Daily Dose of Affirmation


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 today :

  • The money I spent will always be replaced by more.
  • I have more money coming in than going out.
  • Money will always come my way with ease and grace.
  • I am in harmony with the energy of money.
  • Everyday I am becoming wealthier and wealthier.

Have an abundant day ahead.

One Comment Add yours

  1. You speak of self-love. Then, you speak of money.

    On the former, I see self-idealization. On the latter, I see materialism. I see what “self-love” is, because I have recently figured it out. It is a way in which a person idealizes or victimizes themselves, to the point where they never believe they should learn from a mistake. It is the responsible person who learns, though the one who victimizes themselves will never learn because they never believe themselves to be at fault.

    Self-love is self-idealization, because one cannot throw love upon the self without presenting to the world the omniscience in never needing to learn. I have noticed that many people who turn to this fad of self-love, is all because of themselves placing their trust in wrong areas. When they become betrayed, they find that themselves can have all the answers, that they can only understand who they are, when such is never the case.

    See… perception to the self is limited. Severely limited. A person only ever knows themselves by admitting they are just as errored and imperfect as another person. No one is perfect, so no one can love themselves without disbelieving in the need to learn. To learn to not place one’s own trust in incorrect sources, is to simply live.

    It is the case that perception to the self is limited, because when denial takes the place of the “victimized” mind, that is when people refuse to believe in the existence of love. Actual love, administered to the self only from another. It is because to love, is to see to the depths of another, making that person once more believe in its existence. Perception to the self, or to self-love, always results in an egotistical and vain belief that one comprehends all about themselves, when it is merely in the denial that love exists anywhere else.

    What you should refer to, on this blog of yours, instead of “self-love”, you should present it as “self-trust”. For a person to make better decisions after learning from their errors, they must first recognize themselves being faulted, which requires forgiving the self. Forgiving yourself requires knowing you are at fault, because in not doing that, you are admitting you are omniscient… or perfect. No one can love themselves, without believing they know everything about themselves. And, no person is able to love another, without being able to see to the depths of that others person to truths they had denied.

    Humans are imperfect, which is how we form connections through the recognition of it. Self-love would bring about division, not connection, because its siding with a victimization mindset will prove to all others that endless conflict would be to a relationship with them. Attempt to observe a toxic relationship where one person believes the others is always at fault.

    Christians call God perfect, to also say He’s the God of love. They also say that God is omniscient. Do you know what is the closest thing a person can come to, in terms of omniscience? It’s egotism and pride. Pride, especially. And, the only time a person ever swallows or gives up their pride is when they admit they are not perfect. It is when they can admit they are not capable of everything. When a person swallows their pride, they can admit to their imperfect self.

    This is why I will only ever see “self-love” as a way for a person to refuse to forgive themselves, refuse to recognize themselves just as imperfect and faulted as everyone else, though to always pride themselves on their perfect or “perfect enough” place in the world.

    A person is not satisfied until they have someone else in this world to love. And, a person is never satisfied when they can recognize their own damages they have caused upon themselves, to then continually improve.

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