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|05-09-2006, 05:23 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Mid-Life Express
I love myself.
I create my reality and I choose to create joy.
I am senior to my mind and my feelings.
I am sufficient.
I am enough.
It is OK to be confused.
It is OK to be upset.
I can say No to people without losing their love.
It is OK to make mistakes.
It is OK to ask for help.
I am surrounded by an abundance of love.
I choose to heal.
I choose to forgive.
I am a Divine being.
I am complete.
I am happy.
I give myself permission to do what I know is best for me.
I give myself permission to not care what others think.
The more I like myself, the more others like themselves.
I am an opening for love in my life.
Nothing adds to or take away from my value.
I know what is best for me and I act on it.
I forgive myself for any negative beliefs I have held.
I forgive my parents for not being perfect.
I forgive myself for playing small in the world.
I am stepping into my power.
I am fully alive.
I trust myself completely.
I accept myself completely.
I acknowledge all the pain I have endured and release it.
I am the only one that knows my truth and that is sufficient.
I acknowledge the unique and special person that I am.
I am constantly amazed at the magnificence that is me.
It is OK for others to say No to me - it does not mean they do not love me.
I surrender to my higher Self.
The power within me is greater than whatever is in front of me.
What others think of me is none of my business.
I am highly pleasing to myself.
I am now highly pleasing to myself in the presence of other people.
I am a self-determined person, and I allow others the same right.
I have a right to say NO to people without losing their love.
Other people have the right to say no to me without hurting me.
My defense mechanisms are no longer necessary because I am a wonderful person.
I deserve credit for my success and accomplishments whether it was difficult or not.
I am a winner whether I like it or not.
When you judge others, you do not define them, you define yourself." Namasté
|05-09-2006, 05:00 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Dancing in the Light
Annie, I have kept so many things you have posted and they have helped through tough times.
Thank you for being you!
|05-10-2006, 04:25 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: London, UK
Thank you Annie
Absolutely beautiful. I would like to add:
I am good enough
I am willing to change
I am willing to relaese the need to hurt myself
I am willing to release the need to neglect myself
I am happy to change
I accept and respect myself unconditionally
I am beautiful
I love my body and I feed it nourishing food and beverages
I am worthwhile
All is well in my world
I accept where I am
I have all that I need
The more I give, the more I will receive
I am grateful
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