It sounds to simple to be true. Repeat a holiday affirmation list for a peaceful holiday. We build on what we think about in our private thoughts. You know how it happens. Kinda like this!
Our minds are super powerful. Numerous scientific studies tell us that if we change our thinking our outside world will change.
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Philippians 4:8
My Holiday Affirmation List
Be sure to pin this for later and/or download the printable. The bathroom mirror or inside the medicine cabinet in the bathroom is a great place to pin these. I also find that in that space just between the shower tile and the ceiling is another good place to hang them. I also pin a few to the fridge for everyone to see.
Just for this moment, I will smile.
I am thankful for today.
I will expect good things today.
Right now, I will choose to think about happy moments.
I am enough; I have enough; I do enough.
I am a capable person.
I choose to be positive.
I choose to forgive myself and others.
I will seek out the good in all my circumstances.
I am able to handle my day with peace.
I do not need to control others.
I am worth the work.
I am important.
I do not have to worry about anything.
I can take good care of me.
Today is a fresh start.
I will take one moment at a time.
When I am stressed, I will step away and give myself the opportunity to reset my mood by breathing deeply.
Scripture Centered Affirmations
God is for me, because of this I know:
I am never alone.
I am deeply loved.
I am worthy.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
He that begun a good work in me will complete it.
Do not worry about tomorrow. God will show me what I need to do tomorrow. My job is only to ask.
The joy of the Lord is my Strength
Your Holiday Affirmations
What are the thoughts in your head? One exercise is to spend 5 minutes writing down the thoughts buzzing in your head and then respond to them on paper.
A great time to do this is right before bed. It sets up a clean slate. All the worries and issues are safely listed on the piece of paper by the bed. Now your mind can rest. The worries will be right there in the morning for you, if you choose to pick them up again.
Take it one step further by responding to these worries with actionable steps or positive thoughts on that same piece of paper. The act of responding to them on paper with positive thoughts removes their power to plague you.
Send Us More Holiday Affirmations
We would love it if you flooded The Joyous Family email box with positive affirmations. Send in a picture of your favorite affirmation or write it in the email or send us a video in the facebook.com/soberonpurpose group.
We can’t wait to hear from you!
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