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Today I want to share with you some questions and affirmations to use both in journalling and when focusing on creating positive and powerful change within
How can I practice Ahimsa in my thoughts, words and actions?
In what ways can I practice Ahimsa with my physical body?
Is it possible for me to practice forgiveness towards myself or someone who has hurt me in the past?
How can I be more peaceful both with-in and with-out?
Affirmations and Mantras are not one and the same and have wildly different origins and applications. I read recently that an affirmation is motivational whereas a Mantra is sacred. Affirmations are rather specific to assist in over-coming negative thoughts, feelings or emotions. Mantras on the other hand, are deeply rooted in the Yogic Philosophy. They are words, sounds or invocations that are repeated or chanted during Meditation. Then we have intentions, which are different again. An intention is a commitment to inspired action, and this is best explained by Candice Nikeia on her IGTV, and is linked to in the show notes of this episode. What I am going to share with your today are affirmations that you can take forward with you into your day:
As I become peaceful within myself, so to does the world around me
I am peace, peace is within me
I breathe in peace, I breathe out stress
I feel so peaceful in my heart and soul today
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