Friday, November 11, 2011

Practice Affirmations: Positive affirmations Featured Artist Renee Baker

Re-posted by  Alpha Bruton, from Renee Baker


Good morning- to each of you that are truly friends I share this tidbit of information..When you ain’t about nothing, nothing bothers you much...When you are about the mission given to you by the
Creator, watch out!!! I thank each of you for your support all the way round..
WE HAVE TO FOCUS FORWARD....
that’s all. Karma, God, the Creator, etc will take care of the nasty ones...you know them well. I also want each of you to not be affected by any negativity from me..
I’M AN OPTIMIST ALWAYS AND WON’T WEIGH MYSELF OR YOU DOWN WITH THE NONSENSE ANYMORE..
We can all get caught up in the swirl and that’s what they want..to be able to separate, confuse, divide and conquer..It’s a big lovely world out there and we each have to claim our piece in it..

This country is full of the bitter ones..let them eat each other
.....I’M MOVING FORWARD/WHATEVER THAT MEANS/I’VE GOT A LIFE THAT IS DESTINED TO CREATE PEACE HARMONY AND LOVE...



About keeping strong...Scripture first,(whatever your Holy book is) then all these hints can be helpful..

Negative self talk and negative energy can affect you in many ways and cause you additional stress. Because of this, developing more positive self talk is an important way to reduce stress in your life. You can help yourself maintain a positive frame of mind—which will help with positive self-talk—by surrounding yourself with positive energy in your life. You can get that by adding the following elements to your life:


Uplifting Music: Listening to music   that not only has a soothing melody, but an uplifting message, can be great   for developing positive self-talk. Have you ever had a song ‘stuck in your   head’ for a few hours or days, the lyrics repeating themselves in your mind?   If those lyrics were positive and inspirational, that would be a good thing.   It’s a much better mental soundtrack to have than a running stream of   complaints, criticisms or self-limiting thoughts, or even songs that had more   depressing or sad lyrics. (When times get tough, I often think of Wilson   Phillips’ classic, “Hold On”, but there are dozens of good ones out   there.)

Inspirational Books: Books on   strength, personal power, enlightenment, or self help can be good resources to   help you change your outlook and the things you say to yourself. Rather than   triggering habitual self-defeating thoughts, you can find yourself thinking of   new can-do concepts when times get tough. (For shifting your paradigm, I love   Gary Zukav’s “The Heart of the Soul”, or Sarah Ban   Breathnach’s classic “Simple Abundance”.)

Positive People: One of the most   important ways you can get (and keep) positive energy in your life is with the   company you keep. Do your friends uplift you, or bring you down? Are they   critical, or complementary? Ideal friendships provide support when you’re   down, fun when you’re up, wisdom when you’re lost, and positive regard. Good   friends can inspire you to reach greater heights, and see your strengths even   when you don’t always. Pay attention to how your friends make you feel, and if   they’re less than supportive, start putting your energy and time toward people   who are better suited to be your friend. (For more on social support and   friendships, see the Relationship Section.)

Practice Affirmations: Positive   affirmations can subtly but pervasively change your self talk from negative to   positive. See this article for some creative ways to begin working positive affirmations into your life.

LOVE Y’ALL- Renee’