Remember the greatness that you are! New research provides evidence that self affirmation can protect against the damaging effects of stress especially when faced with a problem, improves our willpower, and increases our self control. More research shows that affirmations contribute to the rise and circulation of feel good hormones and helps our brains push to form clusters of positive thought.  Originally the word affirmation was defined as, “to make steady, to strengthen”.  Affirmations do strengthen us by helping us believe in our potential and recommit to what we want to be, feel, and see.

Our gift to you this holiday season is a steady stream of feel good thoughts to strengthen your ability to make your dreams into reality.   We encourage you to repeat any affirmation as many times as you remember and to say them with feeling. The longer you practice the more likely you will see changes, and notice how the good thoughts replace those ones that no longer serve you. Louise Hay,  the guru of self help says, “Change your thinking and Change your life.


 Today, I am brimming with energy and overflowing with joy

Creative energy surges through me and leads me to new and brilliant ideas.

 I am courageous and I stand up for myself.

 I am blessed with an incredible family and wonderful friends

 My efforts are being supported by the universe; my dreams manifest into reality before my eyes

 I radiate beauty, charm, and grace

 I wake up today with strength in my heart and clarity in my mind

 My body is healthy; my mind is brilliant; my soul is tranquil

 I am at peace with all that has happened, is happening, and will happen

 I am surrounded by love

 All is well

 I have the power in me to make good things happen

 My heart is open and  I speak with loving words

 Every decision I make is the right one for me



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