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What shape is a waffle?

What shape is a waffle?

You have seem square waffles. You have seen round waffles. You have see seen waffles with bites taken out of them. But have you ever seen these waffle shapes?

A waffle that looks like a zoo?  OK, not like a whole zoo, but like a zoo animal?  Along with other zoo animal buddies?

Zoo animals waffles
    A waffle that shoots blanks (but could still get you in trouble in some jurisdictions)?
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    waffle gun

       

      A keyboard waffle, that won’t last long enough to finish typing your next email?  But at least it won’t short out if you “accidentally put butter or syrup on it.

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      keyboard waffle

        A waffle that’s not quite as big as the State of Texas, but looks a lot like a Mini Me of the state.

        Texas waffle
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          Pooh waffles?  Winnie, that is, and Tigger, too.

           

          Winnie The Pooh Waffles
            Disney waffles?  C’mon, they’re cute.
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            Disney waffles

               

               

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              Last Updated on June 19, 2019

              How to Practice Positive Meditation in 2 Simple Steps

              How to Practice Positive Meditation in 2 Simple Steps

              Just by simply spending some effort and time, staying positive every day can be easily achieved. All that is required is a fraction of your time, 10-15 minutes a day to cultivate the positive you!

              But first, what is really positive thinking? Do you have to be in an upbeat, cheerful and enthusiastic mood all day to be positive minded?

              No. Positive thinking simply means the absence of negative thoughts and emotions – in other words, inner peace!

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              When you are truly at peace within yourself, you are naturally thinking positively. You don’t have to fight off negative thoughts, or search desperately for more positive thoughts. It just happens on its own. And here are 2 positive thinking meditation tips to empower you:

              1. Relax as You Meditate

              A powerful, simple yet rarely used technique is meditation. Meditation doesn’t have to take the form of static body posture. It can be as simple as sitting in a comfortable chair listening to soothing music. Or performing relaxation techniques such as deep breathing exercises.

              Meditation is all about letting go of stressful or worrisome thoughts. That’s it! If you spend just a few minutes per day feeling relaxed and peaceful, you automatically shift your mind into a more positive place. When you FEEL more relaxed, you naturally THINK more positively!

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              Start with a short period of time, like 5 or 10 minutes a day. You can meditate first thing in the morning, during your lunch break, right before you go to bed at night, or any time. The most important thing is to consciously let go of unproductive thoughts and feelings. Just let them go for those few minutes, and you may decide not to pick them back up again at all!

              2. Practice Daily Affirmations

              Positive affirmations can be used throughout the day anywhere and at anytime you need them, the more you use them the easier positive thoughts will take over negative ones and you will see benefits happening in your life.

              What are affirmations? Affirmations are statements that are used in a positive present tense language. For example, “Every day, in every way, I’m getting better, better and better” is a popular affirmation used by the late Norman Vincent Peale.

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              So how does one go about using positive affirmations in everyday life? Let’s look at some guidelines to follow when reciting your daily affirmations.

              1. Use first person pronouns in your message (I)
              2. Use present tense (I have)
              3. Use positive messages (I am happy)
              4. Repeat your affirmations on a consistent basis

              Affirmations have to be said with conviction and consistency. Start your day by saying your affirmations out loud. It wouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to repeat your affirmations; yet when done consistently, these positive affirmations will seep into the subconscious mind to cultivate the new positive you.

              Here’s an example of a “success affirmation” you can use on a daily basis:

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              I am successful in everything I do. Every venture I get into returns wealth to me. I am constantly productive. I always perform to the full potential I have and have respect for my abilities.
              My work is always given positive recognition. I augment my income constantly. I always have adequate money for everything I require. I spend my money prudently always. My work is always rewarded.

              You can find more examples here: 10 Positive Affirmations for Success that will Change your Life

              Remember, affirmations work on the basis of conviction and consistency. Do yourself a favor and make a commitment to see this through.

              Begin practicing these positive thinking tips right now. And I wish you continued empowerment and growth on your positive thinking journey.

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