Self love affirmations to reprogram your mind (41+)

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Self love affirmations to reprogram your mind

  • I am given just what I need for the optimal learning experience.
  • No matter what life deals me, I always have a winning hand.
  • Spirit guides and directs my path each step along the way.
  • I have the strength to remain calm in the face of change.
  • I am serene, calm, and peaceful in the midst of change.
  • I accept the up times and the down times as having equal value in my life.
  • I give to life exactly what I want life to give to me.
  • I see Divine perfection and order in all things.
  • I release those parts of my life that I need to let go.
  • From a peaceful place in the center of my being, I witness my life unfolding.
  • I am choosing to change my thoughts, images, and behaviors to respond differently and produce better outcomes.
  • I am joyful and fulfilled, living in perfect alignment with my life purpose.
  • I am aligned with my higher purpose.
  • I listen to and follow my inner voice.
  • I feel my fear and proceed anyway.
  • I act to please myself rather than others.
  • I courageously move forward in the direction of my dreams.
  • I am living a life of purpose and passion.
  • I have a dream.
  • I believe in my dream.
  • I advance confidently in the direction of my dreams.
  • My momentum is increasing every day.
  • I am drawing to myself the people, circumstances, and finances that will make my dream come true.
  • I am passionately and joyfully pursuing the unique calling in my life—every day moving closer and closer to achieving my goals.
  • I lovingly do what it takes to support the achievement of my goals.
  • I give myself the freedom to discover and pursue my own path.
  • I am defining in compelling detail what I want to be, what I want to do, and what I want to have.
  • As I follow the path of my heart, I discover my true treasure.
  • I am letting go of childhood programming that holds me back and replacing it with positive thoughts and images about my compelling future.
  • I release my unnecessary attachments to people, things, or situations in the world.
  • I am actualizing the highest and best that is within me.
  • I look for the good in all my affairs.
  • No matter what the circumstances, I find something positive that I can learn from them.
  • I experience all events as enhancing my spiritual growth.
  • My spiritual growth is my top priority.
  • I am focused on what I truly want for my life based on my own values and life experience.
  • When I am being true to the highest and best in me, the rest of my life falls into place.
  • I am releasing beliefs and negative statements that limit me and creating new, positive statements that tell me my ideal future is possible.
  • I am choosing every day to believe that I am worthy and deserving of success, no matter my age or my circumstances.
  • I am exuding self-confidence and asking for what I want with complete faith that I will get it.
  • I am confidently and courageously confronting my fears and moving forward.
  • I am growing and feeling liberated by doing the very things I was afraid to do.
  • Because we become like the people we spend the most time with, I am spending my time with people who lift others up rather than put them down.
  • I am rewarding myself whenever I achieve a goal—encouraging my subconscious mind to create and attract even more success in my life.
  • I am in touch with my priorities, and I act on them.
  • By living each day as if it were my last, I experience the fullness of life.
  • I am fully and freely expressing who I am.
  • I release whatever fears are holding me back.
  • I have the courage to take risks.
  • I am joyfully looking for the good in myself and others, which makes me feel more appreciative and optimistic.
  • I feel tolerance, compassion, and love for all people, myself included.
  • I am training my inner critic to act as a supportive inner coach by filling my thoughts and self-talk with encouragement and confidence.
  • I am developing new habits of focused action and personal discipline and maintaining high levels of energy that contribute significantly to my success.
  • I am consciously eliminating habits that inhibit my growth and limit my success.
  • I am committed to excellence in everything I do, which is positively impacting every aspect of my life, my career, my results, and my reputation.
  • I know that the wounds in my life have purpose and meaning.
  • I have discovered a hidden blessing in my situation.
  • I am a more loving and wise person because of what I have gone through.
  • When I can’t change the situation, I change my attitude.
  • I allow myself to feel my feelings.
  • As I embrace my pain and sadness, I begin to feel better.
  • I move towards my feelings, knowing they are my friends.
  • I make my pain holy by finding meaning in it.
  • A broken heart is an open heart.
  • I walk through life with an open heart.
  • I open myself to the power of love.
  • The primary motivating force in my life is love.
  • Whatever I do, I do from love.
  • I allow the hard places in my heart to soften.
  • I release all past hurts and resentments.
  • I am willing to risk again.
  • The more vulnerable I become, the more love I can experience.
  • I forgive and forget.
  • I am at peace with all that happens.
  • I release the old hurts.
  • Experiencing the truth of my past liberates me from its influence.
  • I emerge from my ordeal healed and transformed.
  • I open my heart again.
  • I remember the past without the pain.
  • I release the pain of my disappointed expectations.
  • I let go of the old and make way for the new.
  • As I free myself from the past, my energy becomes available for the present.
  • The purpose and meaning of my past experiences are now revealed to me.
  • I make peace with my past.
  • Because of my trials, I am a wiser and more compassionate person.
  • My pain has deepened me.
  • As I learn the lessons of my pain, my need for the pain decreases.
  • I nourish my soul with what it needs.
  • I know what is truly important in my life.
  • The love of my friends and family defines my true riches.
  • I give thanks for the good that has graced my life.
  • I am truly blessed.
  • I appreciate all the help I receive.
  • My life overflows with abundance and prosperity.
  • My physical needs are more than met, and I give thanks for this.
  • I am peaceful and content at a deep level of my being.
  • I am happily committed to lifelong learning and self-improvement.
  • I am consciously eliminating from my life those things that steal my time—I am saying no without excuses and apologies and it feels great!
  • I am learning to graciously say no to people and set policies about what I don’t do so that others understand and support my boundaries.
  • I am confidently saying no without guilt to things that consume my time and energy so that I’m ready to take advantage of the great things waiting for me to accept them.

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