Daily Affirmations For Well-being And Happiness

Setting goals or desiring a change in your life is much easier than achieving goals or making change happen. That requires determination, the right attitude and a few handy tools to get the job done. Daily affirmations are a powerful tool which makes changing your life for the better a positive and empowering experience.
What is an Affirmation?

You could consider affirmations as antonyms to complaints. They are opposites, in the same sense of a complaint being, "I'm so darned tired all the time." The affirmation sounds more like, "I'm full of energy, alive and awake."

The goals we have and the changes we desire are represented by affirmations. It's important to state them positively and in the present tense. There are no rules to follow concerning the appropriateness of any affirmation; it could be material, spiritual or a combination of both types.

Many people just have a strong desire to feel happy. We want to hold on to this sense of well-being which is sometimes elusive. This particular desire is tested simply by our day to day challenges, difficulties, and habits which find themselves instilled within us, producing a contrary effect. We have a desire for a sense of well-being; however we actually create the opposite effect. Daily affirmations can be helpers on the path to reaching this goal of well-being and general happiness.

Listed here are some affirmations taken from Ernest Holmes' The Science of Mind, published in 1926.

- I am happy and complete today and forever. Within me is that which is Perfect and Complete. It is The Spirit of all Life, Truth, and Action. I am happy in the sure knowledge of the Inner Light. I cannot be sad or sorry, but must radiate Joy and Life, For Life is within me now. I am happy and complete. . - Perfection is already accomplished. I do not have to wait for the Perfect Life. I am that Perfect Life here and now. Today I express the Limitless Life of the All Good. Today I manifest my Completion in every part of me. Today I am saved. Here and now I am healed.

Affirmations don't have to be longwinded paragraphs, they can be simple sentences designed to inspire and uplift.

For example,
- I am perfectly happy in body, mind and spirit.
- I am happy, radiant and healthy and radiant.
- I am filled with light and love, a radiant being.
- I accept and love myself just as I am.
- I am now able to express love to those I meet.

Creating Your Own Personal Affirmations

What is it you want from life? This is a very difficult subject for many people to grip. If this is the case for you, ask yourself instead what it is you don't want, and then following up with the opposite of this to create your affirmation. An example of this could be, "I don't want to feel the stress related to my work." The affirmation will become, "I know God gives me everything I require, no matter what challenges I face or what happens around me, I am at peace."

Be sure to remember how important it is to phrase your affirmations positively, as well as in the present tense. Upon realizing just what your affirmations are, start posting them in areas which easily catch your eye. Some suggestions could be the corner of your bathroom mirror, at your computer desk, or in your planner or journal. Repeating your affirmations at least three times a day, and turning to them at times or challenge you will eventually have your affirmations memorized. This will make turning to them in times of need second nature to you.

A fantastic way to initiate this process is to choose daily affirmations designed to be embraced, as well as bring you a sense of happiness and well-being. Once you find the ball is rolling well, take time to consider tracking your affirmations beside the resulting changes in your life. This will enable you to evaluate other areas of your life which may require this same process, as you benefit from their practice in your life now.

By: Deborah Lindholm

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