Disability affirmations are no different to able-bodied peoples affirmations. We all are human with some brokenness, some are visible and some are invisible. Here are a few disability affirmations that apply to every human being.
I AM CONFIDENT
Confidence is key to a happy and fulfilling life, regardless of disability or difference.
Some tips for getting more confident here.
I AM GROUNDED AND FOCUSED
When you feel unbalanced in life and anxious, grounding can help. Grounding is also known as “earthing”. Basically, it is being out in nature and feeling the ground under your feet an connecting with nature. As hippy as it may seem, it does bring about calmness. Combine grounding with meditation and get focused.
Some tips for grounding here.
I AM POSITIVE AND A BEING OF LIGHT AND LOVE
Where there is no light, darkness exists. Be light. Be love. When we connect to our conscious minds, we bring positivity into our space.
“Be the change you wish to see in the world“=Mahatma Gandhi
- Be the example of love and light by caring for others
- Share your story of hope and change with others
I AM BLESSED AND GRATEFUL
Gratitude makes us friendlier, more sociable and appreciative humans. This improves our lives, relationships and health.
Gratitude makes us:
- Stronger emotionally
- More Positive
- Less materialistic and worldly
- More spiritual
- Less Self-centred
- Rested and calm
- Visit the doctor less
- More energetic
- Fitter and healthier
- Free of envy
- Improves career
FEELINGS ARE NOT FACTS
Let’s face it, there are going to be ignorant people who point out your disability in a negative way. When you feel that something isn’t fair or right, don’t obsess about it, keep it in or ignore it. Instead, look at how you may be creating those feelings. Ask yourself questions with accusation concerning the people or person that may have caused the emotion. See things from their space and then react. It can also help to get an outsiders perspective on things.