Affirmations for boundaries (53+)

Affirmations for boundaries

  • “No” is a strong expression of self-affirmation I can make.
  • All is well.
  • And there is always neutral space between our boundaries.
  • Another person’s universe of wants, feelings and desires are contained within their boundaries.
  • Boundaries are a practice in truth and love.
  • boundaries, and other peoples boundaries.
  • boundaries, what’s not me or mine.
  • boundaries.
  • energetic boundaries automatically filter what to let in and what to keep out.
  • energetic boundaries.
  • essence more into my real life.
  • from other people.
  • How people treat me is their karma; how I react is mine. (paraphrased from a quote by Dr. Wayne Dyer)
  • I accept myself as I am. I love & forgive myself for choices I have made in the past.
  • I always choose who I allow to enter into my inner life.
  • I always have a right to my needs. I always have a right to at a minimum be
  • I always have and perceive the neutral space that’s there, between my
  • I always have choice in who I let close and how close I let them through the
  • I always have choice on when I allow information from others in, and when I keep
  • I always set limits on any unacceptable behavior from others.
  • I am a giver AND I am not above receiving.
  • I AM a great communicator.
  • I am allowed to ask for what I need.
  • I AM appreciative of my loved ones and everything they do for me, and I am also appreciated in return.
  • I AM compassionate and considerate.
  • I AM constantly experiencing improvements in my relationships.
  • I am divinely protected and supported.
  • I am enough.
  • I am inherently loved, just by being me.
  • I am love.
  • I am one-of-a-kind and worthy of love and admiration.
  • I am safe.
  • I am strong.
  • I can be seen and heard without raising my voice.
  • I can choose who and how I want to be in each new moment.
  • I can easily differentiate which experiences are my own and which are coming
  • I can easily discern between appropriate behavior and inappropriate behavior in
  • I can easily make up my mind.
  • I can hold a space for others to work through their problems without taking their problems into my own hands.
  • I can respect the feelings of others and still honor my own.
  • I can speak up for myself and listen, really listen, to what others have to say.
  • I can stand strong in my own presence without making others feel less-than.
  • I can stand up for what I believe in without shunning someone else’s truth.
  • I daily have my own approval.
  • I do not have to anticipate the needs of others.
  • I do what I need to do to keep my light, so that I can be a light for those around me.
  • I don’t need permission to follow my own heart.
  • I don’t need the opinions of others to understand who I am.
  • I don’t need to accept every invitation to an argument.
  • I don’t need to explain every decision I make.
  • I don’t need to fight to feel better about who I am and what I know — I just need to know myself enough to let others be who they are, too.
  • I easily sense and determine what my own inner life is.
  • I forgive myself for things I cannot change.
  • I get to choose who I will become in the future.
  • I give myself the full right to have my own inner world, and I always grant others
  • I have a right and a duty to set and enforce limits to protect my self-esteem, maintain self-respect, and enjoy healthy relationships.
  • I have a right to my feelings.
  • I have a right to my own feelings.
  • I have amazing multi layer protective and nourishing energetic boundaries.
  • I have healthy boundaries in place to protect me.
  • I have loving and harmonious relationships with everybody in my life.
  • I have the ability to discover, be, and live from my true self, being aware of the
  • I honor the balance of give and take in my life.
  • I know my unique individuality and can distinguish and keep out of my
  • I listen to my intuition.
  • I love myself. I create healthy, happy experiences in my life.
  • I manage contact with others well, keeping the integrity, freedom and expression
  • I never accommodate requests that don’t feel good to me.
  • I never give up my own inner world to get acceptance or approval from others.
  • I never ignore or overlook my actual experience. I never dismiss or mute my own
  • I only ever create adult to adult connections, with the other adults in my life.
  • I trust how I feel.
  • I use my power to intentionally create my future moving forward.
  • I’m always aware of my own inner life, and I know that it’s different from
  • I’m always aware of what I am really feeling, thinking, and wanting in any
  • I’m always inside the membrane of my energetic boundaries. All of my inner
  • If someone asks me to do something that’s outside of the limits I’ve set, I easily and
  • inherent love, fullness and happiness of my True Self.
  • internal experiences. I always hold attentive space for my own inner life.
  • It is my job to make me happy.
  • It is not my job to fix others.
  • It is not my job to take responsibility for others.
  • It is okay if others get angry.
  • It is okay to say no.
  • it out.
  • It’s always my decision who I let close and how close I let them.
  • It’s easy for me to say “no” or “I need some time to think about it” to the desires
  • It’s healthy for me to form and maintain boundaries.
  • It’s not for me to decide the lessons someone else needs to learn.
  • It’s not my responsibility to change other people; others’ responsibilities do not belong to me.
  • It’s okay to let my scars and imperfections show because I’m beautifully human and I’m proud to be here.
  • It’s okay to say No and feel good about saying it. It’s okay to let go of my own expectations now and then.
  • It’s okay to spend time alone without explaining myself.
  • material is contained within the membrane of my energetic boundaries.
  • membranes of my energetic boundaries.
  • My 360-degree impersonal boundary system is always and unapologetically on. As
  • my chakras pick up on the signals in my local and nonlocal environments, my
  • My feelings are my compass.
  • My impersonal energetic boundaries automatically and decisively reject other
  • My impersonal energetic boundaries only allow the energy, people, guidance,
  • My impersonal unapologetic boundaries are always on. I set limits and stick to them easily.
  • My inner life of beliefs, thoughts, feelings, decisions, choices, experiences, wants,
  • My personal universe of wants, feelings, and desires are contained within my
  • My relationships are meaningful and rewarding.
  • myself and from others.
  • needs, intuitions, sensations within my body, are all contained within the
  • No one could be better at being me.
  • Nobody has to agree with me.
  • of myself healthy.
  • or wishes of other’s.
  • people’s disowned low frequency material.
  • psychological space ends, and where mine begins.
  • sharing of my inner world.
  • situation.
  • someone else’s.
  • The more I love myself, the more I enjoy loving, supportive relationships with life and others.
  • The past has no power over my present.
  • the right to have their own inner worlds.
  • There is always neutral space between my boundaries and another person’s
  • There is always neutral space between where someone else’s physical and
  • There is no boundary intrusion that is justified.
  • They help me to listen to my inner voice and use my vital force to follow my instincts.
  • This is my life, after all, and it’s my job to figure out what’s best for me.
  • thoughts, situations, opportunities, and healings that bring my core spiritual
  • To develop our own self worth intrinsically
  • To learn how to protect ourselves
  • To learn to NOT trust INappropriate others
  • To learn to say no (without feeling selfish or guilty)
  • To learn to trust appropriate others
  • To not extend the benefit of doubt to those who are not trustworthy
  • To Not take the guilt trip bait or inordinate amount of blame or shame
  • To put ourselves first without feeling selfish
  • To understand that bad people exist in the world
  • treated with respect.
  • unapologetically say “no.”
  • Unconditional acceptance
  • Validation
  • What other people do and say may affect me, but at the end of the day, what goes on inside of me is my own responsibility.

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