Affirmations for abuse survivors (31+)

Affirmations for abuse survivors

  • The more I like myself the more others like themselves.
  • I am a happy, healthy, wholesome, beautiful, positive, prosperous person.
  • I am a unique and priceless person, coming from a unique and perfect pattern within me.
  • I am an extremely well liked and pleasing person.
  • I am extremely successful in everything I do and say.
  • I give myself all the permission I need to do what I know is best.
  • I trust and rely upon my excellent sense of judgement in everything I do.
  • I am the best judge of what is best for me, and I trust my judgement completely.
  • I have complete and unconditional worth as a person in this universe.
  • I am fully competent and capable in everything that I decide to do.
  • All of my accomplishments are because I am a fully functioning, capable, competent human being.
  • My worth as a human being is unconditional, and other people unconditionally like me.
  • I am respected and well-liked by all people that I know.
  • I accept and acknowledge unconditionally my individuality and unique personality.
  • I respect myself, I respect all other persons, and all other people respect me.
  • I can trust myself completely as my life unfolds to create my own unique story. I am highly creative, intelligent, attractive, energetic, sexy, witty,smart, healthy, wealthy, and wise.
  • I am a self determined person, and I allow others the same right.
  • I can say No to other people and know I remain loved and cared for.
  • Other people have the right to say No to me and I know that we still love and care for each other.
  • I have the right and responsibility to express my anger and remain loved, and I take responsibility to clean up any mess and restore harmony when appropriate.
  • I love myself unconditionally just as I am.
  • I am a worthwhile person.
  • I am still loveable when I make mistakes.
  • It’s okay to talk, trust and feel today.
  • God loves me just as I am.
  • I survived what I went through.
  • I have the right to change my mind.
  • I deserve love, not abuse.
  • “NO” is a complete sentence.
  • I have choice today.
  • I have hope.
  • I deserve to live and enjoy life.
  • I will face my fear of…..
  • It is okay to be sad and grieve for my childhood.
  • I can do this one day at a time.
  • I can and will breathe through this.
  • I’m allowed to be kind to myself.
  • I make a difference.
  • I am strong and capable.
  • I give myself permission to live.
  • I am resourceful and will get through this.
  • I am strong enough to do what I need to do to get through.
  • Other people do not determine my worth.
  • It may hurt now, but it will not hurt forever.
  • I give myself permission to do what I need to do for recovery and healing.
  • I choose to believe in myself.
  • I am not a failure when I make mistakes.
  • I am not responsible for my abuse, my abuser is.
  • It wasn’t my fault.
  • Today I have a choice.
  • I am stronger than all of the challenges life throws at me
  • I have survived everything in my past and I can survive everything in my future
  • I am capable of healing and reaching my greatest dreams
  • I survived the abuse I faced, meaning that I have been empowered from the day I was born
  • I live my life with confidence
  • I have the courage to face any challenge in life
  • Strength flows through me constantly
  • I am capable of manifesting confidence
  • My voice is one of strength and power
  • Every day I wake up with new strength
  • Survivors of abuse like myself are the most powerful people in this world
  • Empowerment is accessible to me
  • Every action I take is from my empowered heart
  • I can overcome any hardship in my life
  • I am cloaked in confidence
  • My heart shines of the power to help me face any difficulty
  • Empowerment is something that sings through my every action
  • The strength I had to survive is still with me today
  • No one can take my strength from me
  • I will remain empowered even in the face of antagonism
  • I can do amazing things with my life
  • My strength is in my softness
  • I am powerful and capable no matter what emotion I’m feeling
  • I can overcome anything
  • Self empowerment is infinite and bright within me
  • I am not quite healed; I am a healing-in-progress.
  • I was a needy, innocent child; someone took advantage of me. I wasn’t bad; something bad was
  • done to me.
  • I matter to God—the one who has the power to heal me.
  • God gave me emotions; the more I heal, the more aware I become of what I feel.
  • I may feel lonely, but I am never alone; God is with me.
  • When I speak aloud about my shame, I am healing my shame and empowering myself.
  • I’ll never be fully healed if I hide the secrets of my past. A big step—and a difficult one—is to
  • move out of darkness into light.
  • I don’t like to feel the pain again, but the only way out of the pain is to go through it again.
  • Grief is not my enemy; it testifies that what happened really does matter.
  • I can turn from the lies I believed; I can embrace the truth because the truth sets me free.
  • Forgiveness is difficult for me, but it’s simple for God. He’s the expert, and he teaches me how
  • to forgive.
  • My perpetrator(s) did wrong. My best revenge is to extend compassion.
  • Admitting I need help is a sign of humility, not weakness. Reaching out for help is a sign of
  • courage.
  • My childhood was stolen from me, but I can rescue my inner child and become whole.
  • I don’t have to keep listening to the same words inside my head. I have the power to change
  • them.
  • Because I seek divine wisdom, I will receive it, and I will grow.
  • I am capable of transforming negative experiences into something positive.
  • I am worthy of respect and equality.
  • Everything will work out for my highest good.
  • I am opening my heart and learning to trust again.
  • I am rational, balanced and know my truth.
  • No one can take my truth away from me. I speak my truth, even if my voice shakes.
  • It’s okay to not be okay.
  • Every emotion is legitimate. I let myself be happy, sad, frustrated and hurt. This is my experience, and I am accepting it.
  • Each day, I am creating a more meaningful life.
  • I am changing in positive ways. I am making peace with my past and accepting myself.
  • I make healthy choices and choose to love myself a bit more every day.
  • My life is divinely guided.
  • I am exactly where I need to be on my journey.
  • I am safe at this moment.
  • Today, I choose to focus on the things I can control.
  • My needs and wants are just as important as anyone else’s. I trust my instincts and listen to my inner wisdom.

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Research Resources

Manifestations are sometimes viewed as pseudoscience but there is some interesting research that does at least give you some reason to believe otherwise.
See here, here, and here.

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