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Affirmation defined: 1. the act or an instance of affirming; state of being affirmed. 2. the assertion that something exists or is true. 3. something that is affirmed; a statement or proposition that is declared to be true.4. confirmation or ratification of the truth or validity of a prior judgment, decision, etc. 1. act of affirming: an assertion of support or agreement 2. something affirmed: a positive statement or declaration of the truth or existence of something an affirmation of his love 3. law formal legal declaration: a formal declaration acceptable in a court, usually made by somebody who has a conscientious objection to taking an oath 4. positive statement of achievement: a positive thought or statement affirming that a desired goal has been reached or is within reach [15th century. Directly or via French< Latin affirmation-<affirmare] [13th century. Via Old French< Latin affirmare “strengthen” <firmus “firm”]
I am wealthy and abundant
1. All the things I want and need come to me.
2. I always receive more than what I need.
3. I have a bank account with more than enough.
4. I am an abundant person.
5. I create abundance in all that I say and do.
6. I accept abundance.
7. I welcome, and am open to receive all abundance that comes.8. I draw
abundance to myself today and every day. Evelyn Lim
1. “I am fearless.” If you said this out loud it would be very effective to raise your voice and emphasis the word fearless. If you raised your hand in a strong gesture it further anchors the strength and courage that you feel in your body. The visual image that may go along with “I am fearless,” could be seeing yourself confronting a strong adversary and you looking right into his or her eyes and feeling in your heart that you are too strong to cower, and that you are planted firmly to the Earth. Effectively Working with Affirmations © by Yoga Kat aka Katheryn Hoban
2. “I affirm fearlessness of that which I have feared.” Culture of Courage. By Frank Channing Haddock
Affirmations for Peace and Harmony
I am at peace with myself.
I am always in harmony with the Universe. I am filled with the love of the Universal Divine Truth. I am at peace with all those around me. I have provided a harmonious place for myself and those I love Source: Affirmation-Website
Saivism’s Affirmation of Faith The proclamation “God Siva is Immanent Love and Transcendent Reality” is a potent affirmation of faith. Said in any of Earth’s 3,000 languages, it summarizes the beliefs and doctrines of the Saivite Hindu religion. Aum. An affirmation of faith is a terse, concise statement summarizing a complex philosophical tradition. “God Siva is Immanent Love and Transcendent Reality,” is what we have when we take the milk from the sacred cow of Saivism, separate out the cream, churn that cream to rich butter and boil that butter into a precious few drops of ghee. “God Siva is Immanent Love and Transcendent Reality” is the sweet ghee of the Saivite Hindu religion. In the Sanskrit language it is Sivah Sarvagatam Prema, Param Satyam Parah Sivah. In the sweet Tamil language it is even more succinct and beautiful: Anbe Sivamayam, Satyame Parasivam. In French it is Dieu Siva est Amour omniprÚsent et RÚalitÚ transcendante. We strengthen our mind with positive affirmations that record the impressions of the distilled and ultimate truths of our religion so that these memories fortify us in times of distress, worldliness or anxiety. The Tirumantiram proclaims, “Transcending all, yet immanent in each He stands. For those bound in the world here below, He is the great treasure. Himself the Parapara Supreme, for all worlds He gave the way that His greatness extends.” Aum Namah Sivaya. – BY: Sathguru Sivaya Subramuniya swami in “ Dancing with Siva.” ( Sathguru Sivaa Subramuniya Swami Of the Hawaii monastery.Kauai Aadheenam,Kauai’s Hindu Monastery drawn from Gurudeva’s 3,000 page trilogy on Hindu philosophy, culture and metaphysics, available in the full-color volumes of Dancing, Living and Merging with Siva at our Minimela online store.) (modified)
Science of Mind / Religious Science Affirmation – To affirm anything is to state that it is so, and to maintain this as being true in the face of all evidence to the contrary. Human thought can only affirm, for even at the moment of denial, it is affirming the presence of that which it denies ! Repeating an affirmation is leading the mind to that state of consciousness where it accepts that which it wishes to believe. (Source – Glossary of Terms – The Science of Mind – A Philosophy, A Faith, A Way of Life by Ernest Holmes)