I Think I Can, I Think I Can! What Ever You Need To Tell Yourself To Get That Mantra Working
We all talk to ourselves every now and then, right? Okay, some may prefer thinking out loud. Well, what ever it’s called when we use a word, phrase or sound others will say that’s a mantra.
Chanting mantras help focus your attention. – Amarjit Singh
” Aum”The “Om” is the sacred sound of Hinduism and is said to mean, variously: It Is, Will Be or To Become. – Mindvalley Academy
It’s not all negative self talk. Some times we need a little pep talk, some reassurance that we are capable that we’re gonna get the job done.
Chanting mantras is an effective way to release emotion. – Amarjit Singh
“I change my thoughts, I change my world.” – Norman Vincent Peale
Hey, sometimes we know what we have to do to get our work done and sometimes we just done feel like it. This is when our discipline shows up when we tell ourselves things like (If I do it then, it will be done) or better yet . . . (I THINK I CAN, I THINK I CAN!)
Mantras align your vibration to create awareness. – Amarjit Singh
“I am that I am” From the Hebrew Torah’s most famous lines, and it was God’s answer to Moses when Moses asked for his name.
My work is my name/brand. Our reputation perceives us. I like to tell myself that I AM an executor of tasks. Anybody who’s an executor of tasks will surely get the job done. At least that’s how I see it.
Mantras adjust your vibration, aligning your awareness with aspects of the self and the infinite. – Amarjit Singh
“I love you; I’m sorry; please forgive me; thank you”Ho’oponopono (Hawaiian) Mantra. – Mindvalley Academy
Sometimes words mean a lot even the words we tell ourselves. Sometimes it matters to us what others say to our face and or behind our back, but it matters more what we tell ourselves. Why? Because, we can only control our self. Yeah, we can read it online, hear it over a phone or feel it in person; but is it true, does it even have something to do with us, if so can something be done about it. If not don’t worry about it and if so, we’ll work on it if and when we feel like it. Let’s stay in control of our self.
If you want to overcome your karma, change your vibration. – Amarjit Singh
“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” – Gandhi
We all know what we should be doing, but if you don’t; meditate on it. Your answers will come. Trust yourself, when me meditate we will know what to do.
If you would like to read more of Amarjit Singh article on How Mantras Work then here’s the link
Social Experiment: Pick a mantra for yourself use it for a week. Use your mantra at least 3 times a day. Example 8am I Can Do This! 11am I Can Do This! 2pm I Can Do This! Make these alarms on you phone to help you remember. See how you feel about it. Write down your answers. At the end of the week, read your feelings out loud . Then decide if you will keep your mantra. Will you change your mantra? Will you keep using a mantra?
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