Questions to Ask Yourself:
1. What is my greatest demonstration of inner strength?
2. Where is my inner strength lacking? Is this area of lack limiting my life?
3. How can I further develop my inner strength?
My inner strength serves as an inspiration to myself, and to others. Inspiring others is important to me, and I can do so through demonstrations of great inner strength.
When I am feeling inadequate, I remember situations where I felt exceptionally strong. When I remember these times, I can feel my inner strength growing stronger and stronger; I feel like I can do and accomplish almost anything. My strength feels limitless.
My personal strength begins with my tremendous focus. I work on maintaining my focus on my objectives even when other things try to enter my mind.
I work at keeping tremendous focus and clarity. This clarity provides peace and comfort.
My morals form the next layer of my strength. I know that most things turn out as I think they should, provided I continue to live by my morals and guiding principles.
My values give me a sense of security and stability. They are the anchor of my life.
Commitment is important for the strength to persevere, especially through challenging times.
I visualize my projects and actions through to the end. I enjoy the feeling of accomplishment that completion provides me. I value my commitment as it serves to make me stronger.
I am a force to be reckoned with and my inner strength is boundless.