I like to believe I have the highest form of self esteem but every woman has days when she doesn’t feel her best – you could’ve had a bad night’s sleep or your aunt flow could be visiting or a stranger could’ve said something not-so-pleasant and pissed you off. To go even deeper, you may have been bullied growing up or experienced your first break-up (friend or significant other) and may be looking for a boost in the way you feel. I started writing mantras on sticky notes and hanging them next to my mirror when I experienced a year of hardships.
A mantra is a positive statement or slogan that is repeated frequently. The more positive statements you hear and say out loud, the better your energy and thoughts become. After my year of hardships, I felt so low and unwanted but then I read an article about your thoughts and the things you say to yourself everyday and how that affects your everyday mood and healing process.
Here are the 5 Mantras I say every morning while doing my hair and makeup:
“I am Enough”
“I am open and receptive to all good”
“I trust that I, and only I, know what’s best for me”
“I am doing the best I can with what I have everyday”
” I am a beautiful work in progress”
Saying these has brought my positive energy back and I hope they can help you out when you’re not feeling so hot.