General Statements of Well-being
Most of us have "default" thoughts that we resort to during the day: things we tend to say to ourselves that reinforce our opinion of ourselves or our lives. Often, we first heard those statements from others, and we simply replay them -- sometimes over and over again. Are these statements serving you? Do they create good-feelings for you when you think them? Do they help you feel good about yourself and your life? If they don't, then it is time to find some new statements: statements that will reinforce your sense of well-being.
You need to believe these statements. For instance, perhaps you realize that everything always works out for you. Maybe not in every moment, but eventually. If you are having a rough time, it can help to remind yourself, "Everything is always working out for me." Maybe you know that it will be all right. You may not know how, but in your life, it has always eventually been all right. Even if life turned upside down in the past, you did experience that it righted itself again somehow. So you can tell yourself, "It is all right. All is well with the world and with me." Other suggestions:
I can do it. I am doing it.
I am loved. The Universe (or God) is watching out for me.
I have what I need. Help comes whenever I need it.
I am worthy of good things and wonderful things are happening for me.
I am doing the best I can and it is enough. I have been successful in the past and I am successful today.
Life keeps getting better and better.
Spend some time intentionally finding general statements you can feel affirm your own well-being. Write them down. Post them where you will see them. Put them into your phone where you can see them often. Remind yourself throughout your day that all is well for you. When you believe it, you create it.
Everyone needs tools that we can use to become more positive in our thinking, raise our vibration to a higher frequency, or feel better about a topic or situation. If you find these helpful, we hope you will add them to your personal toolkit!