“The inner speech, your thoughts, can cause you to be rich or poor, loved or unloved, happy or unhappy, attractive or unattractive, powerful or weak.” — Ralph Charell

The way in which you speak to yourself about yourself, your life, and the events around you will share the way you see them and how you will respond.  The things you say over and over again to yourself in your head, things like “I’m tired”, “I’m too busy”, or “I don’t have enough money for that” – become affirmations which your subconscious mind accepts as real.  Noticing and changing your  habitual self-talk is one of the most powerful spiritual practices you can do in your life.

Start speaking to yourself about the good, positive and beautiful things that are going on.  Speak to yourself in the same loving and supportive way you would to a friend.  This way you are speaking those things you want to experience into your subconscious mind, which than shapes into your reality.

Reflection:  What is the nature of your habitual self-talk?  What do you talk to yourself about?  How do you talk to yourself?

Affirmation:  I speak loving, positive, and spiritually grounded words to myself about myself and my life.