This is an affirmation to be honest with yourself and where you stand right now–before you move on to later steps in healing or happiness that you’re truly not ready for yet. None of us can successfully skip any step in healing our hurts.
You are more than a body, and for that reason alone you can learn to love your body and respect its purpose in helping you bring light into this world.
I surrender, not to the circumstances or the opposition, but to my own resistance to peace and happiness. I surrender, not in order to give up on what I love, but in order to receive love in a greater way than I myself could have planned for.
May these words, and the positive intentions nestled between these paragraphs, remind us that peace on earth begins with each of us.
When change happens, it’s natural to want to shrink away from it, to avoid its lessons. That’s easy, but it just means the lessons will come back around again in another form. The powerful affirmations in this post can help us embrace our experiences and learn to be happier.
The world is in need of more hope, more peace, more love. Inclusion is a powerful tool for furthering good. Use this affirmation as a tool to spur togetherness and build a sense of positive connection with others. In doing this, we will all rise.
Dig deep and discover your potential for leading the kind of life that you really want to live. The power is within you to learn (or unlearn) what you need in order to get to where you want to be. This affirmation will help you wield this power in a positive way.
For the sake of your own peace and happiness, promise yourself these five things, and keep your word. No matter what you’re going through, I promise you that the thoughts presented here are relevant to your goal of finding peace.
Resistance to change causes suffering, for denial of the truth is to block miracles and hinder your full expression of love here on earth. When we stop resisting the changing seasons of our life, we can go with the flow of the present moment and experience joy and serenity in all its grace.
By “big happiness,” I mean more joyful experiences on a consistent basis and a more deeply woven sense of internal peace. These gratitude affirmations are easy to practice and capable of changing your perspective to one that’s better able to see the light. Practice your favorite today.