Kids Activity - Brain Training for Positive Thinking
Our minds play an active role in our actions and it is actions that create habits- if we are on autopilot we may not even realise that our behaviour and our thoughts could be affecting our lives in a negative way.
To help us to train our minds not to play a negative loop in the background of our day we can take time out to make a list of all the positive things in our lives. Or create a vision board with positive affirmations cutting and pasting pictures and words that inspire positive thinking and mindful livi
Affirmations are like prayers; we say them to ourselves in order to feel positive, change our mental attitudes, and get smarter.
Below are some examples of affirmations that express ideas in self-love, gratitude and positive thinking. Cut out the designs and stick them into your mindfulness diary or use them as inspiration for your own designs.
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