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Focus on the Positives

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Alister Gray
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All too often in life we get caught in the trap of self-sabotage. We belittle ourselves and forget to recognize our strengths. When we focus is on negative parts of our self, our energy levels drop. In this exercise, you will become aware of any patterns of negative self-talk you have, whilst creating new belief systems and positive patterns. As you start to re-focus on positive elements of yourself and life, you will become more confident in your ability to reach your goals.

Instructions

This exercise is a short meditation. All that is required, is a quiet space. Find a place where you can sit upright, back straight and shoulders relaxed. Make sure that you are comfortable and If possible listen to the audio with your headphones in.

Focus on the Positives
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