vision statement with values

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  • #20019


    I have been beating myself up a bit about my vision statement and wondering if I ‘got it right’ (fear of not being good enough rears its head!) and then thought, you know what, this is my right! And to show my commitment to being true to myself I’m posting it here

    I am feeling free, strong and powerful. I am taking action to do what needs to be done to improve my health and fitness and stay sober. I am exuding vitality, happiness and vibrant health and wake up feeling fresh, energised and passionate.

    I am willing to change and I release all resistance to change. I am willing to release the need for old negative, self-limiting beliefs. I am worthy of the very best in life and I now lovingly allow myself to accept it.

    I am feeling confident in myself and my thinner, sexy new body. I am making conscious healthy choices out of self love and respect and my daily personal self care is non-negotiable.

    I am 100% responsible for my feelings, choices and actions and act with integrity to be congruent with my values. I am 100% committed to being by best sober self for myself and my family and to reach my long term goals.

    I am good enough and I always have more than enough – time, money, energy and resources. I am loving my life and am full of energy and optimism. I am confident, I am safe, I have phenomenal coping skills and I love and approve of myself

  • #20024


    Wow, Lisa,this is beautifully felt by myself reading it. Thank you for sharing. I tend to learn a lot from others and this statement is packed with encouragement for all of us. I love the “and I release all resistance to change” Cheers, Ruby

    • #20027


      Thank you I really appreciate those kind words x

  • #20025


    Good for you!!

  • #20033


    Wow!!!!! Lisa, so beautifully said. I pasted this to my notes. I hope that’s ok. I think this is something I need to keep reading to myself as well. It so all applies to me too.

    Thank you so much for posting!!

  • #20048


    It was all good but I think the last bit was fantastic if you want to keep it short. They say to do the 30 day one first and then rewrite or expand on it after that. I’m having a hard time with mine too.

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