If forgiveness, kindness and humanity
could have changed something;
today we would have been living a peaceful world.
Affirmation: I am peaceful, calm, and contented.
I relax easily. Although many things in life are worthy of my attention, nothing is worth getting anxious or frustrated about. All things happen in their own good time. Whatever comes to pass, I am peaceful, calm, and contented.
Inner peace is my birthright. I am pleased to be able to say that nothing truly rocks my boat for long. I handle all situations with the grace and ease that comes from being centered in myself.
In the face of challenges, I remain calm. I know that things usually work out for the best. New or challenging situations are natural parts of life, and I always make it through them just fine.
Contentment is also easy for me. I make time daily to remember all of the things for which I am thankful, even if I do so just for a few moments as I drift off to sleep. This practice helps me remain happy with my own life, whatever comes.
If I ever find myself feeling upset or discontent, I ask myself what I really need right now. Is it some time to myself, alone? Perhaps I might feel nourished by a cup of hot tea, a warm bath, or the company of a good friend.
Whatever I need, I make it a priority to carve out time for it because I always feel calmer when my needs are met.
Today, I feel grounded and centered in myself.
I am peaceful, calm, and contented. Each day, I consciously practice gratitude, which helps me maintain my inner balance.
Homework/ Self-Reflective Questions/ Journal Prompts:
1. When do I feel most peaceful?
2. Are there ways I can carry this feeling with me into other situations?
3. What is the relationship between gratitude and contentment?