The Queen of My Self

The Queen of My Self


Loving Affirmation of My Self

posted by Donna Henes


I am a divine and beautiful being.

I choose to live each moment with appreciation and
complete acceptance of my own divinity and beauty.

I choose to appreciate and accept the beauty in all
beings and the perfect divinity in each moment.

I open my heart to the possibility of love and benefit
from every being and each moment.

I purge myself of all doubt, negativity, judgmental
tendencies, guilt, panic, and fearful thinking.

I always seek that which I need to grow, to bud, to
bloom, to blossom, to fruit, to bear seed.

I dare to draw into myself the positive manifestation of
each trial and difficulty; the rightness of every lesson.

I breathe deeply and savor the love and benefit that
surrounds and embraces my life as I live it each moment.

I forgive myself with each breath I take and renew my
transformative intentions with every beat of my heart.

I glory in the goodness and rightness of all that I
encounter and all that I am.

I am a divine and beautiful being.

©Donna Henes

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  • hedgecrone

    thank you, i will be printing this out, proper credit to you of course,
    and handing it out to everyone , man and woman, I know

  • http://www.DonnaHenes.net Donna Henes

    That is so great! Thanks a million. And your friends will thank you, too.

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