Because of my own negative thinking for many years, I am painfully aware of the importance of positive affirmations for women.
It’s vitally important that each of us love and care for this unique part of ourselves.
Positive affirmations for women
In my book, The Thought Store, a futuristic retail store sells high-vibe thoughts in physical form. The thoughts look light clouds floating near the ceiling.
Picture the following affirmations the same way… light and billowy and lifting your energy.
NOTE: High-vibe thinking™ is a term I created to help people feel their emotions while thinking in ways that are supportive, expansive, and self-loving. High-vibe thinking™ supports you mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
Let’s get started..
The following positive affirmations for women are written for women, by a soul coach, who happens to be a woman!
Personally, I’ve used affirmations since I can remember! I have the furrowed brow to prove how much of an over-thinker I can be at times:)
I know what it’s like to recite thoughts over and over and pray they work:)
It can be frustrating.
Positive daily affirmations that remind you how powerful you are will change your life.
Important note: You do not have to believe the affirmations for them to take root within you. Trust that your higher self wants you to believe in the best in you.
So, say the positive affirmations for women from the heart, not in your head… where the doubt lives and must go.
I am safe.
I am love. I am divine love.
I allow the part of me that doubts.
I am a whole person with a wide range of emotions.
I am OK.
I deserve love.
I deserve abundance.
My natural state is abundance.
I am attracting love.
I attract loving, open minded people.
My self care routine includes self-love.
I am growing more comfortable in my own skin.
I know that my life is about healing and growth.
Confidence can be built with emotional work and using affirmations to support the work! Help yourself have more confidence each day…
I grow more confident each day.
I am doing activities that help me feel confident.
I realize that action builds confidence.
I understand that I don’t need to be successful when I begin something new.
I am fine with failing forward.
I trust that when I fail I am learning.
I believe that failure means that I’m challenging myself.
I am safe.
I will do all that I can to grow inner peace.
I depend solely on myself and a higher power for my happiness, security and inner peace.
I feel more confident with each day.
I am confident.
Here’s an extensive list of 307 self-love affirmations I wrote to help you grow and sustain self-love.
And here’s a great post with a 3 minute audio with affirmations to forgive yourself for past mistakes.
Here’s an excerpt of self-love affirmations for women:
I do not carry their load.
I do not…
Have to fix people.
Carry their burden.
Have to perform miracles.
Take on their energy. I cannot help anyone that way.
I guide people to their own answers.
They have the answers within.
Their problems are not my problems.
I release the weight of their problems.
While I empathize and support, I do not take it on.
Their soul will take them where they need to go.
And, here’s one of my favorite affirmations for self-love, in the form of a prayer…
I am love. I am divine love. I’m giving and receiving only love. I’m living my highest truth. I’m allowing my greatest healing. Thank you for keeping me in love’s way.
Rest and relaxation
I am well rested and I’m ready to face the day.
When I am tired, I take a break.
I don’t push myself when I’m not rested.
I give myself what I need.
I believe that the body needs adequate rest.
I am learning how much rest I need.
I feel great joy from rest and relaxation.
I am growing more comfortable in my own skin.
I trust that the body I was given is right for my destiny.
I was given the body that is best suited for what my soul is here to learn.
My body is temporary while my soul is eternal. I listen to both.
My body isn’t perfect and I like that.
Thank you body, for carrying me each day.
I love my body so that it will feel loved.
I have a positive body image.
I listen to what my body needs.
I trust that my body and soul work together.
I’m grateful for my body.
I believe there is more to this life than what I can see and touch.
I trust that I am on the right path.
I am committed to fulfilling my soul’s journey in this life.
I am taking it one day at a time.
I ask for guidance when I need it.
I ask for clarity when I’m confused.
I ask for guidance and listen, so I’ll hear the answers.
I don’t expect the answers to be immediate.
I have patience with my own life.
I have patience with myself.
I believe in myself.
I believe that nature is designed to heal.
I stay positive so that my body will work optimally.
I am healing each day.
I am asking for God/Source/Universe to be with me on my healing journey.
I am bringing in healing energy.
I am in a state of healing.
I am abundant health.
My body, mind, and spirit is in a constant state of growth and healing.
I believe I’m capable of healing.
I am relaxed and at ease, so that I will heal.
I breathe in healing light and exhale fear and anxiety.
I’m pretty intense about helping people create great energy in their lives, their body’s and into healing situations.
So they’ll be their best self.
Because when my husband was dealing with a health issue, we were very aware of negative energy around us.
So, we were careful about what energy people brought into the room.
Here are affirmations to help you create uplifting energy in your environment.
I’m bringing positive energy into this situation.
I’m focusing on the relationship, not on my being right.
I seek to understand.
I’m wishing for the best outcome.
I can push past my fear at this moment.
Please help me move past fear at this moment.
We are here to create a healing environment.
We are here to create positive energy that heals.
We are bringing love and healing.
In addition, here’s an article to help you send positive energy to those you love.
Oppression of people
In A New Earth, Eckhart Tolle writes…
“During a 300 year period between three and five million women were killed by the holy inquisition, an institution founded by the Catholic Church to suppress heresy. Women’s status was reduced to being childbearing and men’s property.”
Eckhart Tolle goes on to enlighten us, “The collective racial pain body is pronounced in Jewish people who have suffered persecution over many centuries. Not surprisingly it is strong as well in Native Americans.”
As a Jewish woman, I feel particularly attuned to this.
Sadly, many groups throughout history have suffered at the hands of ignorance and hatred. We cannot ignore the energy that is passed down from generation to generation when hatred and intolerance are inflicted upon others.
And, instead of being victims, we can take responsibility for our own energy, and heal our lives so that those we love and those to come, can heal.
Positive Thinking Books
You’ve heard the phrase: Garbage in, garbage out. It’s true! So, put good stuff in by reading material that helps you challenge yourself, grow, and be your best self.
Positive thinking books will focus your attention on the quality of your thinking, which is important for a full life.
In addition, I teach positive thinking in hospitals and schools.
As I said above, my own negative thinking plagued me years. So, I know the importance of dialing down my own “low-vibe” thinking:)
Avoid negative self-talk
Negative thoughts lead to negative emotions. According to spiritual leader Eckhart Tolle, negative emotions are toxic to the body and interfere with its balance in our harmonious functioning.
Affirmations for women must include self-talk that is life-affirming, promotes well being, strong mental health, and a happy life.
In his groundbreaking book, What You Say When You Talk to Yourself, Shad Helmstetter teaches us how dangerous negative self-talk is to our self-worth.
As you speak to yourself negatively, it’s like programming your inner computer, your brain, that you are unworthy, not enough, damaged, etc.
It’s something most of us do and we can reverse that our low-vibe self-talk by practicing positive self-talk over and over again.
Negative stories are a step below negative thoughts! It’s when you’re telling yourself a story as to why you don’t have what you wish.
Here are examples of negative stories we tell ourselves from A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle: Nobody respects and appreciates me. I have to strive to survive. There is never enough money. Life always lets you down. I don’t deserve abundance. I don’t deserve love.
Positive affirmations are positive expressions and statements repeated throughout the day to change negative thinking and improve your life.
Using positive affirmations to improve one’s self-awareness and self-worth will help you feel better about yourself.
The beautiful balance of allowing yourself to feel what is true for you while keeping your thoughts high vibration is a great strategy for raising self-esteem and practicing self-care.
Positive affirmations can change thinking patterns as long as you stick with them.