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There are different ways to practice affirmations and to practice heart chakra affirmations. I outline below how I practice my daily heart chakra affirmation.
I do this in three steps, but these are interlinked to form one process. I practice before I get out of bed in the morning. I am technically speaking retired although I am engaged with work I love most all the seven days of the week.
It is essential to establish a morning spiritual routine.
I lie on my bed in the morning on awakening from sleep. My first desire is to be in alignment with my true heart’s desire which is to Follow Love’s Message as it is designed to express through me.
This begins with clear intention.
I practice Yoga Nidra and body scanning awareness for around 20 minutes minimum or up to an hour. Sometimes it’s just so nice, so I stay within this relaxed state.
During the body scanning exercise my mind,—the voice in my head—will take me everywhere apart from experiencing the present moment.
It is important to simply witness the thoughts, the sensations, and not get caught up in them. This witnessing is a key part of the practice of the spiritual journey.
It is referred to as witness consciousness.
Over time the clamor of the overthinking mind stills. You are at this point at the door of the Temple of Silence. This is your inner sanctuary.
Without cultivating this stillness and silence within, there tends to be no opening for the communion of the heart.
When you are relaxed, your mind still and silent you repeat your affirmation three times.
You are not dictating to the universe. You are affirming what you wish to be your true heart’s desire.
This has to be related to the realization of your fullest potential. This is your soul potential.
My heart chakra awakening affirmation is from the Lord’s prayer. It is, “Thy will be done.”
I love this line. It allows my life purpose to be in alignment with Love’s purpose. I don’t have to push to achieve. I only have to trust in allowing the Will of Love to express through me as it is intended to be so expressed.