Morning affirmations to start the day (27+)

Morning affirmations to start the day

  • I am peaceful and whole.
  • I am proof enough of who I am and what I deserve.
  • I am responsible for myself, and I start there.
  • I am safe and surrounded by love and support.
  • I am still learning so it’s okay to make mistakes.
  • I am understood and my perspective is important.
  • I am valued and helpful.
  • I am well-rested and excited for the day.
  • I am worthy of investing in myself.
  • I belong here, and I deserve to take up space.
  • Asking for help is a sign of self-respect and self-awareness.
  • Changing my mind is a strength, not a weakness.
  • Every decision I make is supported by my whole and inarguable experience.
  • I affirm and encourage others, as I do myself.
  • I alone hold the truth of who I am.
  • I am allowed to ask for what I want and what I need.
  • I am allowed to feel good.
  • I am capable of balancing ease and effort in my life.
  • I am complete as I am, others simply support me.
  • I am content and free from pain.
  • I am doing the work that works for me.
  • I am good and getting better.
  • I am growing and I am going at my own pace.
  • I am held and supported by those who love me.
  • I am in charge of how I feel and I choose to feel happy.
  • I am listening and open to the messages the universe has to offer today.
  • I am loved and worthy.
  • I am more than my circumstances dictate.
  • I am open to healing.
  • I am optimistic because today is a new day.
  • I can control how I respond to things that are confronting.
  • I can hold two opposing feelings at once, it means I am processing.
  • I celebrate the good qualities in others and myself.
  • I deserve an affirming touch on my own terms.
  • I deserve information and I deserve moments of silence, too.
  • I deserve self-respect and a clean space.
  • I do all things in love
  • I do not have to linger in dark places; there is help for me here.
  • I do not pretend to be anyone or anything other than who I am.
  • I do not rise and fall for another.
  • I do not rush through my life, I temper speed with stillness.
  • I embrace change seamlessly and rise to the new opportunity it presents.
  • I embrace the questions in my heart and welcome the answers in their own time.
  • I grow towards my interests, like a plant reaching for the sun.
  • I have come farther than I would have ever thought possible, and I’m learning along the way.
  • I have everything I need to succeed.
  • I hold community for others, and am held in community by others.
  • I hold wisdom beyond knowledge.
  • I invite abundance and a generous heart.
  • I invite art and music into my life.
  • I leave room in my life for spontaneity.
  • I let go of the things that sit achingly out of reach.
  • I look forward to tomorrow and the opportunities that await me.
  • I love that I love what I love.
  • I make decisions based on a good gut, I make changes based on a growing heart.
  • I make time to experience grief and sadness when necessary.
  • I nourish myself with kind words and joyful foods.
  • I practice gratitude for all that I have, and all that is yet to come.
  • I release the fears that do not serve me.
  • I respect the cycle of the seasons.
  • I seek out mystery in the ordinary.
  • I strive for joy, not for perfection.
  • I tell the truth about who I am and what I need from others.
  • I uplift my joy and the joy of others.
  • I welcome the wisdom that comes with growing older.
  • I welcome what is, I welcome what comes.
  • My feelings deserve names, deserve recognition, deserve to be felt.
  • My heart is open to helpfulness from myself and from others.
  • My heart knows its own way.
  • My life is not a race or competition.
  • My perspective is unique and important.
  • My pleasure does not require someone else’s pain.
  • My sensitivity is beautiful, and my feelings and emotions are valid.
  • My weirdness is wonderful.
  • Saying “no” is an act of self-affirmation, too.
  • Sometimes the work is resting.
  • There is growth in stillness.
  • There is peace in changing your mind when it is done in love.
  • There is poetry in everything, if I look for it.
  • There is room for me at the table.
  • There is something in this world that only I can do. That is why I am here.
  • There is strength in quiet, there is vulnerability in being loud.
  • Today I celebrate that I am younger than I’m ever going to be.
  • Today is an opportunity to grow and learn.
  • When I feel fear, I feed trust.
  • When I focus on my reason for being, I am infinitely brave.
  • When I forgive myself, I free myself.
  • When I release shame, I move into myself more beautifully.
  • When I root into the earth, the earth rises to support me.
  • When I speak my needs, I receive them abundantly.
  • When I talk to myself as I would a friend, I see all my best qualities and I allow myself to shine.
  • I love myself.
  • I am willing to love and accept myself.
  • Piece by piece, I accept myself as a whole at my core.
  • I am enough.
  • I am worthy of happiness, and I’m meant to be a bigger source of joy for the world.
  • The universe is conspiring on behalf of the highest good of all.
  • Life isn’t just happening to me; it’s happening for me.
  • I am worthy of love, and I’m loved because I am alive.
  • I am more than my thoughts, pain, and past.
  • Without question, I can conquer anything.
  • Words may shape me, but they do not make me. I am here already.

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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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