I have answers.

I have confidence in my knowledge and wisdom. I already possess many of the answers that I am seeking. I make sound decisions when I listen to my inner voice.
I face my past.
I take responsibility for my actions and recognize patterns that I want to change.
I find gratification in my accomplishments and the challenges that I have overcome.

Reviewing my successes inspires me to keep learning and growing.

I accept my feelings

I treat myself with compassion when I am angry or sad. I look for the underlying causes so I can address them.
I examine my beliefs.
I revise assumptions that hold me back.

I choose to interpret situations in a way that helps me to move forward.

I pay attention to my body.

Healthy habits help me to stay fit and manage stress.
If I seem under the weather,
I take time off from exercise or see my doctor.

I respect my needs

I care about my physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing.
I evaluate information and feedback.
I discuss ideas with others, and keep up with news that can enhance my life.
I am grateful for outside assistance while I determine what is suitable for me.
I practice mindfulness.

Increasing my self-knowledge and awareness allows me to hear my inner voice.
I screen out distractions and clarify my values.
I connect with my faith.

Spiritual teachings guide me and provide a foundation for my convictions.

Today, I listen to myself.

I look within to find guidance and answers.

What Are Positive Affirmations?

For those of you who aren’t familiar with the benefits of positive affirmations,

I’d like to explain a little about them.

An affirmation is really anything you say or think.

A lot of what we normally say and think is quite negative and doesn’t create good experiences for us.

We have to retrain our thinking and speaking into positive patterns if we want to change our lives.

An affirmation opens the door.

It’s a beginning point on the path to change. In essence, you’re saying to your subconscious mind:

“I am taking responsibility. I am aware that there is something I can do to change.”

When I talk about doing affirmations, I mean consciously choosing words that will either help eliminate something from your life or help create something new in your life.
Every thought you think and every word you speak is an affirmation.

All of our self-talk, our internal dialogue, is a stream of affirmations.

You’re using affirmations every moment whether you know it or not.

You’re affirming and creating your life experiences with every word and thought.

Your beliefs are merely habitual thinking patterns that you learned as a child. Many of them work very well for you. Other beliefs may be limiting your ability to create the very things you say you want. What you want and what you believe you deserve may be very different.

You need to pay attention to your thoughts so that you can begin to eliminate the ones creating experiences you do not want in your life.

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