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Dear People,

We all have times in which we feel a bit flat and uninspired. Inspiration is a joyful state in which we find solutions to help us accomplish goals and promote growth and changes in our lives. It's quite annoying when it's missing when we need it; for example when we are looking for that perfect gift. So today I wrote some affirmations on how to invite more inspiration into our lives.

I write my affirmations in different levels so you can see what resonates with you and what you want to work on. You might start with a lower level that resonates and then move your way up.

Pick and choose what works for you and affirm away (I recommend three times a day if you can manage it).

I choose to be open to inspiration
I choose to take the time to be inspired
I choose to let my senses inspire me
I choose to let my mind inspire me
I choose to let my guides inspire me
I choose to let my angels inspire me
I choose to let my soul inspire me
I choose to let God inspire me

I can stay inspired for long stretches of time
I can easily achieve a state of inspiration
I can easily prolong a state of inspiration
I can easily get in touch with my inspiration
I can be easily inspired

I enjoy how my inspiration brings joy
I enjoy how my inspiration brings solutions
I enjoy how my inspiration brings growth
I enjoy how my inspiration brings positive change
I enjoy all inspiration

I embrace my inspiration
I embrace divine inspiration
I embrace all inspiration

Have an affirmation you want to share? Don't hesitate to post it in a comment on the blog or on the Facebook Fan Page. You can also share your affirmation stories in the practice, by e-mail or publicly online.

Dear People,

Addiction is a serious issue, so I wouldn't recommend using some EFT sentences yourself without any support. Addiction often has far reaching consequences and a lot of underlying pain and misery. So mishandling addiction can have serious consequences.

However, it's often hard to ask for help when you struggle with an addiction and besides addictions with far reaching consequences (drug, alcohol etc.), there are also other addictions (internet, smoking, overworking, phone games etc.) which can free up a lot of energy when we work on them. So a word of advice: if you have a far reaching addiction, seek help as soon as possible.

Dealing with the struggle
Even though I struggle with this addiction, I (choose to) love and accept myself
Even though I sometimes fail to deal correctly with my addiction, I love and accept myself
Even though I sometimes make the wrong choices concerning my addiction, I love and accept myself 
Even though I hate struggling with this addiction, I love and accept myself
Even though I'm frustrated with the struggle, I move forward easily
Even though I'm angry that I'm struggling, I forgive myself
Accepting yourself
Even though I hate that I have an addiction, I accept myself
Even though I hate that sometimes I can't stop myself, I accept myself
Even though I hate that I make the wrong choices, I accept myself
Even though I hate the consequences of my wrong choices, I accept myself
Even though I hate what this addiction has done to me, I accept myself 
Even though I hate the damage that my addiction does, I accept myself
Even though I hate the damage that has been done, I accept myself and my past
Even though I want to pretend nothing is wrong, I accept myself and face the truth

Addiction itself
Even though I hate my addiction, I choose to learn why I have this problem
Even though I want to run from my addiction, I choose to face my issues
Even though I want to ignore my addiction, I choose to take positive steps towards healing
Even though I desperately want this addiction gone, I choose to learn my lessons and move on permanently
Even though I want to forget about this addiction, I choose to confront it
Even though facing my addiction is hard, I choose to do so

Healing
Even though it feels I have to beat this addiction alone, I'm open to receiving help
Even though it feels like this addiction can't heal, I'm open to healing it completely
Even though it feels like I will be stuck with this addiction forever, I'm open to letting it go

Want to chat about addiction or share your own story? Post a message on the blog, Facebook Fan Page or e-mail me for a personalized EFT sentence!