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Self Worth Affirmation

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Say the following out loud, and say it like you mean it -
the louder, the better.

I am deserving.
I deserve all good. not some, not a little bit, but all good.
I now move past all negative restricting thoughts.

I release and let go of the limitations of my parents.
I love them and go beyond them.
I am not their negative opinions nor their limiting beliefs.

I am not bound by any of the fears or prejudices of the current society I live in.
I no longer identify with limitation of any kind.

In my mind, I have total freedom.
I now move into a new space of consciousness where I am willing to see myself differently.
I am willing to create new thoughts about myself and my life.
My new thinking becomes new experiences.

I now know and affirm that I am at one with the prospering power of the universe.
As such I now prosper in a number of ways.
The totality of possibilities lies before me.

I deserve life, a good life.
I deserve love, an abundance of love.
I deserve good health.
I deserve to live comfortably and to prosper.
I deserve joy and happiness.
I deserve freedom to be all I can be.
I deserve more than that.
I deserve all good.

The universe, God, is more than willing to manifest my new beliefs.
And I accept this abundant life with joy, pleasure and gratitude.
For I am deserving, I accept it;
I know it to be the truth.

Author: LOUISE HAYES Self Worth Workbook


Cindy H said...

I like this post - it has some great, life-affirming affirmations in it. I just wish they didn't do the parent-bashing that so many items of this nature do. I realize not everybody had great parents, but that's not an excuse! I know some screwed up people who had great parents and I know some together people who had horrible parents. As an adult, I think we need to take whatever we learned from our parents, good or bad, and use that to move on into adulthood and create the kind of line we want for ourselves.c

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