Broken Heart Affirmations
Broken heart affirmations to move through the pain…
Read the article Healing from a Broken Heart
I choose to be at peace with the way that things are.
I have faith that there is a different plan for my love life.
I am willing to be open to the possibility that this relationship was not in my best interest.
I am patient with my painful emotions.
I choose to have the strength to move on.
I allow my mind to be at rest with the decision that has been made.
I am open to new possibilities for my future, ones that I cannot even fathom now.
I am compassionate with myself and my heart.
I have the potential to experience love greater than I have ever known.
I trust that this ending is for my highest good.
The key when saying, and/or reading, affirmations is to feel the feelings they portray. It can help to fully relax and know that at the core of your being, these statements are true. If they feel out of reach or you are having a hard time convincing yourself of their truth, adjust the affirmation to include the words choose, potential, or willing to make them true for you at this moment.
Also, affirmations gain their power from repetition. The more often you say them, the more they will impact your reality. Affirmations are not
a one-time-event…say them once and life is perfect. Affirmations are an everyday choice, a choice we make with our thoughts and feelings. The more often you use them, the quicker you will begin to see new opportunities, engage in new healthy behaviors, and feel energized by the direction your life will be taking.
To learn more about making affirmations part of your daily routine, visit All About Affirmations.
To start writing your own powerful, effective affirmations, visit Writing Affirmations.
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