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I had this question when I embarked on my personal development journey to better deal with difficult thoughts and emotions. I wanted the freedom to choose my own thoughts and inner dialogue, rather than letting my mind run me.
But how does one achieve that? For me, much of the power of positive thought comes from writing, saying, and meditating on affirmations. When my inner dialogue is pleasant, I can trust life and myself. These are some powerful words of affirmation I sometimes use:
On Body Positivity
I deserve to feel safe, comfortable and confident in this body.
I accept myself the way I am. My body is perfect the way it is.
I am at peace with my body.
I allow love to fill every inch of my skin, and I will embrace the warmth this love gives to me.
I am grateful to be living in this divine female body.
Even though I’ve felt ashamed of (body part), I commit to changing it.
If my body requires healing, I will take joy in doing it.
My body is a tremendous gift, and I will treat it with love and kindness.
My body is my responsibility, and I will do what’s best for me, for me.
My (body part) is perfect the way it is.
On Confidence & Abundance
I trust that I have the capability to achieve my goals.
I am worthy of accomplishment, success, and abundance.
I manifest my full potential to being.
I can powerfully attract what I want.
I move in alignment with my highest self. I affirm my ability to merge timelines, and rejoice as everything comes to me with ease.
The world is filled with endless opportunities for me.
My mind is clear of self-doubt, and I am ready to embrace every challenge that comes my way.
Every challenge I face is an opportunity to grow and improve.
My contributions are unique and meaningful.
It is enough to have done my best.
On Being A Woman
I love living in my divine female body.
I combine femininity and intelligence beautifully.
My exquisite female body radiates loving kindness to the world.
I give permission to my inner goddess to work her magic.
I embrace being a woman.
I empower myself and all women in the world.
I appreciate the female cycles that my body experiences.
Being a woman is the greatest gift the universe has given to me.
I am a wonderful daughter/mother/sister/partner to my mother/children/siblings/partner.
I am confident in my sexuality.
All my words, thoughts, and actions are divinely guided and protected.
The universe will guide me on anything and everything divinely.
My mind and body are in complete alignment with the universe.
The universe’s healing power flows through all the cells of my body.
I will fill my heart with the peace of meditation. I will pour heartfuls of my joy into peace-thirsty souls.
Today I am centered in my heart, and closer to Spirit/God/the Universe.
The universe has my back, always.
I open my mind and heart to the perfect love of God/Spirit/the Universe.
I am more than what I see, feel, and think. The wisdom of the whole universe lives inside me.
All is well in my life. I am immensely blessed.
On Joy & Happiness
I commit to living a joyful and happy life.
I choose happiness of this moment, and not pain of the past.
I attract energies and situations that fill me with joy every day.
I recognize all the blessings in my life, and each of them fills me with joy.
The world deserves my authentic happiness.
Every day I am getting happier and happier in every way.
I have all the happiness, love and positive energy I need today to have the most amazing day.
Positive energy nourishes my body, and helps me radiate joy to others.
A happy, joyful life is being created for me right now.
Everywhere I go, I attract joy and happiness.
Whether you’re having a bad work week, it’s just another Monday, or it’s the day of a dreaded presentation, you can always do with some positive words of affirmation to put you in the right frame of mind.
But first, what are affirmations?
The dictionary defines an affirmation as:
The action or process of affirming something
Emotional support or encouragement
A positive affirmation is a positive phrase or sentence that is stated in the present tense. A positive affirmation not only speaks to your conscious mind but your subconscious mind also and because of this, positive affirmations can be used to reprogram or change your thinking over time. That is, if you say them on a regular basis.
If the idea of affirmations seems a little woo-woo to you, then it’s worth considering that there is science theory behind why they work, so even if you’re a skeptic, it’s worth giving it a go. Worst case scenario, nothing happens, but nothing ventured nothing gained.
With that in mind, here are the positive words of affirmation you need to say every day that will have a major impact on how you feel and perform.
10 powerful, positive words of affirmation to say every day
1. I am in control of my life
First off, from the minute you get up, it’s important to remind yourself that you are in the driving seat, no matter what. Whatever’s going on for you at work or at home, you’re still in control. You control your actions, your responses, and your inactions.
Accepting full responsibility and accountability for your career and life is the first step to more happiness and success.
2. Today will be a great day
Just like you can decide to go for a workout in the morning or to give yourself the extra time in bed, you can also decide that you will have a good day. Now, this doesn’t mean to say that there won’t be challenges, or things sent to test you. But setting the intention for a good day will ultimately get you off to a much better start because when you do this, you’ll be priming your brain to look for good things.
3. I focus on what I want. Because you get what you focus on and what you focus on grows
To follow on from #3, if you’ve ever felt like the world was against you and everything kept going wrong, then there’s no coincidence. Your brain is like a heat-seeking missile and whatever you focus on is what it will search for and confirm. So if you start your day expecting everything to go wrong, that’s exactly what you’ll see. It’s unlikely that you’ll notice when anything does go right.
So, focus instead on the things you want and you’ll be likely to see more of it.
4. I can handle anything that comes my way
This is the real world after all and no matter what you do, sometimes, things won’t go according to plan. If that happens, remembering that you can handle it will keep you strong and resilient. After all, whatever doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger.
5. I have all the strength and confidence within me that I need to succeed
We often look outside ourselves for answers when in actual facts, we have everything we need inside. Think of how you feel when you’re on form, in-flow, hitting things out of the park. In many ways, that’s likely when you see yourself most clearly because where else could that performance have come from if it wasn’t within you, to begin with? Why is it that all that confidence can be forgotten and our belief in ourselves can be so severely shaken?
Taking time every day to remember how much you’ve ready achieved and the resources you have within you reminds you what you’re truly capable of.
6. Everything in life happens for me
You can be a victim of your circumstances, waiting for things to change and feeling like things are happening to you, or you can make your own luck by embracing the idea that things in life happen for you.
Think about this for a minute. If things are happening for you, it means there’s something you can get out of any situation. When you think this way, you’ll find that you search for what’s good and beneficial instead of feeling powerless and hard done by.
7. The most important thing is that I learn something
Things are’s going so great, in fact, things might be crashing down around your ears. When this happens, that’s when you need to focus on the learning.
Humans are built to avoid pain and we quickly learn from our mistakes. Most of us don’t learn that much from the times when things run smoothly, we learn from the mistakes we make and from things not going the way we planned.
The most successful people are the ones who learn from their mistakes and turn their failures into opportunities.” – Zig Ziglar
“Take chances, make mistakes. That’s how you grow.” – Mary Tyler Moore
“Winners lose more than losers. They win and lose more than losers because they stay in the game.” – Terry Paulson
8. Nothing can stop me from achieving what I want
You’re in a positive frame of mind, you’re ready for anything, you’re prepared to make mistakes, and learn from them, and you know your strong enough and confident enough to handle anything! Girl, you are unstoppable!
9. I am awesome
There’s nothing wrong with a little self-love, or a LOT in fact.
10. I’m making today count
These final positive words of affirmation are about remembering that life is finite. No matter what the day brings your way, whatever happens, the most important thing is to make sure you do something every single day that will move you towards the things you want, help you grow or develop in some way or make a difference in someone else life. It’s all about making every single day count, by doing something, however big or small.
Now you’re ready to kick ass, find out a simple trick on how to get more energy in just 10 seconds a day so that you can be unstoppable!
This is how the Collins English Dictionary defines “feisty”: Feisty – Adj, informal 1. Lively, resilient and self-reliant 2. (US and Canadian) frisky 3. (US and Canadian) irritable.
None of these definitions mention gender at all. Indeed, the adjective would appear to be gender neutral – until you look at the example sentences given by the dictionary … Not one refers to a ‘feisty male’. The closest is ‘feisty parents’, but the others refer to a ‘feisty teenage daughter’, a ‘feisty mother’ and a quote reading: ‘Why were even the most intelligent and feisty women so foolish when it came to being hopelessly in love?’ (from the book Tickled Pink).
It’s no wonder that Downton Abbey actress Daisy Lewis has said that ‘feisty‘ is her “least favourite word“. She told the Mail on Sunday’s You magazine: “Have you ever heard a man described as feisty? Have you heard a male character described as feisty? I think not.” Hurrah for Lewis – she has uncovered yet another word that shows the vocabularly gender divide – and a wider level of everyday sexism. It couldn’t be more timely either. Sheryl Sandberg and Beyoncé are already spearheading a campaign to ‘Ban Bossy’. While a new study has shown how ‘abrasive’ is regularly used to describe women in the workplace.
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All of these words once held harmless gender equal meanings, but have sadly now come to mean something rather different – usually negative – when applied to women. Even worse? There’s dozens more of them. So here’s the dictionary of words that we hear to hate.
It’s a slang term that’s meant to refer to ‘a stupid or simple-minded person.’ Instead, of course, it has come to refer to a woman who enjoys reading about celebrities, or dares dye her hair blonde.
The original meaning (‘having a strong desire for success or achievement’) is still applied to men as a positive trait. In a working women? It’s a dirty word. Cara Delevingne has complainedthat she’s encountered criticism for being ambitious. Even Madonna has said she felt ‘being openly ambitious [is] frowned open‘ in England.
‘Irritating in manner or personality; causing tension or annoyance.’ This is the newest negative term to throw at working women. A recent found that it appeared 17 times in women’s professional performance reviews and one for men (who were openly encouraged to be ‘more aggressive).
Bossy has become such a contentious adjective that it has it’s own anti-campaign – ‘Ban Bossy’, the brainchild of Sheryl Sandberg. The idea? That powerful men are called ‘strong-minded’, while women are accused of being ‘bossy’ – a less flattering term – purely because of their sex.
Not only can a woman be a ‘bitch’, but she can also be ‘bitchy’ (i.e. ‘malicious or snide’). Of course, an unpleasant male boss is rarely known as bitchy – although gay men can face a similar plight to women. But the female equivalent is always given this six-letter description.
The adjective means ‘lively, animated or excited’ and tends to be used to describe a woman’s personality. When was the last time you heard a man referred to in this way?
Male friends tell me the term has an additional usage – to politely describe girls they like, but are not attracted to.
A close relative of ‘airhead’ (see also: ‘bimbo’). ‘Ditsy’ is another word to describe someone who is perceived as being a ‘silly’ woman. It’s most commonly accompanied by a patronising tone and rolling of the eyes.
Every human being has emotions. So, as this adjective describes someone who is expressing their natural feelings, you’d expect it to be gender-neutral.
You’d be wrong. While it can be used to apply to men, the word is commonly thrown at any woman who dares mention how she feels, raises her voice, or wells-up with tears. (See also: ‘needy’).
‘Frigid’ is so commonly used to describe a woman ‘lacking sexual responsiveness’ that even the dictionary defines that meaning as being “especially of a woman.” Because, of course, men are sexually perfect, every time. It smacks of Victorian notions of female sexual arousal disorders (see also: ‘hysteria’).
The dictionary defines this adjective as being ‘of a woman, clothes, etc’ – though here it isn’t about her sexuality, it’s about her looks.
The ‘high-maintenance girlfriend’ with her manicures, love of credit cards and incessant demands is a modern day trope firmly rooted in sexism. The ‘high-maintenance boyfriend’ stereotype is yet to surface.
Closely related to ‘ambitious’, ‘bossy’ and ‘abrasive’. ‘Pushy’ is another word that sums up gender inequality in the workplace. But it’s also favoured as an adjective to describe mums who are heavily involved in their children’s lives and education (see also: ‘Tiger Mother’).
Commonly used to describe a woman with a strong personality and often linked to sexuality and race. Rarely ever meant in a positive context unless it reduces women to stereotypes.
Typically used in the phrase ‘blonde bombshell’, but more likely to be applied to a woman such as Pamela Anderson than the equally blonde actor Chris Hemsworth in Thor.
Belongs to the ‘ambitious’, ‘abrasive’ and ‘bossy’ family. Typically used in the workplace.
Commonly applied to women who look ‘flustered’ and suggesting an inability to control one’s emotions, or sexuality a la Marilyn Monroe’s ‘breathy tones’. Smacks of a negative way to reference the female orgasm.
Where is the male equivalent? Groomzillas do exist you know.
A man might be plump, or round. A woman will always be curvy. (See also: voluptuous).
Commonly used to describe a woman’s physical beauty, suggesting something waif-like (there’s another one) and delicate.
As above, it refers to a woman’s ‘delicate’ self.
Both men and women have hormones, but from the use of the word ‘hormonal’, you might forget that. Commonly used in conjunction with PMS (pre-menstrual stress).
Hysteria – an old Victorian condition, just like ‘frigidity’ – is still applied to women in the form of the adjective ‘hysterical’ (see also: irrational). Not to be confused with the other meaning of ‘hysterical’ – being ‘hilarious’.
Illogical, adj and Irrational, adj
If a woman expresses her feelings in a way that’s perceived to be ‘too much’ (see also: ’emotional’), it’s likely she’ll be called ‘illogical’ or ‘irrational’.
Mother of… , noun
Women are almost always defined by their children, whereas a man will rarely be known as ‘father of three’ first and foremost.
Typically used to describe a female high-pitched voice. Rarely used to describe an equally high male one. (See also: shrieking)
Similar to ‘curvy’, but with sexual undertones. Defined in the dictionary as being ‘especially of a woman’.
A complaining woman is said to be ‘whinging’. A complaining man is said to be… complaining.
Working mum, noun
The word ‘dad’ is rarely preceded by ‘working’.
Do you have any other you think should be added?
– Daily Life
If you believe the phrase you are what you think, then life truly stems from your thoughts. But we cannot rely purely on thoughts; we must translate thoughts into words and eventually into actions in order to manifest our intentions. This means we have to be very careful with our words, choosing to speak only those which work towards our benefit and cultivate our highest good. Affirmations help purify our thoughts and restructure the dynamic of our brains so that we truly begin to think nothing is impossible. The word affirmation comes from the Latin affirmare, originally meaning “to make steady, strengthen.”
Affirmations do indeed strengthen us by helping us believe in the potential of an action we desire to manifest. When we verbally affirm our dreams and ambitions, we are instantly empowered with a deep sense of reassurance that our wishful words will become reality.
Affirmations are proven methods of self-improvement because of their ability to rewire our brains. Much like exercise, they raise the level of feel-good hormones and push our brains to form new clusters of “positive thought” neurons( http://www.arlenetaylor.org/brain-care/953-affirmation). In the sequence of thought-speech-action, affirmations play an integral role by breaking patterns of negative thoughts, negative speech, and, in turn, negative actions.
The art of the spoken word is critical in crafting our futures. As a teacher of spirituality, it is my firm belief that we influence the universe word by word. If we dictate to it our wishes, it will respond. When we utter a sound, we emit a sound wave into the universe. This sound wave pierces through the air and becomes a real object. It therefore exists in our world, intangible and invisible. No words are empty words, as every syllable we speak engages energy towards or against us. If you constantly say “I can’t,” the energy of your words will repel the universal force against you. But if you say “I can!” the universe will endow you with the abilities to do just that. So speak away; relinquish your fears and purge your anger, predict your own future and live up to your potential with the 35 affirmations that will change your life:
1.) I am the architect of my life; I build its foundation and choose its contents.
2.) Today, I am brimming with energy and overflowing with joy.
3.) My body is healthy; my mind is brilliant; my soul is tranquil.
4.) I am superior to negative thoughts and low actions.
5.) I have been given endless talents which I begin to utilize today.
6.) I forgive those who have harmed me in my past and peacefully detach from them.
7.) A river of compassion washes away my anger and replaces it with love.
9.) (If you’re married) My marriage is becoming stronger, deeper, and more stable each day.
10.) I possess the qualities needed to be extremely successful.
11.) (For business owners) My business is growing, expanding, and thriving.
13.) Happiness is a choice. I base my happiness on my own accomplishments and the blessings I’ve been given.
14.) My ability to conquer my challenges is limitless; my potential to succeed is infinite.
15.) (For those who are unemployed) I deserve to be employed and paid well for my time, efforts, and ideas. Each day, I am closer to finding the perfect job for me.
16.) I am courageous and I stand up for myself.
17.) My thoughts are filled with positivity and my life is plentiful with prosperity.
18.) Today, I abandon my old habits and take up new, more positive ones.
19.) Many people look up to me and recognize my worth; I am admired.
20.) I am blessed with an incredible family and wonderful friends.
21.) I acknowledge my own self-worth; my confidence is soaring.
22.) Everything that is happening now is happening for my ultimate good.
23.) I am a powerhouse; I am indestructible.
24.) Though these times are difficult, they are only a short phase of life.
25.) My future is an ideal projection of what I envision now.
26.) My efforts are being supported by the universe; my dreams manifest into reality before my eyes.
27.) (For those who are single) The perfect partner for me is coming into my life sooner than I expect.
28.) I radiate beauty, charm, and grace.
29.) I am conquering my illness; I am defeating it steadily each day.
30.) My obstacles are moving out of my way; my path is carved towards greatness.
31.) I wake up today with strength in my heart and clarity in my mind.
32.) My fears of tomorrow are simply melting away.
33.) I am at peace with all that has happened, is happening, and will happen.
34.) My nature is Divine; I am a spiritual being.
35.) My life is just beginning.
You can utilize any of these affirmations alone or create your own unique combination based on your personal wishes and needs. What is most important is to establish a profound communication with the universe — so say it with conviction, say it in your own unique voice, and make it happen in the real world.
Affirming my love, Dr. Carmen Harra
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