The Power of Positive Affirmation: Positively Amazing!

 

What a fantastic way to live, bringing forth one’s own positive energy to create a sense of empowerment. Now I know that life isn’t always a bowl of Hershey Kisses, but each and every single one of us has the ability to manifest great things in our lives.

On a television show that I’ve recently viewed, the host was conveying a very inspiring message. It was right after I finished writing “Hearing Angels”, an article about angelic communication. I was already feeling a great deal of positive energy when I started watching what was on t.v., but for some reason the show really pulled me in. The entire thirty minutes of its air time was one continuous uplifting message. I was in such awe because of the timing. It was like a message of affirmation…. a positive reinforcement of what I had just finished writing prior to the show.

It helped me to better understand that we all have this remarkable sense of power within us. A strength that resides deep within our well-being that yearns to surface so that each of us can manifest our dreams, birthing them into reality.

All we have to do is be positive. I know sometimes that’s not easy to do. Trust me, I’ve had my share of hardships too, but whether or not to let that weigh me down was my choice. And I chose not to let it weigh me down. Instead, I allowed those difficult times to show me how to better myself, not just for me, but for those around me as well.

Energy is all around us, good and bad. Stay strong and stand for what you believe in. Focus on all that is good and positive things will happen. Have faith and know that the power of positive affirmation does exist.

Light will always prevail!

 

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6 thoughts on “The Power of Positive Affirmation: Positively Amazing!

  1. I completely agree with you. I believe if we cultivate positivity, good things will happen. On the other hand, I think to maintain that level of positive feeling, you have to avoid those that want to draw that energy out, keep you down, for fear you might leave them in their own stagnating puddle of self-loathing. (Wow – I read that line and it seems kind of harsh – but I hope you understand what I am trying to say – there are many people that want to keep everyone around them, right where they are, immobile, not heading somewhere.)

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