My past is not a reflection of my future. I have learned and grown as a result of my life experiences. The decisions that I will make will be informed by the results of the decisions I have made. As my needs have changed, so have my motivations and goals.
This Affirmation Helps Me to Simplify
My past is not a reflection of my future. I have a better understanding of what I need and what I want. My ability to do more with less continues to grow. To simplify means that the things I needed yesterday are not the same things that I will need tomorrow.
This Affirmation Helps Me to Create
My past is not a reflection of my future. My skills have improved and my interests have changed. I continue to try new things, to experiment, to make mistakes, and to learn. To create means that I am always making something new, and not just repeating what I’ve done before.
This Affirmation Helps Me to Thrive
My past is not a reflection of my future. I understand what is needed for survival, what is in my best interests, and what brings me joy. I can make better decisions about how I use my time and resources. To thrive means that I am always moving forward and finding new things to be joyful about.
My Past is Not a Reflection of My Future
There is a body of peer-reviewed work in the field of social psychology that indicates self-affirmation can reduce a person’s stress response. It doesn’t affect short-term mood or long-term self-esteem, but it does create a buffer against everyday stressors. It won’t magically make your dreams come true. You cannot change the world around you with your thoughts. Affirmations can help you to reframe your thinking and help you to focus your actions. The greatest effects come when affirmations reinforce your values and priorities.
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