Affirmations for Chronic pain (47+)

Affirmations for Chronic pain

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  • Lie comfortably flat on the back with a support under the knees and under the head
  • Make a commitment to not fall asleep
  • Gently draw the tips of the shoulder blades together, then let them rest naturally
  • Lengthen the tailbone and low back; let it rest naturally
  • Slightly tuck the chin into the chest, then let it rest
  • If laying on the back isn’t an option, lay on your most comfortable side or sit tall in a chair
  • If lying on your side, place a support under the head and between the knees and ankles. You can also place a support between the arms, like you are cuddling with a teddy bear
  • If sitting in a chair, place both feet flat on the earth as you lengthen the spine toward sky. Your chin is parallel with the earth and the shoulders draw down the back
  • Close the eyes and slowly inhale through the nose, being aware that you are inhaling
  • Exhale gently out through the nose, being aware that you are exhaling
  • Soften the jaw, tongue and any other muscles you may be tightening
  • Calmly and slowly breathe in and out through the nose, silently repeating the positive affirmation mantra “Every day I am getting healthier and feeling better. I am healed.”
  • I have the mind, heart and soul of a warrior.
  • I look forward to each new day as it gives me a new chance to grow.
  • I am creative, strategic and resilient – all qualities needed to manage a chronic illness.
  • I know that when I want to quit, I won’t. When you’re ready to quit, it’s usually the moment right before miracles happen.
  • I know the word “disease” can be broken down to “dis” and “ease”. Therefore, I make
  • decisions to help me be in a state of ease in life.
  • I understand the value of self-reflection as it helps me understand myself better.
  • I appreciate the principles of affirmations as they act as a personal guide and motivational
  • reinforcement.
  • I know that my attitude is only a thought with an attached emotion. Therefore, I have the power to manifest it in a positive way.
  • My illness lives with me but it is not who I am. I successfully separate my obstacles from how I define myself.
  • I have the power to be who I want to be. But I must be wise enough to understand that this goal is forever evolving and adapting to my circumstances.
  • Today, I choose peace. I am at peace with my pain.
  • Today, I choose love. I love my pain because I know it will help me heal.
  • Today, I choose support. I create a body that will support me.
  • Today, I choose to listen. I listen so that I can learn from my pain.
  • Today, I choose gratitude. I give thanks to what my disease has taught me.
  • I know that I choose my own happiness. My illness does not limit me.
  • I know that I am not my illness. It does not define me.
  • I know that my pain only has as much power as I give it. That is why I give it no power.
  • I know that channelling thoughts about healing and restoration helps me every day.
  • I know that I have control of my body. I cannot allow pain to control me.
  • I am grateful for all the experiences I have – whether they’re easy or challenging.
  • I am at peace with my pain. I can live alongside it without anger.
  • I am committed to ensuring I improve – mentally, physically, emotionally.
  • I release feelings of pain and discomfort from my body when I put my mind to it.
  • I release the toxicity of my illness with every breath I exhale.
  • I release good vibes to the people who are healthy around me. I know that goodness is rewarded with more goodness.
  • I release negative thoughts from my mind and attract what’s good. I know I need good thoughts to heal.
  • I release the frustration I feel because of my pain. I will not let it get the better of me.
  • I learn from my pain every day. With each lesson, I prove to myself I am ready to move on.
  • Every part of my body is ready to let go of the illness and pain.
  • Every part of my body radiates with vitality and energy.
  • I treat my body with respect and compassion because I know they are essential for good health.
  • I am patient with the process because I know that the setback is never as great as the comeback.
  • Energy and vitality run through my veins every day.
  • I am happy knowing that I do everything in my power to restore my good health.
  • I can harness the power of laughter to restore my vitality.
  • I spend time with people who encourage healthy habits and an energetic lifestyle because I know that goodness is contagious.
  • I am aware that my body is regenerating all the time and I need to do everything in my power to help it.
  • I respect that my body may not feel amazing every day, but it doesn’t mean I can’t aim for it.
  • I love the fact that this experience is making me more in tune with my body than I have ever been before.
  • I am disciplined because I know the benefits of proper eating and exercise.
  • I am disciplined with my diet and exercise because I love the way that it supports my healing.
  • I am disciplined in taking the drinks and supplements I need to help me attain great vitality.
  • I can look past the taste of my medication and supplements because of how amazing I feel when I adhere to my regime.
  • I know that food is the most fundamental form of medicine, that is why I eat foods that only support my health.
  • I feel that my body is in a state of harmony. I am working towards achieving perfect balance.
  • I respect the fact that I need to sleep. Sleep puts me into a deep state of relaxation that enables my vitality and energy.
  • I deserve to be healthy and happy. They are natural human rights that you have to harness yourself.
  • I am not fooled by my condition. I know that everyone needs to earn good health at some point. I am not alone. I am not a victim.
  • I am not fooled by my condition. I know that everyone needs to create their own happiness. I am not alone. I am not a victim
  • I know that I need to look at my body with compassion and love. It cannot heal without these powerful forces.
  • I am passionate about health and wellness. I use these two things to build my vitality.
  • My obligation to myself is to make decisions that bring only good health and good vibes.
  • I am worthy of living a life with good health.
  • I will never let other people’s stories of poor health scare me. I know that fear cannot help me improve my own health.
  • I accept where I am physically right now because I know that with every dip, there needs to be a rise too.
  • I can appreciate healing and health so much more because of what I have been through so it is not a waste of experience.
  • I take full responsibility for my health. I am not a victim of my circumstances.
  • I know that I can maintain my health by eating the right foods, meditating and exercising.
  • These aren’t chores – they’re my lifestyle.
  • Tomorrow, I will wake up stronger than I did today.
  • I know I deserve to live a healthy life
  • I know that healing has major importance in my life.
  • I know that in some way, even if I can’t see it, I am healing every day.
  • I know the importance of forgiveness because it helps with my healing.
  • I know healing takes time, this is why I do not get frustrated with the process.
  • I can and I will fight through anything so that I can heal in the way that I deserve.
  • I feel empowered and motivated when I think about my healing.
  • I choose to be a fighter. I will fight my way to restoration.
  • I accept where I am right now. This allows me to move closer towards healing effectively.
  • I know that I am healing within while I am asleep and awake.
  • I appreciate the fact that I can meet incredible people along my journey to health.
  • I know that with every step toward better health that I take – I can help someone else take that same step.
  • I know that when I see progress in others it means that I can progress too. It is an inspiration to see others heal.
  • I am dedicated to seeing my doctors, taking my medication and doing the therapy I need to do so that I can continue healing.
  • I can see that the people who love me are in full support of my healing journey.
  • I wake up with optimism. I know every day gives me a new opportunity to heal and grow.
  • I understand that the obstacles I face today serve a higher purpose. I must be patient as I learn what this is.
  • I set my goals around my healing because I know it’s important.
  • I see my struggles with health as challenges that I am able to overcome.
  • I accept that I can’t comprehend just how far my ability for healing can extend. I must just have faith and go with it.
  • I can’t do everything today, but I can take one small step.
  • I will do what not many others are willing to do. And I will be successful.
  • My ability to conquer my challenges is limitless; my potential to succeed is infinite.
  • Everything that is happening now is happening for my ultimate good.
  • My efforts are being supported by the universe; my dreams manifest into reality before my eyes.
  • I never make conscientious decisions that will result in me feeling bad.
  • I know that I must not resist my negative feelings because what I resist will persist. Instead, I accept and move forward.
  • My mental health concerns aren’t stronger than my willpower.
  • I recognise the things that I love about myself. This helps me stay in a state conducive to healing.
  • I focus on feeling good when my mind tries to take me elsewhere.
  • I know that the challenges I face are opportunities for growth. I must be patient with the process.
  • I know that mistakes are the starting point for success. I must trust that these circumstances aren’t pointless.
  • I am intelligent, patient and open-minded enough to find new ways to overcome my challenges.
  • I am patient and kind to myself every day.
  • I am aware that my mind is strong and resilient.
  • My mental health is a priority and I cannot push it aside. It deserves my full attention.
  • I know that I have the ability to create health and happiness.
  • I take the time to be introspective. I make regular visits within myself to better understand what I need and why.
  • I am always learning new things about the depths of my mind and my mental wellbeing. Life is truly a journey.
  • I acknowledge that it is only a thought, and a thought can be changed.

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