Neuroplasticity happens when connections are made across the neural network in our brain. Essentially, our brain creates super-highways that it travels quickly in response to outside stimuli. Thought patterns that are repeated often create massive highways that the thought travels on. The more the thought occurs, the more it will occur.
One of the most effective ways to reprogram the mind, to reformat the consciousness, is through using affirmative statements. I share with you examples that you may find helpful should you wish to use them to assist in reformatting the thinking mind.
I take inventory of my life. I take the time to note the challenges I have surmounted, the strengths I have developed and the lessons I have learned.
I offer myself approval.
I move away from the idea of separation and acknowledge that I am in relationship with all that is.
I am on the ride toward true family and a meaningful life.
I allow space for my creativity to flow freely.
I do not need to search for my life path, its activation is a natural one, it has always been with me.
I love, honor and respect myself.
Shame is just an emotion, not a truth.
I am powerful enough to break old cycles of habitual patterning.
The blessings of change are whispering, asking me to level up to something magnificent. I get curious about an improved version of myself.
I release all that no longer serves me so a better version of me can emerge.
I let go of the past and dream of a new reality.
I create anew, and begin again.
I nurture the things I care about so they flourish and grow.
I cherish all that is me, my body, my mind, my spirit, my creations, my relationships, knowing they will bring me peace and fulfillment.
I break away from daily routines in order to stimulate the senses.
I know that what is happening around me is divinely inspired. I share my experiences with others.
I dedicate time, effort and energy to understand myself and the world.
I embrace my holy experiences.
This is a time of victory and peace. I relax and enjoy. Conflicts are resolved. I have withstood the challenge.