Create Your Own Affirmation Cards

Affirmations are the key to success and healing. Affirmations are powerful.

Affirmations are positive statements used to focus your conscious mind on your intentions. As you repeat affirmations, you recreate new neural pathways in your brain and imprint them on your subconscious mind.

Many life coaches use affirmations with their clients to help them create change in their life. Many celebrities and personal development teachers, such as Jack Canfield, and Tony Robbins, emphasize the role of affirmations in creating positive change.

A few months ago, Jack Canfield teamed with Pamela Bruner to show the power of combining EFT with affirmations to effect change quicker.

I have found, from working with my coaching clients, that the more actively they are involved in creating and using affirmations, the greater confidence they have in their ability to create transformation in their life.

I have written previously about many different ways to use affirmations in my ezine article of Jan, 11, 2011.

Today, I would like to share with you, an easy and fun way to create your own affirmation cards. All you need are some 4x 6 inch index cards, some small pictures, a glue stick and a pin. Select your affirmation and glue a picture that inspires you. Then write your affirmation. That’s it. Now you can read your affirmations daily and for re-inspiring yourself.

There are many sources for affirmations on the web. I like and www.scienceofmind.com.  The pictures I used were smaller snapshots from a calendar by Patty Hankins, www.BeautifulFlowerPictures.com. Patty also has beautiful note cards that you can frame and add your affirmations to for your meditation area or office.


Catherine is an intuitive consultant, energy healer and spiritual coach. She has been a healing arts practitioner since 1982. Catherine has the unique ability to draw from different modalities, combining them with her intuitive gifts to offer practical and clear guidance for her clients. Catherine helps her clients clear their past, center in the present and take the next steps to create their future.

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