Affirmations for unity (31+)

Affirmations for unity

  • I am resilient and will get through this moment and all circumstances to follow.
  • I am thankful for God’s goodness, grace, and mercy.
  • I am thoughtful with the words I speak.
  • I believe that God is able, and will, get us on one accord.
  • I can choose to set boundaries in my relationships that no longer serve or support me.
  • I cannot control the actions of others; therefore, I will not attempt to.
  • I celebrate in advance because I trust that the best is yet to come, and I know it will be better and sweeter than we could have ever imagined.
  • I choose to be mindful and present so that I can notice all the beauty and joy that I am grateful for.
  • I choose to create and continue traditions that are meaningful to me.
  • I choose to give of myself fully and authentically, even if it requires me to be vulnerable and challenge myself.
  • I choose to listen to my mind and body and what I need.
  • I get to choose how I respond to any situation on this holiday and otherwise.
  • I give myself permission to step away and take a break if I become distressed or anxious.
  • I prioritize a healthy lifestyle.
  • I release my regrets of the past. I forgive myself for what I did not know. I am grateful that I now know better.
  • I set healthy boundaries to protect my mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.
  • I speak clarity of thought and discernment into our home.
  • I speak life into my family.
  • I speak peace and serenity into our home.
  • I speak restoration: physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, socially, spiritually.
  • I think twice before I initiate conversation or respond.
  • I trust that we are moving in the right direction.
  • I trust that we are on the brink of a new season and a breakthrough.
  • I will act out of love rather than fear.
  • I will be more open to accepting what is rather than what my mind tells me was and should be.
  • I will be proactive about adding humor in my life as it lends to my overall well-being.
  • I will commit to being my best self, even if I do not feel like it.
  • I will compare myself to me rather than comparing myself to others.
  • I will create moments of joy intentionally.
  • I will do the best I can. That is all I can do.
  • I will engage in self-care, contemplation, and personal enhancement.
  • I will give up my attachments and expectations to commit to further personal growth.
  • I will make it a point to focus on the goodness of the season.
  • I will offer empathy and compassion to myself and others.
  • I will seize the opportunity to narrate a new story for myself, one I am personally proud of and feel empowered by.
  • I will treat myself with kindness, patience, and understanding.
  • If I want and need it, I will ask for help and/or support.
  • In whatever I choose to do, I will make the best of it and find where I can thrive.
  • Kindness is a gift I will be offering for this holiday.
  • My family is blessed
  • My family is highly favored
  • My family is working in perfect harmony
  • My family puts God first
  • No attack from the enemy will prosper.
  • The devil has no place in our home, our thoughts, or the energy between us.
  • We are intentional about building and maintaining a support system around us.
  • We get help when we need it.
  • We operate from a place of patience, compassion, and understanding.
  • We prioritize healthy relationships.
  • We seek wise counsel.
  • We take the necessary steps to fight for our family.

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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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