Sarah is a certified Hatha, Vinyasa, & Kundalini yoga teacher. She is an artist who believes in the importance of living a creative life.
The Power of the Mind
Our thoughts are very powerful. What we think influences how we live and act in the world. It's easy to be consumed by negative thoughts about unworthiness and limitation. However, with some dedication and repetition, we can change the way we think and re-program our minds to hold beliefs that serve our highest good. As writer's we are always thinking and putting thought into physical form via text. Begin to notice how positive thinking about yourself influences your writing and success. Choose a few affirmations that really strike something within you, along with a few of your own to practice and repeat each day. Notice and observe the results of your new thoughts!
“After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.”
― Philip Pullman
Positive Thinking for the Successful Writer
- My work is published in prominent places.
- I am honored and respected for my contributions in the writing community.
- I am richly rewarded for my talents and abilities.
- Others love my work and are eager to ready everything I write.
- My writing creates a positive impact on the lives of others.
- My story is important.
- Writing brings me joy, peace, and happiness.
- An infinite amount of ideas and inspiration is always available to me.
- I easily step into the creative flow required for outstanding writing.
- My work reaches a broad audience.
- My writing has a positive influence on all who encounter it.
- My work emits powerful and positive healing frequencies and vibrations.
- I honor and respect myself, my writing, and my personal process.
- I write from the heart with authenticity and honor.
- Love is reflected in every word that I write.
- Others come to me for writing advice, and I happily share my insights.
- My gifts and abilities are recognized and rewarded.
- I am paid generously for my writing.
- My work is being discovered by more and more people every day.
- Writing is fun and I love any challenged that arise in the process.
- The perfect words and phrases come to my fingertips.
- I write in ways that influence humanity in positive ways.
- I am grateful for all of my teachers.
- I am well known and respected in my field.
- I work peacefully and with joy in my heart.
- My writing is infused with positive frequencies.
- My words are original and uplifting.
- I am a creative and multi-dimensional human being.
- I can create entire worlds with my words.
- I am imaginative.
- My work is highly sought after.
- Money flows to me from many sources.
- Works I have written in the past are now being recognized.
- I respect myself as a writer and creative being.
- Every day I am excited to wake up and continue on my writing journey.
- Writing is an adventure.
- I am eager and excited to share my work with others.
- My writing is beautiful, insightful, and helpful.
- I am able to express my ideas easily and clearly.
- My work is inspirational.
- I am proud of my writing and willing to share it others.
- I receive and accept generous amounts of money for my work.
- I am open to making large sums of money from writing.
- I am a successful and accomplished writer.
- I am a published writer.
- My writing is clear and honest.
- Writing is a healing process.
- I learn more about myself every time I write.
- My voice is heard through my unique writing style.
- My audience grows more and more each day.
- I am grateful for what I learn and discover from the writing process.
- I am a passionate writer.
- I use high frequency words.
- I allow myself to be vulnerable in my writing, and am richly rewarded for doing so.
- Others connect deeply to what I have to say.
- I often surprise myself my awe-inspiring creativity.
- I have the courage it takes to be a well-known writer.
- I write about topics that inspire me.
- I allow my inner wisdom to shine forth from my words.
“And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”
― Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath