Be an inner peace activist this year with these special affirmations for Christmas! I wrote them just for you (okay, and me) so that peace would come easier, and so that joy would be the most natural thing in the world — no matter what happens around you. Nobody else and nothing else is responsible for how warm and fuzzy you feel on the inside: your light is yours to keep and yours to bring.
Your peace is something for you to share, but not give away.
You share peace by keeping your peace, tucked away in the palace of your grateful heart yet shining forth for all to see (or, rather, for all to feel).
Christmas is meant to be a merry time and for some, that’s exactly what the time spent around the tree with family is: the most precious gift of all. Still, Christmas can be exhausting, hectic, and even frustrating depending on many things, including how loving/strained/strong your relationships are.
I wanted to give you a few peace-giving affirmations for Christmas today so that you could practice them and keep them close by tomorrow, just in case you need them.
I hope these serve you, find a home in your heart, and bring you closer to the magic tomorrow.
By the way, my second book, Morning Affirmations: 200 Phrases for an Intentional and Openhearted Start to Your Day is released tomorrow, on Christmas Day! Make your spirits even brighter every day with this gem.
3 Peace-Giving Affirmations for Christmas
1. Peace is my nature and my gift.
Peace is my natural resting state. Peace is my priority today. No matter how much I give and receive, peace will be the gift I cherish the most.#Christmas is made brighter when we show up with #peace in our hearts already, ready to give with grace, vowing and knowing that our peace will not be given away. spread the peace
2. My light is contagious.
My light is a shining example for everyone else. My smile is a symbol of hope and goodwill. My warm spirit wraps others in grace. My grateful heart is a magnet for all the blessings yet to come.
(You can trade the word light for something more specific if that’s what you need: courage, joy, patience, compassion, respect, etc.)
3. I choose to live in grace.
I choose wonder over worry and calm over chaos. I choose to love everyone I see. I listen to understand. I think and walk and speak lightly. By grace, all is well with my soul.Christmastime is a time for #grace: a time to give with grace, a time to receive with grace, a time to wrap everyone around you in grace. share the love
What do you most want to feel on Christmas day, and what can you focus on to make sure you feel that?
Tell me in the comments. I read every single one, and I’d love to know!
Share these affirmations with a friend as an early Christmas present!art.
Only ever love,