We create what we believe is an affirmation–a thought–I find useful for many reasons. Though before I touch on that, I’d like to say what a growing, learning year 2010 has been. I am grateful for all this year has brought and taught my way. For as with joy and laughter, pain, suffering and healing are aspects to the human experience which hold value as well. The totality of what it means to be alive retains wealth beyond life’s pleasantries. So, I’d like to share 12 affirmations that I created, which work for me–wishing you a Happy New Year!. It’s a brief [free] selection of my favorite affirmations:
1.) Everything I need Comes My Way With Ease: Rivers and oceans flow in spite of the living creatures, rocks and waves within them, our lives operate much in the same way.
2.) In The Mirror I See A Beautiful Reflection of Me: Our outside world is often an accurate reflection of our inner world. Who and what have told ourselves that we are?
3.) Rivers Of Wealth Flow Within And Around Me: Release thoughts of scarcity. There is enough.
4.) We Create What We Believe: An action cannot be taken without a thought. Who is the master of your mind?
5.) I Trust My Voice: Wisdom resonates within and all around me. I speak knowing that I am felt and heard.
6.) I Deserve To Believe In Me: The best help is self-help. The most important love is self-love. The most powerful validation is self-approval.
7.) Today Is A Day Of Joy: Joy, joy, joy…my heart is filled with joy!
8.) I Celebrate This Moment: Our inner light shines bright even on the gloomy days. Remember the sun is always shining on someone in the world, and that certainly cause for celebration!
9.) I Choose An Attitude Of Gratitude: In this moment all is as it should be. Speak this–be this.
10.) I Have A Right To Be Well: Dis-ease occurs when we are are out of sync with ourselves. Hence, illness is often a calling to harmonize and realign ones body mind and soul. Wellness is a gift that requires cultivation.
11.) Change Is Safe: When the wind blows in a different direction, it’s no reason to panic. The unfamiliar presents an opportunity to learn something new.
12. ) I Open My Arms To The New: What happens tomorrow will be new, just as yesterday is already old. We can accept this–releasing stress, as we breath and receive with ease.