Daily Dose of Affirmations

Each day you can journey from your Alpha (it begins with you) to your Omega, which in the teachings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, is the point within each of us where our inner spiritual nature meets our outer worldly nature. 

It is with this thought I bring to you daily dose of affirmations for your mind and soul. An affirmation a day, keeps the therapist away!!! Here are your affirmation for todayΒ :

  • I trust myself.
  • I believe in me.
  • I have confidence in myself.
  • I am in control of my thoughts, feelings and choices.
  • I am superior to negative thoughts and actions.
  • I choose to be happy.
  • I choose to love myself today.
  • I am superior to negative thoughts and actions.
  • I choose to be happy.
  • I am talented and intelligent.

Be confident today.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Dragthepen says:

    I choose to be happy 😊😊😊😊😊

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  2. I am an optimist and I was given a strong spirit. It just comes so naturally to just be myself.

    In high school, “believe”, was basically the word I used to get through finals. In college, what helped me was “trust in the Lord with all Your Heart”: going to Tuesdays student-led worship service was helpful in the hardness of college. I found out my calling in high school: to make a difference. My passion for volunteering is just as strong as my passion for musicals.

    Here are things that developed my spirit: Kanuga (at Parish Weekends and Winterlight). Kanuga is a Episcopalian Conference Center in the mountains: that was where I first felt so connected to God. My church does yearly Parish Weekends there, and Winterlight is a high school youth conference. A 2nd thing that helped develop that was The Gathering- that is Gardner Webb’s student-led worship service. Third- the Bristol Pilgrimage (a lot can be said about that).

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    1. GS says:

      Keep believing Girl. The unshakable belief that a difficult task is possible, undoubtedly provides us with the confidence to achieve the task, which in turn then strengthens the neurons in our brains and increases our belief.

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      1. “Believe” was my motto during high school especially at finals

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      2. GS says:

        Yes πŸ™‚

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      3. My motto in college was “Trust the Lord With All Your Heart”

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      4. GS says:

        Amen. That should be a motto for life.

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