Positive-Affirmations give our enlightenment spiritual enhancement.

Positive-Affirmations create our own spiritual leadership.

Daily Positive-Affirmations are mind and spirit healing.

Positive-Affirmations enhance our daily spiritual living. There are many religious free affirmations. Many healing affirmations. Make it a habit to find daily positive affirmations to shore-up your sobriety.

Build or collect yourself a personal list of positive-affirmations.

“Throughout the ages, and all over the world, affirmations and prayers have enriched universal moments in our human experience.

These are some of the ancient rituals of the spirit. Affirmations as prayers, are a rare source of spiritual solace and inspiration.”

The need to find an inner pathway to the Spirit is as old as time. Discover affirmations for healing. The power of intention is phenomenal.

“Prayer, and Affirmation, is the contemplation of the facts of life from the highest point of view,” Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote. “It is the soliloquy of a beholding and jubilant soul.” Check out these Quotable ideas, for Affirmation.

Positive-Affirmations create our spiritual guidance, our spiritual life.

“A moment of silence in the glow of a setting sun. The serenity prayer spoken in unison at the close of a 12-step meeting.

Positive-Affirmations of personal intent and individual prayers offer a luminous and self-generating kind of energy.

They are powerful acts of honesty and imagination, a rising up and drawing near to God in mind, heart and spirit, a grounding where recovery wisdom finds a special dwelling place.”

Affirmations and prayer offer a pathway to release an inner power that heals and strengthens. They give us courage for our addiction-recovery. Try an affirmation for sobriety.

Consider: “Protect me, O Lord; My boat is so small, and your sea is so big.” Traditional Christian Fisherman’s Prayer. Prayers can be the most affirmative. A Contract.

We can with Affirmative guidance, enhance our Spiritual life.

Consider Saint Francis‘ simple plea:

Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love. Where there is injury, pardon. Where there is doubt, faith. Where there is despair, hope. Where there is sadness, joy.

Grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled, as to console. To be understood, as to understand. To be loved, as to love. For it is giving, that we receive, it is in pardoning, that we are pardoned, it is in dying that we are born again.

Saint Francis of Assisi Our Affirmations support our Spirituality Practice. Explore.

Consider contemplation and meditation for added Spiritual insight.

Meditation can be a special form of spiritual healing.

Healing meditation can be simple personal contemplation. We can create our own internal guidance, our own spiritual fire.

“Great becomes the fruit, great the advantage of earnest contemplation, when it is set round with upright conduct. Great becomes the fruit, great the advantage of intellect, when it is set round with earnest contemplation.

The mind set round with intelligence is set quite free from intoxications; from the intoxication of sensuality, from the intoxication of delusion, from the intoxication of ignorance.”

Buddha’s Song The Serenity Prayer is a great Personal Affirmation.

Spiritual quotes provide mind, body, and spirit with sustenance.

Spiritual nourishment has come to us from many sources. Some often very early in life.

“Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray thee, Lord, thy child to keep: Thy love guard me through the night and wake me with the morning light.” Bedtime Prayer

The highest good is like water. Water gives life to the ten thousand things and does not strive. It flows in places men reject and so is like the Tao.

In dwelling, be close to the land. In meditation, go deep in the heart. In dealing with others, be gentle and kind. In speech, be true. In ruling, be just. In business, be competent. In action, watch the timing. No fight: No blame.

Lao Tse Consider Addiction as a Spiritual Disease.

Spiritual living is enhanced by personal affirmations.

“Lord, open our eyes, that we may see you in our brothers and sisters. Lord open our ears, that we may hear the cries of the hungry, the cold, the frightened, the depressed. Lord, open our hearts, that we may love each other as you love us. Renew in us your spirit Lord, free us and make us one.

Mother Theresa Consider a Serenity Life practice.

Prayers for Addiction-Recovery and Spiritual Renewal

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. The courage to change the things I can. And the wisdom to know the difference. Grant me patience with the things that take time. Tolerance of the struggles of others that may be different from my own. Appreciation for all I have and the willingness to get up and try again. One day at a time.

The Serenity Prayer

Our Native Americans have a long and rich history of Affirmations and Prayers.

Weave for us a garment of brightness; May the warp be the light of morning, may the weft be the red of evening, may the fringes be the falling rain. May the border be the standing rainbow. Thus weave for us a garment of brightness. That we may walk fittingly where birds sing, That we may walk fittingly where grass is green, O our Mother the Earth, O our father the sky.

Native American You can have Mindfulness Awareness. Explore.

Daily Positive-Affirmations help keep our sobriety aligned toward the serenity of recovery.

An excellent example of Positive-Affirmations are when they are statements of your actual personal intent.

For example: “Today, I will…Finish the affirmative statement with an intended planned addiction recovery behavior.”

A Hindu Affirmation:

“From the unreal lead me to the real; From darkness lead me to the light; From death lead me to deathlessness.”

Old testament: The 23 psalm is an affirmation of assurance.

The lord is my shepard; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadth me beside still waters. He restoreth my soul; Yea, thought I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for thou art with me; Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.

Personal daily affirmations help keep our sobriety in check, and our addiction-recovery plan on track.
Positive-Affirmations remind us of our Serenity Prayer.