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January 30, 2009

10 Affirmations To Be Guilt Free - January 30, 2009

1 - I'm Guilt Free
2 - I Recognize Guilt To Be A Manipulative Tool Sometimes Used By Others To Try To Control Me
3 - Guilt Has No Power Over Me
4 - I Have Nothing To Feel Guilty About
5 - I Don't Buy Into The Idea Of Original Sin
6 - I Totally Reject The Idea That I "Should" Do, Think Or Be Anything
7 - I'm Suspicious And Mistrusting When Anyone Tells Me I "Need To", "Have To" or "Ought To" Do, Think Or Be Anything
8 - I Choose To Live My Life With Total Freedom Of Choice
9 - I Make All Of My Own Choices, Without Guilt From Anyone, Or About Anything
10 - I Know That I'm A Good Person With Good Intentions And That's Good Enough For Me

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Additional Comment -- From Sunny :)

Read This Affirmations List Silently To Yourself

If You Have Time, Write Them Out In Your Own Handwriting

Make ANY Changes To Any Or To All Of These Affirmations, As YOU See Fit.

Read Them Out Loud And Infuse Them With Some Feeling Of Sincerity

Make Them Yours

Other Options Include Writing Down Only 1 Or 2 Of Them, And Then Posting Them On Your Computer, Or Carrying Them In Your Pocket, Or Using Any Other Method To Help You Think, Say & Feel The Affirmations That Are Special For YOU, Throughout The Entire Day.

Why Not Read Them Aloud Again Before You Go To Sleep?


Posted by Sunny at January 30, 2009 12:36 AM



Comments

Hi Sunny,
Thanks for the 10 affirmations you've mailed me today.

It gives me supernatural vigor
to be My Real self of Unconditionally loving Being.

Thanks.
Edwina

Posted by: Edwina at January 29, 2009 06:50 PM

Thank You very much!
Have a smiling weekend :)

Posted by: Danielle at January 29, 2009 10:19 PM

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