You Do Enough Have Meaningful Friends? / BY ANITA REISINGER An Need Affirmation? Affirmations to bring meaningful friends into our life is an extension of how we can work with powerful positive statements to produce astonishing results. Many of my clients feel alone and isolated. They are not only longing for a sexual partner but for good friends. Let's take a moment to think about what defines a good friend. My definition for example would be that a friend is somebody who you always respect and trust and that is reciprocal. When I asked Sherry Kallergis the Editor, for her definition she shared, "A friend is someone you can share anything with, who challenges your limitations and perspectives and inspires you to be receptive to new ideas." A friendship always needs to be mutual. A friendship is uplifting and cheers you on, encouraging you to be the best you can. Scientific research tells us the optimum number of close friends is 5.* I like to call them “fans”, those who stand behind you in easy and difficult times, and having friends is one of the greatest blessings we can have in life. We should remember that we only can receive what we give. In other words – we need to be the friend we want to have in our life. The more we change into a person who is trustworthy, the more we can build a social circle full of love and support. One key to establishing good friendships is focus. Some people complain about the negativity of others. But the more we give our attention to the “bad” energy in others and therefore in ourselves the more it exists in our life. We need to be honest with ourselves and others.
AT FORTY FIVE MAGAZINE /27 Let´s put our own house in order first! We can embrace our own imperfection and start to see us as our own best friend. This friend in us attracts other friends and a community of like-minded people is born. Yes, it can be so easy and simple. Consider This Affirmation "I choose to be with beautiful people in my life. I am a fabulous friend. Life is good." Sometimes we need to end a friendship when it is not serving us anymore. It is necessary for a healthy egoism to decide what is good for us or not. There is no need to feel that a friend of long continuance should be kept around or the relationship needs “to be sorted out” and kept because it feels like an old pair of shoes. While doing our affirmation – daily, in the morning, and in the evening – our relationships change for the better. Let´s trust in life and its goodness ALWAYS! – Many Blessings to you and your social circle. Learn More Explore other Affirmations with Anita Reisinger *Read Your Brain Limits You To Five BFFs If you’ve enjoyed this article share it. Share the magazine.
Copyright ©2021 AT FORTY FIVE. All Rights Reserved.