Affirmations for acceptance (35+)

Affirmations for acceptance

  • I AM whole and complete.
  • I choose wholeness.
  • I choose to love and accept myself.
  • I AM willing to accept my wholeness.
  • I bring consciousness instead of judgment to myself.
  • My imperfections make me beautiful ~ Suzanne Heyn
  • I accept and love myself the way I am.
  • I celebrate all of who I am.
  • I AM everything.
  • I deeply approve of all that I am.
  • I approve of every single part of me.
  • I accept all that I AM.
  • I accept and forgive my flaws.
  • My opinion of me is the only opinion that really matters.
  • I embrace my wholeness.
  • Clarity and distinctiveness pervade my thinking. My inner vision is clear and focused.
  • I am gifted with a comprehensive recall and a good memory.
  • I have strong powers of concentration. I think precisely what I choose to think.
  • I have complete control over admitting or excluding external and internal stimuli.
  • I am accustomed to making logical connections.
  • I readily distinguish between what is important to remember and the trivia and minutia that clutters the mind.
  • I get the point quickly and can respond immediately in complex conversations.
  • I have an excellent vocabulary upon which I continuously expand by reading, listening, and engaging in conversation with people more brilliant than I.
  • I have a strong grasp of detail and excellent view of perspective.
  • I see clearly with my mind’s eye how dramatically the world has changed and how that change accelerates.
  • I have an expanded breadth and depth of interest, information, and knowledge that I constantly feed and update through multiple medium.
  • I live with the ambition to be the best that I can be. I always “think big”.
  • I know I will grow continuously as long as I live.
  • Only I can change the world I have created. There is no danger in change.
  • To get what I really want, I must change. I have the power to change.
  • I am a free person in an unfree world. I am in touch with my inner freedom. I act with initiative.
  • I have exceptional tolerance for severe physical pain.
  • I am highly motivated. I have boundless energy and undying enthusiasm.
  • I live my own life. I live in my own lifestyle.
  • I freely exert my own judgment. I have my own considered opinion on most issues.
  • I make decisions at the right time. I know the importance of timing.
  • I always look ahead, whether driving a vehicle, planning for the day, thinking about life, or making strategic choices.
  • I learn very quickly. I have an unquenchable faith in the continuous sharpening of my mental abilities.
  • I have an excellent grasp of detail and view of perspective.
  • I love and accept myself. I am unique and loving; loved and free.
  • I feel very secure. I have an abiding peace of mind. I feel safe and protected.
  • I live exactly the way I want to live. I lead a very rich life.
  • I am a good person – kind, considerate, generous, understanding, helpful. I am compassionate.
  • I am an extremely fortunate and happy person.
  • I am very centered and secure. I am a strong person.
  • I am persistent and will always be rewarded for my persistence. I possess an unwavering singleness of purpose for that about which I am passionate.
  • I have the strength to manage my anxiety. I make constructive use of my negative feelings.
  • I am a person with strong self-confidence tempered by the wisdom of experience.
  • I am a dignified person.
  • I am a rich treasure ready to be found.
  • I have the right to feel the way I do.
  • It is natural and easy for me to see beauty.
  • I can adapt myself to ever-changing situations.
  • I have the fortitude to move forward, and do so with confidence, from the most frustrating and confusing situations.
  • I understand how others perceive me.
  • I behave intelligently in the areas of fundamental health, nutrition, rest, recreation, education, career, finances, law, and social responsibility.
  • I am well informed about public affairs, politics, scientific and technological advances, developments in literature and other arts, economy and finance, sports, key world problems, and expectations for the future.
  • I live each day as though there will be no tomorrow.
  • I know that life proceeds in cycles and that the nature of the cycles themselves is unpredictable. The only thing predictable is that life continually changes.
  • I love a challenge. I love competition. I translate this mindset into continuous action.
  • I am in touch with the “real world”. I have no illusions.
  • Day by day I am learning to trust the flow of life.
  • Everything in my life depends on me.
  • I accept 100% responsibility for everything in my life.
  • I accept all comments I receive as compliments.
  • I accept all things as they are.
  • I accept and appreciate my current situation.
  • I accept and appreciate the reality I have created for myself.
  • I accept and release everything in my life that is beyond my power to change.
  • I accept apologies with compassion.
  • I accept complete responsibility for everything in my life.
  • I accept complete responsibility for my actions.
  • I accept complete responsibility for my attitude.
  • I accept complete responsibility for my beliefs.
  • I accept complete responsibility for my emotions.
  • I accept complete responsibility for my thoughts.
  • I accept financial abundance in my life right now.
  • I accept life as a delightful experience.
  • I accept life without judgment or criticism.
  • I accept myself completely and unconditionally.
  • I accept myself totally.
  • I accept only positive possibilities.
  • I accept other people’s realities as being as valid as my own.
  • I accept others as they are, and they accept me as I am.
  • I accept others as they are, without trying to change them.
  • I accept others exactly as they are.
  • I accept that all things are possible with intent and belief.
  • I accept the decisions of others, and realize that it is their right to make their own choices.
  • I accept the world the way it is.
  • I accept total responsibility for all of my words and actions.
  • I accept total responsibility for my actions, emotions, thoughts and beliefs.
  • I accept total responsibility for the consequences of my words and actions.
  • I accept who I am now, and look forward to becoming even better.
  • I acknowledge and accept endless possibilities for my life.
  • I acknowledge and accept my needs and actively seek to fulfill them.
  • I allow my mind to accept and enjoy all that is good and positive in my life.
  • I allow myself to learn from all the relationships I have allowed into my life.
  • I am at peace with the community of man.
  • I am at peace with the reality of physical death.
  • I am learning to accept the small pleasures of life as and when they happen.
  • I am open to receive all good things into my life.
  • I am open to receive all the abundance the world has to offer.
  • I am open to the gifts of the universe.
  • I am totally at peace with my past.
  • I celebrate my wins and accept my losses with equal appreciation.
  • I choose to experience this moment, just as it is.
  • I choose to feel good about myself.
  • I commit myself to developing the highest level of acceptance in my life.
  • I completely accept myself as I am right now, and accept the responsibility to improve myself every day.
  • I easily accept the generosity of others.
  • I easily and graciously accept compliments.
  • I express my love for humanity by accepting it as it is.
  • I give myself permission to be powerful.
  • I happily accept that which is for my highest good.
  • I happily accept the things about me that I cannot change.
  • I know that I am good enough to have the life I want.
  • I know that I belong right here, right now.
  • I know that perfection is a pipe dream, and that just being myself is more than enough.
  • I love and accept myself as I am right now.
  • I love people as they are… with all their faults and failings.
  • I now assume mental ownership of all the objects I need and desire.
  • I only have to accept universal well-being to receive it.
  • I recognize and accept my whole being – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
  • I release all notions of controlling those things which are beyond my control.
  • I relax and allow the universe to give me what I want and need.
  • I run my own life, and let others run theirs.
  • I see the world through eyes of love and acceptance.
  • I take full responsibility for making the most of my life.
  • I totally accept myself and all others.
  • I totally accept those things beyond my control.
  • I trust the flow and processes of my life.
  • I unconditionally accept everyone I meet as they are.
  • I unconditionally accept the chosen reality of others.
  • I willingly accept those things which are beyond my power to control.
  • I willingly let go of trying to control every tiny detail, and let peace and acceptance guide my life.
  • It is alright to have my own beliefs.
  • It is easy for me to accept those things which I need.
  • It is my greatest desire to live each and every day with complete acceptance.
  • Life is okay the way it is right now.
  • My heart and mind are open to the unlimited possibilities of the universe.
  • My mind is open to all possibilities.
  • My mind is open to receive all the gifts of the universe.
  • The universe accepts me just as I am.
  • Through total acceptance, I allow myself to reach my highest potential.
  • Today I willingly release the need to control the world around me.
  • With love and acceptance, I easily change and grow.

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