Affirmations for Anxiety
When experiencing anxiety, patients feel that they gain relief by repeating positive and motivating affirmations to themselves. Here are some examples of things you should tell yourself while anxious.
1. To Feel Safe & Secure
I am safe and secure. I inhale calmness and exhale all of the anxiety that I carry. Each time my diaphragm expands, so does my mind and heart. I am willing to stay open and accept all the miracles and abundance the universe has to offer me.
2. To Overcome Challenges
There is a benefit and an opportunity in every experience I have. I will accept this challenge with positivity and perseverance, and I recognize that I have everything I need to overcome this challenge. I am a better person due to the challenges that I’ve faced, and will become stronger after overcoming this barrier.
3. To Gain Confidence
I am courageous in the way that I move through every door of opportunity. I have the power to live my dreams and to stand up for what I believe in. I am in charge of my life, and have all of the skills I need to succeed.
4. To Become Excited About Life
My life is only beginning, and I am in charge of doing what I want with the rest of it. The more I give to the world, the more I will receive. Everything I do serves me towards my greater purpose in life. I have all the assets and skills to succeed in the future.
5. To Gain Self-Love
I gain more and more love for myself and others each day. I am blessed with an incredible family and wonderful friends, and am thankful for those who love me. Everything I give to the world causes the world to send me love in return. I am surrounded with love and positivity, and the love that I seek already exists inside of me.
6. To Enhance Gratitude
I am grateful for my health, prosperity and those who love me. I am thankful that I get to live another day, and for all of the opportunities I have obtained. I take time to show my loved ones that I care, and they give back to me with love and kindness. I see the world with beauty and colour, and recognize that my life is filled with an abundance of goodness.