Here are some of the confirmations I stuck up in my kitchen to help me to change my beliefs about myself and life. Some of these confirmations were stuck up for over a month. I would read them when I got the impulse to, I would read them twice or three times throughout a day especially during the low times. They helped to pick me up during the low times. The confirmations and songs that I made up helped me greatly to overcome a lot of the issues I had.
I like to use the term “change the script” when I refer to the changes I made with regards to my consciousness. I had many negative habitual responses to life and I was totally unaware of them. When I realised and soon achieved my first goal it was soon revealed to me that I had another part of my personality to work on. Slowly but surely I worked on myself, singing songs in my head, reading confirmations, praying, meditating and physically stopping myself from reacting in a negative way. At first I made so many mistakes, and got very upset with myself many times and then realised that even the habitual response of feeling sorry for myself was actually another goal that I needed to work on!
Before embarking on this journey I really thought I was a happy – go – lucky sort of character but, I actually wasn’t and when extremely low times came, I just said, it was ” just one of those days” or “oh it’s just because I am hungover” or “awh, I am just tired”. Upon deeper analysis I realised that I had deep seated beliefs about certain things, and because of these beliefs, I had over time, created habitual thought patterns and responses that I would play out in order for me to survive certain uncomfortable scenarios. And that is why I say I changed the script because I needed to change the habitual thoughts and actions I programmed myself to use when I found myself in certain situations.
I had some big issues with myself, to do with self hatred. I found Louise L Hay’s book: Heal your Life to be a very helpful book when practicing self love. In fact, it is Louise L Hay who inspired me to create my own songs and write affirmations. I highly recommend her book if you have issues with past childhood traumas. But remember, no matter what other books or people you chose to listen to, always stay reading Christ’s Letters. I always keep Christ’s Letters as the foundation book for anything else I read. I use the knowledge from Christ’s Letters to discern whether another author was helpful or not. If you do get the impetus to follow others, remember Christ’s Letters is your baseline, others will have good viewpoints and some not so good, that is why you take everything you read with a pinch of salt and make up your own opinion about what they are saying. For example Louise L Hay pushes metaphysics, which is good to a degree, but it is only part of what Christ is taking about. So get what you need from other teachers of certain areas but keep on reading, praying, meditating on Christ’s Letters to Divine Life to achieve the ultimate goal of self mastery! It is the only way!