Positive affirmations are simple and concise positive sentences that are repeated often to impress the subconscious with a thought that can motivate you, remind you of your talents and provide the confidence you need to accomplish goals.
It alters the direction of our mind into a more positive mental state, which helps us deal with depression, anxiety, and other mental health illnesses.
Benefits of Using Affirmations
Having a positive mindset can do wonders to your overall health.
Looking on the bright side of a situation can help you find more creative solutions, enjoy better health, do better in school or work, and even live longer.
When people get into a negative rut or are dealing with depression or anxiety, however, their self-talk tends to be negative and pessimistic.
One way you can combat this tendency is to make time each day to say some positive affirmations.
Think of the body as one seamless machine that can only operate efficiently if all of the parts are working together.
When the mind is in a positive place, the body follows, and vice versa.
Below is a list of powerful health affirmations that you can choose from, for your physical and mental health:
Repeat the ones that resonate with you for the next 30 days or so.
If you think you’re too busy to spend a few minutes for affirmation, try writing your affirmations in on something you will look at often.
It can be on your computer desktop, fridge magnet, car dashboard, or bathroom mirror — anything works if it works for you.
You can have it in your smart phone’s alarm clock, too.
So when you go to turn off your daily alarm you see the words you need to get going.
I am happy, healthy, safe, and free.
I am loved and supported.
I believe in myself.
I fully accept and love myself.
I am beautiful.
I appreciate and love my body.
My body is healed, restored and filled with energy.
I have abundant energy, vitality and well-being.
I honor the unique soul that I am and I am expressing my feelings from the heart.
I do not have to change for anybody but myself
I am replacing anger with understanding.
I release my fear and in the process I let go of my depression.
I let go of my sadness and surrender to the joy of nature’s creation.
I will no longer allow fear to keep me from enjoying my life.
I choose to forgive and let go of anger.
I am strong and capable of great things.
I am resilient, strong, and brave.
When I fall, I am motivated to get back up.
I am brave and not afraid to keep going.
I am exactly where I need to be.
I am doing my best, and my best is enough.
I deserve happiness.
I release myself from the need to impress others
I find joy and pleasure in the simple things in life.
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