We all experience down days, it could be from waking up on the wrong side of the bed or remembering a sad moment, or probably the weather, or perhaps that time of the month for the ladies. Whatever the reason, we shouldn’t let negative thoughts ruin our moods all day, and that is why I’ve made these 30 daily positive affirmations for November.
Bookmark, screenshot, save, write down these 30 daily positive affirmations and come back to them on days you feel low.
- I choose peace.
- I am in control of my thoughts and feelings.
- My past is not a reflection of my future.
- I am worthy of love.
- My life is a beautiful gift and I’m appreciative of it.
- I will excel today.
- I deserve joy and happiness and I will let myself feel it all.
- My happiness doesn’t depend on other people.
- I am enough.
- I have the power to create change.
- I am deserving of life.
- I will not compare myself to strangers on the internet.
- Not everybody has to understand my journey and that’s alright.
- My dreams are valid.
- I let go of all that no longer serves me.
- I am bold, beautiful, and brilliant.
- I am open to new adventures in my life.
- I choose to be kind.
- I deeply and completely accept myself.
- What is for me will not pass over me.
- I am proud of myself for all my big and little victories.
- I am thankful for everything I have.
- The best is yet to come, and while I wait I’ll enjoy the now.
- I won’t let other people’s deadlines affect or put pressure on me.
- I believe in my dreams.
- I adore my quirks because they make me unique.
- I am getting better and better every day.
- I am an unstoppable force of nature.
- I release negative feelings and thoughts about myself.
- I am ready to love again.
Daily Positive Affirmations For When You Are Sad
Being sad is a part of life, just as being happy, excited, angry, etc. it is nothing to be ashamed of. Most times, we let our sadness last longer than normal and we end up ruining our day or week. Today I’d be sharing some positive affirmations to say on days you feel sad.
- One bad moment doesn’t mean a bad day.
- I am valued.
- How I feel right now is okay, but I won’t let it ruin the rest of my day.
- My negative thoughts about myself are not facts.
- I forgive myself for anything I am holding onto.
- I forgive those who wronged me without apologizing.
- I am an open channel for happiness.
- Happiness flows through me.
- I have the power to change my life.
- I am safe.
- I am more than my struggles.
- Feeling sad doesn’t mean I am incomplete.
- Today is a good day.
- My loved ones value me.
- My sadness does not define me.
Positive affirmations are great to help you, become a baddass affirmator! These 50 Affirmation Cards Deck will help you help yourself without the self-helpy-ness!
Positive Affirmations For Depression And Anxiety
Sometimes, it is difficult to think positively through the darkness, so you need a little push to get to the right path. Positive affirmations are great to remind you that you matter, and on days you struggle to remember you can journal your thoughts.
- I am in charge of my life.
- I am much more than what I think I am.
- My depression and anxiety do not define me.
- Even when it does not seem like it, I am loved and appreciated.
- I am a work in progress, and I welcome positive changes.
- I deserve everything good.
- I am not perfect and it is okay.
- I do not blame myself for my current situation.
- This darkness won’t last forever.
- Things might be tough right now, but they will get better.
- I love myself.
- I trust my journey.
- Depression is only a tiny part of my life.
- This feeling won’t last forever.
- Life is worth living.
It is important to make out time to repeat these affirmations to yourself daily. You can start with saying it twice a day – morning and evening. Use these affirmations as often as you want and make them a part of your routine.
How To Write Your Own Affirmations
You can write your own affirmations and personalize them. My list of affirmations is a great place to start as it gives you an idea of how they should look.
Here are some pointers on how to write powerful affirmations for yourself:
- Include your name in the affirmation.
- Reinforce a personal feeling to it -”I am”, ”I feel”.
- Make the affirmations personal to your experience so you can relate to it.
- Make them confident – ”I can let go of my pain”,
- Write them in the present tense. Doing this tricks your subconscious mind into bringing them into your reality.
When you physically write your affirmations, you will feel more connected to them as your brain mentally engages with what you write. This doesn’t happen same way when you type. This Morning and Evening Affirmation Journal is great for writing your own. It helps you set the right tone for each new day with supportive words and guided prompts that help you create a confident and optimistic mindset at the start of the day, and unwind at the end of the night.
Finally, practicing daily affirmations will help you climb out of your negative mindset and empower you to become a better version of yourself. A Year of Positive Thinking is also an important book to read on affirmations to broaden your mind.
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