- I clearly express myself.
- My voice matters.
- I read because it makes me better.
- I nourish my writing, my mind and my body.
- I trust my instincts.
- I go where I fear.
- I write what is hard.
- By expressing myself clearly, I am free.
- Someone will love my work.
- I love my work.
- I am developing more and more each day.
- I am perfect today, just as I was perfect yesterday.
- There’s no such thing as writer’s block.
- I am an open channel for inspiration and creativity.
- I speak with heart; I write with integrity.
- I care for all the characters in my life.
- I can do this.
- My writing is worth it.
- I am at peace with this stage in my self-discovery.
- I love creating.
- I am so grateful that I chose to write this book.
- I always know what to do.
- I inspire myself every day.
- I choose to continue, and let the words find me.
- I trust this is the way. Thank you.
8 thoughts on “25 Affirmations for Every Writer”
I love these, what beautiful affirmations. I particularly like the one ‘My voice matters’
Thank you! And yes, that one is so powerful! Your voice *does* matter! I recommend repeating that phrase in various moments of the day, or in meditation. Especially if doubts creep up! Wishing you the best. 🙂
I do something like this as part of my SDN (See this if interested): http://danielionson.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/the-magic-of-our-minds-part-1-sdn/
Yes! Thank you for sharing! It’s completely true. We are programming out beliefs every instant, which means we can consciously change those beliefs to see different results! I recommend reading Dr. Wayne D. Dyer. He’s written many books; any one basically harps on this concept! These affirmations are a part of the re-wiring. All best to you, Daniel!
Very wise advice. Thank you.
Until Kennedy gave his “Put a man on the moon” speech, the vast majority of America in the ’60s were conditioned to think that was science fiction. Then, having recexamined the idea, we began to believe it was not only possible, but necessary & desirable. Kennedy gave us a positive affirmation to reprogram our thought patterns– neuroplasticity in action.
We have to believe it is possible before we can seek to attain it.