Last night I started a new routine, just before falling asleep I am mentally stating my affirmations. Since I tend to fall asleep rather quickly, I did end up falling asleep while doing it, however, I noticed that when I woke up slightly to turn or readjust my body, my mind was still going through them.
Yesterday I happened upon a blog that gave me the idea to do this. Much like this particular blogger, I happen to believe there are no coincidences and everything happens for a reason. So when I read this blog I knew right away that it was for me. A few days ago I started the, You Can Do It video on YouTube by Louise Hay which is a book of affirmations to manifest life in a positive way. So you see, when I came upon Joe’s blog Let Me Sleep On It, it really spoke to me.
Therefore, last night I crawled into bed, shut the lights off, rolled over and began mentally stating my affirmations. I wont get into all of them here but one of the really important ones is “I can resist sugar and unhealthy food because I choose to do so”. I have been trying to quit sugar since the day after Christmas and as you can see I have yet to find success. Today is day three of my venture to succeed, this time around. I have taken the time to devise a strategy which I learned from Tony Robbins (he’s rocks by the way), and I am well on my way. Now with this new added bonus I know I will do it this time.
This is not my first rodeo, I know that the first week of detox is the most difficult. This is why I believe I was directed to Joe’s post, yesterday. It’s just one more reinforcement to bring about the success I so truly deserve. So, I am off to conquer the day and make my dreams come true. I am heading out the door to get my morning workout in, then it’s off to work to enjoy the peace and tranquility of my office.
I am excited to report how today goes. Since today is my birthday and another person’s birthday in the office, I am sure I will be seeing some sugary treats lingering. I am going to know right away how this is working by how my body reacts to the exposure physiologically.