Making New Year’s Resolutions is a great way to start off the New Year but one thing that you should do along with making New Year’s Resolutions is also to make new and positive affirmations for the New Year. Affirmations can help with breaking the cycle of negative thoughts and you can replace it with concepts that can empower you in a lot of ways.
Saying new affirmations can be a great way to help with changing the pattern for the New Year and it can even help with changing behavior. If you start off with thinking that you can’t do your New Year’s resolution then, you are perhaps right. What you need to do is know that you can do your New Year’s resolution and think positive about it. Negative thinking about your resolution won’t break the cycle that you are on and the main way to overcome the cycle is with thinking positive.
When you say positive affirmations this means that you won’t be leaving room for any possible fear, doubt or even ambiguity. However, thinking negative about your situation will cause the door to stay open for all of those things to come in once again.
Once it comes time to write some new affirmations for the New Year remember that it helps to make them short and to keep them precise and clear. Picture the things that you only desire and want to have. When you’re picturing it tune out any negative thinking or thoughts about it because the moment just one negative thought slips in, that is when it cancels out your positive thinking and you’ll need to start it over again.
Here are some positive affirmations that might help you with your New Year’s goals:
I am fine and my New Year is fine.
I am healthy now and will continue to be throughout the year.
I am blessed now and will continue to be throughout the year.
Wonderful things are unfolding now and they will continue to unfold throughout the year.
Don’t forget as you are saying the affirmations along with your resolution to picture it happening and to stay confident that it will happen.
Just remember, anything is possible but first you must believe and have confidence in it.