Anxiety-soothing affirmations help release negativity, calm the nervous system, and elevate your vibration. Such empowering affirmations bring your energy down from the chatter of your brain into the inner peace of your heart.
This sacred strategy builds trust in yourself and your ability to respond rather than react to any anxiety-triggering situation. It not only shifts your thoughts from positive to negative; it actually begins to change the neuropathways in your brain. This anxiety-soothing strategy takes only a few minutes and can be used anytime and anywhere.
You’ve had limiting beliefs, anxious thoughts, and old stories playing in your head for years. Now it’s time to rescript your anxious thoughts into anxiety-soothing affirmations.
-Close your eyes, drop into your heart center, and quiet the mind. By tuning into your heart, you bring yourself into a loving space of self-awareness. Observe what anxious thoughts come into your mind and the negative scripts they trigger. Like clouds across the sky, mindfully allow your thoughts to come and go without getting caught up in them.
– Write down the predominant anxious scripts/thoughts in your journal or notebook. Then, next to each anxious script write an empowering affirmation. For example: I never have enough money. Rewrite this script into an empowering affirmation such as: I am connected to the unlimited abundance of the universe.
Here are a few others: I embrace my anxiety as spiritual information to guide me; I trust that I can handle anything that comes my way ;I trust that I am the co-creator of my life; and I am safe and trust my connection to my source.
-As you move through your day, notice any anxious scripts without judgment. Just let them move through your mind like clouds across the sky. As you notice them, begin to replace them empowering affirmations such as: This _________ (anxious thought) is bringing an unhealed part of me into awareness. I choose __________ (empowering affirmation) that supports my well-being.
Repeat these affirmations as needed throughout the day. Be gentle with yourself especially at the beginning of this process when you may not catch the anxious thoughts immediately. Just keep practicing in order to break the chain reaction of anxiety.