Affirmative-Prayers can be as simple as: “Nothing can bring me the peace of recovery but myself.”
An affirmative-Prayer is “Today, may I be responsible for my recovery. I will not judge myself by yesterday’s mistakes.”
Affirmations as part of spiritual practice includes quotes of spiritual sayings and poems.
Affirmative-Prayers can relate to our recovery from addictive behavior, but, more often just our daily tasks and spiritual encouragement.
Serenity Life Practice can offer an affirmative approach to your life.
Inspirational and spiritual quotes can be Affirmative-Prayers.
“Just for today, I will find the inner strength and courage to live with my internal conflicts. I will not expect my recovery to be easy.”
“Just for today, I will find my happiness within myself, not in anyone else or anything else.”
From Personal Affirmations by Katherine Gardner.
Consider your Relationship as a Spiritual Practice.
I recognize the secret of serenity is not hindsight or foresight, but insight.
The secret of serenity is balance.
The secret of serenity is setting limits.
The secret to serenity is living in the present moment.
Today, I will try to live, to think, and to feel only in the present moment, the Now. Nothing has ever happened or ever will happen outside Now.
Today, I will stop increasing my troubles by carrying yesterday’s problems all over again. And I will not add tomorrow’s burden to my load, before I am required to carry it.
Mindfulness awareness offers an approach to positive affirmations for recovery.
Affirmative-Prayers are the road to successful addiction recovery
Today, I throw away all ambition beyond that of doing the day’s work well. The travelers on the road to recovery success live in the present, heedless of taking thought for tomorrow.
Live neither in the past nor in the future, but let each day’s work absorb my entire energies.
From Sir William Osler
Today, I remember The Serenity Prayer offers me a practical guide to light my way.
Affirmarive-Prayers start with The Serenity Prayer.
Let-Go-Addictions brings affirmation.
Let-Go-Let-God-Awareness offers Letting Go insight.
My Prayers acknowledge I must be responsible for myself.
I can not be responsible for others and they can not be responsible for me. My happiness does not depend on other people, but on myself.
Today, I fear not that my life shall come to an end, but rather fear that it shall never have a beginning. So, today, I say: “This day let me make a sound beginning.”
Recovery from harmful experiences, relationships, or behaviors, can take time---even the rest of our lives. It also takes trust in ourselves.
AN Affirmative approach can enable your evolving personal spirituality.
My Personal Affirmation
“I realize happiness is difficult to find inside myself, but, I also realize it is impossible to find anywhere else.”
Recovery-Mindfulness supports Sobriety and Serenity.
Affirmative-Prayers suggests this Daily Prayer prescription for Sobriety Living Sober.