Bathroom Affirmations

Young woman relaxing in the bath

The bathroom is the one place where I do most of my spiritual practice.  Maybe it because I hide from my four kids in there.  It’s great for anyone to incorporate some mediation or affirmation practice there for several reasons.  One it’s usually a quiet, private space.  Two you are going to be there every morning, evening, and several times during the day as well.

I always have affirmations on sticky notes on the mirror to remind me to focus on them in the morning and evening.  I usually repeat them or meditate for five minutes or some other spiritual practice whenever I go into the bathroom during the day, even when I’m not at home.  It’s a great way to remember your spiritual or law of attraction practices and do them regularly (No pun intended ;0)

Here are some of the bathroom affirmations I currently have up on our mirror:

 

affirmations 3  mirror affirmations 2  mirror affirmations 1

Here are some of the ones my kids and I made for their bathroom mirrors:

kids affirmations 2  kids affirmations 1

One of my other favorite things to do is mediate in the bath.  For some reason, connection with water makes me feel closer to the divine.  What about you? How do you fit spiritual practices into your daily routine? I’d love to hear you comments.  To prove it, I’m giving away a Facebook “manifesting plan” to one of my commenters during the month of August. I’ll put everyone’s name in random.org and choose a winner to be announced here around Sept 1st. Then I’ll email the winner with the details if I have access to their e-mail or you can check back here around the first and message me on my Facebook page. Once you tell me what you want to create, I’ll create a personal manifesting plan for you and we’ll make sure it feels good to you.

Transforming Through Love and Joy,

Michelle Martin Dobbins

  • Cloris Kylie Stock says:

    I love the idea of the post-it notes in the bathroom!
    I start the day by saying, “Thank you, God!” It doesn’t matter what the current circumstances of my life are; just the fact that I’m alive and aware of the divine within me is a reason to give thanks.

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