What’s your Personal Slogan/Mantra?

by Tayyiba Iram on Thursday, 25 February 2010 at 20:42

When you have a Personal Slogan you become a conscious creator. Self Suggestion (AUTO SUGGESTION) is a force which we have as of birth. This force with great power of realisation makes it possible to replace the old mental diagrams of blockings, fears, bynew mental diagrams, controlled, positive, to find greater self-confidence and in its own potential of realisation.

Bill Gates’ famous mantra was “A computer on every desk and inevery home”. This he achieved and now working on a broader agenda,he is not renouncing his original slogan.

Mohammed Ali’s mantra was – “I’m the greatest.” “Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better.” Was developed by Emile Coue, (born Feb. 26, 1857, — died July 2, 1926,a small town called Nancy, France) a French pharmacist and psychologist. This mantra was used as auto suggestion, which helped thousands of people.

This can go both ways. If you don’t have a personal slogan, you will be saying things that don’t work for you, hence becoming anunconscious creator. You will find results coming into your life you didn’t ask for. There is an ancient Japanese proverb that says, “A tongue three inches long can kill a man six feet tall.”

The words of your mouth are a creative force. They play a big partin redestining your future. Your words are the architects of your life. The tongue is like a tool. We need to use our tools of the present to build the future we desire. You see, your future willsomeday be your present. Your present will someday be your past. You can chart the course of your future by your compass… your tongue. It will guide you like a rudder… into either troubled waters or a calm sea. But, don’t be misled… it WILL guide you.

Here is a Natural Law. The expression: “I can”, will act on your capacities, like as when you press on a switch the light ignites. Create a personal slogan and use it to your advantage. Here’s mine- I am Health and Well-being. I am pure possibility. Hope this has bought you new awareness today.

Sent to me in An email By Sana Solanki, Dip LC.Life Coach, Life Coaching & Personal Development.Founder

2 Responses to What’s your Personal Slogan/Mantra?

  1. shahidkalim says:

    well written. I have re-blogged it after adding my personal perspective in it but crediting you as original writer. I hope you are OK with it. please do let me know if you are unhappy I will delete it from my website.

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