Do Not Let Others Rob You Of Your Peace!

You give away your power to others when you respond to rude, critical and argumentative people. Do not let others rob you of your peace.

Louise Hay affirmations:

I am willing to let go. I release others to experience whatever is meaningful to them, and I am free to create that which is meaningful to me.

I let go of all expectations. People, places and things are free to be themselves, and I am free to be me.

You are not a helpless victim of your own thoughts, but rather a master of your mind. What do you need to let go of? Take a deep breath, relax, and say to yourself, ‘I am willing to let go. I release. I let go. I release all tension. I release all fear. I release all anger. I release all guilt. I release all sadness. I let go of all old limitations. I let go, and I am at peace. I am at peace with myself. I am at peace with the process of life. I am safe.’

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Empower Yourself!

“Believe in your potential. Believe in your capabilities. Keep focusing on what you can do, and not on what you can’t. Constantly work to empower yourself. Trust in your goodness and in love. Know your intentions, and hold on to those intentions no matter the outcome. No one can take your power away from you without your permission. Reclaim you power. Empower yourself. You are capable. Focus on the steps and the doing and you will soon find yourself doing and experiencing things you never imagined you could be. One brave step at a time. Perseverance, diligent, and consistent effort are incredibly powerful.”
~Akiroq Brost

Stop Lying To Yourself!

“Everyone lies to themselves, but many people do it with good intentions. They want to believe what they tell themselves, it is often times the best possible version of reality for them. Although it may not be accurate, it is a mural of their desires, aspirations, optimism and passion. These people usually either need time or a new experience to discover the truth. People who lie to themselves for different reasons are often times trying to avoid something or escape blame for things they have done.”
~Ashly Lorenzana