affirmation [af-er-mey-shuh n] n. the act or an instance of affirming; state of being affirmed. the assertion that something exists or is true. something that is affirmed; a statement or proposition that is declared to be true. confirmation or ratification of the truth or validity of a prior judgment, decision, etc.
My life is everything I make it.
I am a radiant strong being filled with the power of love.
I do not need to understand someone else’s motives to forgive them. My heart is open. I forgive others. I forgive myself.
I skillfully direct my energies into things that will make the most difference.
My energy is the energy of the universe. My power is my own.
I am nourished and nourish others through the warmth of friendship.
I am grateful for the warmth of the sun.
I let go of attachment to how I think things ‘should’ be and accept things as they are now.
“Today and every day I bless and care the Earth, as she blesses and cares for me.” -Ray Davis, The Affirmation Spot
The princess of all affirmers, this girl recites her morning poem of Affirmations! Teaching your children that they are more than just ‘cute.’ This little girl, Pe’Tehn Raign-Kem owns it. Her parents wrote her a poem entitled Affirmations.
From Steve Harvey TV
I look in the mirror and I recite
Affirmations by mom and dad –
I am beauty. I am brains. I am intelligent. I am smart.
I am health. I am wealth. I am treasure. I am heart.
I am talent. I am ambition. I am success. I am daring.
I am capable. I am helping. I am sharing. I am caring.
I am water. I am earth. I am air. I am light.
I am peace. I am love. I am future. I am bright.
I am girl. I am princess. I am woman. I am queen.
I am strong. I am divine. I express God. I am me.