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50 Affirmations For Self-Love

Saying affirmations are one of my absolute favourite things to do when it comes to practicing self-love (or anything really). There are a few reasons why I love affirmations so much.

For starters, they are almost too easy to mix into your internal dialogue. It does not require a huge amount of time to quickly say a few kind affirmations to yourself, whether that is quite literally saying them out loud to yourself or simply repeating them to yourself in your mind. You essentially just have to say (or think) them! Bonus points for saying them out loud – I find this approach to be extra powerful. 

Secondly, affirmations are a great place to start when it comes to practicing self-love on a regular basis because they don’t necessarily need to be true in order for you to start practicing them. Affirmations can reflect where it is you want to go, how you eventually want to feel about yourself, or a manifestation that you have for your self-love. When we are starting to implement self-love practices, it typically is not because we are feeling overly abundant in our own self-love but rather because we want to increase and improve our self-love. As such, saying “I am someone who deeply loves myself” may not *feel* true when you first say it, however, just saying it can help rewire some of those limiting beliefs you currently hold about your self-love. Affirmations don’t have to be true when you start to use them in regular practice, but with repetition, they will eventually feel very real. 

Lastly, something I adore about saying affirmations is how easy it is to make affirmations that are specific to ourselves. Even the list of 55 affirmations I’ve written below can be applied, in some way, to something specific in your life. If not, I am positive that they can spark some inspiration for an affirmation (or several) that you can create specifically for yourself. 

Now that we have discussed a few of my favourite things about affirmations, let’s dive into the juicy part of this blog post! 

Here are 50 affirmations you can say TODAY – and every day – for your self-love:

  1. I am someone who deeply loves myself 
  2. Loving myself is easy 
  3. I am worthy of love from myself and others 
  4. I treat my body the way someone who loves themself treats their body 
  5. My self-love is a priority for me 
  6. It feels easy to speak to myself kindly 
  7. I am so grateful to be who I am 
  8. I am beautiful just the way I am 
  9. I am worthy right now in this moment 
  10. I choose to love myself every day 
  11. Good things always happen for me because I know I deserve it 
  12. The more I love myself, the more fun I have 
  13. Showing myself love is a priority of mine
  14. Loving myself is how I show others what I tolerate 
  15. My imperfections are so beautiful 
  16. I choose to celebrate myself
  17. The more I love myself, the more successful I become 
  18. My needs are valid 
  19. Being gentle and patient with myself is one way I express self-love 
  20. There are so many amazing things about me
  21. I love the way I look 
  22. This world is better because I am in it 
  23. I deserve everything I desire 
  24. My limiting beliefs don’t define me 
  25. My mistakes are lessons and I don’t talk negatively to myself for making them. I simply learn from them!
  26. I am a confident person 
  27. I radiate positivity and gratitude 
  28. I feel happy when I am kind to myself 
  29. Simply by existing is proof that I am worthy of love 
  30. I feel happiness being my authentic self 
  31. I love my inner child and I know they were doing the best they could with what they had 
  32. My authentic self is someone I celebrate all of the time 
  33. Being grateful is one of the many ways I express self-love to myself 
  34. I honour my boundaries even when it feels hard to do so 
  35. I choose not to betray myself even though I know that means I may have to betray what others expect of me 
  36. What matters is what I think of myself, not what others thing of me
  37. I forgive myself for being judgmental of myself in the past 
  38. I have always been worthy of love and happiness and always will be 
  39. I choose to think highly of myself 
  40. As someone who loves me, I use my words to uplift others. I know that people who are hurting are usually the ones that hurt others 
  41. I prioritize doing things that light me up inside 
  42. I choose to spend time with people who love me for who I am 
  43. I deserve to be treated kindly just as I treat others with kindness 
  44. I am grateful for my body 
  45. I accept myself 
  46. I can do anything I set my mind to 
  47. My mind is my best friend 
  48. One way I practice self-love is by doing the inner work 
  49. I am grateful for everything I have in my life 
  50. My love for myself is unconditional!

WOW. I don’t know about you, but even just writing those affirmations made me feel some type of way about myself. Imagine if you started making time every day to intentionally say nice things to and about yourself… What kind of frequency would you be vibrating at? How do you think that would affect your self-love in the long term? Something to think about… 

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Stay magnetic,


By the way, I am zoë!

Immersive mindset & manifestation coach

A few years, I hit rock bottom. I struggled with my own self-love. I had low self-esteem and hardly any sense of self-worth. My confidence and faith in myself were basically non-existent. I had two choices: do nothing or make a change. 

Now, I am on a mission to support highly motivated women who desire to rekindle their relationship with themselves, restore self-love, and build confidence to create their most magnetic dream life.

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