positive affirmations at ThinkUp app

What are the most popular positive affirmations?

After three years of reading so many positive affirmations and getting thousands of emails about people’s challenges and successes, I would like to share the positive affirmations people love the most.

For all the people who are not familiar with ThinkUp: it is an app that helps you make your self-talk positive. In addition, with ThinkUp, you choose the mindset you would like to adopt, record positive affirmations in your own voice, and choose your favorite music to go along with them.

 

How does it work?

 

First, choose your affirmations and then record them. Once you’ve recorded your affirmation, we recommend listening to it at least once a day for one month. For better and longer-lasting results, listen to it when going to sleep, that is when your brain is generating Alpha brain waves. The Most important part is the repetition. Through repetition, you can rewire your brain and make your thinking patterns more positive.

 

A list  of the most popular positive affirmations on ThinkUp:

 

1.“I am grateful for the good things in my life.”   Chosen 20403 times

2.“I believe in myself.I have the ability to succeed.”    Chosen 20386 times

3.“The more I focus my mind on the good, the more good comes into my life.”  18083 times

4.“I love myself, respect myself, and accept myself exactly as I am.”   15828 times

5.“I accept myself and know that I am worthy of great things in life.”     15201 times

6.“I deserve to be happy and loved.”  13831 times

7.“I can accomplish anything I set my mind to.”          12264 times

8.“I am releasing all the negative emotions from my system.”    9294 times

9.“I am willing to step out of my comfort zone.”    9179 times

10.“I am letting go of all my worries and fears.”   8988 times 

 

What should you do when you listen to yourself and the positive affirmations make you angry as if it is not true?

 

If a certain affirmation is provoking an angry or negative reaction, you can revise it and make it softer. For example, if your affirmation is “I love myself” and you don’t believe it when you hear it, try “every day I love my self a bit more.” Your mind will look for evidence that you love yourself more than yesterday.

 

Do you use positive affirmations? What is your favorite affirmation?

 

 

popular affirmation at ThinkUp app

 

Feel free to choose an affirmation from the ThinkUp app or create your own. Listen to it along with your favorite music for at least one month and let us know what has happened in your life.  

 

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