Hi, lovelies! How are we feeling today? Have you started to feel something magical rising in side of you? Are you ready to put a stake in the ground and claim your power? If you’re shaking your head and saying not yet, that’s okay. Hopefully we’ll change that today.
As you know by now, words have power and energy that truly give them meaning. As Tiffany taught you yesterday, words are a spell, and they should be chosen carefully.
Today’s exercise is all about finding what’s in you that you may not see just yet. The traits that you admire in others are actually a mirror for the things you have inside you. You may not feel like you embody them just yet, but acknowledging them is enough to get the energy moving in the right direction.
Take a few cleansing breaths, and then grab a piece of paper. We want you to write down 3-5 people you admire most. They can be celebrities, authors, real people in your life, or fictional characters. Don’t think too long on it. Just write down whatever comes to your mind first.
Then, write 3-4 words that describe what you like about them. Are they powerful? Kind? Loyal? Determined? It’s okay if you use the same words to describe the various people you’ve written down. Actually, that’s good if you do. You’re noticing a theme.
You were attracted to those words because they are traits you most embody (or wish to embody). Even if you don’t feel that way yet. You will. Work these words into your affirmations and manifestations. These are YOUR power words you should turn to again and again. They’re your magic.
For example, I spread kindness to everyone I met. I am strong, and I can do hard things. I uplift others with my positive outlook on life.
I first did this exercise in 2019 when I was just beginning to dabble with the idea of finding my purpose. Then I did it again mid-2020 after co-founding Spirit Mamas. My words had completely changed. Initially I wanted to embody hardwork, kindness and fearlessness, and recently I wanted to be selfless, strong, and magical. I didn’t even know I’d accomplished the first three until I did the exercise again.
That’s why we encourage you to do this exercise every few months and notice what’s changed. Your words should change as you change. It doesn’t mean you won’t embody the words you found today in 6 months, but rather there are new traits blooming inside of you that need some focus and love to truly thrive.
What are your power words? Share with us below!
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