Tag Archives: affirmations
It’s taken some effort but I’m getting better at floating. Floating is a form of suspension, a vacation from stimuli, a conservation of energy. Avicenna was an Islamic Golden Age philosopher. He invented the “floating man experiment”—asking one to imagine … Continue reading
So why have I put swinging on my list of affirmations? Let me explain. A swing is static until, by disrupting its equilibrium, you get it to move. Since motion obliterates inertia, knowing how to swing means knowing how to … Continue reading
They say positive thinking is powerful! . .
I burn sage, listen to music, bathe in the sea, avoid energy vampires and try to smile as often as possible. Even though I still don’t glow in the dark, my aura is growing! Related: Affirmations + Affirmation or wishful thinking? … Continue reading
The other day I began jotting down some affirmations. The list kept getting longer and longer causing me to have some doubts—what’s the difference between affirmation and wishful thinking? And then I tranquillized myself. Every affirmation I made was true. … Continue reading