Self love affirmations for body talk (43+)

Self love affirmations for body talk

  • I love my body and I love myself.
  • I am perfect and complete just the way I am.
  • I feed my body healthy nourishing food and give it healthy nourishing exercise because it deserves to be taken care of.
  • I know the answers and solutions. I listen to myself and trust my inner judgement.
  • My brain is my sexiest body part.
  • My life is what I make of it. I have all the power.
  • My body is a vessel for my awesomeness.
  • I eat a variety of foods for my health, wellness and enjoyment.
  • There is more to life that worrying about my weight. I’m ready to experience it.
  • Food is not good or bad. It has no moral significance. I can choose to be good or bad and it as nothing to do with the amount of calories or carbohydrates I eat.
  • Being grounded and whole makes me beautiful. I can get there just by being still, breathing, listening to my intuition, and doing what I can to be kind to myself and others.
  • I deserve to be treated with love and respect.
  • Even if I don’t see how amazing I am, there is someone who does. I am loved and admired.
  • I look exactly the way I’m supposed to. I know because this is the way God (use whatever religious or spiritual higher power you believe in) made me!
  • It’s not about working on myself; it’s about being okay with who I already am.
  • Body, if you can love me for who I am, I promise to love you for who you are.
  • My body can do awesome things.
  • My body is a gift. I treat it with love and respect.
  • Life is too short and too precious to waste time obsessing about my body. I am going to take care of it to the best of my ability and get out of my head and into the world.
  • A goal weight is an arbitrary number; how I feel is what’s important.
  • As long as I am good, kind, and hold myself with integrity, it doesn’t matter what other people think of me.
  • I trust the wisdom of my body.
  • I use my energy to pay attention to myself, my inner wisdom, my virtues, my path, and my journey.
  • When I look to others to dictate who I should be or how I should look, I reject who I am.
  • Accepting myself as I am right now is the first step in growing and evolving.
  • All magazine photos are airbrushed, photoshopped, and distorted.
  • I love and respect myself.
  • I enjoy feeling good. I deserve to feel good.
  • Being skinny or fat is not my identity. I am identified by who I am on the inside, a loving, wonderful person.
  • My opinion of myself is the only one that counts.
  • I am compassionate and warm. My presence is delightful to people.
  • My very existence makes the world a better place.
  • My well-being is the most important thing to me. I am responsible for taking care of me.
  • No one has the power to make me feel bad about myself without my permission.
  • I eat for energy and nourishment.
  • My needs are just as important as anyone else’s.
  • Chocolate (or fill in a food you have a challenging relationship with) is not the enemy. It’s not my friend either. It’s just chocolate, it has no power over me.
  • Life doesn’t start 10 pounds from now (fill in a number that’s meaningful for you), it’s already started. I make the choice to include myself in it.
  • Thighs, thank you for carrying me to where I want to go.
  • Belly, thank you for helping me digest.
  • Skin, thank you for protecting me.
  • Other people don’t dictate my choices for me, I know what’s best for myself.
  • I feed my body life-affirming foods so I am healthy and vital.
  • Taking care of myself feels good.
  • I choose to do and say kind things for and about myself.
  • I am grateful to my body for safely and lovingly housing my spirit.
  • I have tremendous gratitude to my body for all the miraculous things it does for me each nd every moment.
  • My body is filled with health and vitality.
  • My heart is filled with peace, love and joy.
  • I notice the feeling of aliveness in my body and am reminded that I am made of divine light and love.
  • I am not my weight or my waistline–I am the perfectly unique spirit that lies within.
  • I am my own loving parent, caring for my body as I would somebody I love very much.
  • I thank my body for its strength, flexibility, balance and resilience.
  • I honor by body with loving thoughts and healthy choices.
  • I have compassion for my body, honoring all it has been through and lovingly take responsibility for caring for it from here forward.
  • I forgive myself for at times neglecting my body. I understand this was a normal response to my nature and my nurture.
  • In an effort to free myself, I release any blame or resentment I hold for myself or anybody else, in relation to my feelings about my body.
  • One day at a time, I will remember my body is sacred and behave accordingly.
  • I care for my body by caring for myself and putting myself together as the beautiful person that I am.
  • I practice self-compassion and forgive the behaviors of the past. I understand they were part of my journey and am thankful for the lessons.
  • I choose love over fear and self-hatred.
  • I choose and bless the healthy food that nourishes my body, mind and spirit.
  • I say no to shame and self-sabotage.
  • I understand I am a human being, that we are all works in progress and I am not expected to be perfect.
  • I surround my body with loving light of compassion that protects me wherever I go.
  • My body is a self-healing miracle and a precious gift of expression.
  • I can be patient with myself. I am worth the investment.
  • I can learn to accept the parts of myself that I don’t like—this is how I grow.
  • I am okay as I am right now, which frees me to change from a place of already-enough—this is how I create change that feels good and lasts.
  • Treat your body like your friend, and that’s what your body will become.
  • I don’t love myself “only,” “when,” or “if” something else validates my worthiness. I approve of myself right here and now. 
  • I don’t believe in any reason not to appreciate being alive. Any reason why I couldn’t love myself before is the reason to love myself more.
  • It’s easier for everyone else to love me when I am loving towards myself. The more I love my body, the more I see how loved I am.
  • I feed my body like I am nourishing my entire existence. I move like I am exercising my gratitude for the life energy coursing through me. Every breath is a prayer. Every smile is a blessing.
  • Loving yourself connects you to your natural inborn wisdom and from that intuitive place, you can make better decisions about how you live.
  • I am lovable enough to love my body. There’s no love to earn, only love to tap into.
  • I can love my way through every change I want to make—this is how I flourish.
  • I’m perfect just the way I am.
  • I deserve to see really see myself.
  • I’m honored to be inside this amazing human vessel.
  • Today I will take care of my body with _______ (choose your healthy activity).
  • I love what this strong and healthy body is capable of.
  • It’s okay for me to love myself.
  • Body, thank you for carrying me around today!
  • I honor my body with healthy, nourishing foods.
  • I take care of my body and it takes care of me.
  • I accept myself completely.
  • I’m confident in my own skin.
  • I appreciate the quirks—that’s what makes me unique.
  • Today I let go of self-criticism.
  • I am a fierce and radiant creature.
  • I love my appearance.
  • I determine my self worth, not society.
  • I feel strong and confident in my body.
  • My body radiates beautiful kindness.
  • I love _________ about my body because it makes me special and unique.
  • My heart is courageous, kind, and loving.
  • I enjoy feeling good about my body.
  • I am grateful for my body. I want to treat it with love and respect.
  • I am thankful for my strength.
  • I am learning how to love my body.
  • My body has overcome many physical feats and shows its beauty.
  • I can be a good example to other women and girls about how to love their body.
  • My body deserves to be taken care of so I feed it nourishing food and energizing exercise.
  • I love and accept my body just as is it today.
  • I believe in my ability to truly love myself for who I am.
  • I feel blessed with good health.
  • My body is perfect in its own way and doesn’t need to look like anyone else’s.
  • I love my body along every step of my journey.
  • I am perfect, whole, and complete just the way I am.
  • I love my body because it allows me to experience the world around me and try new things.
  • I take care of my body and my body takes care of me.
  • Love fills every inch of my skin and I feel the love inside my body.

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