Every time you use I am statements you make an affirmation reinforcing what you believe about yourself.
The meaning of the words you use in your affirmations is determined by the context of your life.
In Beyond the Words: Reflections on I Am Affirmations, modern-day mystic Peter Mulraney explores what the affirmations he shares in I Am Affirmations: the Power of Words mean to him.
This collection of easy-to-read reflections will expand your awareness of what your affirmations mean and encourage you to contemplate the meaning of the words you use in your I am statements.
Every time you say or think ‘I am…..’ you define or reinforce a belief about yourself.
Most of the time, you do this unconsciously, and mindlessly repeat a lot of negative or limiting beliefs about yourself. Often, they’re the beliefs other people expressed about you as you were growing up.
If you take the time to examine the things you say about yourself, you’ll discover most of them are not true. They’re opinions, and dated opinions at that.
In this collection of 81 I am affirmations, Peter Mulraney, author of My Life is My Responsibility: Insights for Conscious Living, introduces you to a practice for using the power of words to reprogram or reinforce your beliefs about yourself.
Stop repeating things mindlessly. With a copy of I am Affirmations: The Power of Words, you can start using the power of words with purpose and, with a little practice, create your own affirmations about who you want to be.
Detective Sergeant Stella Bruno investigates the murder of ‘nice guy’ Bob Cunningham, and discovers he wasn’t who he claimed to be.
To solve this one, Stella not only has to work out who the victim was, she also needs to find out why he was pretending to be someone else.
And, there’s the distraction of Shaun Porter, the new man from Public Prosecutions, who walks into her life.
If you enjoy a good murder mystery with a little intrigue, you’ll love The Identity Thief, the first book in Peter Mulraney’s Stella Bruno Investigates series of quick reads.
Conscious living involves being aware of what’s going on in your life and, more importantly, what’s going on in your mind.
How you experience life depends on what you choose to believe.
If you never take the time to examine your beliefs, or to question your assumptions, you end up living unconsciously.
When you live unconsciously, you live your life according to somebody else’s beliefs. You end up trying to meet somebody else’s expectations and not your own.
The insights in this book flow from a sense of being aware that you can change the world, but not in the way most of us think about doing that.
Real change happens when you accept that there is only one thing that can be changed: how you choose to see things.