If waking up is a challenging part of your day, it might be time for a little morning motivation with a mantra.
Prepare to start your days with more self-care and less self-loathing.
Before you choose a mantra, you need to know how best to use them. Try to incorporate them in your day-to-day life, such as when you’re getting ready in the morning or during your work commute.
Once a mantra becomes ingrained in your mind, it will naturally be the first thing you think of when you wake up in the morning and mentally prepare you for the rest of your day.
Here are a few other tips from The Ladders, for how, when, and where to use your mantras.
Practice In Front Of A Mirror: Make it a ritual practice of looking into the mirror morning while getting ready for work and repeating your chosen mantra.
Schedule It: Create a calendar reminder to daily recite your mantras. Change the title on your alarm from “Wake up!” to “Mantra, mantra, mantra.”
Location: Location, location. Put your mantra on a post-it note and place it somewhere you can see it every day, like your desk, bathroom mirror, or altar.
Accessorize: Iron Pyrite is the ideal crystal for manifesting what you want to come into your life! Sit it next to or on top of your written mantra statement.
Keep it simple: Your mantra doesn’t have to be a long or complicated statement. It can be a one-word reminder of what you are trying to call into your life. Simple statements like “I am motivated,” “I am amazing,” or “I am happy” are fine.
Motivational mantras will help give you the confidence to tackle anything that comes your way. Try something that can actually fit on one post-it or that you can memorize easily.
1. “I am a reflection of the world around me.”
2. “You do one thing like you do everything.”
3. “I AM worthy and deserving of all the universe has to offer.”
4. “I AM motivated to become the best version of myself.”
5. “I AM becoming.”
Self-love is one of the first steps to self-care and living a happy life. After waking up and stretching your arms out, bring those arms back in and hug yourself while saying your mantra.
1. “I am a clear and present channel of divine light and love.”
2. “I love myself the same way I love others.”
3. “I AM love.”
4. “I call in the love I deserve.”
5. “I am worthy and deserving of giving and receiving love.”
Be sure to use your mantra daily for maximum energetic output and chi.
Use these tips to help you take a few deep breaths during your morning routine. It can seem daunting, but with a little practice, you’ll be mantra-ing all day every day.
Categories: Mind, Body, Soul