Affirmations

Affirmations

Topic

  1. General
  2. Abusive Relationship
  3. Loss of a Lover
  4. Bereavement
  5. To a Difficult Partner
  6. To a Difficult Child

General

  1. I am optimistic.
  2. I look on the bright side of situations.
  3. I have the courage to make my mind my friend.
  4. I plan for the future but live in the now.
  5. I have the courage to handle anything that comes my way.
  6. I trust my life (this situation) is unfolding in the perfect, right way.
  7. I allow myself to express my pain constructively.
  8. I have the courage to forgive myself and others.
  9. I accept forgiveness from myself.
  10. I accept forgiveness from myself and others.
  11. I am willing to be willing to face my fear of ____________________.
  12. I am willing to face my fear of ____________________.
  13. I have the courage to face my fear of ____________________.
  14. I have the courage to know I am worthy of being loved.
  15. I have the courage to know that I can.
  16. I am capable and creative.
  17. I help myself achieve my goals by knowing I can surmount any obstacles in my path.
  18. Life loves giving to me.
  19. I trust that I will have all that I need.
  20. I am thankful for what I have.
  21. I am proud of my abilities.
  22. I own my own excellence by concentrating on the good in myself.
  23. I have the courage to believe in myself.
  24. I focus on my positive attributes.
  25. I have the courage to savor my excellence every day.
  26. I like and admire myself.
  27. I have the courage to know and experience my true feelings.
  28. I have a right to my feelings, whatever they are.
  29. I express my feelings constructively.
  30. I see old patterns when they arise and can free myself from them.
  31. I appreciate the good things about my childhood and let go of the pain.
  32. I have the courage to allow others to take responsibility for themselves.
  33. I trust and respect other’s wisdom and common sense.
  34. I hold my inner child lovingly.
  35. I respect my co-workers and they respect me.
  36. I let go of any rigid expectations I have of others.
  37. I release my painful feelings and reach out in love and understanding to others who are in pain now.
  38. I am empathetic and understanding.
  39. I ask for help when I need it.
  40. I love and accept myself in the darkness as well as in the light.
  41. I trust I am capable.
  42. I love myself.
  43. I congratulate myself for the good things I do, say, and think.
  44. I deserve gold stars.
  45. I am a worthwhile and capable woman even though I make mistakes.
  46. I have the courage to love and support myself by acknowledging my intrinsic worth.
  47. I am an up, excited, and energetic woman.
  48. I am a woman and I have the courage to be my own good friend.
  49. I have the strength to know I am not the target.
  50. I know I don’t need to “fix” anyone else’s attitude or circumstances.
  51. I take one thing at a time in bite-size pieces.
  52. I solve problems with ease and intelligence.
  53. I know I can rescue only myself.
  54. I put my white flag away.
  55. I trust others know how to best live their lives.
  56. I credit my “life account” by setting realistic limits.
  57. I have the courage to decide what I will and will not give.
  58. I balance my life by taking care of my physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs.
  59. I have the power to be who I want to be.
  60. I invite into my life the perfect people to support and nurture me.
  61. I have the courage to explore my fears.
  62. I create a safe and protected environment in which to transform my fears.
  63. I am a good person even though I sometimes feel angry.
  64. I give my inner child permission to have and express her feelings.
  65. I have the courage to work through my anger constructively.
  66. I help myself feel up by looking and straightening up.
  67. I use the power of my wonderful body/mind to feel good.
  68. I am valuable and worthwhile.
  69. I treat myself in a manner that enhances my feelings of self-worth.
  70. I am my own best friend.
  71. I love and appreciate myself.
  72. I compassionately tend my inner garden.
  73. I gently and courageously prune limiting beliefs and actions from my life.
  74. I appreciate the unique beauty I bring to my world.
  75. I congratulate myself on the person I am, and the person I am becoming.
  76. I accept myself just as I am now.
  77. I give thanks for myself and my imperfections.
  78. I give myself permission to transform and beautify my personal tapestry.
  79. I am willing to be willing to love myself.
  80. I am willing to love myself.
  81. I am a valuable and worthwhile woman.
  82. I deserve validation and praise.
  83. I have the courage to praise and validate myself.
  84. I deserve rest and relaxation.
  85. I take time to replenish my energy, through rest and relaxation.
  86. I am better able to love myself and others when l am rested and relaxed.
  87. I am aware of my limits and I honor them.
  88. I give myself permission to keep my life simple.
  89. I have the right to say “No” without feeling guilty.
  90. I have the courage to say “No” without feeling guilty.
  91. I pay attention to what I know is right for me.
  92. I have the right to have a personal life all my own.
  93. I am more loving to myself and my family when I have the courage to set limits.
  94. I have the courage to see my inner child as lovable.
  95. My inner child is acceptable to me and others.
  96. I unconditionally love and accept my inner little girl.
  97. I am lovable.
  98. I deserve to be loved.
  99. I recognize my inner child’s need to reach out for comfort and solace.
  100. I love my needy inner child.
  101. I am safe in the world.
  102. I use my wise imagination to create a safe harbor for myself.
  103. I give myself permission to fill my vase to overflowing.
  104. It is loving for me to fill my own vase.
  105. I have the courage to allow myself life’s vase to overflow.
  106. I open myself to receive all good things.
  107. I love others unconditionally from the fullness of my own heart.
  108. I am willing to be willing to forgive ____________________.
  109. I am willing to forgive ____________________.
  110. I forgive ____________________.
  111. I am worthy of forgiveness.
  112. I love and forgive myself as I would a dear friend.
  113. I, totally and without reservation, forgive myself for ____________________.
  114. I have the courage to be nice, and I enjoy it.
  115. I am aware of and nurture the inner child in other people.
  116. I love and respect the inner child I see in others.
  117. I listen to the inner child in myself and others.
  118. I am a woman and I have the courage to create peace of mind.
  119. I find peace and serenity in silence.
  120. I take time to be silent.
  121. I listen to and trust my inner wisdom.
  122. I have the courage to live in the moment.
  123. I savor each minute given to me.
  124. I appreciate each priceless day I live.
  125. I let go of feelings that are not mine.
  126. I am fresh and clean.
  127. I am full of Iove and energy.
  128. Each day I am more and more able to love and forgive.
  129. Each day I am more and more able to love and forgive myself.
  130. I allow love to flow through me to ____________________.
  131. I forgive myself for my past mothering.
  132. I am the best mother I can be.
  133. I lovingly support all children in my care.
  134. Today, I have the courage to be uniquely myself.
  135. I give thanks for the gifts that I, alone, have to share.
  136. I accept the past, enjoy the present, and look forward to the future.
  137. I allow myself to rest in the unseen arms of God.
  138. I am supported and loved by unseen friends and mentors.
  139. I have the courage to accept comfort.
  140. I speak to myself in a loving manner.
  141. I use empowering words such as choose to, want to, and will.
  142. I make excellent choices.
  143. I am full of energy and creativity.
  144. I have all the time I need to accomplish everything I want to do.
  145. I can. I know. I can.
  146. I am in charge of my mind.
  147. I choose to think healing, loving, and thankful thoughts.
  148. I have the power to create peaceful thoughts even, in stressful situations.
  149. I choose to look at things with a “that’s good” attitude.
  150. I value myself as I would a precious diamond.
  151. By accepting myself, I reflect light to all around me.
  152. I gently explore all facets of my being and love them all.
  153. I deserve to have what I want and need.
  154. I have the courage to ask for what I want and need.
  155. I love and accept myself even when I am having a difficult time.
  156. I am a woman and I have the courage to make my own choices.
  157. I say “Yes” to life.
  158. I am light and I reflect light to others.
  159. I have to right to make my own choices.
  160. I have the right to have wants and needs.
  161. I make choices easily.
  162. I am willing to grow up.
  163. I have the courage to take responsibility for myself.
  164. I listen carefully to myself and make informed decisions.
  165. I am wise and capable.
  166. I am my own best expert, my own authority about what is right for me.
  167. I have the courage to listen to my inner wisdom.
  168. I live in the present.
  169. I can courageously handle anything as long as I take it one moment at a time.
  170. “This, too, shall pass.”
  171. I am willing to risk even when I am afraid.
  172. I am proud of myself.
  173. I am proud of myself when I dare to risk.
  174. I empower myself by accepting risk as a part of my life.
  175. I sidestep other’s negativity.
  176. My peace of mind lies in not becoming defensive.
  177. I protect myself in negative situations.
  178. I have the right to have relationships that love and support me.
  179. I make excellent choices in my close relationships.
  180. I choose to be around people who lift my spirit.
  181. I am a woman, and I have the courage to care for my body.
  182. My immune system is perfectly balancing and healing my body.
  183. I have the courage to love, appreciate, and care for my body.
  184. My body is strong and resilient.
  185. My body is a wondrous healing machine.
  186. I love and trust my body.
  187. I gently encourage my body when it is in need of healing.
  188. I pay close attention to my body.
  189. I respect my body and honor its needs.
  190. I am alert to the signals my body sends me.
  191. Each day I give the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of my being loving attention.
  192. I have the courage and discipline to live a balanced life.
  193. I enjoy staying finely tuned.
  194. I love and appreciate my body.
  195. I am proud of my body and what it can do.
  196. I am thankful for my body, which is my vehicle for moving through life.
  197. I concentrate on the pleasure of being my right weight.
  198. I enjoy nutritious food and eat the perfect amount.
  199. I have the courage to appreciate my body and take good care of it.
  200. I love and accept the age I am now.
  201. I feel young, enthusiastic, and energetic.
  202. I have the courage to face my fears about aging and share them with people I trust.
  203. I highlight the positives of being ____________________ years old.
  204. I enjoy and celebrate myself.
  205. I love who I am and who I am becoming.
  206. I am enjoying exercising.
  207. I make time to give my body the exercise it wants and needs.
  208. I am committed to my exercise program.
  209. My goal is to understand and have my words reflect what is in my heart.
  210. I have the courage to listen to others even when it is difficult or scary.
  211. I love others by listening attentively to them.
  212. In my defenselessness my safety lies.
  213. I encourage my inner child to communicate with me.
  214. By listening to my inner child I help her heal.
  215. I choose the perfect people with whom to share my feelings.
  216. I give myself permission to blow up constructively.
  217. I have the courage to express my feelings constructively.
  218. Each day I am more aware of my feelings and express them quickly and lovingly.
  219. I am aware of what I feel.
  220. I keep my communication clear by using “I messages.” I communicate how I feel without judging others.
  221. I trust myself to know what and when I need to communicate.
  222. I can wait patiently for the right time to communicate with others.
  223. I work with others to choose the best time for discussions.
  224. I am gentIe with myself and others.
  225. I have the courage to share my true feelings gently and with love.
  226. I speak to others the way I would want them to speak to me.
  227. I let critical thoughts drift effortlessly out of my mind and replace them with thoughts of support and good will.
  228. I focus on the good in myself and others.
  229. It is not my job.
  230. I have the right to have limits.
  231. I know my limits and allow myself to do what is reasonable for me.
  232. I’ am a strong and resourceful mother.
  233. I have the courage to act even though I feel afraid.
  234. I have the strength to do the things I need to do.
  235. I am strong and capable.
  236. I can do whatever I set my mind to.
  237. I have the courage to see myself filled with strength and confidence.
  238. I respond to circumstances in a healthy and helpful manner.
  239. I carefully choose my responses.
  240. I have the courage to think before I act.
  241. I give thanks for my pain and for the lessons I learn from it.
  242. I have a positive, uplifting attitude.
  243. I have the courage to explore my shadow side.
  244. I accept risks and challenges.
  245. I love and protect my inner wisdom, which helps me choose the perfect people with who to share my secrets.
  246. I love and protect my inner child as she risks exposing our secrets to the light.
  247. I take care of myself. I am powerful and strong.
  248. I love being a woman.
  249. I bloom even in difficult situations.
  250. God is loving me now.
  251. Each day I open my hurt to recognize the rainbows in my life.
  252. I allow my inner child to reveal in everyday blessings.
  253. I have the courage to believe in the miraculous.
  254. I fill myself with the beauty and peace of nature.
  255. I am valuable and loveable.
  256. I have the right to laugh and be happy.
  257. I am my own best playmate. I am feminine in the finest sense of the word.
  258. I have the courage to think before I eat.
  259. I have the courage to stand up for myself.
  260. I have a mind of my own.
  261. I like my mothering abilities.
  262. I forgive myself for any poor parenting I’ve done.
  263. I give advice sparingly and only when asked.
  264. I have the courage to look at my fears and beliefs, and free myself from those that limit me.
  265. I love and enjoy my child.
  266. I give thanks for my child and lovingly release to her highest good.
  267. I hold my child, lovingly, in open hands.
  268. I can take care of myself, and I allow others to take care of me when it is appropriate. I have the power to be who I want to be.
  269. I invite into my life the perfect people to support and nurture me.
  270. I have the courage to explore my fears.
  271. I create a safe and protected environment in which to transform my fears.
  272. I am a good person even though I sometimes feel angry.
  273. I give my inner child permission to have and express her feelings.
  274. I have the courage to work through my anger constructively.
  275. I help myself feel up by looking and straightening up.
  276. I use the power of my wonderful body/mind to feel good.
  277. I am valuable and worthwhile.
  278. I treat myself in a manner that enhances my feelings of self-worth.
  279. I am my own best friend.
  280. I love and appreciate myself.
  281. I compassionately tend my inner garden.
  282. I gently and courageously prune limiting beliefs and actions from my life.
  283. I appreciate the unique beauty I bring to my world.
  284. I congratulate myself on the person I am, and the person I am becoming.
  285. I accept myself just as I am now.
  286. I give thanks for myself and my imperfections.
  287. I give myself permission to transform and beautify my personal tapestry.
  288. I am willing to be willing to love myself.
  289. I am willing to love myself.
  290. I am a valuable and worthwhile woman.
  291. I deserve validation and praise.
  292. I have the courage to praise and validate myself.
  293. I deserve rest and relaxation.
  294. I take time 10 replenish my energy, through rest and relaxation.
  295. I am better able to love myself and others when l am rested and relaxed.
  296. I am secure and capable.
  297. I am confident and self-assured.
  298. I like myself immensely and enjoy my own company.
  299. I am the director of my life story and can choose how I act at any given moment.
  300. I have the courage to accept my mate as is.
  301. I create an atmosphere of safety in my relationship by being nonjudgmental.
  302. My mate’s uniqueness delights me.
  303. I accept the people I love as they are now.
  304. I love and accept my family and encourage them to live their lives in their own way.
  305. I search for untrue beliefs about myself and replace them with self-affirming statements.
  306. I have the courage to know I am worthwhile
  307. Each day I’m more easily aware of my attitudinal habits.
  308. I am leaving a legacy of authenticity by having the courage to be myself.
  309. I have the courage to share my secret about ____________________ with an understanding person.
  310. I listen to my inner wisdom, which helps me choose the perfect people with whom to share my secrets.
  311. I take care of myself.
  312. I make realistic demands on myself.
  313. I am better able to love myself and others because Superwoman is out to pasture.
  314. Superwoman doesn’t live here anymore.
  315. I am a woman and I have the courage to recognize rainbows.
  316. I take time to open my eyes and heart to miracles.
  317. I take time to see and appreciate nature.
  318. I have the courage to focus on beauty even in the midst of pain. I trust I am never alone.
  319. I am loved and protected in this life and beyond.
  320. I have the courage to open myself to the love that surrounds me.
  321. I allow myself to absorb love and acceptance from others.
  322. I have the courage to know I am worthy.
  323. I trust my inner butterfly.
  324. I take a few quiet minutes each day to tune into my inner self.
  325. Each day I am more able to hear the quiet whispers of my inner wings.
  326. I have the courage to take myself lightly. I encourage myself to play and have fun.
  327. I enjoy having an attitude of playfulness.
  328. I have the courage to compassionately detach from others when necessary.
  329. I lighten up about things that irritate me.
  330. I don’t get hooked because I accept others as they are.
  331. I take the time to be in and appreciate nature.
  332. I respect and love nature, and allow it to respect and love me in return.
  333. I am comforted by the strength and beauty of nature.
  334. I am a woman and I have the courage to claim the Goddess within.
  335. I welcome the wisdom and compassion of my inner priestess into my life.
  336. I easily accept the valuable lessons I learn in the school of life.
  337. I give myself credit for what I know and what I am learning.
  338. I give myself credit for what I have done.
  339. I value the wisdom I’ve gained through experience.
  340. I courageously accept my own credibility.
  341. I have the courage to revel in my humanness.
  342. I accept all of my different selves into the throne room of my heart.
  343. I am perfect just the way I am. I have nothing to be ashamed of.
  344. I tap into the invisible power in and around me.
  345. I am surrounded by forces that love and protect me.
  346. I thankfully accept the love and wisdom of my Goddess within.
  347. I express my Goddess energy by being truly who I am.
  348. I am powerful and strong.
  349. I love being a woman.
  350. I use my power and authority gently and with love.
  351. I reach out to others in empathy and understanding.
  352. I have the courage to find meaning in even my deepest pain.
  353. I see myself as a vessel and find joy in serving others.
  354. I pay attention to the Goddess within.
  355. I take time to be in the silence each day.
  356. I have all of my answers inside of myself.
  357. I have the courage to value both my feminine and masculine qualities.
  358. I create peace and harmony on our planet by first creating peace and harmony within myself.
  359. I balance and harmonize my masculine and feminine selves.
  360. I give myself the gift of adopting a mentor-mom.
  361. I welcome ____________________ into my life as a source of comfort, inspiration, and wisdom.
  362. I reach out to ____________________ in love and friendship.
  363. I am respectful of everything and everyone.
  364. I consciously practice harmless living.
  365. I have reverence for all life.

Abusive Relationship

  1. I have the right to protect myself and seek safety.
  2. I am stronger than I realize, and I can survive this.
  3. There are people and resources available to help me through this difficult time.
  4. I deserve to live a life free from fear and abuse.
  5. My safety is a priority, and I will do whatever it takes to protect myself.
  6. I am not alone; others have survived and thrived after leaving abusive situations.
  7. I can reach out for support and guidance from professionals who understand and can help.
  8. There is hope for a better life, and I am capable of creating a brighter future.
  9. I am resilient and can rebuild my life with time and support.
  10. I am worthy of a safe and nurturing relationship.
  11. I have the strength and courage to prioritize my well-being and happiness.
  12. I am not defined by my role as a wife; I am an individual with rights and autonomy.
  13. I deserve to be loved for who I am, without any form of abuse or manipulation.
  14. Leaving an abusive relationship is an act of self-preservation and strength.
  15. I can build a life free from abuse and create a positive future for myself.
  16. Asking for help is a sign of strength, not weakness.
  17. I am capable of breaking free from the cycle of abuse and creating a healthier life for myself and any children involved.
  18. I deserve to surround myself with supportive and caring people who uplift me.
  19.  

Loss of a Lover

  1. I can find happiness and meaning in life again, even without them”: Acknowledging that happiness and fulfillment are still possible after loss allows for personal growth and healing.
  2. I did the best I could, and I forgive myself for any perceived shortcomings”: Practicing self-compassion and forgiveness can help release feelings of guilt and self-blame.
  3. I am worthy of love and deserve to be treated with kindness and respect”: Recognizing self-worth helps in opening up to new relationships and connections.
  4. It’s okay to trust and open my heart to others”: Accepting that vulnerability is a natural part of forming meaningful relationships and that not everyone will hurt us.
  5. I will cherish the memories but make space for new experiences”: Allowing room for new experiences doesn’t mean forgetting or dishonoring the past but rather honoring it while embracing the present.
  6. I can create a positive future while still honoring their memory”: Integrating the loss into one’s life story can lead to finding meaning and purpose moving forward.
  7. I can keep their memory alive through acts of kindness and love”: Finding ways to honor the person they lost through positive actions can be empowering and healing.
  8. I deserve to let go of things that no longer serve me emotionally”: Recognizing that it’s okay to let go of physical reminders when the time feels right for personal healing.
  9. My happiness doesn’t diminish the love I had for them”: Finding joy in life again doesn’t mean forgetting or dismissing the love shared with the person they lost.
  10. I am not alone; there are people who care and support me”: Seeking help from loved ones or professionals during the healing process is a sign of strength, not weakness.

Bereavement

  1. Their memory lives on in my heart, and I carry their love with me always”: Acknowledging the enduring presence of the loved one’s memory can bring comfort and a sense of connection.
  2. I can honor their life by living mine to the fullest”: Embracing life and pursuing one’s dreams and passions can be a tribute to the person who has passed away.
  3. Grief is a natural process, and it’s okay to feel a range of emotions”: Accepting that grief is a natural response to loss allows for a healthier expression of emotions.
  4. I am allowed to take all the time I need to heal and grieve”: Recognizing that healing is a personal journey and giving oneself permission to grieve at their own pace.
  5. I am resilient, and I have the strength to get through this difficult time”: Trusting in one’s resilience and inner strength can help in facing the challenges of grief.
  6. I am not alone in my grief; there are people who care and understand”: Seeking support from loved ones or grief support groups can provide comfort and companionship.
  7. It’s okay to ask for help when I need it”: Recognizing that seeking help from others is a sign of strength, not weakness.
  8. I can find moments of peace and healing in nature, art, or spirituality”: Exploring activities or practices that bring solace and comfort can aid in the healing process.
  9. I can create new traditions and rituals to honor their memory”: Finding ways to commemorate the loved one’s life and create new meaningful traditions.
  10. It’s okay to smile and find joy amidst grief”: Allowing oneself to experience moments of happiness does not diminish the love or impact of the person who passed away.
  11. I am allowed to remember them fondly without feeling guilty”: Embracing memories with love and warmth can be a source of comfort and healing.
  12. I will treasure the time we had together and carry the lessons they taught me”: Focusing on the positive impact of the loved one’s presence in life can offer inspiration for personal growth.

To Your Partner

  1. “I appreciate all that you do for us.”
  2. “Your feelings are valid, and I want to understand them better.”
  3. “I love you, even when we have disagreements.”
  4. “I am committed to working through this with you.”
  5. “You are important to me, and I want to make things better.”
  6. “I am here for you, no matter what.”
  7. “I respect your perspective and want to hear more.”
  8. “I believe in us and our ability to overcome challenges.”
  9. “You are strong, and I admire your resilience.”
  10. “I care deeply about your happiness and well-being.”
  11. “Your emotions matter to me, and I want to support you.”
  12. “We are a team, and I am on your side.”
  13. “I see the good in you, even when things are tough.”
  14. “You are my partner, and I value our relationship.”
  15. “I am grateful for your presence in my life.”
  16. “I want to create a peaceful and loving environment for us.”
  17. “I am willing to listen and understand where you’re coming from.”
  18. “You deserve to be heard and respected.”
  19. “I believe in the strength of our relationship.”
  20. “I love you, and I am willing to work on our issues together.”

To Your Child

  1. “I believe in you and your abilities.”
  2. “I know you can do this, let’s try together.”
  3. “You are capable of great things.”
  4. “I love you, no matter what.”
  5. “Your efforts are appreciated, even when things are tough.”
  6. “I am proud of you for trying.”
  7. “You are important to me, and I want to help you succeed.”
  8. “Let’s work together to figure this out.”
  9. “It’s okay to make mistakes; that’s how we learn.”
  10. “I see your strengths, and I know you can overcome this.”
  11. “I am here to support you.”
  12. “You are loved, even when things aren’t perfect.”
  13. “I appreciate your unique qualities.”
  14. “You have so much potential, and I believe in you.”
  15. “We can solve this problem together.”
  16. “Your ideas and feelings matter to me.”
  17. “I know you can make good choices.”
  18. “I trust you to do the right thing.”
  19. “You are a valuable part of this family.”
  20. “Let’s find a way to make this easier for you.”
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