In 2006, Rhonda Byrne created and executive produced a documentary film called The Secret. The best-selling book was published later that year. In it, she encouraged the use of visualizations and affirmations to let the universe know what we need and want. I am of the opinion that it couldn’t hurt. In any case, between the book and the film, a movement was started and lives were changed.
An Affirmation for Wellness
Since we’re still fighting the coronavirus, I decided to look for a powerful affirmation to help me focus on staying healthy. In my search for just the right one, I found this by Rhonda Byrne. She recommends it for times when you need extra help to stay positive. She suggests reciting it twice daily. In fact, she says it’s most effective if you say it silently to yourself. I tried it and I think she’s right.
Give it a shot and see what you think.
Good health and success are within reach.
Dancers and athletes have been using affirmations and visualization techniques for years.
Athletes and performers use affirmations to develop mental strength. As you say them, it’s important to use the present tense, as if you already have what you’re looking for. When you use it, positive self-talk will help you get the best outcome.
In addition, research has shown that quietly visualizing your performance on the stage or the ballfield has the same effect as actually doing it.
The Law of Attraction plays a big part in The Secret.
If elite performers and athletes believe in the powerful Law of Attraction, (which says, “what you think about, you bring about”), then why not give it a try?
Pick up a copy of The Secret and spend some time with it. There’s also The Secret to Health and The Secret to Health Masterclass, both in book and audio form. They feature testimonials from people who used The Secret and believe it improved their health.
Please check out the Dance Safari post, “5 Affirmations for When You Need Encouragement” for some wonderful declarations from Louise Hay, author of Heal Your Body. When it comes to healing, Louise knows what she’s talking about.