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Words of Inspiration

imagesThis is a great poem on loving and accepting yourself. Love who you are and what you do.

I accept myself completely. I accept my
strengths and my weaknesses, my gifts
and my shortcomings, my good points
and my faults.
 
I accept myself completely as a human
being and that I am here to learn 
grow, and that I am learning and 
growing.
 
I accept the personality I’ve
developed, and my power to heal and
change. I accept myself without condition or reservation.
 
I accept that the core of my being is
goodness and that my essence is love,
 and that I sometimes forget that. 
 
I accept myself completely, and in this
acceptance I find an ever-deepening 
inner strength. From this place of
strength, I accept my life fully and I am
open to the lessons it offers me today.
 
I accept that within my mind are both
fear and love, and I accept my power to
choose which I will experience as real
recognize that I experience only the
results of my own choices. I accept the
times that I choose fear as part of my
learning and healing process, and that
have the potential and power in any
moment to choose love instead.
 
I accept mistakes as part of growth, so
I am always willing to forgive myself and
give myself another chance. I accept
that my life is the expression of my
thought, and I commit myself to aligning
my thoughts more and more each day
with the Thought of Love.
 
I accept that I am an expression of this
Love. Love’s hands and voice and heart
on earth. I accept my own life as a
blessing and a gift. My heart is open to
receive, and I am deeply grateful. May
always share the gifts that I receive full, freely, and with joy.~~ Author Unknown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Words of Inspiration


Helen Nieves

Helen Nieves is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Attention Deficit Consultant Specialist. She teaches ADHD on line and is on the Advisory Board at The American Institute of Health Care Professionals. She also received advanced training in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and in Grief Counseling.


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Nieves, H. (2015). Words of Inspiration. Psych Central. Retrieved on May 31, 2020, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/mental-health-awareness/2014/11/words-of-inspiration/

 

Last updated: 16 Apr 2015
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