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    30 Journal Prompts For Self-Growth (& Deeper Self-Love)

    In this article, discover 30 profound journal prompts for self-growth and deeper self-love. Use these journal prompts to help you go within, peel back the layers of your innermost self, and unearth the truest, most authentic you. (Plus don’t forget to download your free printable journal prompts for self growth below!)

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    Your Journey of Self-Growth

    One of my all-time favorite affirmations is this:

    “I love myself fully now as I continue to grow.”

    Growth is a never-ending process. For as long as you’re breathing, you’re continuing to transform, discover, and unearth the deepest parts of yourself. This means that you can’t wait until you’ve ended your journey of personal growth to finally show yourself real love and compassion.

    Because if you wait until you’re no longer growing, you’ll be waiting for the rest of your life.

    You are allowed to love yourself fully right now, exactly as you are. Even in your imperfections. Even when you make mistakes. Even when you’re still discovering yourself.

    At every stage of your journey, you are worthy of deep, unconditional love.

    Embrace the journey. Love the journey. And also embrace and love yourself as you navigate this path – even when (especially when) you lose sight of yourself. Sometimes, getting lost for a while is required in order to really uncover your authentic self.

    Below, you’ll find 30 journal prompts for self-growth that will help you to go within and gently peel back the layers of your innermost self. As you answer these prompts, be sure to show yourself extra love and compassion. Don’t judge or criticize yourself for your answers. This journey of growth isn’t easy, and it’s something many of us avoid, so acknowledge the courage it takes to take this step.

    And for more self-growth journal prompts, be sure to check out these journal prompts for anxiety as well as these spirituality journal prompts to connect to your deepest self. (Plus, be sure to download your free printable journal prompts below.)

    Journal Prompts For Self-Growth

    • What would I do today if I knew I could not fail?
    • What limiting beliefs or fears are holding me back from pursuing my dreams?
    • How have I grown in the past year? What led me to experiencing this type of growth?
    • How have I grown in the past ten years? What positive changes am I most grateful for?
    • What are some hardships I’ve experienced, and in what ways have these hardships helped me to grow?
    • What risks have I taken in my life that I’m really glad I took?
    • What risks do I want to take this year, and what’s holding me back?
    • What are my guiding principles and truths? How do I live by my guiding principles in my daily life?
    • How can I be kinder and more compassionate to myself? When my inner bully comes out, what can I do to show myself more kindness and love?
    • In what situations do I hold back from speaking my truth? Are there any situations in which I withdraw, even when I have something to say? What can I do to feel more confident in these situations?
    • What are some of the people, experiences, and/or things in my life that I sometimes take for granted? How can I cultivate more gratitude and appreciation in my daily life?
    • What does it mean to me to be stable, secure, and grounded? When I’m feeling off-balance, what can I do to help myself feel more grounded and centered?
    • What do I need more of in my life? How can I bring more of this to my life?
    • What do I need to release in my life? How can I let go of these things/experiences/people/beliefs to make space for something new?
    • What does success mean to me? How might my idea of success be different from someone else’s idea of success?
    • What tasks do I tend to avoid doing? Why do I avoid these tasks? How can I support myself in approaching these tasks with confidence?
    • Do I have any unhealthy habits? What steps can I take to release my unhealthy habits and create new, more positive ones?
    • What does forgiveness mean to me? Am I able to forgive easily?
    • Do I criticize myself often? How does it feel when I criticize myself?
    • What does self-compassion mean to me? Do I have a difficult time showing myself compassion?
    • What does my comfort zone look like? In what ways does this comfort zone support me, and in what ways does it hinder my growth? How can I begin to step outside of my comfort zone over the next three months?
    • What’s something I’ve always dreamed of doing but haven’t done yet? Can I make this dream come true this year?
    • What’s on my lifelong bucket list? Which of these things could I do or accomplish over the next year?
    • What kind of person do I want to be? How do I want to be remembered?
    • If I could go back in time and tell my younger self anything, what would I say?
    • What self-care practices can I do for myself to nourish my whole self? How can I take care of my mind, body, and spirit?
    • How can I show myself unconditional love in my daily life?
    • When do I feel happiest? What brings me true joy? How can I incorporate more joy into my daily life?
    • How can I love myself a little more today?
    • What will I do today to help my personal growth?

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    Do you have any favorite journal prompts for self-growth and discovery? How do you balance personal growth with showing yourself unconditional love at all stages in your journey? Share your tips and experiences in the comment box below!

    And for more resources on spirituality, meditation, manifestation, and all things self-love, be sure to connect with me on Instagram and Pinterest, where I’m posting positive affirmations and empowering messages daily.


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  • 30 Day Self-Care Challenge (Free Printable)
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    30 Day Self-Care Challenge (Free Printable)

    Download your free 30-day self-care challenge and challenge tracker below, plus get tips for how to approach each activity to best serve your total well-being: mind, body, and soul.

    30 Day Self-Care Challenge (Free Printable)
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    What Is Self-Care?

    Self-care refers to the combination of practices you engage in to serve and support your physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional well-being. When you stick to a sleep schedule, brush your teeth, schedule medical checkups, eat healthy foods, and take walks around your neighborhood, you’re practicing daily self-care.

    But self-care also goes a little deeper. Self-care means making space in your life for silence. Connecting with the innermost you. Asking your soul what it needs. And then, giving yourself that thing.

    And at an even deeper level, it means noticing the trending direction of your thoughts. Are you speaking to yourself with kindness? Do you constantly criticize yourself? Are your inner dialogues loving and compassionate or condescending and judgmental toward yourself?

    And when you notice that you’re being hard on yourself, you then have the option to choose differently – to be a little gentler, a little kinder. A little more understanding. (This is directly tied to mindfulness.)

    Self-care is a deeply personal practice. What looks and feels like self-care to you might not align with someone else’s definition of self-care. And that’s okay. What’s important is defining what self-care means to you – and then, prioritizing it not as an option but as an essential aspect of your health and well-being.

    To help you with this, I’ve created a 30-day self-care challenge filled with practices that you can personalize to your own needs. In many ways, this is also a self-love challenge. This challenge is designed to help cultivate a mindset of deep care, kindness, and compassion toward yourself. (Because if you’re anything like me, you’re likely your own harshest critic.)

    As you begin your self-care challenge, I want you to remember that this is your challenge. So if there’s anything on this list that doesn’t resonate with what feels right to you, feel free to change it to something that feels better.

    You’re also empowered to define what each activity means to you. Below, I provide you with suggestions for how to approach each self-care practice, but if you have different ideas, please do what feels best to you.

    Don’t worry so much about being perfect. Rather, focus on what feels good and right to you.

    You can download your free 30-day self-care challenge and challenge tracker below. And if you complete this challenge, I’d love to hear about your experiences. Feel free to leave a comment in the comment box at the bottom of this article, tag me on social media, or send a note through the contact form.

    I hope you find value in this challenge and that it serves and supports your total well-being: mind, body, and soul.

    30 Day Self-Care Challenge (Free Printable)
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    30-Day Self-Care Challenge

    Below, you’ll find some suggestions for how to approach each of the activities in this challenge. But remember, this is your self-care challenge. So if you have a different idea for how you want to proceed, or if you want to replace one of the challenge tasks altogether, go for it!

    And don’t forget to download your free 30-day self-care challenge here. No newsletter signup is required to access this free printable, but I do definitely encourage you to sign up for my newsletter, as every single time I create a new freebie like this one, I also send it to my newsletter subscribers. (Additionally, I also send a printable affirmation calendar to my subscribers at the beginning of each month.)

    Start A Gratitude Journal

    You can use a notebook, journal, or even your preferred notes app on your phone. Write down 3 things you’re grateful for. Then, for the rest of the challenge, keep writing 3 things you feel grateful for every day. If you need help, check out my list of 500 things to be grateful for today.

    Write Down 10 Things You Love About Yourself

    This one can also be done in a notebook, journal, or digital document. Pick 10 things you really love about yourself and write them down. These can be physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual qualities – anything you want. If you’d like, you can add a “why” statement to each list item, diving deeper into why each of these things make you so incredible and unique. (Don’t hold back here!)

    Recite 1 Positive Affirmation Every Hour

    A positive affirmation is an uplifting statement designed to boost your confidence and self-belief. I have thousands of positive affirmations across this website, which you can find here. Recite at least one positive affirmation to yourself every hour today. If it helps, you can set phone reminders or write these affirmations on post-it notes.

    Set Phone Reminders With Uplifting Words

    Set phone notifications to go off throughout the day filled with words to uplift, inspire, and motivate you. You can be your own biggest cheerleader here, reminding yourself that you’ve got this, you’re worthy, you’re incredible, you’re more than enough – whatever you most need to hear throughout the day. Fill the screen with positive, loving words. You can also write affirmations or your favorite quotes here if you’d like.

    Compliment Yourself & Others Throughout The Day

    How often do you tell yourself what a good job you’re doing? How often do you spend time simply being proud of yourself? How often do you look in the mirror and smile into your own eyes? Compliment yourself throughout the day. Then, spread these good vibes and compliment the people you interact with. Make someone’s day today!

    Journal & Reflect On The Past Year

    In the busyness of daily life, we can often forget to spend time reflecting on how far we’ve come. Take some time today to reflect. Journal your thoughts and feelings. If you encountered difficult moments, make sure to honor your own resilience and strength. Acknowledge both the good and the bad. Be kind, honest, compassionate, and authentic.

    Do Something That Makes You Happy

    This one’s pretty broad. Simply do something that makes you happy! Does buying yourself a special coffee make you happy? Does reading a good book or watching your favorite movie make you happy? Does time spent in nature make you happy? You’re not limited to doing just one thing. If you can, you might try to do one thing that makes you happy in the morning, one things that makes you happy in the afternoon, and one thing that makes you happy in the evening.

    Follow A Guided Meditation

    If you already meditate, this one should be pretty straightforward. Don’t meditate? That’s okay! I personally use the Insight Timer app for guided meditations. There, you’ll find thousands of free meditations you can listen to. See if you can find one that appeals to you. You don’t have to sit in a special posture or try to clear your mind of thoughts. Just sit comfortably, close your eyes, and listen.

    Express Your Creativity

    Draw. Paint. Write. Play with chalk. Make paper snowflakes. Color in an adult coloring book. Or a children’s one. Whatever feels good to you.

    Spend Time In Nature

    This can be as simple as going out for a walk around your neighborhood. You might also go out on a hike in the foothills or spend some time near a lake or the ocean. Whatever you do, see if you can unplug for a bit. Notice the moment using all of your senses. Inhale peace. Exhale anything that doesn’t serve your mind, body, and soul.

    Cook A Special Meal For Yourself

    You can cook your favorite breakfast, lunch, or dinner. (Or all three!) You might also try cooking one of your favorite recipes from childhood. And if cooking sounds more like self-torture than self-care, order out from your favorite takeout spot!

    Practice Yoga Or Do Some Light Stretching

    If you don’t feel super comfortable with yoga but are willing to try, there are tons of great yoga routines for beginners on YouTube. You can also find a light stretching routine to try out!

    Write A Letter To Your Younger Self

    I’d definitely recommend doing this practice when you have some uninterrupted time to yourself. You can grab a notebook, lined paper, stationary, or open up a blank digital document. Visualize yourself at a certain age, whether it’s when you were 8, 11, 16 – whatever feels right to you. What do you want to say to this version of you? Is there something you think they really needed to hear? Write these things down. There’s a good chance your present-day self needs to hear these things, too.

    Read A Book You Genuinely Enjoy

    Do you have a favorite feel-good fiction book? Is non-fiction more your thing? Is there a new book you’ve been dying to read? Make time for some reading today. I’d recommend reading at least for an hour, but this is completely up to you.

    Spoil Yourself – You Choose How

    What does spoiling yourself mean to you? For some, spoiling themselves means buying a special coffee or meal. For others, spoiling themselves looks like candles and bubble baths. Try to find at least one way to spoil yourself today. (But it’s completely okay to pick more than one thing! Encouraged, even.)

    Try An Artistic Endeavor

    You don’t have to be a poet to write poetry, and you don’t have to be a painter to paint. Even if you’re a creative person already, see if you can try something you wouldn’t normally do. Don’t judge your work. Just have fun with it.

    Make A Music Playlist Of Old & New Favorites

    See if you can remember your favorite songs from childhood. Add in some of your current favorites. Fill your ears with sounds you love.

    Write Down 10 Self-Promises

    A self-promise is a commitment you’re willing to make to yourself about your life and your future. For help here, you can check out my article, 100 Wholehearted Promises To Make To Yourself Today.

    Write Down & Release 1 Limiting Belief

    A limiting belief is a deep-seated belief that holds you back from realizing your limitless potential and living the life that you know you’re truly meant to live. It’s the thing that’s preventing you from moving forward. Your fears. Your worries. Your doubts about your own potential.

    Take some time to identify what beliefs you carry that aren’t serving you. Write at least one down. Then, create a new, reframed belief. So if your limiting belief is that you don’t have what it takes to succeed in your chosen career path, you can create a new belief that you’re more than capable of succeeding and thriving.

    You can learn more about limiting beliefs here. And for even more guidance, I’ve created a digital workbook for releasing limiting beliefs to help you begin releasing your old, limiting beliefs (and creating new, empowering beliefs) today.

    Unplug For At Least 2 Hours

    What makes you feel good when you’re not on your phone or devices? Do that thing.

    Brainstorm Ways You Can Destress Your Life

    What are the biggest stressors in your life? Write them down. Then, write down some ways you can remove some of your daily stress. Ideas include going to bed on a set schedule, meditating first thing in the morning, meal prepping at the beginning of the week, organizing your office, decluttering your email inbox, and anything else that might remove a little bit of the daily stress you often experience.

    Write A Letter To Your Future Self

    Choose a specific age in the future: one year from now, five years from now, ten years from now – whatever feels best to you. Sit down and write a letter to this version of you.

    You can write about what’s happening in your life right now and share some funny or heartfelt stories that will make your future self smile. You can write about your hopes and dreams. You can write your favorite quotes and/or something you heard recently that’s especially meaningful to you.

    When you’re done, place your letter in an envelope, address it to yourself with a date on the front, and stash it somewhere for safekeeping.

    Write Down Your Goals For The Next Year

    I’d recommend writing down five to ten big and small goals. Then, pick a goal and write an action plan for it. What’s the next step you need to take to achieve this goal? You can write next steps and action plans for as many goals as you’d like.

    Treat Yourself – You Choose How

    This one’s just like the spoil yourself day – you get to define what treating yourself means to you. Maybe it means a spa day. Maybe it means treating yourself to a couple hours of uninterrupted you time. Maybe it’s buying your favorite dessert from a bakery or going to the bookstore and picking out some books. Whatever it is, just make sure it feels special and good to you.

    Make Space For Fun & Play

    What’s fun to you? What feels like play to you? Engage in activities that make you feel good. Play video games. Have a crafting day. Build a blanket fort. Create your own Lego masterpiece. Go to the beach. Dance like no one’s watching. Connect with your inner child and let yourself come alive in pure, unadulterated joy.

    Connect To The Earth & Nature

    My favorite way to connect to the earth is to stand with my bare feet against the dirt and close my eyes. You can also do this while watching the night sky. Gardening is also a profound way to connect to the earth. What can you do today to connect to the trees, sun, stars, ocean, wind, and all parts of nature?

    Compliment Yourself When You Look In The Mirror

    Every time you look in the mirror, look yourself in the eyes and say either internally or aloud something really kind to yourself. Offer yourself sincere compliments. Speak with loving kindness.

    Declutter Your Social Media Accounts

    Go through your most-used social media accounts and unfollow/unfriend anyone who may cause you to feel negative energy within. Keep the ones that uplift your spirit, inspire your dreams, and/or make you laugh. If they feel like positive energy, keep them on your list. If they feel like negative energy, send them love and gently distance yourself from them.

    Try 1 Thing You’ve Never Done Before

    It’s easy to get in a rut in your daily life, so this is a chance to do something new. It doesn’t have to be a really big thing like skydiving or traveling to a new country. Maybe there’s a restaurant you’ve never tried or a dish you’ve never cooked. Maybe there’s a crafting activity that’s been hanging out on your Pinterest boards for a while that you’ve been meaning to get to. Maybe there’s a park you’ve never been to that you can go visit. This can be as big or as small of an activity as you want.

    Repeat Your Favorite Activity From The Challenge

    This is the equivalent of the free space in bingo. What activity did you really love doing over the past 30 days? Do it again! You can also repeat multiple activities if you want. For instance, you can recite positive affirmations once per hour throughout the day while also making time in the evening to read a good book.


    If you complete the 30-day self-care challenge, be sure to share your experience in the comment box below!

    And for more resources on spirituality, meditation, manifestation, and all things self-love, connect with me on Instagram and Pinterest, where I’m posting positive affirmations and empowering messages daily.

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  • 500 Things To Be Grateful For Today
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    500 Things To Be Grateful For Today

    In this article, discover 500 things to be grateful for today. For easy reading, these 500 list items have been divided into 15 categories. Use this list to help you develop your own gratitude practice and remind you that while life may not be perfect, there’s still a lot of really wonderful things in this world to feel grateful for.

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    Finding Gratitude

    Embracing gratitude is the practice of expressing sincere appreciation for your daily miracles. But these daily miracles aren’t necessarily “really big” things. Often, it’s the normal, everyday experiences of our lives that provide us with the biggest reasons to express our gratitude:

    Having a safe, warm home to live in. Being loved and appreciated by family and friends. Possessing a strong heart and healthy lungs. Your first sip of coffee in the morning. The ability to open your eyes and greet a brand new day.

    Every morning, I write down at least three things I’m grateful for that day. However, in this practice, I find myself often writing down the same things week after week. And while there’s nothing wrong with this, I wanted to see if I could come up with a longer list of people, places, things, and experiences to feel truly grateful for in my life.

    Below, you’ll find 500 things to be grateful for today. I’ve separated these list items into subtopics such as Body, People & Relationships, Past Experiences, and Nature. However, you’ll find that many of these list items can fit under multiple categories.

    Whether you have an ongoing gratitude practice or are starting a new one, I hope that this list of 500 things to be grateful for today helps you to view your life from a perspective of true abundance: seeing it for all that you have rather than all that you lack.

    Not all list items will apply to you, and that’s okay. They may still help you to spur new thoughts and ideas about things you feel grateful for in your life. Because while 500 things to be grateful for may seem like a lot, it’s actually just barely skimming the surface of all there is in this world to appreciate. (For instance, after I finished the list, I realized I didn’t include very much about your job and career!)

    And finally, no matter what’s going on in your life, I hope you remember that expressing gratitude doesn’t mean you have to ignore the your heavy emotions or suppress any frustration you may feel in this moment.

    Rather, it’s an opportunity to take a deep breath and acknowledge that even when life isn’t perfect, there’s still a lot of really beautiful things in this world to feel grateful for.

    500 Things To Be Grateful For Today

    Body

    • Healthy lungs for breathing
    • A strong heart
    • Eyes that give you vision to see the world
    • Ears to hear music and laughter
    • A nose to smell flowers and freshly baked cookies
    • A tongue (and taste buds!) to taste your favorite foods
    • Lips to kiss your partner, your children, or your pets
    • A functioning brain for thinking, problem-solving, and all-around living
    • Healthy legs for walking, running, and dancing
    • Arms for hugging the people you love
    • Hands and fingers that allow you write, draw, and hold a hot mug of something warm and tasty
    • An immune system that keeps you healthy
    • A liver that removes harmful toxins
    • Muscles that help you to move, lift, speak, and enjoy life to the fullest
    • Strong bones to help you stand, move, and experience the world
    • Resilient, self-repairing skin that shields and protects you
    • Those scars you have that are proof of a life fully lived

    Yourself

    • Your skills and talents
    • Your kindness
    • Your compassion
    • Your strength
    • Your courage
    • Your resilience
    • The challenges you’ve faced with your own courage and strength
    • Your ability to see the world through the eyes of love and appreciation
    • How far you’ve come
    • Your endless capacity to love
    • Your ability to persevere, even when life feels hard
    • Your generous heart
    • Your integrity
    • Your intelligence
    • Your creativity
    • Your problem-solving skills
    • Your deepest, most heartfelt dreams
    • Your passions
    • Your humor
    • Your unending hope

    Nature

    • Sunsets and sunrises
    • Dreamy blue skies
    • Fluffy white clouds
    • The breeze against your skin on a warm day
    • The endless beauty of the ocean
    • That glorious mountain in the distance (or the one you’ve climbed)
    • The trees that stay rooted to the ground, no matter how hard the wind blows
    • The changing of the leaves from lovely green to spectacular reds, oranges, and yellows
    • A peaceful lake, river, or creek
    • The warm sand beneath your bare feet
    • The brightness of the full moon
    • A sky full of stars on a clear night
    • Beautiful, majestic wild animals
    • The soft whisper of the snow as it blankets the earth
    • That one place you can always find peace, no matter how heavy life feels
    • Birds chirping outside your window
    • The smell of freshly cut grass
    • Wildflowers
    • Lavender fields

    People & Relationships

    • Your mother
    • Your father
    • Your siblings
    • Your children
    • Your partner
    • Your grandparents
    • Your stepmother
    • Your stepfather
    • An adult who helped raise you
    • Your aunts and uncles
    • Your cousins
    • Your nieces and nephews
    • Your in-laws
    • Your first best friend
    • Your high school best friends
    • Your college best friends
    • Your current best friends
    • Your boss
    • Your coworkers
    • Your neighbors
    • Your community
    • Your first love
    • Your past and present mentors
    • Your coaches
    • Your mentors
    • Your classmates
    • Your religious leaders
    • Kind strangers
    • A teacher who made a difference
    • The cashier who knows you by name
    • Your mail deliverer
    • Your doctor and nurses
    • Your work best friend
    • Your roommates
    • Your hairdresser
    • Your therapist
    • Someone you barely knew who said something that sticks with you to this day
    • Someone who makes you feel safe
    • Someone who always makes you laugh
    • Someone you can be your true self with
    • Someone who has seen you through your highs and lows and still loves you, no matter what
    • Someone who makes you believe in the goodness of people

    Entertainment

    • That song that always makes you want to dance
    • That song that touches your heart every single time you hear it
    • That song that reminds you of a special memory
    • Your favorite band
    • Your favorite singer
    • Music, in general (and its healing power)
    • Your favorite movie
    • A movie scene that always makes you laugh
    • A movie quote you love
    • The best acting you’ve ever watched
    • That TV show you can rewatch 100 times without ever getting tired of it
    • A nostalgic video game
    • Your favorite podcast
    • Your favorite content creator
    • Your favorite writer
    • Your favorite book series
    • Lord of the Rings Marathons
    • Harry Potter Marathons
    • Watching Home Alone every December
    • Anything with Keanu Reeves
    • Going to a concert
    • Going to a show
    • Going to a sports game
    • Watching the Super Bowl for the game
    • Watching the Super Bowl for the commercials
    • Watching the Super Bowl for the snacks
    • Watching the Super Bowl for the people you get to spend time with

    Past Experiences

    • Past experiences you’re really proud of
    • Past experiences that made you stronger
    • Past experiences that helped you to grow
    • Past experiences that brought you joy
    • Past experiences that made you laugh so hard you cried
    • Past experiences that showed you the beauty of being alive
    • Past experiences that led you to where you are today
    • Past experiences that you wouldn’t take back, even if they didn’t lead where you wanted them to
    • Past experiences that showed you that you’re so much braver and stronger than you realized
    • The smallest moments that made the biggest difference in your life
    • Past experiences that brought you peace
    • Past experiences that showed you the power of forgiveness
    • Past experiences that surprised you in the best way
    • Past experiences that helped you to learn from your mistakes
    • Past experiences that helped you to break out of a rut
    • Past experiences that made you shake and tremble with nerves – but you got through them
    • Past experiences that allowed you to feel truly alive
    • Past experiences that showed you the meaning of true love
    • Past experiences that helped you to connect to yourself
    • Past experiences that helped you to connect to others
    • Past experiences that helped you to connect to the universe as a whole

    Possessions

    • Your home
    • Your car
    • Your phone
    • Your laptop
    • Your tablet
    • Your video game consoles
    • Your television
    • Your bed
    • Your blankets
    • Your pillows
    • Your toothbrush
    • Your toothpaste
    • Your body-cleansing products
    • Your lotion and moisturizer
    • Your hairbrush
    • Your makeup
    • Your kitchen table
    • Your coffee maker
    • Your favorite coffee mug
    • Your plates and bowls
    • Your eating utensils
    • Your kitchen sink
    • The food in your pantry
    • Your microwave
    • Your stove
    • Your refrigerator
    • Your toaster
    • Your air fryer
    • Your Instant Pot
    • Your pots and pans
    • Your baking sheets
    • Your oven mitts
    • Your dishwasher
    • Your garbage cans
    • Your couch
    • Your desk
    • Your clothes
    • Your washer and dryer
    • Your security system
    • The locks on your doors
    • Your Smart Home devices
    • The roof on your house
    • Your furnace
    • Your wall decorations
    • Your fitness tracker
    • Your headphones or AirPods
    • Your shoe collection
    • Your hair dryer
    • Your hair straightener
    • Your curling irons
    • Your vacuum
    • Your windows
    • Your curtains
    • Your blinds
    • Your light fixtures
    • Your gardening equipment
    • Your lawn tools
    • Your toys and games

    Food & Drink

    • Water
    • Coffee
    • Tea
    • Smoothies
    • Chocolate
    • Spicy snacks
    • Pancakes & waffles
    • Pumpkin pie
    • Pizza
    • Tacos
    • Pasta
    • Seafood
    • Sushi
    • Fresh vegetables
    • Tropical fruit
    • Organic foods
    • Gluten-free foods
    • Sour candy
    • Hard candies
    • Gummy bears
    • The combination of peanut butter and chocolate
    • Mint chocolate chip ice cream
    • Cookie dough
    • Lemon-flavored sweets
    • Chocolate-covered strawberries
    • Burgers (Vegetarian ones, too!)
    • Crispy fries
    • Your favorite meal
    • Your favorite treat
    • Comfort food on heavy days
    • Warm soup when it’s cold outside
    • Soft, warm, freshly baked bread
    • That one meal from your favorite restaurant
    • Home-cooked meals
    • Home-baked desserts
    • Sparkling water
    • Sparkling cider
    • Your favorite soda
    • Orange juice
    • Freshly squeezed lemonade

    Animals & Insects

    • Cats and kittens
    • Dogs and puppies
    • Horses
    • Rabbits
    • Squirrels
    • Deer
    • Cattle
    • Pigs
    • Chickens
    • Hummingbirds
    • Ladybugs
    • Butterflies
    • Eagles
    • Giraffes
    • Zebras
    • All. The. Animals. (I could make a list of just 500 animals, so I’m going to stop myself here!)

    The Little Things

    • Seasonal candles
    • Fuzzy socks
    • Stretchy leggings
    • Slippers
    • Crystals & gemstones
    • Essential oils
    • Affirmation cards
    • Motivational quotes
    • Souvenirs from past vacations
    • Old journals and diaries
    • Polaroid cameras
    • Plants
    • Freshly cut flowers
    • Succulents
    • Mala beads
    • Old pictures
    • Bookshelves filled with classic literature
    • A meaningful piece of jewelry
    • The soft glow of a Himalayan salt lamp
    • The scent of your favorite body wash
    • Bubble bath
    • Throw pillows
    • Coffee dates with your best friend
    • A kind smile from a stranger
    • Board game nights with friends and family
    • The feel of freshly washed sheets against your bare legs
    • A rainy day spent inside snuggled on the couch
    • Deep conversations with people you connect with on a soul level
    • Wearing a new outfit that makes you feel really good
    • Getting a meme or gif that makes you laugh
    • Crying it all out
    • Finding money you didn’t know you had
    • The scent of chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven
    • Ridiculous dancing with friends
    • The moment your favorite song starts playing on the radio
    • Your favorite family traditions
    • Buying from a small, family-run business
    • Winning something unexpectedly
    • Running into someone you love while you’re out in public
    • Comfy pajamas
    • Girls’ nights
    • Guys’ nights
    • A feel-good book
    • Sleepovers with your best friends
    • Three-day weekends
    • Creating a playlist of your favorite songs
    • The first sip of coffee in the morning
    • A warm shower
    • Outdoor lunch breaks on a perfect-temperature day
    • A peaceful moment to yourself before the day starts
    • Rewatching your favorite holiday movie for the 500th time
    • Beach days
    • Lake days
    • Cabin days
    • Snow days
    • Summer nights with friends
    • The fresh scent of the post-rain air in the spring
    • The touch of the sun’s rays against your skin in the summer
    • The autumn colors and crisp coolness of the air
    • Snowy winters spent indoors next to the fireplace
    • Getting dressed up for no reason at all
    • Giggling with your best friend over inside jokes
    • Taking a vacation day to stay in and do nothing
    • Taking a nap in the middle of the day
    • Dinner parties with friends
    • Having breakfast for dinner
    • Having cold pizza for breakfast
    • A goodnight kiss
    • A kiss on the forehead
    • Your favorite childhood toy
    • A beautiful ending
    • A new beginning
    • Moving into a new home
    • Doing a cartwheel
    • Talking to your mom on the phone
    • Cuddling with the person you love most in this world
    • Receiving an unexpected gift
    • Giving a gift to someone when they don’t expect it

    Firsts

    • The first time you saw the ocean
    • The first time you travelled by plane
    • The first time you touched snow
    • The first time you held your crush’s hand
    • Your first kiss
    • The first time you drove a car
    • The first car you owned
    • The first time you ran 5K
    • The first time you ran 10K
    • The first time you achieved something you never thought you would
    • The first time you meditated, even though you were quite certain you were doing it wrong
    • Your first job
    • Your first paycheck
    • Your first promotion
    • The first time you fell in love
    • The first house you bought

    Modern Conveniences

    • Food delivery services
    • Grocery delivery services
    • Curbside pickup
    • Wireless internet
    • GPS
    • Fast food
    • Drive-thrus
    • Online shopping
    • Zoom
    • Spotify
    • Meditation apps
    • Google Calendar
    • Netflix
    • Hulu
    • Amazon Prime
    • HBO Max
    • Cell phone cameras
    • UPS
    • Fed-Ex
    • Same Day Delivery
    • Two-Day Shipping
    • Overnight Shipping
    • Indoor plumbing
    • Electricity
    • Water heaters
    • Curbside garbage service

    Activities & Experiences

    • Meditating
    • Practicing yoga
    • Camping
    • Hiking
    • Jogging
    • Biking
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Painting
    • Drawing
    • Crafting
    • Cooking
    • Dancing
    • Singing
    • Baking
    • Gardening
    • Exercising
    • Roller blading
    • Ice skating
    • Skateboarding
    • Skiing
    • Sledding
    • Snowboarding
    • Snowball fights
    • Building a snowman
    • Going on a picnic
    • Art in the park
    • Roasting marshmallows over a campfire
    • Running through the sprinklers on a warm day
    • Swimming in the ocean
    • Swimming in the lake
    • Swimming in a pool
    • Paddleboarding
    • Spending a day at the theme park
    • Riding a roller coaster
    • Road trips
    • Stargazing
    • Daydreaming
    • Journaling
    • Traveling somewhere new for the first time
    • Working in a job you love
    • Going to a museum
    • Golfing
    • Mini-golfing
    • Working from home
    • Re-reading your favorite book
    • Watching the city lights from a viewpoint high above it all
    • Celebrating a birthday
    • Dressing up for Halloween
    • Staying up until midnight on New Year’s Eve
    • Sharing a New Year’s kiss with someone you love
    • Going to a high school reunion
    • Watching a waterfall
    • Traveling the world
    • Walking on the beach
    • Falling in love
    • Learning how to love yourself
    • Speaking your truth, even when your voice shakes
    • Standing up for yourself
    • Standing up for someone else

    Places In Your Community

    • The gym
    • The grocery store
    • Restaurants
    • Clothing stores
    • Schools
    • The building you work in
    • Hospitals
    • Urgent care clinics
    • Fire stations
    • Recycling centers
    • Hair salons
    • Spas
    • Parks
    • Nail salons
    • The yoga studio
    • The art studio
    • The art museum
    • Your local bookstore
    • Your local game store
    • The family-owned corner store that’s been there forever
    • Coffee shops
    • Bakeries
    • Bagel shops
    • Your favorite pizza place
    • Home decor stores
    • Locally-owned businesses
    • Shoe stores
    • Candy stores
    • Donut shops
    • Ice cream shops
    • The Farmer’s Market
    • Plant and garden centers
    • Hardware stores
    • The bike park
    • The skateboard park
    • The airport
    • Gas stations
    • Hotels
    • Waterparks
    • Toy stores
    • Libraries
    • Office supply stores
    • Vet clinics
    • Daycare facilities
    • Sporting goods stores

    Growing Up

    • Your education
    • Having your own bedroom (or sharing a room with your close-knit sibling)
    • Eating home-cooked meals
    • Wearing new clothes to school
    • Wearing brand new shoes on the first day of school
    • Having coats and warm clothing that fit you
    • Having parents who worked to keep you warm, fed, and safe
    • Having parents who made you feel unconditionally loved
    • Getting what you asked for on your birthday & holiday lists
    • Going on vacations with your family
    • Having adults in your life who cared about your well-being
    • Being in an environment in which your imagination was encouraged
    • Being told you can do and be anything you want
    • Never having to guess where your next meal will come from
    • Being allowed to just be a kid

    What things are you most grateful for in your life? Share some of the items on your personal gratitude list below!

    And for more resources on spirituality, meditation, manifestation, and all things self-love, be sure to connect with me on Instagram and Pinterest, where I’m posting positive affirmations and empowering messages daily.


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    30 Daily Affirmations To Repeat Every Morning

    In this article, discover 30 profound daily affirmations to help you embrace your worthiness and create a life that aligns with your passion and purpose.

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    How To Use Positive Affirmations

    (You can skip straight to the affirmations by clicking here.)

    I started using daily affirmations a few years ago as a way to focus my mindset on positive thinking in the morning. At the time, I was working full-time in a corporate office job, and every morning, I found myself dreading going to work.

    I didn’t like going into the office. I wasn’t excited about the work I did. And each morning, I just knew that the next eight to ten hours would be miserable.

    Once I began meditating regularly, though, my mindset started to slowly shift. I realized it wasn’t the external circumstances at my job that were making me miserable; it was my own negative thinking.

    Because I only focused on the bad, that’s all I ever saw: bad stuff piling up, one thing after another.

    Daily affirmations became a way for me to alter my attitude and mindset. I began by affirming my unconditional worthiness. I affirmed that I had the ability to accomplish all my biggest goals. That I was strong and powerful. That I could do hard things. Eventually, I began incorporating Law of Attraction affirmations into my daily routine, and I even used affirmations while I was working out.

    Quickly, things began to shift for me. The more I used these daily affirmations, the more they became imprinted in my subconscious mind. I wasn’t just saying these feel-good words for the sake of it; I truly believed them.

    And all around me, the world slowly began to change.

    Instead of limits, I saw possibilities. Opportunities opened up for me. The universe responded to my positive vibration with even more positivity.

    And I learned that when I embrace my own infinite worthiness, the universe will provide me with experiences and opportunities that are truly worthy of me.

    Because positive affirmations have made such a profound difference in my life, it’s been important to me to share the affirmations I use most with my readers and followers. There are thousands of affirmations posted across this website, and I also post daily affirmations on my Instagram stories every morning.

    So how exactly should you use daily affirmations so they actually work? Read on for tips to help you get started.

    Daily Affirmations: Best Practices

    • First and foremost, when you’re reciting your daily affirmations, don’t just say the words; truly feel them deep within. Affirmations should always begin in the body, even before you’ve recited the words aloud or in your head. So if you want to affirm that you are worthy, begin with feeling a deep, undeniable sense of worthiness within.
    • After you recite your daily affirmations in the morning, don’t let it end there. Continue to repeat your affirmations throughout the day. Carry these positive feelings with you as you complete your daily tasks.
    • Write down some of the affirmations that resonate most with you on post-it notes and stick them in places you’ll see throughout the day (for instance, around your computer monitor, on your bathroom mirror, or even inside your wallet or purse). You can also set phone notifications with positive affirmations written on the screen to go off intermittently. Every time you see one of these notifications, recite the words either internally or aloud, feeling the positive emotions of the words inside your body.
    • Practice mirror work regularly. Stand in front of the mirror, look yourself in the eyes, and affirm the thing you need to hear most in that moment. (That you’re beautiful. That you’re worthy. That you are always, always enough.)

    Below, you’ll find 30 of my favorite daily affirmations to repeat each morning. These affirmations are designed to help you step into your undeniable worthiness, approach the day with a positive mindset, and nudge you into the direction of your truest, most heartfelt dreams and desires.

    As you repeat these affirmations, feel the power of the words deep within. Remember that it’s not enough just to say that you are worthy; allow yourself to truly feel your inherent worthiness in every cell of your being.

    Daily Affirmations To Repeat Every Morning

    • Today is a gift, and I embrace it with positivity.
    • I am capable and equipped to handle anything that comes my way today.
    • I believe in myself and my ability to succeed.
    • I can accomplish anything I focus on.
    • I am always headed in the right direction.
    • Good things are happening all around me.
    • I act with courage, clarity, and confidence.
    • I am strong in mind, body, and spirit.
    • I am in charge of my own energy. I’m the only one who chooses how I feel.
    • I control my mindset. My thoughts, emotions, and perceptions are entirely up to me.
    • I use my energy to create, trust, give, grow, and heal.
    • I trust myself completely. The strength I need is within me.
    • I create my own magic.
    • I am worthy, inside and out.
    • I am enough, just as I am.
    • Everything I’m looking for I can find within me.
    • I love myself fully now as I continue to grow.
    • My greatness exists here and now.
    • I know my value and will not lessen or shrink myself for anything or anyone.
    • I did not come this far only to come this far. I will keep going. I will keep rising.
    • My worthiness is not defined by my achievements.
    • All experiences I encounter shape me to be the highest version of myself.
    • I am unafraid to try and fail. I welcome the growth that comes from these experiences.
    • All of my problems have solutions.
    • Obstacles are the foundation of my success.
    • When I’m feeling overwhelmed, I give myself space to stop and breathe.
    • I cannot always control my external world, but I can control my reactions to it.
    • I am proud of my journey and how far I’ve come.
    • Everything I do today leads me to an even better tomorrow.
    • I am truly grateful for my beautiful life, and it just keeps getting better every day.
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    Do you have any favorite daily affirmations that you like to use throughout your day? Share your favorites in the comment box below!

    And for more resources on spirituality, meditation, manifestation, and all things self-love, be sure to connect with me on Instagram and Pinterest, where I’m posting positive affirmations and empowering messages daily.

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    28 Inspiring Quotes For New Beginnings

    Below, discover 28 inspiring quotes for new beginnings. Let these quotes guide you forward as you release the past to make space for something new to come forth.

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    Embracing New Beginnings

    There’s nothing quite like the magic of a new beginning.

    New beginnings are times of possibilities. They’re filled with limitless potential and hope. They’re a time for something more. More than you can imagine. More than you can possibly envision for yourself. More than you ever thought possible.

    A new beginning can come in the form of a promotion or career change. It might be moving to a new city – or even a new country. It might be starting a new relationship. It might also be venturing out on your own for a while, seeking to form a deeper relationship with your own mind, body, and soul.

    And sometimes, a new beginning is as simple as waking up to a new day. A day you’ve never met before. A day where anything is possible. A day where miracles are present all around you, if you choose to open your eyes and look for them.

    Are new beginnings always easy? Definitely not. As the Law of Polarity states, everything has an opposite, and the existence of these opposites is vital in helping us to gain a deeper perspective of our own lives. So what’s the opposite of a new beginning?

    An ending.

    And it’s very likely that if you’re approaching a new beginning, you’re also encountering some kind of ending. Some endings are joyous and worth celebrating. If you’re graduating college and beginning your career, this is likely an exciting time.

    Other endings, though, can be especially difficult. The end of a relationship. Leaving a job that you’ve really loved. Saying goodbye to a loved one. Letting go of something meaningful in your life.

    As you encounter new beginnings and difficult endings, I hope you have the courage to move forward, even when it feels hard. I hope you know that even if you loved the path behind you, the path ahead is just as beautiful and filled with endless treasures for you to explore. I hope you embrace each day. Each moment. Each breath that flows in and out of your lungs.

    And I hope you follow your heart, no matter what. We often talk about our mind’s wisdom and consciousness. But your heart holds deep wisdom inside it as well.

    So trust what you feel. Trust the gentle nudges from within. Trust your deep inner voice guiding you forward.

    Whatever new beginning you’re stepping into, I hope it brings you endless love, grace, beauty, joy, and abundance. Because you are worthy of all these wonderful things.

    Always.

    Inspiring Quotes For New Beginnings

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    1. “And suddenly you know: It’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings.”

    Meister Eckhart


    2. “Never underestimate the power you have to take your life in a new direction.”

    Germany Kent


    3. “Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect.”

    Alan Cohen


    4. “There will come a time when you believe everything is finished; that will be the beginning.”

    Louis L’Amour


    5. “Change can be scary, but you know what’s scarier? Allowing fear to stop you from growing, evolving, and progressing.”

    Mandy Hale


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    6. “If you want to fly in the sky, you need to leave the earth. If you want to move forward, you need to let go the past that drags you down.”

    Amit Ray


    7. “We must be willing to get rid of the life we’ve planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. The old skin has to be shed before the new one can come.”

    Joseph Campbell


    8. “Never allow waiting to become a habit. Live your dreams and take risks. Life is happening now.”

    Paulo Coelho


    9. “Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go. They merely determine where you start.”

    Nido Qubein


    10. “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”

    Arthur Ashe


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    11. “Although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.”

    Carl Bard


    12. “New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.”

    Lao Tzu


    13. “Keep on beginning and failing. Each time you fail, start all over again, and you will grow stronger until you have accomplished a purpose — not the one you began with perhaps, but one you’ll be glad to remember.”

    Anne Sullivan


    14. “Every day is a chance to begin again. Don’t focus on the failures of yesterday, start today with positive thoughts and expectations.”

    Catherine Pulsifer


    15. “A new day: Be open enough to see opportunities. Be wise enough to be grateful. Be courageous enough to be happy.”

    Steve Maraboli


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    16. “Nothing is predestined. The obstacles of your past can become the gateways that lead to new beginnings.”

    Ralph Blum


    17. “You may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing that we call ‘failure’ is not the falling down, but the staying down.”

    Mary Pickford


    18. “Be willing to be a beginner every single morning.”

    Meister Eckhart


    19. “Begin today. Declare out loud to the universe that you are willing to let go of struggle and eager to learn through joy.”

    Sarah Ban Breathnach


    20. “Starting over is an acceptance of a past we can’t change, an unrelenting conviction that the future can be different, and the stubborn wisdom to use the past to make the future what the past was not.”

    Craig D. Lounsbrough


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    21. “Nothing in the universe can stop you from letting go and starting over.”

    Guy Finley


    22. “Forgiveness says you are given another chance to make a new beginning.”

    Desmond Tutu


    23. “Every day is a new beginning. Treat it that way. Stay away from what might have been, and look at what can be.”

    Marsha Petrie Sue


    24. “The beginning is always today.”

    Mary Shelley


    25. “If you’re brave enough to say goodbye, life will reward you with a new hello.”

    Paulo Coelho


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    26. “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”

    Lao Tzu


    27. “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language, and next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.”

    T. S. Eliot


    28. “And now let us welcome the new year, full of things that never were.”

    Rainer Maria Rilke


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    25 New Year Reflection Questions to Support Your Life Journey

    In this post, discover 25 empowering New Year reflection questions to help you reflect on the past year and set goals and intentions for the year to come.

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    New Year’s Resolutions

    “I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions. They never work. Haven’t you heard that most people quit their resolutions by the end of January?”

    Have you ever heard anyone say these words? Or maybe you’ve said them yourself. To be honest, I’m sure a version of my younger self once echoed these familiar words that I’d heard countless times before.

    Now though, I’m not such a big fan of them.

    Sure, maybe many people do quit their resolutions early on in the year.

    But you?

    You’re not everyone.

    And what other people do with their own resolutions has absolutely nothing to do with you.

    And furthermore – sometimes, letting go of a resolution you made weeks or months ago doesn’t automatically equal failure.

    For instance, you might realize that your chosen resolution doesn’t actually support your highest good. This happened to me a couple years ago, when I decided for my resolution that I was going to run my second full marathon. At the time, it seemed like a worthwhile goal for the year ahead.

    But as I started making training plans, I started to feel like my heart wasn’t truly in it.

    I realized that the time I’d have to dedicate to running would take away from hiking, cycling, yoga, and the other physical activities I enjoyed. I had only set this resolution because it felt like something I should do.

    But it didn’t actually align with what was in my heart.

    So I let go of that resolution and instead chose the path that felt right to me at the time.

    And I have zero regrets about that decision.

    Another argument people often have against New Year’s resolutions is that we should be able to make resolutions any time of the year. And I one hundred percent agree with this statement.

    But why can’t we do both?

    I think it’s fair to let yourself make and change your resolutions throughout the year while also embracing the new year as a time for new beginnings.

    Finally, it’s important to define what a New Year’s resolution really is. It doesn’t always have to be a quantifiable goal.

    Here are some New Year’s resolutions that you can’t quantify, but they all support your overall well-being:

    • To make more time for self-care
    • To be more compassionate with yourself
    • To make space for fun and play
    • To embrace your limitless creativity
    • To spend more time with the people you love
    • To open yourself up to opportunities for more self-love.

    So as you think about how you want to step into the new year, know that you don’t have to make some really big proclamation about all the monumental life changes you’re going to make. Sometimes, simply stating that you’re going to make more time for self-care or for creative activities is more than enough to support you on your life journey.

    Below, you’ll find 25 new year reflection questions that will help you approach the new year with a vision for who you want to be and what you want to accomplish. The first ten questions are focused on reflecting on this past year, and the rest of the questions are all about setting goals and intentions for this upcoming year.

    And remember, while this post is geared toward the new year, I’d definitely encourage you to come back to these questions as often as you want throughout the year to see how your answers change. (And know that if your resolutions do change, that’s okay – as long as they feel true and right to you.)

    New Year Reflection Questions

    • How have I grown in the past year? What led me to experiencing this type of growth?
    • What positive changes have occurred in my life in the past year that I’m most grateful for?
    • What are some obstacles and challenges I’ve experienced in the past year that I now feel grateful for, even if it was hard to appreciate at the time?
    • What are some hardships I’ve experienced in the past year, and in what ways have these hardships helped me to grow?
    • What risks have I taken that I’m glad I took?
    • What beliefs do I hold now that I didn’t hold a year ago? 
    • What was one of my absolute favorite moments from this past year? What did I love most about this moment? (You can list multiple moments if you’d like.)
    • What are 10 things about this past year that I feel truly grateful for?
    • How would I describe myself right now? What do I love most about the person I am?
    • How will I remember this past year? What lessons will I carry with me as I move forward in my journey?
    • What would I do in this next year if I knew I could not fail?
    • What’s still worth doing, even if I might fail?
    • What limiting beliefs or fears are holding me back from pursuing my dreams? How can I release these beliefs and/or fears?
    • What guiding principles, truths, and values will guide my journey over the next year?
    • How can I cultivate more gratitude and appreciation in my daily life?
    • What does self-care mean to me? What are some of my favorite self-care activities? How can I incorporate more self-care into my life over the next year?
    • How can I make space for more fun, play, imagination, and creativity over the next year?
    • When do I feel happiest? What brings me true joy? How can I allow more joy into my daily experience?
    • What’s one thing I can do in five minutes a day to support my body, mind, and spirit?
    • What does my ideal morning routine look like, and how can I build a morning routine that will set myself up for success?
    • How can I be kinder and more compassionate to myself over the next year? When my inner bully comes out, what can I do to show myself more kindness and love?
    • What do I need more of in my life? How can I make space for more of this in the next year?
    • What do I need to release in my life? How can I let go of these things/experiences/people/beliefs to make space for something new?
    • What’s something I’ve always dreamed of doing but haven’t done yet? Can I make this dream come true this year?
    • What’s on my lifelong bucket list? Which of these things could I do or accomplish over the next year?

    How are you reflecting on this past year and preparing to embrace the new year ahead? Share your favorite tips and practices in the comment box below.

    And for more resources on spirituality, meditation, manifestation, and all things self-love, be sure to connect with me on Instagram and Pinterest, where I’m posting positive affirmations and empowering messages daily.

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    45 Calming Affirmations For Holiday Anxiety

    Below, discover 45 gentle and calming affirmations for meeting your holiday anxiety with love, kindness, and compassion.

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    Anxiety During the Holiday Season

    While the holidays are usually celebrated as a time for love, gratitude, and community, they can often be a heavy and difficult time for many people.

    You may feel anxiety about social gatherings. Or maybe you’re experiencing anxiety due to loneliness. The abundance of food may cause you to feel anxious, losing your sense of calm and stability. Gift giving and money worries can also cause anxiety for many. And sometimes, past experiences may cause you to dread the holidays rather than look forward to them.

    No matter how you’re feeling, I want you to know this: it’s okay to feel exactly how you feel. It’s okay to make space for all your feelings without trying to cover them up or pretend they don’t exist.

    So please, don’t label these feelings as bad or wrong. Don’t try to suppress them for the sake of false positivity.

    Tend to your anxiety with gentle love and compassion.

    Step outside and take deep breaths when social events begin to feel overwhelming. Give yourself grace when the plethora of food choices causes your chest to tighten and feel heavy. Love yourself a little extra when you’re worried about money. Prioritize taking care of your whole self: mind, body, and soul.

    If you are to give yourself one gift this year, then please–give yourself the gift of self-compassion.

    Below, you’ll find 45 calming affirmations for holiday anxiety. Use these affirmations throughout the holiday season to help you feel grounded, calm, and centered. Remember that you are the only one in control of your emotions. You are in charge of your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs.

    So take care of yourself. Breathe deeply. And remember that you are worthy of your own love, kindness, and compassion – always.

    Affirmations For Holiday Anxiety

    • I will be gentle with myself today.
    • When I’m feeling overwhelmed, I give myself permission to step away and breathe.
    • I give myself permission to do what is best for me.
    • I choose to be kind to myself and love myself unconditionally.
    • I listen to what my soul needs in each and every moment.
    • I honor my past experiences, but I do not allow them to take away from my current joy.
    • I make space for all of my feelings, but I have the power to rise above anything that doesn’t serve my highest good.
    • In the face of worry and anxiety, I choose gratitude and faith.
    • I choose peace over worry.
    • I am safe and supported, rooted in this present moment.
    • I am grounded, centered, and stable.
    • I will not worry about things I cannot control.
    • I allow myself to take things one moment at a time.
    • I am equipped with all the tools I need to face today with courage and compassion.
    • It’s okay for me to feel anxious. I respond to my anxiety with love and compassion.
    • I am not my thoughts.
    • I am not my fears.
    • I am not my anxiety.
    • I am welcome here.
    • My presence is delightful to others.
    • I bring light to those around me.
    • It is safe for me to be my authentic self.
    • I am so much stronger than I realize.
    • I feel calm, centered, and grounded.
    • I have the power to overcome my doubts, worries, and fears.
    • I own my power and recognize the strength inside me.
    • I breathe love into my worries and fears.
    • I have the courage to step forward, even when I’m afraid.
    • I am equipped with all the tools I need to walk through this experience with dignity and grace.
    • I am in charge of my own energy. I’m the only one who chooses how I feel.
    • I choose to feel calm, grounded, peaceful, and secure.
    • I rise above my insecurities.
    • I have the power to control my emotions.
    • I choose to think positive thoughts.
    • I am aligned with the energy of love.
    • I am so grateful for my courageous heart for stepping outside my comfort zone.
    • All experiences shape me to be a stronger and braver version of myself.
    • Every single part of me is worthy of being loved and accepted.
    • I choose courage over fear and peace over perfection.
    • I am my true self, and there’s nobody else I’d rather be.
    • I am capable, strong, worthy, and always enough.
    • I am safe. I am protected. I am loved.
    • I cultivate deep courage and compassion within my mind, body, and soul.
    • My peace is more important.
    • I am willing to view this experience through the eyes of love.
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    What affirmations help you when you’re experiencing holiday anxiety? Share your favorites in the comment box below.

    And for more resources on spirituality, meditation, manifestation, and all things self-love, be sure to connect with me on Instagram and Pinterest, where I’m posting positive affirmations and empowering messages daily.


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    8 Best Chakra Books For Profound Energy Healing

    Below, discover eight of the best chakra books for both beginners and those looking to expand their knowledge of energy healing and the chakra system. Plus, learn more about the Ultimate Chakra Healing Bundle, a digital resource designed to help you heal stagnant energy and live in alignment with your highest self.

    Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon links. As an Amazon associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. If you purchase a product using my link, I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. You can read my full disclosure policy here.

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    What Are Chakras?

    Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning “wheel” or “disk.” A commonly accepted definition for the word chakra is a wheel of energy in your body. You might also think of it like a vortex of energy within you. What makes it confusing is that this vortex isn’t actually a physical thing like your bones or organs. You can’t see your chakras in an x–ray. Rather, you experience them through feelings, sensations, and your own inner knowing.

    When talking about chakras, we typically focus on the seven main ones in your body: Root, Sacral, Solar Plexus, Heart, Throat, Third Eye, and Crown. However, your body actually has at least 114 energy centers in your body, and some people believe there to be more.

    So what exactly does a chakra do? Energy is meant to flow, and when your chakras are open, your life force energy, or prana, can flow freely through your chakras at all times (through energy channels called nadis). In turn, this means that you’re more likely to feel confident, open-hearted, joyful, strong, creative, and in alignment with your highest, most authentic self.

    But if any of your chakras are closed or blocked, your life force energy gets trapped inside you. This often happens due to difficult experiences in your outer world. For instance, rejection, shame, heartbreak, and grief can all result in blocked chakras. This heavy, stagnant energy can result in feelings and experiences such as excessive isolation, lack of confidence, and a closed heart.

    To really understand how your chakra system works, I recommend picking up chakra books that go into full detail on how energy works in the body. To help you get started, I’ve listed eight of the best chakra books available, both for beginners and those looking to expand their knowledge about chakras, energy healing, and their body’s energy system.

    And for deeper insight into chakras as well as guidance on profound chakra healing, check out my Ultimate Chakra Healing Bundle, which includes a Chakra Healing eBook, Chakra Healing Workbook, and 8-Week Chakra Healing Guide. You can learn more about each of these digital resources below.

    Download the Ultimate Chakra Healing Bundle Today

    Best Chakra Books

    Chakra Healing: A Beginner’s Guide

    Margarita Alcantara’s Chakra Healing: A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Healing Techniques that Balance the Chakras is the perfect chakra book for beginners. It includes practical guidance to help you identify your own mental, physical, and emotional imbalances to determine which chakra may be causing it – and how to heal your own energy blockages.

    The Ultimate Guide To Chakras

    Athena Perrakis’ The Ultimate Guide to Chakras is another great beginner’s guide that is both beautifully written and illustrated. It includes deeper insight into each of the chakras and provides information on crystals, oils, chakra recipes, and more.

    Chakras & Self-Care

    In Chakras & Self-Care, author Ambi Kavanagh offers meaningful resources to balance and heal your body’s energy centers. You’ll find affirmation and visualization exercises, essential oil blend recipes, daily rituals, and more practices to help you experience true peace of mind and optimal alignment of your entire being: mind, body, and spirit.

    Chakras Activity Book & Journal

    For something a little different, Suzi Barrett’s Chakras Activity Book & Journal offers over 108 fun yet powerful activities to heal your chakras and cultivate deeper personal empowerment. The playful tone of this journal removes some of the pressure and seriousness that often comes when journeying within and promotes the effortless flow of life force energy.

    The Subtle Body

    If you’re ready to venture a little deeper into learning about chakras, Cyndi Dale’s The Subtle Body: An Encyclopedia of Your Energetic Anatomy may be just what you’re looking for. This is a comprehensive encyclopedia of human energetic anatomy and includes information on chakras, meridians, and fields, as well as the role of your intentions and beliefs when it comes to healing. For anyone wanting to dive deeper into their energy fields than ever before, this one won’t disappoint.

    Essential Chakra Yoga

    In Essential Chakra Yoga, Christina D’Arrigo provides assistance to beginners and experienced yoga teachers alike to unblock and heal their chakras using yoga poses and controlled breathing. This is a great resource for bringing balance to your mind, body, and spirit through movement, breathing, and mindfulness.

    Essential Chakra Meditation

    April Pfender’s Essential Chakra Meditation provides a series of guided meditations tailored to open, balance, and heal each chakra. It also provides mantras (short chants), mudras (hand postures), and detailed information about each chakra to help you diagnose and treat any blockages you may be experiencing.

    Energy Medicine

    One of my personal favorites, Donna Eden’s Energy Medicine provides detailed information on how to work with the body’s energy systems to promote health and well-being. While it discusses chakras, this one goes beyond just talking about chakras and discusses your entire energy system as a whole. If you’re completely new to chakras, I’d start with one of the other books first, as all the information here can be a bit overwhelming. But if you’re ready to cultivate a deeper understanding of your body’s energies, this may be exactly what you’re looking for.

    Ultimate Chakra Healing Bundle

    If you’re ready to learn more about your body’s chakras, heal stuck and stagnant energy within, and live in alignment with your highest self, the Chakra Healing Bundle will take you on a profound journey into healing your mind, body, and soul.

    Here’s what you’ll get with the bundle:

    Chakra Healing eBook

    • Get an introduction to your seven main chakras.
    • Learn the signs and symptoms of balanced and imbalanced chakras; what causes blocked chakras; how to heal your chakras; and more about the roles and attributes of each of your body’s energy centers.
    • Get 50 positive affirmations for each chakra.
    • Get 30 journal prompts for each chakra.
    • Receive guidance on using crystals and gemstones, essential oils, yoga, meditation, and other healing practices.
    • Plus learn about spiritual concepts such as your highest self, manifestation, limiting beliefs, and more!

    Chakra Healing Workbook

    • Get infographics and guides on the seven main chakras, their attributes, healing foods, crystals, essential oils, and more!
    • Create your dream life and assess how each of your chakras can help you achieve your dreams.
    • Connect with your highest and most authentic self.
    • Complete assessments for each of your chakras.
    • Get 14-day healing calendars with simple, guided practices for each of your seven main chakras. All calendars are repeatable so you can complete these practices as many times as you want!
    • Get journal templates for chakra healing, meditation, morning routine, and end-of-day reflections.

    8-Week Chakra Healing Guide

    • Get daily instructions to guide you through 8 weeks of chakra healing practices.
    • Take a pre-healing assessment before you start your journey.
    • Answer weekly reflection questions to get in touch with your inner self and reflect on your healing practices.
    • Receive daily positive affirmations for each week of healing.
    • Complete a healing tracker to help you track your progress.
    • Answer final reflection questions and receive guidance for next steps to take to keep your chakras open and balanced.

    Are you ready to journey within and restore balance to your mind, body, and soul? Click here to learn more and purchase your chakra healing bundle today!


    What are your favorite chakra books, journals, and healing resources? Share your favorites in the comment box below.

    And for additional chakra resources, positive affirmations, self-love tools, and more, be sure to follow me on Pinterest and Instagram.

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    44 Spiritual Growth Quotes For Your Spiritual Journey

    In this article, discover 44 profound spiritual growth quotes to guide you through all phases of your spiritual journey as you awaken to your true self.

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    What Is Spiritual Growth?

    Spiritual growth is the process in which you awaken to your true self – not the outer circumstances and experiences that you’ve defined yourself by but the truth of who you really are.

    Eternal. Infinite. Limitless. Expansive. Connected to everything and everyone. More than words could ever begin to describe. More than you’ve ever believed yourself to be.

    Your spiritual journey is sacred and personal to you, so I can’t tell you exactly what you’ll discover through this experience. But I can tell you that it will be transformative, and it will likely take you to places you never imagined.

    This isn’t an overnight journey. Years into it, you will still continue to learn and discover new things about yourself and the world around you.

    And while this spiritual journey is one of the most beautiful and worthwhile experiences you’ll ever have, it can, at times, feel very lonely. That’s why it’s important to step outside yourself every once in a while and remember that you’re not alone. You’re never alone.

    Below, find 44 spiritual growth quotes to guide you in all phases of your sacred spiritual journey. Let these quotes be gentle reminders that you are not your fears. You are not your stories. You are not the labels you’ve been given.

    You are more.

    Always, always more.

    Spiritual Growth Quotes

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    1. “The spiritual journey is the unlearning of fear and prejudices and the acceptance of love back in our hearts. Love is the essential reality and our purpose on earth. To be consciously aware of it, to experience love in ourselves and others, is the meaning of life.”

    Marianne Williamson


    2. “The universe is but a partial manifestation of your limitless capacity to become.”

    Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj


    3. “Enlightenment means taking full responsibility for your life.”

    William Blake


    4. “In the process of letting go you will lose many things from the past, but you will find yourself. It will be a permanent Self, rooted in awareness and creativity. Once you have captured this, you have captured the world.”

    Deepak Chopra


    5. “When you expand your awareness, seemingly random events will be seen to fit into a larger purpose.”

    Deepak Chopra


    6. “You have to grow from inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.”

    Swami Vivekananda


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    7. “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”

    Rumi


    8. “If we want to live a miraculous life, we must raise the volume on the loving voice within us and turn down the volume of our fear.”

    Gabby Bernstein


    9. “The simple intention to surrender control is all you need to experience miracles.”

    Gabby Bernstein


    10. “To realize that you are not your thoughts is when you begin to awaken spiritually.”

    Eckhart Tolle


    11. “When you connect to the silence within you, that is when you can make sense of the disturbance going on around you.”

    Stephen Richards


    12. “The path of spiritual growth is a path of lifelong learning.”

    M. Scott Peck


    13. “Everyone is on a spiritual path; most people just don’t know it. The spiritual journey is the unlearning of fear and the acceptance of love.”

    Marianne Williamson


    14. “Spiritual maturity is measured in terms of persevering faith, not perfect behavior.”

    Andy Stanley


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    15. “Your sacred space is where you can find yourself over and over again.”

    Joseph Campbell


    16. “The main requirement for spiritual growth: A yearning to know who you really are.”

    Adyashanti


    17. “You can read books without ever stepping into a library; and practice spirituality without ever going to a temple.”

    Anthony de Mello


    18. “You will never be able to escape from your heart. So it is better to listen to what it has to say.”

    Paulo Coelho


    19. “Your heart is the size of an ocean. Go find yourself in its hidden depths.”

    Rumi


    20. “What does it mean to be truly alive? We have the potential to experience extraordinary states of consciousness, to feel connected with others, to feel connected to everything. To be in awe of this movement of life. That’s the potential of human consciousness: to connect, to love, to be one. To experience a love that knows no boundaries; to experience a total state of oneness. That’s the potential and the purpose of human life, the human brain, and the human body.”

    Preethaji & Krishnaji


    21. “You are what you believe yourself to be.”

    Paulo Coelho


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    22. “It does not matter how long you are spending on the earth, how much money you have gathered or how much attention you have received. It is the amount of positive vibration you have radiated in life that matters“

    Amit Ray


    23. “It is through gratitude for the present moment that the spiritual dimension of life opens up.”

    Eckhart Tolle


    24. “Your greatest awakening comes, when you are aware about your infinite nature.”

    Amit Ray


    25. “We can never judge the lives of others, because each person knows only their own pain and renunciation. It’s one thing to feel that you are on the right path, but it’s another to think that yours is the only path.”

    Paulo Coelho


    26. “Spirituality emerged as a fundamental guidepost in Wholeheartedness. Not religiosity but the deeply held belief that we are inextricably connected to one another by a force greater than ourselves—a force grounded in love and compassion. For some of us that’s God, for others it’s nature, art, or even human soulfulness. I believe that owning our worthiness is the act of acknowledging that we are sacred. Perhaps embracing vulnerability and overcoming numbing is ultimately about the care and feeding of our spirits.”

    Brene Brown


    27. “Believe in your infinite potential. Your only limitations are those you set upon yourself.”

    Roy T. Bennett


    28. “A state of mind that sees God in everything is evidence of growth in grace and a thankful heart.”

    Charles Finney


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    29. “You were born with everything you need to answer the call of your soul.”

    Marie Forleo


    30. “There is nothing more important to true growth than realizing that you are not the voice of the mind – you are the one who hears it.”

    Michael A. Singer


    31. “Pure awareness transcends thinking. It allows you to step outside the chattering negative self-talk and your reactive impulses and emotions. It allows you to look at the world once again with open eyes. And when you do so, a sense of wonder and quiet contentment begins to reappear in your life.”

    Mark Williams


    32. “Serious spiritual practice is more than serene walks in the woods, lit candles and incense. You have to be committed. You have to be willing to enter into your own darkness and transcend it.”

    Maria Erving


    33. “To make the right choices in life, you have to get in touch with your soul. To do this, you need to experience solitude, which most people are afraid of, because in the silence you hear the truth and know the solutions.”

    Deepak Chopra


    34. “Everything you want is on the other side of fear.”

    Jack Canfield


    35. “You’re a spiritual being having a human experience. You’re not a human being having a spiritual experience.” – Deepak Chopra


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    36. “Begin to see yourself as a soul with a body rather than a body with a soul.”

    Wayne Dyer


    37. “These pains you feel are messengers. Listen to them.”

    Rumi


    38. “Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”

    Carl Jung


    39. “Dimming your light doesn’t do you or the world any good. You were meant to be great. Stand in that power.”

    Lisa Nichols


    40. “Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.”

    Wayne Dyer


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    41. “Waking up this morning, I smile. Twenty-four brand new hours are before me. I vow to live fully in each moment and to look at all beings with eyes of compassion.”

    Thich Nhat Hanh


    42. “If you knew who walked beside you at all times, on the path that you have chosen, you could never experience fear or doubt again.”

    Wayne Dyer


    43. “I am not my thoughts, emotions, sense perceptions, and experiences. I am not the content of my life. I am Life. I am the space in which all things happen. I am consciousness. I am the Now. I Am.”

    Eckhart Tolle


    44. “Awakening is not changing who you are, but discarding who you are not.”

    Deepak Chopra


    Do you have any favorite spiritual growth quotes? Share your favorites in the comment box below! And for more inspirational quotes, plus a daily dose of positive affirmations and self-love, be sure to connect with me on Instagram and Pinterest!


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    40 Gentle Affirmations For Heartbreak And Healing

    Below, discover 40 gentle affirmations for heartbreak to support you during every phase of your healing journey.

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    Positive Affirmations & Heartbreak

    The terms positive affirmations and heartbreak don’t seem to go together very well. Experiencing heartbreak can be one of the most profoundly difficult experiences in a person’s life. And you can’t simply gloss over the depth of your feelings with some feel-good words, even if you wish you could.

    So I want to make it clear: using affirmations for heartbreak isn’t about suppressing the pain you feel.

    In fact, the affirmations you use should be geared toward allowing yourself to feel all of your emotions: the good and the bad.

    They should also be focused on allowing yourself to take your time through your healing journey, not rushing through this difficult experience, and giving yourself the space you need to heal at your own pace.

    And finally, they should also include gentle reminders that you are worthy of deep and unconditional love, no matter what.

    But this isn’t just about external love. More importantly, it’s about the love you show yourself. Because you are worthy of your own time, care, and attention. You are worthy of loving yourself fully, in every season of your life. And you deserve to be loved, exactly as you are.

    You are enough. You have always been enough. You will always be enough.

    Below, you’ll find 40 gentle affirmations for heartbreak and healing. Some of these affirmations may serve you better during different parts of your healing journey, so choose the ones that resonate most in this moment.

    Let them serve and support your mind, body, and soul.

    Affirmations for Heartbreak & Healing

    • I allow myself to move slowly through this healing journey and take my time.
    • I lean into my emotions, no matter how uncomfortable they feel.
    • Emotional releases are good for me.
    • I will be gentle with myself today.
    • I allow myself to take time for me.
    • It’s okay if all I do today is just breathe.
    • I know that healing is not linear, and I accept my good days and my bad days as they come.
    • My feelings are real. My feelings are valid. My feelings matter.
    • I am allowed to put myself first and prioritize my needs.
    • No matter what, I am always worthy of deep and unconditional love.
    • I love and accept myself for exactly the person I am right now.
    • I allow myself to accept and receive love from myself and others.
    • I show compassion for myself always.
    • I am far stronger than I realize.
    • I cultivate deep courage and compassion within my body, mind, and spirit.
    • My heart is grateful and my mind is at peace.
    • I choose to love myself as deeply as I love others.
    • Every day, I love myself a little more.
    • I lovingly nurture my mind, body, and spirit.
    • I deserve real, wholehearted, unconditional love.
    • I release the shadows of my past.
    • Today, I choose to prioritize my mind, body, and spirit.
    • I am safe and supported, rooted in the present moment.
    • I am healing more and more every day.
    • I allow myself to find peace in solitude.
    • I am willing to believe everything will work out, even when it doesn’t feel like it.
    • I love myself completely.
    • I am loved, loving, lovable.
    • Every ending offers me the opportunity for a beautiful new beginning.
    • I am grateful for my strong heart and resilient spirit.
    • I hold the key to my own happiness.
    • My happiness comes from within.
    • Who I am, exactly as I am, is worthy of unconditional love.
    • I am me, and that is always enough.
    • I am strong.
    • I am resilient.
    • I am whole.
    • I am loved.
    • I am worthy.
    • I am enough.
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