Calmfirmations can help you cultivate a mindset of gratitude, which is the feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for what you have and who you are.

The Benefits of Gratitude

Gratitude is a deep emotion that can improve your mental and physical health, happiness, and relationships. Several studies have shown that the regular practice of expressing gratitude can reduce stress, increase optimism, enhance self-esteem, and boost your immune system. It can also make you more resilient, compassionate, and generous. 

The Science Behind Gratitude (and How It Can Change Your Life) is an informative article that explains how gratitude works, how it affects the brain, and how it can improve mental health and well-being.

Gratitude Calmfirmations

One way to practice gratitude is to use calmfirmations (calming affirmations that stress the importance of “calm”) to focus on the good things in your life, such as your strengths, achievements, blessings, and loved ones. You can say these calmfirmations out loud, write them down, or quietly meditate on them. All that matters is taking time to reflect on the goodness of life. Express gratitude daily to give yourself a regular boost of encouragement!

Here are some Calmfirmations examples of gratitude affirmations:

  • I calmly affirm I am grateful for the opportunity to learn and grow every day
  • I calmly affirm I appreciate the beauty and abundance that surrounds me
  • I calmly affirm I am thankful for the love and support of my family and friends
  • I calmly affirm I celebrate my successes and achievements
  • I calmly affirm I am proud of who I am and what I have to offer
  • I calmly affirm I am thankful for how far I’ve come

Read and Repeat (or click below to listen and repeat):

I calmly affirm…I am THANKFUL for how far I’ve come

Person standing on mountain with arms raised with the Calmfirmation:

You can also create your own calming affirmations based on what you are grateful for. The key is to make them positive, specific, and present tense.

For example:

  • Instead of saying: “I hope to be happy,” say: “I calmly affirm, I AM happy.”
  • Instead of saying: “I wish I had more money,” say: “I calmly affirm, I am GRATEFUL for the money I have”
  • Instead of saying: “I want to be healthy,” say: “I calmly affirm, I AM healthy.”

Where to Find Calmfirmations

CALMFIRMATIONS has several audio, video, and workbooks (such as the CALMFIRMATIONS for Confidence Boost above) that can help you say or write your calming affirmations every day, or you can also listen to us on YouTube. We even have Calmfirmations t-shirts with positive expressions. Whatever method works best for you is the right choice for you!

The 7 Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Gratitude That Will Motivate You To Give Thanks Year-Round (forbes.com) explains how gratitude can improve your relationships, health, happiness, and resilience and gives other examples of how to practice gratitude in your daily life

By expressing calmfirmations of gratitude with consistency, you can train your brain to focus on maintaining calm, increase thoughts of the many positive aspects of your life, and attract even more of them! A mindset of positivity is key.

You can also inspire others to be more grateful by sharing your calmfirmations with them or complimenting them on their qualities.

Just like laughter, gratitude is contagious, so spread it around!

As always…Calmly Affirm Yourself with LOVE! 💜💚

And don’t forget to stay in touch with Calmfirmations by joining our email list. You’ll get updates, tips, and more. Our Calmfirmations YouTube channel is always available to listen to and repeat calming affirmations whenever needed. It’s like a hug for your soul!

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