Positive Affirmations

What is a positive affirmation?

A positive affirmation can help you overcome negative thoughts and reprogram your subconscious. If you tell yourself a positive affirmation every day, they will help create the reality you want, they will support your vision and not only will they help you think differently but they will help you act differently. Self-affirmation can also help to mitigate the effects of stress and anxiety.

How can this help during pregnancy and birth?

Our subconscious stores a huge amount of information about birth and unfortunately a lot of it is negative. This is due to decades of negative birth stories, how birth is portrayed in the media, TV shows and movies. Reading a daily positive affirmation can reprogramme your subconscious, allowing you to re-frame your negative thoughts into positive ones.

How do I start using positive affirmations?

  • Start your day reading a positive affirmation aloud.
  • Create posters and have them hanging around your house.
  • Use affirmation cards.
  • Make bunting with them.
  • View them on your telephone, with your morning tea.
  • Use affirmation cards.

Who should use positive affirmations?

Everyone. Both children and adults can benefit from starting their day with a positive statement. Some days it will help you more than others, but confirming positive thoughts each day will stay in your subconscious and become an amazing resource for when you need it.

What is an example of a positive affirmation?

The Positive Birth Group has a gorgeous range of affirmation cards. For pregnancy people and for mummies. They come in packs of 30, subtle colours and are stored in a linen draw-string bag. A lovely gift for a mum-to-be or a hard working mum who needs a sparkle of positivity.

See the whole range here>>>

And remember…. You ARE ENOUGH.

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