What’s Your Mantra?

Everything is Working Out for Me

Some days I need a mantra. Those are the challenging days. The days where I wonder what end is up or how it will all get done.

I posted this mantra on a card on my desk after listening to Abraham-Hicks. Whether you agree with affirmations or mantras or positive thoughts, all I know for sure is that turning my head around so I can see solutions is key in any situation.

If I’m totally wrong and my mantra isn’t true, then I’m extra happy and hopeful for no reason. Talk about a win-win.

What do you tell yourself to turn your head around?

1 Comment

  1. Jennifer Kennedy on August 6, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    Recently, I’ve been thinking about using mantras for the very reasons you say.

    What really gets me in a good mood and spirit is collecting positive quotes. I have a box of quotes on my desk and every so often I will go through them and pick out one that fits my mood.

    I’ve also created a Book of Inspiration — where I collect positive feedback from my blog readers, clients, and whoever! So, when I’m feeling down, I can read through the positive comments that I’ve received in the past. It lifts my spirits and lets me know that what I’m doing is having an impact!

    Thanks for your inspiration!

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