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This blog isn’t about a book, it’s about the power of daily affirmations. These little treasures are so helpful in early recovery and trauma work. They remind us that we are worthy and they give us a glimmer of hope on days where we feel as if we can’t go on.
Maybe they were the first book you could focus on in early sobriety, or possibly they helped you from making a poor choice.
I am going to share some great passages from a few daily affirmation books. The first one is One Foot in Front of the Other (Affirmations for Recovery): Forgiveness and Becoming Whole- Forgiveness. It is what enables a person to become whole again rather than to live broken.
This next one is for the little versions of us: Affirmations for the Inner Child: Limits- I can set my own limits. I will climb as high as I can safely climb. I will walk as far as it is safe to go. Within these bounds, I am free to run, jump and spin. I shout for joy at my accomplishment. They all bring joy to a weary soul, so here is a few more.
For the LBGTQ community there is Glad Day: In spring we are especially aware of life’s energy and self-renewal. We too, are a part of nature, and we share with other creatures the need for renewal. Today, I will take, action towards my own renewal. Each one is like stumbling on to a sweet little gift from the Universe.
Then again maybe you just need a little help with gratitude. How about Gratitude by Melody Beattie, author of Language of Letting Go - We can show our gratitude for life in even our smallest actions. Find a way to demonstrate your gratitude to the universe. Action gives life to ideas. When we start to look for ways to show gratitude, we will find more and more to be grateful for.
In closing, if you need a little boost, or a reminder that you are a blessing, try a little affirmation, it’s good for the soul.
Chrissi Love ~ May your journey be Blessed ~