This site likes to share health and nutritional and longevity tips from time to time. I follow Uri Geller on Twitter and his energy level at age 76 is amazing. Below, please find a few posts he has made describing his diet. It appears that a variety of nuts, eating the rainbow of fresh organic vegetables, and olive oil are big parts of his diet.
In addition to his diet, I believe that his positive attitude is a part of his healthy and younger than real age appearance. He uses positive affirmations:
Positive thinking is a way to stop self-sabotage and negative self-beliefs, but shifting your mindset can be challenging for a lot of us.
Israeli-British mystic, psychic and famous spoon-bender Uri Geller has used the power of affirmations since he was a child and believes a positive mindset is needed now more than ever to change our lives for the better and foster a more harmonious world.
Uri says: ‘I’m a huge believer in the power of affirmations. Stating something positive over and over again, instills confidence and banishes doubt.
‘Positivity gave me self-confidence and taught me how to wake up in the morning in an attitude of gratitude. It opened a window for me to care about others around me and triggered good thinking that turned into physical manifestations.
I make it my life’s mission to spread positivity. Think positive! Be optimistic! Stay hopeful!~Uri Gelle
Below, you will find more specifics about Uri’s affirmations. But, first, let’s look at the way he eats.
His vegan lunch above.
Now, back to Uri’s commentary on his use of affirmations…
- Believe in yourself
‘The first step is to have faith in your own ability to change your life. Only you have the mind power and only you can achieve your goal, no one else can do it for you. So accept this, don’t allow any doubt to creep in, seize responsibility and go for it!’
- Write down your goal
‘Word it clearly. Forbid all other ideas to distract you from your target – that includes both good and bad problems such as family affairs or negative news. Keep your words to hand so you can see them and refresh your intention.’
- Say the goal out loud
‘Speak it out loud and don’t mumble. If it can’t be understood, how else can the world hear you? Express your goal loudly and clearly. Don’t sound desperate as you say the words – sound confident.’
- Visualise your goal
‘Whatever you visualise you can materialise. If you can go there with your mind, you can go there with your body. I had a dream to create a museum of art and personal objects given me throughout my career, with a giant 11 ton bent spoon. I opened the Uri Geller Museum in 2021 in Old Jaffa in Israel, where I live. That spoon I imagined is now a record holder for the world’s biggest spoon in the Guinness Book of records.’
· Use your imagination to picture your target. Visualise all the details; from tastes and sensations to sounds.
· Create a movie in your head and watch yourself achieve your aims and hit the target.
· Visualise how others will react to you when you have achieved your target.
- Repeat your goal often every day
‘When I was a child, just like a hypnotist, I would hypnotise myself before I went to sleep by running target words to achieve my goal through my mind three times before I went to sleep, so it was embedded in my sub-conscious.’
· Choose target words to represent your goal. For example, if you want to buy a new car, you can use a word to describe its colour or make. Before you go to sleep say the target words three times in your mind out loud. Affirmations are a gentle form of hypnosis. They embed into our sub-conscious to become a truth.
- Don’t dwell on the past
To re-programme your mind, it is important that there is no falling back in old unhealthy habits. To help yourself stay on track in the present, say this affirmation out loud whenever you feel conflicted.
‘That was then, this is now.’
- Choose some of Uri’s favourite affirmations to plant in your subconscious
‘I deserve to get what I want.’
‘I love myself.’
‘I deserve success.’
‘I wake up feeling great.’
‘I’m a winner.’
‘I’m an achiever.’
‘I get things done.’
- Now make some affirmations up of your own. Remember to say or write them in the present tense.
- To power up your affirmations say them in front of a mirror morning and night.