- Make a list of three things that you want to change in your life. Use the phrase, “I am.” For example, “I am lazy” or “I am stuck.”
- Next to each of the three things, write down the opposite phrase. “I am productive” and “I am moving forward” work for the examples from above.
- Now string them together in an affirmative revelation in any order that feels good to you. For the example, “I am a productive submissive consciously moving forward in my submission.”
- Type or handwrite your phrase on an index card or note card. Place it somewhere you will see it throughout your day. You can tape it to your bathroom mirror, computer keyboard or refrigerator door.
- Repeat it to yourself several times throughout the day, silently or aloud. Make it a habit–first thing in the morning, before you go to bed and anytime you find yourself focusing on the very things your mantra is intended to change.
Use this mantra for as long as it feels helpful. At any time you can go through steps 1 through 4 and create a new mantra to change other aspects of your life.