Affirmations For Inspiration

If you’re stuck in a rut and looking for a little inspiration to get you moving, this video is the perfect solution.

You know those days where no matter how hard you try, you can’t focus? It’s not just you. We all get them every now and then.

Even though it’s highly unpleasant and very stressful, the last thing you want to do is beat yourself up for it.

Have you ever chained yourself to the desk in the name of ‘being pro-active’, only to find your morbid fascination with surfing the next only gets stronger?

You can’t bully yourself into getting inspired. In fact, forcing yourself into action will only make your mind dig its heels in even more.


You Can’t Get From Demotivated to Inspired in One Hit.

You have to ease yourself into a better feeling place. That starts with accepting where you are right now, even if you don’t like it.

Take a deep breath, move away from the topic that’s got you tied up in knots and move onto something else. If possible either take a break or work on something less creative and above all, stop rushing yourself.

Whenever you’re trying too hard to figure something out, it’s important to relax and clear your mind. Affirmations are the perfect way to do this.

This video will help you:

  • Settle back, relax and trust that inspiration will come to you in good time;
  • Stop beating yourself up and start being kinder to yourself;
  • Focus on things that make you feel good;
  • Allow the inspiration to your next path to flow freely to you


Energetically speaking, everything you want comes easily when you’re in a state of relaxation. That includes physical things as well as emotional states.

Remind yourself that there’s no rush; stop taking your life so seriously and let it be okay that you don’t have all the answers right now.You can also take the help of Melbourne hypnosis.

Listen to this video in a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed. It’s best to use earphones if you can.

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