Micro Action Monday - Diva Affirmations

Episode 39 · December 7th, 2020 · 22 mins 12 secs

About this Episode

After going through an intense period of burn-out in 2017, I knew I needed to make some changes in my life to avoid feeling that way again in the future. I hadn’t spent a lot of time with guided meditations or affirmations before then but I heard one of my mentor’s voices in my head saying, “just throw everything at it.” So, I did. I found that I really enjoyed certain guided meditations and affirmations and I love them in audio form for when I’m walking the dog or getting ready. In fact, I even make personalized tracks for my clients. If you’re interested, you can find them for purchase in my store on my website meganihnen.com. I find that when I’m listening to my affirmations, my brain can really run wild “decorating the idea” - I love to embellish it and add on to it the more I listen. If you’re into law of attraction stuff, there’s a “17 second rule” that states that the manifestation process begins once a single thought has been held for 17 seconds. I tried to create the pauses between the phrases in this meditation to allow for that amount of time so that you can really let the idea take hold. Anyway, here is my affirmations for divas track for you to listen to whenever you might need a little more oomph.

Do you like these micro action episodes? You'll probably like the 29 Days to Diva series on The Sybaritic Singer too. Check it out here: https://sybariticsinger.com/category/29-days-to-diva/

A big thank you to Juanitos and Broke For Free for the music featured in this episode.

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Megan Ihnen is a professional mezzo-soprano, teacher, writer, and arts entrepreneur who is passionate about helping other musicians and creative professionals live their best lives. Studio Class is an outgrowth of her popular #29DaystoDiva series from The Sybaritic Singer. Let your emerging professionals be part of the podcast! Invite Megan to your studio class for a taping of an episode. Your students ask questions and informative, fun conversation ensues.