3 Magical Mantras to Boost Your Self-Esteem and Confidence
Most doubts and insecurities we experience in life are superficial, a layer of fear that masks a deeper, innate sense of self-trust, dignity and self-worth. But when you quiet the false voices of negativity that cloud your thoughts, your true voice will be heard…the inner voice that says “I’m good enough!”
However, it does take a bit of work and time to train you mind to ignore your “fear-loving Ego-Mind,” and turn up the volume of your “Higher Mind.” We must weed the garden in our subconscious mind, and plant the seeds of loving and supportive thoughts and beliefs.
The following Magical Mantras will help you get to know who you really are and to accept, embrace, and celebrate all the things that make you the unique, wonderful person you are. It will transform your negative thought fixation and help you find the self-confidence that’s always been within you, waiting to be unleashed. With this new self-confidence you will feel your authentic power emerge and live the life that you were meant to live.
By using theses Magical Mantras throughout the day you will:
- Squelch insecurity.
- Discover your positive attributes.
- Shine like the star you are.
So, now, if you’re ready, here are your three Mantras to boost your self-esteem and unleash your hidden reserves of energy and vitality into your life. With your hands on your heart, repeat these three Mantras throughout the day and feel their vibrational energy absorbing into your soul:
- I embrace my happy feelings and enjoy being content as I love and appreciate myself.
- I deserve to be happy and feel good every day about all areas in my life.
- I feel secure in who I am, and do not need to compare myself to others.
You can permanently rewire you subconscious mind to accept these affirmations by listening to them in a deep meditative state with guided meditation.
10 Powerful Self-Love Mantras & Positive Affirmations
Who do you spend the most time with? Your spouse or best friend? Your children or your co-workers? Technically neither, you spend the most time with yourself, which is why the tone and content of your internal dialogue are incredibly important to how you feel about yourself.
For instance, if you do poorly on an exam or a performance review, there are different ways you can talk to yourself about the situation. One reaction would be to say to yourself, “I am such an idiot. I am not smart enough to succeed.” Another way to respond is to say to yourself, “I am smart. I will figure out how to overcome this setback and do better next time.”
The first is an example of negative self-talk, which has been proven to negatively impact the end-result of the task you failed at that holds some significance in your life. Conversely, the person in the second example is more likely to do better next time, because they didn’t let it define how they view their true self. They were able to separate the obstacle from their own self-worth.
Another time this is prevalent is after a break-up or falling out with a friend. After being rejected by a loved one, it can be all too easy to forget that just because one person doesn’t feel you are a match for them, it doesn’t lessen your self-worth. In both of these instances, self-love mantras can be used to replace negative thoughts and rebuild your self-confidence.