Can Someone Else do Your Positive Affirmations for You? Yes.
Even the laziest (er…”most efficient”) of us seeking personal development can now happily kick back with our ipods and be more positive with little to no effort.
You can check out a pre-recorded sample of a positive affirmation at ipopin.com.
With all jokes aside, I do sincerely think positive affirmations are extremely important, and love this new system that psychologist Dr. Kirsten Harrel and her sister Tracy Harrell over at ipopin.com have smartly developed.
“Power Of Positive” is what puts the “POP” in ipopin, a system of pre-recorded one minute positive affirmations that you can listen to each day.
These one minute affirmations can be loaded to your computer desktop, MP3 player, or Ipod. You can download all of them, or pick your favorites. Each day, you can leave the choice of your positive affirmation up to random chance, or pick out one that suits the theme for each day. I’m thinking ringtones here people! Just think of the possibilities if our phones announced “I radiate positive energy to everyone I meet” instead of an annoying trite classical piano piece.
Christopher Reeve was a role model for positive thinking, and super hero to us all for continuing to persevere despite harrowing circumstances. A strong reminder for us all to think positive and make the most out of every situation life offers. To embrace life as our teacher and motivator.
You also can receive five FREE affirmations just for signing up for their positive affirmation newsletter, or subscribe by email to receive affirmations, as well as find a huge archive of positive affirmation ideas by subject. I am extremely impressed!
This is by no means a paid advertisement, I just like to share some of my favorite things I find on the web from time to time, especially when a charity fund raiser is involved.
Spinal cord injury research funded by the Reeve Foundation is imperative to more than just sufferers of traumatic injuries, it will likely be beneficial for those disabled by Multiple Sclerosis and Lou Gehrig’s Disease (Amyotrophic lateral Sclerosis). The accessory cells that hold bundles of nerve fibers together are irreparably damaged from both injury and autoimmune disease, and until scientists learn how to regrow these tissues we will not have a likely cure for spinal cord injury and the disabilities that result from MS and ALS. Stem cell research is vital for regrowing these tissues.
Without the Dana and Christopher Reeve Foundation, advanced research on these developments would not be possible.
“When the first Superman movie came out, I gave dozens of interviews to promote it. The most frequent question was: What is a hero? My answer was that a hero is someone who commits a courageous action without considering the consequences. Now my definition is completely different. I think a hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles. They are the real heroes, and so are the families and friends who have stood by them.” ~Christopher Reeve
- Which positive affirmations would you like to start using today?
- Is an affirmation that you hear someone else say, as powerful as the one that you state out loud yourself? Could it be more powerful?
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~ Dr. Nicole Sundene