Author Topic: Seth's Personal Daily Affirmations  (Read 129 times)

Offline Deb

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These were New Year's Resolutions given to Jane and Rob on New Year's Day in 1979, but we really need to subscribe to these every day—even more than that if we're having a 'bad' day. Thanks @jbseth for the reminder!

One: I will approve of myself, my characteristics, my abilities, my likes and dislikes, my inclinations and disinclinations, realizing that these form my unique individuality. They are given to me for a reason.

Two: I will approve of and rejoice in my accomplishments and I will be as vigorous in listing these—as rigorous in remembering them—as I have ever been in remembering and enumerating my failures or lacks of accomplishment.

Three: I will remember the creative framework of existence in which I have my being. Therefore the possibilities, potentials, seeming miracles, and joyful spontaneity of Framework 2 will be in my mind, so that the doors to creative living are open.

Four: I will realize that the future is a probability. In terms of ordinary experience, nothing exists there yet. It is virgin territory, planted by my feelings and thoughts in the present. Therefore I will plant accomplishments and successes, and I will do this by remembering that nothing can exist in the future that I do not want to be there.

Dreams Evolution and Value Fulfillment, Volume 1, Chapter 3, Session 891, Jan. 1, 1979

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Offline jbseth

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Thanks Deb,  :)

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