05-26-23 Ultrapowering Self-Talk – Fusing Affirmations with Deep Relaxation and Guided Imagery
I was a sweet little guy when I was a kid, but I think I was a bit of a nerd. I wasn’t athletic, but I got all A’s in my academic courses. One of my favorite pastimes was reading Bartlett’s familiar quotations (yeah, a real nerd) and memorizing the ones I liked. One day I found a quote and wanted to, but I couldn’t memorize it. So, I practiced it daily, reading from a slip of paper in my pocket.
When I finally succeeded in memorizing it, my life changed forever. I went from Chump to Champ.
The quote was:
“Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, though checkered by failure than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much because they live in that gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.” –Theodore Roosevelt
There may be quotes or aphorisms that have changed your life. In effect, these are Affirmations.
Self-affirmations’ power lies in their ability to change your thoughts and feelings about yourself. They can help you focus on your strengths, overcome your fears, and achieve your goals. Examples of affirmations are “I am calm and confident in every situation” or “I am strong and capable, and I will achieve my goals.”
In this presentation, you will learn how to use the tools of deep relaxation, self-hypnosis, and guided imagery to magnify the power of the Affirmations you want to become true or stay true for you. And you will learn why they are so powerful.
“My 50 years of experience as a physician studying the holistic approach to medicine and healing, have convinced me that our medical system is not focused on healing our bodies, minds, emotions, and behaviors. Instead, its primary focus is to charge the highest possible prices for delivering symptomatic relief. (Note: I am speaking of the system, not the doctors). Its goal is to treat the symptoms of our illnesses, not the source of our illnesses.” ― Emmett Miller, MD
Find Dr. Miller here: www.drmiller.com