Last updated on January 23, 2020
1.(originally in Hinduism and Buddhism) a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation.2.a statement or slogan repeated frequently.“the environmental mantra that energy has for too long been too cheap”
I try to begin my day before doing anything else with one of my mantras. I have many depending on what I am feeling but usually, it is the same one for the rising time. My mantras help me to be focused on what I am manifesting. My mantras also help me to say positive and not dwell in my circumstances.
Social media and videos make stroke recovery look easy, but it is not easy! I must work hard every day just to get out of bed, but I must know I will get better and I have gotten better over time. However, I still have a long way to go. I would like to encourage anyone who is recovering from a stroke and aphasia, in your life, you may have life-changing circumstances, but you never give up! Repeat your mantras to yourself every day, as long and much as you can throughout the day. Your subconscious mind will connect to your conscious mind and before long you will be where you want to be.
I opened my life to my stroke recovery because I had no influences earlier on in my wellness journey and I felt that others like me needed a little motivation too. Please use my recovery as your motivation and then build on your recovery. We can motivate each other.
“I Am healthy, I AM wealthy, I Am wise, I Am rich beyond measure, I AM protected, I AM Loved, I AM Loving, I AM LOVE”
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My name is Trazana A. Staples!
I had a Stroke!
I Am a Stroke Survivor!
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