Self-Esteem Affirmations to Build Women's Self Worth
Amazing results can be achieved through the powers of self-esteem affirmations. To affirm is to state that it is so and further to maintain this mind attitude regardless of all evidence to the contrary. Repeating affirmations – knowing what you are saying and why you are saying it – opens the consciousness to accept what you say is true.
Keep on affirming your truth and the subconscious mind will set about to get what you want, it has no other choice. The root cause of low self-esteem may be buried deep within your subconscious mind. Self-esteem affirmations re-program your subconscious mind to eschew negative beliefs and develop a new, positive way of thinking.
Are you are willing and ready to empower yourself? Do you desire to build your self-worth and develop self-confidence? Great!
"Every day, in every respect, I am getting better and better."
Emil Coue a French psychologist and pharmacist wrote Self-Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion" in 1920. And although the authorship of the above affirmation has been claimed by many spiritual teachers, Coue said it first.
This is a one-size-fits-all affirmation. Repeat it at least 20 times every day, especially mornings and evenings.
Now, before we proceed to our self-esteem affirmations, let's look at a few ways to use them:
Here are some general self-esteem affirmations:
I am perfect, just as I am.
I accept myself completely.
I love myself when I accept myself.
I give myself permission to express my feelings.
I accept my feelings as a valuable part of myself.
God is showing me the way.
God is my unfailing and immediate supply of all good.
I have perfect confidence in God and God has perfect confidence in me.
I am surrounded by the Light of the Christ, through which nothing negative can penetrate.
I now go from success to greater success with God's rich help.
God's good is for me. I claim it now.
Infinite Wisdom guides me. Divine Love prospers me.
Abuse Fractures Self-Esteem
Low self-esteem is the result of negative self-talk, such as "I am no good". Often, this all began in your family of origin, when you were a child. They said you were bad, ugly, worthless, stupid, etc. If your parents ignored you, abused you, they didn't value you. Now, you believe the negative statements are true. You must reprogram your subconscious mind with positive affirmations.
Twice a day, for the next 14 days, read your affirmations out loud. You can choose from these or write your own self-esteem building affirmations:
I am independent of anyone else's approval.
I am the best judge of my actions.
I am enough, just as I am.
I am here to fulfill God's plan for my life.
I see myself through the success eye of now. I have discarded the failure eye of infancy. I am at last free of limitations.
I am a whole, free peaceful woman.
I love and respect myself.
I am sure of myself in all situations, with all people.
I like myself very much at all times.
I am beautiful.
I now jump into my good!
I let go of everything not divinely designed for me and the perfect plan of my life unfolds now.
Often, feelings of low self-worth affect our relationships. Try these relationship self-esteem affirmations:
I love myself and I attract loving relationships into my life.
I am ready to accept a happy, fulfilling relationship.
Divine love is working through me now to manifest my perfect partner.
All things I seek are now seeking me.
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