A New Look at Affirmations: Glamour Grammar

SpiritualPractice-AlphabetThis Spiritual Practice is a great way to get in the habit of creating and stating positive affirmations emphasizing your Divine Nature.

Here’s How:

Step One: Go through the alphabet, and brainstorm several positive words beginning with each letter. For example:

A = awesome, amazing authentic

B = beautiful, bodacious, brilliant

C = creative, caring, confident

Step Two: Look back over your list, and put the words “I AM” in front of each of the words, stating the sentence out loud, with conviction! For example, you would be saying:

I AM awesome! I AM amazing! I AM authentic! I AM beautiful! I AM bodacious! …

Notice the impact this has on your energy level as well as your attitude and feelings about yourself!


For example: T = Terrific; Triumphant; Thankful H=Happy; Hopeful; Heavenly V=Victorious; Valiant; Vivacious

Bonus Tip: A variation of this activity is to use it when you are stuck in traffic. Take a look at the license plates on the cars around you, and use Glamour Grammar with the letters on the plates! While it doesn’t change your frustrating situation, it does create a shift in your awareness which leads to a major shift in your attitude!

We affirm you experience powerful results with this spiritual practice … as you walk the spiritual path on practical feet!


About Bil and Cher Holton - The Global Center for Spiritual Practices

Combine a flair for the dramatic, a deep understanding of metaphysics combined with the teachings of Jesus, and a zest for neuroscience and Positive Psychology, and you have defined the dynamic duo who are at the heart of The Global Center for Spiritual Practices, a Cyber Home for people who are more spiritual than religious. Revs. Drs. Bil and Cher Holton bring quite a background of experience and depth of knowledge to this special ministry. They are dynamic and thought-provoking speakers, prolific authors, and spiritual teachers. Check them out at http://www.YourSpiritualPractice.com/
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