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The Power of I AM – Plus 130 Powerful Affirmations!

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14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C  3rd January 2022

14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C  3rd January 2022

The right quote at the right time can transform your life. Not all quotes are powerful. But every once in a while, you come across a quote that stands out from the rest. These powerful quotes inspire you to take a step back and to reflect your life.

Some of them are so incredibly mind-bending that they make you question everything. Other quotes will challenge you to live to your full potential and to make the most of your life. They all have in common that they make you think deeply about various aspects of life.

By reading thought-provoking quotes, you can gradually change your entire worldview. There are some quotes that encourage you to look at things from an entirely different perspective, not previously considered. Other quotes will motivate you to get rid of the things in your life the drag you down.

The following quotes can be quite thought-provoking, so reflect on the meaning of those quotes that you find interesting.

If you do carefully think about these statements, you’ll see that they can help you to shed off false beliefs so that you can see the bigger picture.

Don’t shy away from thinking about challenging your existing belief system. Instead, see if you can replace false assumptions with knowledge that is more truthful.

Here are this weeks 14 motivational uplifting quotes.



14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C  6th December 2021


Within you is the light of a thousand suns.

~ Robert Adams


“Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it’s holy ground. There’s no greater investment.”

~ Stephen Covey 


Dive into your heart centre. Sit in the silence. Desire self-realization with all your heart, with all your mind, and all your soul. Everything will take care of itself.

~ Robert Adams


“You’re not alone, I’m just taking you to the next level and some people can’t go with you.”

~ The Universe


“In ignorance, I am something; In understanding, I am nothing; In love, I am everything.”

~ Rupert Spira


The greatest discovery in life is to discover that our essential nature does not share the limits nor the destiny of the body and mind.

~ Rupert Spira


“The self that seeks happiness is like a wave that seeks water.”

~ Rupert Spira


“Like water in a wave, I, awareness, am the knowing in the known.”

~ Rupert Spira



“Every situation, properly perceived, becomes an opportunity to heal.”

~ A Course in Miracles



“Deep within you is everything that is perfect, ready to radiate through you and out into the world.”

~ A Course in Miracles


Yes, your transformation will be hard.

Yes, you will feel frightened, messed up and knocked down.

Yes, you’ll want to stop.

Yes, it’s the best work you’ll ever do.

~ Robin Sharma


“When you forgive you heal, when you let go you grow.”

~ Adam Lawrence


“While love cannot be controlled, it can always be unleashed in all of its magnificent glory by those who give and recieve it.”

~ Matt Khan


“Remain still, with the conviction that the Self shines as everything yet nothing, within, without, and everywhere.”

~ Ramana Maharshi ~

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100 Heart Chakra Affirmations!

100 Heart Chakra Affirmations!

Today we will be sharing with you 100 heart chakra healing affirmations.

Heart Chakra healing affirmations are positive statements that can be used to bring balance to your Anahata.

The Anahata, or heart chakra as it is more commonly known as, is the fourth of our energy centres.

The heart chakra is associated with love, compassion and spiritual aspiration. Anahata is the air Chakra and is crucial for our ability to open our heart to loving ourselves and one another.

You can use affirmations to exercise your heart chakra energy and maintain the perfect balance through building mental thought patterns around the key principles of the heart chakra.

By the way, there are seven chakras in total, and balancing your heart chakra energy is just one of the series.

Once you have recited the list of affirmations below, I encourage you to check out my wider series of Chakras.



What colour is associated with the heart chakra?

The heart chakra is associated with the colour green, but it’s also associated with the colour pink

Green is a very soothing and calming energy which promotes feelings of harmony and security as its associated with nature.


Pink is a colour of sweetness, romance and a loving sensitivity. All of these energies are what produces true unconditional love for another, in spite of any flaws or imperfections.

As such, when the heart chakra is open, or in the process of opening, the capacity for unconditional love and acceptance is strong, and being able to experience this feeling naturally raises your vibration.


Symptoms of an unbalanced heart chakra

The heart chakra can go inactive due to both physical and emotional hurtful situations and a change in environment.

It manifests into blocking of energy flow or overflow of energy, either of them being considered problematic cases.
Below are the symptoms to recognise the imbalance in heart chakra:

  • Jealousy
  • Fear of intimacy
  • Trying to please; co-dependency.
  • Feeling of closed down
  • Feeling of either victimization or rescuer.
  • Overly defensive.
  • Extreme isolation; anti-social.
  • Yearning for approval from others.
  • Not being able to forgive and holding onto grudges even for the slightest of things.
  • Respiratory ailments including lung infections, breathing issues, and bronchitis.
  • Circulatory and heart-related problems.

You experience ‘heart chakra pain,’ if your Anahata chakra is blocked.


Where is heart chakra?

The heart chakra is located in the centre of your chest. It is the fourth chakra, but the first of the higher chakras.

The lower chakras include the solar plexus being the third, the sacral chakra being the second and the root chakra being the first and the base.

Once you master the lower three chakras, you will have a solid foundation to begin working on the higher chakras.

When the heart chakra is out of balance, you may lack the ability to be open and receptive to others. You may not be able to forgive easily and/or lack compassion as well as hold onto grudges.


When does the heart chakra close?

Many times, someone who has been deeply wounded or heartbroken will have a closed heart chakra, which is a normal response to this type of pain.

Although, the only way to truly heal the heart chakra, is to open your heart to love again.


The good news for those who have experienced heartbreak, is that if you’re nervous to open your heart to love again with another person, you can simply start by loving yourself, which the heart chakra is also associated with.

The ability to love another starts with the ability to love the self. When you love yourself, you know what your needs are, you respect your own boundaries and you essentially properly nurture and ‘parent’ yourself.


Why is it important to open up the heart chakra?

As you can see, the symptoms of the heart chakra blockage can severely impact your normal functioning.

It can destroy your happiness and peace of mind. Your self-respect and confidence will disappear. Your relationships suffer immensely and often result in breakups.

If you allow this state of affairs to continue for long, you would slip into depression. This causes more negative thoughts and feelings, leading to the blockage getting worse.

Once you are trapped in this vicious cycle of depression and chakra imbalance, it would be a monumental task to get out of it.

The ideal way to deal with a heart chakra imbalance would be to identify and tackle it as early as possible.

Top tip:

Below is an excellent introduction to the heart chakra:



Affirmations for opening up the heart chakra

Affirmations are positive statements that you repeat to boost your confidence and self-love.

As the heart chakra is linked to emotions and feelings, affirmations related to love, compassion, and healing can help.


How do affirmations help?

Repeating affirmations can bring in more positive emotions and feelings over time.

As more positivity flows in the heart chakra, the negative energy that is blocking it gets annulled or forced out. Ultimately, this will help in opening up the chakra and regain its balance.


How to use affirmations to unblock the heart chakra?

Affirmations offer the best results when repeated with focus and a calm mind. This means early in the morning and just before bedtime are the perfect times for repeating them.

Take care to set aside enough time for the exercise so that you will be undisturbed.

You may repeat them aloud, or in your mind, write them down in a journal, listen or watch a pre-recorded track. You may also make them part of a vision board.


100 Heart Chakra Affirmations!

The heart chakra is all about emotion and feelings. So, the affirmations are all related to matters of the heart such as love, kindness, compassion, hope, and gratitude.

Here are 100 heart chakra affirmations for you to choose from.

  • I am love.
  • I deserve love.
  • I love others without restraints.
  • I love myself unconditionally.
  • I have access to endless and everlasting love.
  • I live a well-balanced life.
  • I freely forgive others and myself.
  • Love is the guiding force in my life.
  • I offer love and accept love unreservedly and effortlessly.
  • My life is filled with gratitude and grace.
  • I embrace people, things, and situations as they are.
  • I am calm and peaceful.
  • I choose to connect with my fellow beings of this Universe through love and respect.
  • I direct love towards myself.
  • My heart radiates love and compassion.
  • I live in harmony with my fellow beings.
  • I willingly let go of all anger and resentment.
  • I forgive my mistakes. I learn from them.
  • There is an abundance of love in the Universe.
  • My heart is pure and open to love.
  • I choose to give and receive love every day.
  • I am naturally linked to everything else in this Universe.
  • My heart is free of past aches and damages.
  • It is all right for me to love and be loved.
  • I am immensely grateful for all the blessings.
  • My heart is brimming with joy and gratitude.
  • I absolutely love, accept, and believe in myself,
  • My heart is full of love.
  • I am fully open and free to love.
  • I forgive myself wholeheartedly for the past mistakes.
  • I forgive those who treated me badly.
  • My heart is filled with the green light of unvarnished love.
  • I release all my bitterness and grudges.
  • I free myself from the feelings of resentment and hate.
  • I am positive and confident.
  • I am free and independent.
  • I am in full control of my emotions.
  • I do not allow others to mistreat and hurt me.
  • I am the eternal source of love and light.
  • I don’t support or engage in hurtful and toxic behaviors.
  • I am trustworthy and reliable.
  • I am worthy of infinite and unconditional love.
  • I open my heart to love and compassion from the Universe.
  • I treat others with respect and kindness.
  • I feel compassion and empathy for my fellow beings.
  • I live in the present moment.
  • I love and am loved.
  • I am loving and lovable.
  • I radiate positivity and pure love.
  • I choose to be kind to myself.
  • My heart is aligned with the most powerful energy vibration of love.
  • I completely embrace who I am and allow myself to grow.
  • I choose to connect and not to detach.
  • I choose to be kind and compassionate and not to judge and hate.
  • I deserve praise, adoration, and love.
  • I always deserve love.
  • I radiate and attract positive energy.
  • I am the symbol and harbinger of love and compassion.
  • I live a life filled with love.
  • I love everything about me unconditionally.
  • I embrace my goodness and faults without reservations.
  • My heart is powered by the unbounded positive energy of love and compassion.
  • I accept my faults and flaws with grace.
  • I gracefully allow myself to be imperfect and incomplete.
  • I am grateful. I am peaceful.
  • I love myself a bit more every day.
  • I choose to love myself as much as I love others.
  • I have reconciled with my past. I am enjoying my present.
  • I have accepted and am at peace with my past, the present, and the future.
  • I am a powerful force of love in the Universe.
  • Every particle in my body is pulsating at the frequency of love.
  • My heart is reverberating with love.
  • I choose to love and not to hate.
  • I am in love with the kind and generous soul staring at me from the mirror.
  • I breathe in love; I breathe out hatred.
  • I love life and allow life to love me.
  • I am building loving relationships.
  • I feel safe and secure in a loving relationship.
  • Love is the catalyst, my guiding light, and the ultimate truth.
  • I am kind to myself.
  • I allow myself to love.
  • The people in my life are loving and caring.
  • I feel safe to be myself.
  • I recognize the power of love.
  • I allow the power of love to heal my heart.
  • I spread love and happiness wherever I go.
  • My relationships are a source of endless joy.
  • I see others as they are and accept them unconditionally.
  • I welcome and accept help and support from others.
  • I find ways to be myself without hurting others.
  • I actively try to heal myself.
  • I accept the blessings of the Universe with grace and gratitude.
  • I am a forgiving and loving person.
  • I live in balance with others.
  • I listen to my heart.
  • I allow love to fill me and guide me.
  • I am eternally connected to the boundless Universal love.
  • I get back the love I give multiplied.
  • I release all negative energy from my heart chakra.
  • My heart chakra is open and perfectly balanced.


100 Heart Chakra Affirmations – Final thoughts

Repeating these Heart Chakra affirmations will help you bring it back to balance.

Our subconscious mind is powerful and saying those statements on a regular basis will do wonders in the ways you think and feel.

I would love to hear your thoughts on what you are doing to change your life in the coming days and years!

If you have any questions please leave a comment below or reach out to me via I would love to hear from you!

I really hope you found inspiration in this article.






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How to Stay Positive During a Pandemic – Ultimate Guide!

How to Stay Positive During a Pandemic – Ultimate Guide!

Today I discussing how to stay positive during a  pandemic.

As COVID-19 spreads steadily around the world, many of us are finding ourselves spending more time at home due to government restrictions.

I have taken advantage of this extra time to focus on how I can be more motivated, organised and practice self-care and self-development.

This is a difficult and stressful time for us all. Anxiety levels are high and the pressure of having the whole family at home 24/7 can be a lot to handle.

Working from home whilst home schooling is tough, but if your home is a mess and you have no routine this can have an even greater impact on your anxiety levels and mental health.

At a time like this it is vital to for our homes to be a place of comfort and calm. So, if you feel like you need some help then there has never been a better time to get organised.

Let’s get our homes in order, create a daily routine and give us something to focus on.

Today I will be sharing some tips and advice to stay positive during a lockdown and keep you mental health intact.



How to Stay Positive During a Pandemic – Ultimate Guide!


Mental & physical health

First of all, I would like to talk about the importance of continuing to take care of your mental and physical health.

The lockdown is frustrating but this could also be an opportunity to develop yourself or an idea you have been putting on the back-burner.

This is a good time to read a book, take an online course and start a new home workout regimen.

There are plenty platforms online that have lots of courses that you can explore for new careers and hobbies.

Fitness professionals are also developing home online exercises that you can follow along at home with your family.

Physical activity of around 30 minutes daily will help keep you healthy, this could be going outside for walks, run, a ride while keeping a safe distance from others. You can also dance to music, walk up and down the stairs.

If you are working from home, make sure you do not sit in the same position for long periods. Get up and take three minutes breaks every 30 minutes.


Practice Mindfulness

When you put Mindfulness into practice your mind will declutter massively!

I can’t explain how much this practice has changed my life. When you’re mindful your life will transform.

By living in the present moment, you become at peace with your past thoughts and illusions made up in your mind.

Observe your thoughts, become at peace with them, take away the emotional attachment.


When you find your mind wandering, revert back to the present moment.

The more you live in the present moment, the mind quickly loses control over you. The mind is a tool that should be working for you, not controlling you.

This takes a lot of practice, as your mind has spent so many years in control. The mind has been projecting its illusions on you all your life.

Purchase a book, research it on YouTube. The Mindfulness practice is life changing when used consistently and persistently!



Practice self-care

Take some time to look after yourself. The best thing to come out of this experience is the opportunity to slow down and catch your breath.

Life is so fast paced these days, that we begin to lose sight of our needs, because we are chasing moving goal posts.

Take time to cook for yourself, to do your chores properly, to spend time with your family doing meaningful things together and also just relaxing.

You now may have time to sleep in during what was supposed to be that 1-hour commute, you also have time to read a few pages a day and time to do homework with the kids.

Self-care involves nurturing your relationships as well as looking after your environment. It’s not just bubble baths and fresh bedding – though it is equally important- it’s about finding that much needed balance and tranquillity.



Set out a daily routine

This one won’t be for everyone, but for a lot of people it is essential when trying to protect your mental well-being.

Setting out a routine every day can ensure you keep being productive whilst staying indoors on lockdown.

It also gives you a reason to wake up every morning and keeps some normality and stability in your life, as being organised with a routine can often help people feel more in control of their situation.

Having a routine also ensures you don’t spend all day in bed doing nothing, which is the worst thing you can do for your mental health and well-being at a crucial time like this.

Even if you don’t do any super productive things, even reading a book or putting a load of washing on is much better than nothing!




I thought this was complete nonsense a few years ago, now I love it.

The one thing that calmed my mind beyond belief, if done properly, is meditation.

This helps you become at peace with your thoughts, and also mindful meditation helps you stay in the present moment.


Try to meditate before breakfast, if not, then late afternoon/early evening is a good time to do it.

Meditation will seem like a chore at first, but the more you practice, it will become more of an enjoyable experience that you will look forward to.

There are tonnes of videos on YouTube to help you get started.



Set goals, but enjoy the process of working towards them

I try to live in the present moment as much as possible in my life, but how do you focus on the present while you’re busy working toward your goals for the future?

It’s an interesting paradox that I struggled with for a while.

Over time, I realised that you can set goals for the future, but you have to be present and focused while you’re working to accomplish them.

I used to always rush through projects just to get them over with, but I realised that’s not a good way to live my life.

Instead, I told myself to enjoy the process a little bit more.

When you’re always rushing through things in order to move on to the next project, you miss opportunities to be creative and produce your best work.

These days, I try to be more present when I’m working on something.

Reflection is important, so I’ve started doing weekly and monthly check-ins with myself to stop myself from charging ahead into the future.


Make a daily to-do list

Knowing your goals is great, it means you know where you want to get to. But that is not enough without knowing what you need to do to get there.

Ultimately, every goal needs to be broken apart as much as possible and written down as a simple list of to-dos.

Having this little list of what you need to get done every day enables you to organise your time and how to tackle things. It helps keep you motivated.


Every morning, try to write down your top 3 priorities for the day, and only after that all the other smaller things you’d like to get done during the day (IF you have the time).

This will help you stay focused on the things that matter and, in the same time, it will raise your energy levels and get you in that ready-for-action mood.


Practice gratitude

Gratitude helps you gain much needed perspective in times when you feel down. It helps you realise that life is not so bad and that there are still some very good things happening for you.

Most therapists recommend writing down a list of things you are grateful each day, you can do this in the morning or in the evening.

The list doesn’t have to be long it’s ok to write even 3 simple things that you are grateful for.

If you don’t know where to start, here are three things to start you off: I am grateful for the sunshine today. I am grateful for the meal I ate with my family and I am grateful for the wifi not playing up today!

You can be grateful for anything and everything and you are sure to feel a bit lighter, a bit happier once you have done this exercise.



Facetime or call family & friends

Keeping in contact with family and friends is essential to protect your mental well-being.

Facetiming is a great way to ensure you are still keeping in contact with other people during the lockdowns or restrictions, rather than being completely alone in the house (if you’re on your own that is).

Some people I know have fallen into the habit of not socialising and speaking to people regular since the lockdowns – humans are social beings, it’s important to communicate with other people.


Facetiming is also good to talk about something other than the pandemic, so it can take your mind off it and leave you feeling in better spirits.

I also find facetiming helps protect your mental well-being, as seeing another person’s face can bring you back down to earth and keep some normality in your life.



Another activity that can really help you sort your thoughts and keep a positive mindset is journaling.

To be honest I am not journaling regularly, even though it can have a very positive impact. When I am journaling, I am particularly writing down my feelings and emotions when I am not feeling very good.

It is a good way to get these pulling down thoughts that keep circling through your mind out of the way. Once you have written down your concerns you 100% feel lighter and there is more room for positivity.

What you are writing has not to be in a certain order, just write whatever comes to your mind.

I would recommend using an empty notebook that is just being used for journaling, so you have all of your old journals at one place.

If you keep doing this regularly or when you feel like you need it is up to you!



Get some fresh air

Fresh air can work wonders when you need a break or just want to recharge your batteries. Even a short walk outside or just sitting on a park bench can make you feel uplifted and energised.

Not only that, but vitamin D deficiency is a known cause for tiredness and fatigue, so you must ensure you get enough of it.

Depending on where you are in the world, you’re probably allowed to be outside at least for a short time for some daylight and/or exercise.

Make the most of it and don’t let any day pass by without being outdoors for a little bit, if you can help it. If not, at least open your windows wide and let the sunshine in.


Limit your media intake

Sure, we still need to take in the appropriate government guidance regarding what steps to take next but it’s seriously damaging to our mental health and mood to be absorbing unnecessary amounts of negative and low energy conversation.

There’s a lot of that being passed around and it’s a dangerous spiral to get caught up in.

Acknowledge that being completely absorbed in the media during this time will do you no good.

There are very few people that can spend hours and hours in front of negativity without feeling the impact.

If you’re feeling a little low in mood, limit your media intake to 30 minutes at the end of the day to get the updates and please, continue with your day.


Listen to podcasts

Podcasts are literally my favourite. They are easy to access and can help you escape from reality for a little. By listening to podcasts you are staying informed and growing as an individual.

I optimise my time by listening to them while I am working or getting ready for my day in the morning.


Drink more water

A simple yet vital daily requirement, drinking water. This not only hydrates you but improves your bodily functions, preventing headaches, washes out toxins from the body, and helps with weight loss.

Drinking water can solve other problems such as clearing skin issues and providing mental clarity. One way to drink more water is to keep a water bottle with you at all times so you can hydrate yourself throughout the day.

I personally like to drink room temperature and hot water; this helps with digestion.


Make your bed

At the risk of sounding like your mom, please make your bed. Not only will it feel good to get into a made bed at night, but it’s important for the success of your day.

Making your bed first thing every morning means one small win before you even have a cup of coffee, which subconsciously will motivate you to achieve thousands of small wins throughout the day (and you know what they say about small wins: they lead up to really big ones).

Plus, Gretchen Rubin found in her research that it’s the easiest and most common daily habit you can do to boost happiness.


Read books

Reading just 30 minutes a day over time will produce amazing benefits. I hear you – “What? I don’t have 30 minutes a day to read!”

Well, quite honestly, I think we spend at least that amount of time on other activities like social media or television each day.

Plus, I would add that we really cannot afford not to acquire this habit. Reading 30 minutes a day would mean that you could probably get through 2-3 books in a month and 24 to 36 books in a year!

That is amazing! Think of all you could learn in one year by cultivating a simple daily habit of reading.


Learn new things

Learning never stops – even though some people stop learning as soon as they are done with their education.

However, the only way to survive in this world and stay on top of things is to be adaptable and continuously learn new skills and gain new knowledge.

With all of the information and books available online nowadays, it’s very simple to do this.



Now is the perfect time to get into every room of your home and have a good clear out – you can’t beat a great big declutter!

There will be many items you can throw or recycle but you may need to put some bigger items aside to take to the tip once social distancing is over. For now, you can store these items away in a garage or shed.

Disposing of your physical clutter will help you deal with your mental clutter and anxieties – tidy home, tidy mind.



Remember the restrictions are temporary

One of the biggest things I’ve been struggling with is not knowing how long these restrictions will last – it seems like they have been going on forever.

The thing we all need to remember is that, however long it lasts, it won’t last forever. Take things one day at a time rather than looking for an end point.

Try to enjoy the time you have right now by living in the present moment and enjoying life living in the now.



How to Stay Positive During a Pandemic – Final thought

So, that’s my tips on how to protect your mental well-being whilst being in lockdown or self-isolation during this hectic global pandemic.

Do you have any other tips? Please write them in the comments so other people can see them. Stay safe and keep smiling.

I would love to hear your thoughts on what you are doing to change your life in the coming days and years!

If you have any questions please reach out to me via I would love to hear from you!

I really hope you found inspiration in this article.






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