In order for you to heal after losing a loved one, it’s very important for you to shift your focus on how your loved ones lived, on the blessings in your life, on the happy times, and on positive goals ahead of you.
Repeating positive affirmations throughout the day will help you to do this. Make sure they are in the present tense and you feel good when you say them. Here are some examples of affirmations you can use as you are going through your healing process.
It’s Okay for Me to Heal
You are not disrespecting your deceased loved ones if you attempt to heal your grief. They wouldn’t want you to suffer and be sad! Repeat this affirmation throughout the day to reinforce that you are giving yourself permission to mend your broken heart.
Signs and Messages From My Loved Ones
Your loved ones are willing and able to give you signs to let you know they are okay and are around you. Ask them to give you “without a doubt” signs so you know they truly are there. Then repeat this affirmation and know the signs are coming your way.
I Choose to Feel Better Today
Make it a choice to feel better every day. Repeat this affirmation over and over, first thing in the morning. Then look for ways to achieve this goal throughout the day.
It is Good For Me to Pamper Myself as I Heal
Take care of yourself as you are going through this rough time. It’s crucial for you to rest and take the time to pamper yourself throughout the healing process. Repeat this affirmation and make it a priority to indulge in life’s many blessings so that you will be able to feel better again.
I Discover New Strengths in Myself Every Day
Notice how you are progressing each day. According to the law of attraction, you get what you focus upon most of the time. When you focus on how you are improving, you will continue to move forward more and more.
I’m Willing to be Happy Again
It is very important to acknowledge that you want to feel well again. Repeat this statement, as well as the other ones, over and over throughout the day for the most benefit. The bottom line is that in order for you to heal your grief, you must at least attempt to focus more on the positive aspects around you.