Month: October 2021

14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C 18th October 2021

14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C 18th October 2021

The right quote at the right time can transform your life. Not all quotes are powerful. But every once in a while, you come across a quote that stands out from the rest. These powerful quotes inspire you to take a step back and to…

Tips for Managing Anxiety Attacks – Ultimate Guide!

Tips for Managing Anxiety Attacks – Ultimate Guide!

Today I will be discussing anxiety attack tips and techniques that have helped me in the past when I would suffer with them. Anxiety attacks are truly terrifying, something anyone who has suffered having one will agree with. Your heart beats out of your chest,…

Cultivating Gratitude – Ultimate Guide!

Cultivating Gratitude – Ultimate Guide!

Today I will be talking through exercises and habits for cultivating gratitude.

The benefits of having a daily gratitude practice are nearly endless. This is a simple practice but the challenge is taking the time to integrate it into your daily life.

It can take 21 days to form a habit and then it will become more second nature. Committing to taking time each day to notice and reflect on the things that have gone well during the day, that you are thankful for increases your health and well-being.

The practice of gratitude has been studied in the field of positive psychology the study of what makes life worth living.

Gratitude has become a positive psychology intervention that is used in several settings. Research in this field has found that the practice of being thankful in life is strongly associated with well-being and happiness.

Gratitude facilitates “meaning- finding” in our ordinary life events which is fuel for psychological resilience.

The practice of gratitude has been found to increase positive emotions, altruistic behaviour, and reduce physical complaints, stress, depression, and worry.

Indeed, research has found that gratitude is linked to all levels of well-being and has become a popular intervention that fosters positive functioning and psychological strengths.



Benefits of Gratitude Practice

The connection between gratitude and well-being has been explored in numerous scientific studies. In one study of over 5,000 adults, researchers found that gratitude was strongly associated with life satisfaction.

Other studies have shown that people with more gratitude have greater happiness and lower levels of stress and depression.

Taking it a step further, researchers have tried to find out if practicing gratitude can have physical and psychological benefits, including for people who are struggling in life.

The answer has been a resounding “yes.” A broad range of benefits was found in people who regularly practice gratitude, including:

Psychological Benefits

  • More joy and happiness
  • Greater optimism and pleasure
  • Higher levels of positive emotions
  • Feeling less lonely and isolated
  • More resilience after trauma

Physical Benefits

  • Stronger immune system
  • Less bothered by pain
  • Lowered blood pressure
  • Healthier habits
  • Better sleep quality

Practicing gratitude has even been shown to bring about changes in the brain.

People who practiced gratitude regularly showed greater activation in a region of the brain known to be associated with experiencing gratitude. This means they may be even more sensitive to future gratitude experiences, potentially resulting in mental health benefits over time.

Finally, gratitude has been shown to have social benefits, including improvements in relationships such as romantic relationships and workplace relationships. When you are grateful for what others have done for you, you’re more likely to want to do good deeds for others.

Scientific knowledge around benefits of gratitude practice continues to grow.


Cultivating Gratitude – Ultimate Guide!


Start now!

Taking time to appreciate the good things in the world can easily be built into your daily life. Here are some simple steps to help you cultivate a daily gratitude practice:

1. Commit

We always seem to resist what is good for us. You may not always feel motivated to complete this practice but do it anyway. Don’t let excuses get in your way. It will still have benefits even if you have to force yourself some days. Commit to doing this daily and it will soon become a habit like brushing your teeth.

2. Begin

It may be helpful to pick a time each day that you will complete your gratitude practice. It may be first thing in the morning, during your lunch break, or in the evening.

Once you have a schedule made for yourself take out a journal either in paper format or you can use your computer and begin.

You can start with, “I am grateful for…”


This can be difficult in the beginning to connect to the things you are grateful especially if your life is not what you would like it to look like.

There are always things in our life that are going well. It may be just that you are breathing, that you showered, maybe a smile on a stranger’s face, etc.

Try to find new things each day you can be grateful for rather than just repeating the same things each day.

Tap into your creativity. Again, this may feel odd when you first start. You have just planted a seed and with nurturing this practice it will blossom.

3. Feel it

Allow yourself to feel grateful not just in your mind but in your body. Feel the warmth of appreciation, love, and connection.

Allow it to seep into your pores as you embody it. Place a hand on your heart as you feel your body being lifted as it radiates through you.

You may not always be able to feel gratitude in an embodied way but when you do savour it. Allow it to fill your heart and use its energy as fuel in your life.

4. Continue even after you start to see results

Too often people take a break from the practice once they start to see results. When one does this the results also begin to diminish.

Commit to making this a lifelong practice. You may miss a day here and there as you are only human but just continue to come back consciously noticing and reflecting on what is going well in your life and what you are thankful for.


Celebrate tiny achievements

You should  always celebrate the mini milestones along the way, even if it’s just making it through a bad day.

It can feel silly to give yourself a pet on the back for doing something that’s relatively easy to do, but who cares?

You know how challenging it was to host a fabulous party for your kids with little means, how much work you put into finishing that task despite the pain in your back. Be proud of yourself!

“Learn to be thankful for what you already have, while you pursue all that you want.” – Jim Rohn

It’s not easy to practice gratitude when you don’t feel like it, and it’s perfectly normal that you don’t feel over-the-moon blessed when you’re going through tough times.

But you can be sad and disappointed about the problems you’re facing and feel grateful about the things that are going well in your life at the same time. In fact, positive feelings like thankfulness can help you deal better with the inevitable negative ones.


Be creative with your practice

Finding new and creative ways to integrate gratitude into your everyday life can keep things fun.

It is important that you make this practice your own and so it has personal meaning for you.

We should not do things because we believe we should when it does not resonate with this. There are indeed several things you can do to improve your health and happiness, but it is up to you to put your signature on it, make it meaningful to you and you will reap even more rewards.

Below are some examples of how you can be creative with your gratitude practice.


Start a gratitude list or journal

So this post clearly shows you the importance of gratitude in life. Make it a daily habit! And a gratitude journal is, of course, a perfect way to express your gratitude every day.

Writing down 3 things that went well that day is a proven method to boost feelings of gratitude and happiness.


You can reap the most rewards from your gratitude journal by focusing on people and experiences rather than things you’re thankful for. No need to make a long list of things you’re supposed to feel grateful for – a detailed description of one specific thing that sparked thankfulness works best.

No matter if you just list on a piece of paper what you are grateful for, or you write it in your journal, like a story, it helps you to reflect every day how many great things you already have in your life.

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The below is an excellent journal for your gratitude practice:



Make a gratitude list

Like the gratitude journal, one large list is a great way for you to visually see the great things going on in your life. Add to your list every single day, and you’ll be forced to get creative so you don’t repeat.


Give back

Gratitude and Generosity really go hand in hand. And I even invented my own formula for this:

Gratitude + Generosity = Abundance

Generosity signals to the Law of Attraction that you have more than enough, so much, that you can even share some of it. Your gratitude for these things, even more, supports the whole thing.

And you get a double effect! Because those you give to, they will undoubtedly return gratitude.


Take a daily photo of something you’re grateful for

It doesn’t have to be beautifully lit, nicely staged, or Instagram-worthy. This could be a grainy photo of your car with the snow scraped off because neighbour is thoughtful. It can be a poorly lit photo of one perfectly ripe peach or your dog making a funny face. It can be a blurry photo capturing the joy of five friends who haven’t seen each other in years.

Taking daily gratitude photos pushes you to find something good every single day and since they’re in your phone, you’ll have access to all those happy memories when you’re stuck in a less gratitude-inducing situation.


Start a gratitude jar

A gratitude jar is something I came across last year and found it such a wonderful idea.

You take a big jar and colourful paper, and every day you write something on a piece of paper for which you are thankful, and so you fill the gratitude jar, day by day.

At the end of the year, you open each of these notes and read them out loud. This is a recipe for 365 days of gratitude. What could be better?


Mindfully reflect on your blessings during the day

At various points throughout the day, mindfully look for things to be grateful for – then acknowledge them.

Once you begin to intentionally look for things to be thankful for, this will become a habit you don’t have to think about anyone.


You’ll start to appreciate the taste of your morning tea or coffee more than ever. You’ll notice that simple pieces of your daily life are actually quite special and something you can celebrate.

Purchase a book, research it on YouTube. The Mindfulness practice is life changing when used consistently and persistently!



Create a gratitude wall

A gratitude board is a great alternative to a vision board.

All you need is a free spot on a wall or a pin-board, and every time you feel grateful for something that you have or that just happened to you, write it on a note and post it to your gratitude wall.

Of course, it is also important to regularly read through these notes and reflect on the amazing life you are already living.


Incorporate gratitude into your mediation

Gratitude meditation may take a little bit of practice, but it’s easy enough even for those new to meditation. Don’t let the concept of meditation intimidate you; it can be quite a rewarding way to experience the benefits of gratitude practice.

The simplest way to get started with gratitude meditation is with a guided meditation. Start with a shorter length of time, say 5 minutes, and over time you may want to work up to longer, such as 15 or 20 minutes.

It all depends on your schedule and how the practice feels to you.

The below is an excellent guided meditation that I use regularly:

You’ll want to sit comfortably, relax, and close your eyes. Release your tension and focus on your breath. Let all other thoughts float away.

The guide will take you through a series of prompts to reflect on what you are grateful for. You can even be grateful for challenges you experience, because they provide opportunities to learn and grow.

You can try the guided meditation below or use a meditation app to look for one. Insight Timer is a free meditation app that’s great to try. Be sure to notice how you feel after your gratitude meditation.

Try gratitude meditation a few times a week for optimal benefit.



Tell others that you are thankful

Tell people that ‘you’re grateful and thank them for everything positive they bring into your life.

Whether that’s the friendly staff member in the coffee shop who served you with extra care or the lady next door who feeds your cat when you’re away for the weekend.

Giving back is one of the most beautiful things in life, and it is so good to express our gratitude to the people who are valuable to us regularly.


Share your gratitude for your loved ones

Most of us are a little bit guilty of taking our loved ones for granted. The next time you notice a kind act by a loved one, why not show gratitude by simply saying ‘thank you’ , or giving a hug?


We ought to show appreciation and not let kind acts go unnoticed. Training yourself to show your gratefulness for loved ones can strengthen your relationships with others.


Spread gratitude via your social media platforms

Social media can feel so negative at times, but using it to share your gratitude can help create a more positive online  atmosphere. For example, share an uplifting moment from a recent event or a lesson you learned from a book you read, or a photo of a place near you that you’re grateful for.

Spreading good, and in a unique and uplifting way, is one way we each can do our part in this digital age to remind each other that we have a lot to be grateful for.  Let us each inspire one another in this way.

Training our minds to practice gratitude more often is possible if we are mindful of ourselves, each other and our environment. Let us widen our circle of appreciation. Please share your ideas for reminding yourself to be grateful.


Share your gratitude practice

Our relationships can be the source of our greatest happiness. Incorporating people into your practice can help boost your experience.

You can partner with someone which will help keep you accountable and motivate you on the days you may struggle with the practice.

It may also help to see what other people have written as part of their practice making it easier to also notice those things in your life.

Sharing the things, we are grateful for with our family and friends can have several additional benefits. This can be a practice that is also built into family routines such as before dinner or at breakfast.


Another way to boost the influence of gratitude is a gratitude letter. This involves writing a letter to someone who had a positive impact on your life that you have never thanked properly.

You can send this letter to them or visit them and read it to them. Too often we fail to thank the people who have added value to our lives.

Taking the time to formally express this to them expands the reaches of your gratitude practice. Bringing more care and love into this world is a very powerful thing, do not think this is trivial, it is grand.


Be Grateful For The Little Things

In a world where everything has to be faster, bigger, and better, we often forget the small things.

When it comes to expressing your gratitude, it’s the little things that count because these little moments in life add up and can determine how your overall vibrational alignment is.

There are so many little things in life for which we can be grateful.

A beautiful sunrise, the sun shining on your face in the morning, the freshly brewed coffee, a smile from a stranger passing by, your good mood, the birds singing on your way to work, a text message from a good old friend, a meeting that worked out great, a nice chat at lunch break, the soft blanket you can fall into after a hard day at work.

And I could go on and on.

Every day we have countless experiences, thoughts, and feelings. If we only showed our gratitude for a small part of them, our lives would change dramatically.


Cultivating gratitude – Final thought

Let’s be real for a second. It’s impossible to be grateful all the time. Sometimes we experience seasons in our life when gratitude is a struggle.

People who practice gratitude will still experience sadness or other negative emotions. This is all normal and you should never feel guilty for not being grateful all the time.

Let’s start today’s gratitude practice, what are YOU grateful for today?

I would love to hear your thoughts on what you are doing to change your life in the coming days and years!

If you have any questions please reach out to me via I would love to hear from you!

I really hope you found inspiration in this article.




Practicing Self-Compassion – Ultimate Guide!

Practicing Self-Compassion – Ultimate Guide!

Today I will be talking through practicing self-compassion and the benefits of doing so. Self-compassion is an incredible tool for resilience – and all the more important as we begin to emerge, tentatively, from the coronavirus pandemic. We share why, and offer some of our favourite…

14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C 4th October 2021

14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C 4th October 2021

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111 Manifesting Abundance Affirmations – Ultimate Guide!

111 Manifesting Abundance Affirmations – Ultimate Guide!

Today I will be sharing with you 111 manifesting abundance affirmations.

I used to think affirmations were cheesy and incredibly awkward. Even just the thought of speaking affirmations made me cringe. I mean am I really going to walk around telling myself “I am abundant,” or “I am worthy?” How weird is that?

And am I really going to put them on post it notes and stick them all over my house? What if someone sees? I remember my friends in college used to make fun of me for doing sh*t like that.

I’ll admit, it took some getting used to. But now as a coach and as someone who has gone through their own self-development journey, I completely understand the need for them and the power affirmations have to impact our lives for the better.

Regardless of how you may feel about affirmations now, I want you to know that they really do work. But just like anything else they take some getting used to.

But before we get into the details and I share 111 affirmations that can help you with manifesting and abundance, let’s start with the basics.



What are affirmations? And why do they work?

Affirmations are positive, present tense statements that you use repeatedly by speaking them, hearing them, or seeing them.

Initially, affirmations help focus your awareness on more positive and uplifting thoughts that serve you rather than hold you back. Over time they have the ability to break the limiting beliefs that have built up in your subconscious mind from your past life experiences and societal messages.


If you’re reading this right now and it sounds like a bunch of hocus pocus, just think about this way: every single belief that you have now was most likely told to you repeatedly as you were growing up. (Whether it was explicitly verbalised or not).

Internalising new beliefs is no different from how you’re created belief systems in the past except for the fact that you are now choosing the beliefs and the mindset that you want to have rather than being a passive bystander by letting society, family, and friends choose them for you. Affirmations also require some more work because you actively have to change the beliefs that you already have.


Manifesting with affirmations

I find that affirmations are particularly helpful when it comes to manifesting. Why?

The reason we have such a hard time manifesting is because we’re blocked by limiting belief systems and negative emotions that have spent decades building up in our minds. And as we know, thoughts create our reality.

Affirmations can be such a game changer and help you have more success with manifestation by creating an abundant mindset, positive, and trusting mindset. Otherwise, you can have thoughts, emotions, and beliefs that are diametrically opposed to those needed to manifest and create abundance.

These beliefs are things like, “You have to work hard for money,” “Money doesn’t grow on trees,” “I don’t deserve abundance,” or “Only evil and greedy people have money.”

You can’t possibly manifest unless you shift those deep internal beliefs. It’s impossible. That’s why so many people believe in the Law of Attraction, but don’t receive anything from it.

For example, if you have internalised the belief that you are not worthy of being rich and experiencing abundance, you’re blocking your ability to manifest. Of course, if you don’t believe you deserve something, then the universe won’t give it to you!

The more you see them, hear them, speak them, the more you shift your beliefs and ways of thinking about money so that you can create more positive and abundant circumstances in your life and finally manifest what you want.



When you are brand new to using affirmations it might feel uncomfortable at first because you’ve never done it before. Just like when you start working out or meditating again, you might feel a little uncomfortable or even awkward. But that doesn’t mean you should stop! Push through the initial stages when it feels foreign!

Secondly, affirmations can work, but they take time. Just like anything else it’s not a magic pill or magic bullet. Affirmations slowly work to shift the beliefs which are stored in your subconscious mind, not your logical mind. Surprisingly, I learned last year that the subconscious mind is where 99% of our beliefs are stored.


So with that being said you have to give them plenty of time to actually work. You can’t expect to use affirmations for one day or one week and shatter all of the limiting beliefs you accumulated over decades of your life. If you’re going into it with that steep of an expectation, you’re going to be disappointed.

If you want to see success with affirmations and start manifesting, commit to using them and making them a part of your life. Then be patient as you await the results.


How to use affirmations

If I were to rattle off 111 abundance affirmations, it probably wouldn’t do much good unless you knew how to use them.

Here are the 4 steps you should take if you want to experience a positive benefit from using affirmations.


1. Choose a few affirmations that you want to work on that will help you shift your mindset in the right direction. Don’t try to use all 111 affirmations at a time!

If you try to do all of them at once, you’re not going to put enough focus into each one and fully absorb the message. If you choose a couple affirmations that really speak to you and use them frequently, that’s when you’ll see the change. Once you have seen benefits from using those and feel ready to progress, then you can choose another 3-5 and work with those.

Pro Tip: The affirmations that you choose should be related to a belief that you need to work on. However, in order for the affirmation to work for you, it can’t feel like a lie.

111 Manifesting Abundance Affirmations

Here’s an example, let’s say you suffer from a scarcity mindset and you’re trying to shift into an abundant mindset and manifest more money into your life. However, the affirmations such as “I am a money magnet,” “Money flows to me in various ways,” or “Money flows to me easily and frequently,” feel like a lie. If that’s the case, those affirmations are going to do nothing for you but reaffirm the opposite belief.

You should instead pick other affirmations that feel comfortable and true at the moment which can act as a stepping stone to start shifting your mindset in the right direction. A good place to start may be by using affirmations such as “I welcome an abundant mindset,” “I choose to live in an abundant mindset,” or “I live in an abundant universe.”


2. Incorporate affirmation into your daily life and routines

There’s a couple ways that you can do this, but I highly suggest using a combination of them. You can put the affirmations all around your environment, speak them out loud, or write them.

For example lots of people love to put affirmations on post-it notes so they see them as they’re going about the day. In this case, you’ll want to put them in areas that you frequent and see daily. Such as on the coffee maker, the fridge, in the medicine cabinet where your morning supplements are, in your car, on your work desk, on your nightstand, etc.

Speaking them and writing them could also be incredibly helpful and possibly work better than just seeing them in your environment. By repeatedly hearing your own voice and handwriting the affirmations in a notebook, the more you internalize them. Your subconscious mind is less likely to question it and more likely to internalise the message because it’s coming directly from you.


3. Use affirmations while you’re in a relaxed state

By using affirmations while you’re calm and relaxed, your logical mind is not taking over and the affirmations are able to work on your subconscious mind. For that reason, I find that the absolute best time to practice affirmations is when you’re winding down for the night and you’re about to fall asleep.

Or, if you really want to see some progress, record yourself speaking affirmations and play them while you sleep! This is going to work like a charm because your subconscious mind will be soaking up the affirmations without you having to do much work and without any resistance from your logical mind.


4. Give it time to work!

It’s worth repeating: affirmations take time. The only way you can really see progress through affirmations is by doing them regularly. This is not a one day fix. You’ll most likely need to use them for weeks before you start to see a shift in your mindset. But if you stick with it, that’s how you’ll see huge progress and be able to use affirmations to help you become a master at manifesting.


5. What if someone sees my affirmations?

I want to address this one issue before we move on. The #1 fear that most people have about affirmations is other people finding out that they do them.

Oh my goodness! Imagine the horror of someone seeing the affirmation post it notes all over your house when they come over!

Here’s what I have to say about that: If someone is going to judge you for trying to improve yourself, your life, and your mindset, that person is not a good friend and not a positive influence in your life. So if they want to judge you, let them judge and find some new friends.


111 Manifesting Abundance Affirmations – Ultimate Guide!

With all that being said, here are 111 money and abundance affirmations that you can use to start shifting your mindset and be on the same frequency as everything that you want to attract into your life!

Top tip:

These are affirmations that I use, love, and have saved over the years the more I dove into manifestation. Many of them are also from my favourite manifestation book of all time, Creating Money: Attracting Abundance,” by Sanaya Roman & Duane Packer.

I broke the affirmations down into sections so you choose affirmations based on which abundance beliefs you feel you need to work on right now.

You can find this amazing book below:



Affirmations for feelings of unworthiness

  • I accept and love myself for who I am right now
  • I give myself permission to have what I want
  • I deserve abundance
  • I allow myself to feel successful
  • I forgive myself, knowing that I did the best I knew how to at the time
  • I am a valuable person
  • I know my value. I honour my worth
  • I give generously to myself
  • I am a special, unique person
  • I am worthy of financial security and all that it brings to me
  • I am worthy of increasing my income
  • It is my birth right to thrive and succeed
  • I release all doubts and insecurities about myself
  • I create my happiness by accepting every part of myself with unconditional love


Affirmations about trust in the universe

  • The universe works in perfect ways, it always serves my higher good
  • I let go easily, trusting that nothing leaves my life unless something better is coming
  • The universe is conspiring to make me an abundant person
  • My dreams come true
  • I trust that everything comes at a perfect time and in the perfect way
  • The universe has big plans for me and it’s time to claim them
  • I am abundantly provided for as I follow my path
  • The universe is supporting me in ways I can’t imagine
  • The universe always has my back
  • I trust the universe to bring me the right circumstances and people into my life at the right time
  • Something wonderful is about to happen to me
  • Where my attention goes, universal energy flows


Affirmations to align with your highest self

  • I am empowered to live my highest purpose
  • I follow my highest joy
  • I trust and follow my inner guidance
  • I am in alignment with my highest self
  • I surrender to my higher good.
  • I have a unique, special contribution to make
  • I commit to my path. My path is important
  • My path and life’s work are my highest priorities
  • All the answers are within me. I follow my inner wisdom
  • Everything happens for my higher good
  • I find my life’s work by looking within rather than without
  • I am in alignment with my purpose


Affirmations about abundance & limitless potential

  • I am linked with the unlimited abundance of the universe
  • My choices and possibilities are expanding everyday
  • I am increasingly magnetic to money, prosperity, and abundance
  • I am an unlimited being. I can create anything I want
  • I live in an abundant universe. I always have everything I need
  • I choose to live an abundant life
  • The universe is safe, abundant, and friendly
  • My actions will lead to prosperity and abundance.
  • I have abundance in every area of my life
  • I picture abundance for myself and others
  • I expect the best to happen and it does
  • I accept prosperity and abundance into my life


Affirmations about manifesting money

  • Money flows in my life
  • I always have more money coming in than going out
  • As I do what I love, money and abundance flow freely to me
  • I am a money magnet
  • I am financially independent and free
  • My money is a source of good for myself and others
  • All my money is working for me to increase my abundance, joy, and aliveness
  • I embrace unique offers of income
  • I realise unlimited wealth in my life
  • I release negative financial energy
  • Money flows to me effortlessly
  • The world is better when I’m rich
  • I use my money in wise and fun ways
  • Money constantly flows towards me
  • My savings act as a magnet to draw more money
  • I have a truly positive attitude towards my money


Affirmations about happiness, joy, & positivity

  • My thoughts are loving and positive
  • I radiate self-esteem, inner peace, love, well-being, and happiness
  • I create what I want with energy
  • My energy is open and flowing in every area of my life
  • I release all negativity
  • I create money and abundance through joy, aliveness, and self-love
  • When I feel happy I manifest more reasons to be happy
  • Joy is the essence of my being
  • I am grateful, guided and excited. Everything I need to be happy flows through me now.
  • I see so many positives in my life
  • All the good in my life comes to me as I find happiness in each moment
  • My happiness is reflected back to me in everything I attract.
  • I am so grateful now that I am a magnet for miracles, happiness and joy.
  • I am choosing to feel happy and positive energy follows me wherever I go.
  • I always choose the path of most light
  • My days are filled with fun and meaningful activities
  • I bring love and positive attitude to everything I do
  • I surround myself with things that reflect my aliveness and energy


Affirmations about releasing emotional blocks

  • I release resistance to abundance and allow it to come to me naturally.
  • I am creating the life I desire and release all emotional blocks in the way
  • I release anything that is not for my higher good and I ask it to release me
  • I abandon old habits and choose new, positive ones.
  • I release my worries to the universe
  • I say goodbye to things in my life that are blocking my spiritual growth.
  • I live my life without restraints.
  • I choose freedom and release all things that block an open pathway.
  • I let go of my regrets. I am grateful for lessons my past missteps taught me.
  • I release my chaotic monkey mind. My mind is clear of distractions. I am focused.
  • I am free of burdens.
  • I am powerful, radiant, and brave.
  • It is safe to commit to my dreams and desires.
  • I gently release all my worries, anxieties, and fears.


Affirmations about prosperity & success

  • I believe in my unlimited prosperity
  • I speak of success and prosperity. My words inspire and uplift others
  • Prosperity flows to and through me
  • I am prosperous
  • I am a success
  • My prosperity prospers others
  • I always look for ways to make the other person a winner. As I help others win, I win as well.
  • Everyone’s success contributes to my success
  • I send others thoughts of their increased prosperity
  • New doors and opportunities are opening for me all the time.
  • I am always in the right place at the right time
  • All my experiences are opportunity to gain more power, clarity, and vision
  • I now have my ideal life
  • I am alert to my opportunities and I use them well


111 Manifesting Abundance Affirmations – Final thoughts

I hope you enjoyed today’s post and put these abundance affirmations into practice.

I would love to hear your thoughts on what you are doing to change your life in the coming days and years!

If you have any questions please leave a comment below or reach out to me via I would love to hear from you!

I really hope you found inspiration in this article.







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14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C 27th September 2021

14 Motivational Uplifting Quotes – W/C 27th September 2021

The right quote at the right time can transform your life. Not all quotes are powerful. But every once in a while, you come across a quote that stands out from the rest. These powerful quotes inspire you to take a step back and to…