The Only 100 Positive Affirmations You Will Ever Need


Growing Up without Positive Thinking

Why are these simple messages of truth and love that can change our lives so absent in culture and the environment that raises us?

Why do we have to discover these positive affirmations by accident and feel like we have found a new gold mine whereas almost all of it is found in ancient messages that still hold true?

I grew up with a lot of love – and I mean, a lot of love from my parents, my relatives, my grandparents, and my childhood friends.

All of these are irreplaceable affections in their own right.

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But the love was often overshadowed with a lot of fear, shame and guilt imposed by our guardians and authority. I don’t mean fear, shame and guilt for wrong-doing but for doing anything that was not “the norm” (the norm itself being anything but normal or sensible).

The overflow of affection in our culture cannot be matched, I admit, but it is rarely about teaching a child to be positive and confident in life, or about believing in their own abilities to make smart choices or to follow a dream. It is about making sure they follow the rules, with obedience always being the measuring stick above all things.

If you didn’t grow up being told just how unique and special you are, how capable you are of everything you want to become, how normal it is to have dreams outside of the norm, and how much you matter to this world, this blog post is for you, darling!

If you want to be happy and successful in your own life, a positive, fierce, proud and happy person without shame, learn how to be confident, and love and approve of yourself with these guided affirmation audio tracks. Use them daily and you’ll see results in your moods and happiness levels in 7 days at the latest.


100 Positive Affirmations to Carry You Through Life

Where did I get these affirmations? I have read the work of Louise Hay and adore her to pieces and I may have a few of her phrases or words but they are mostly altered to fit my own language. She is truly my source of inspiration, that much I admit openly. However, just as Louise recommends, I wanted to put together my own affirmations for you and encourage you to use them as they are or feel free to change the wording even further to adopt it as yours.

You may laugh, you may sneer, you may not believe a word of these affirmations but if my engineering logic-oriented mind can come around to believing them and watching them bring happiness to my life and profit into my business, I have high hopes that it can help you too.

Affirmations work best in the PRESENT tense, just as you see below, and when you say them consciously and preferably loudly (if the circumstance permits!). Also, it helps to adopt positive BELIEVING as well as positive THINKING as you embrace these words in the situations that arise in your life.

When you feel lonely and sad:

1. I feel the love of those who are not physically around me.
2. I take pleasure in my own solitude.
3. I am too big a gift to this world to feel self-pity.
4. I love and approve of myself.

When you feel terrified (without your safety being in danger):

5. I focus on breathing and grounding myself.
6. Following my intuition and my heart keeps me safe and sound.
7. I make the right choices every time.
8. I draw from my inner strength and light.
9. I trust myself.


When you feel insignificant:

10. I am a unique child of this world.
11. I have as much brightness to offer the world as the next person.
12. I matter and what I have to offer this world also matters.
13. I may be one in 7 billion but I am also one in 7 billion.

When you are nervous or afraid:

14. I trust my inner wisdom and intuition.
15. I breathe in calmness and breathe out nervousness.
16. This situation works out for my highest good.
17. Wonderful things unfold before me.

When you are angry:

18. I forgive myself for all the mistakes I have made.
19. I let go of my anger so I can see clearly.
20. I accept responsibility if my anger has hurt anyone.
21. I replace my anger with understanding and compassion.
22. I offer an apology to those affected by my anger.

When you feel hopeless and at the end of your rope:

23. I may not understand the good in this situation but it is there.
24. I muster up more hope and courage from deep inside me.
25. I choose to find hopeful and optimistic ways to look at this.
26. I kindly ask for help and guidance if I cannot see a better way.
27. I refuse to give up because I haven’t tried all possible ways.

When you feel conflicted about a decision:

28. I know my wisdom guides me to the right decision.
29. I trust myself to make the best decision for me.
30. I receive all feedback with kindness but make the final call myself.
31. I listen lovingly to this inner conflict and reflect on it until I get to peace around it.
32. I love my family even if they do not understand me completely.
33. I show my family how much I love them in all the verbal and non-verbal ways I can.
34. There is a good reason I was paired with this perfect family.
35. I choose to see my family as a gift.
36. I am a better person from the hardship that I’ve gone through with my family.

When you are among friends:

37. I choose friends who approve of me and love me.
38. I surround myself with people who treat me well.
39. I take the time to show my friends that I care about them.
40. My friends do not judge me, nor do they influence what I do with my life.
41. I take great pleasure in my friends, even if we disagree or live different lives.

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When you are around strangers:

42. I am beautiful and smart and that’s how everyone sees me.
43. I take comfort in the fact that I can always leave this situation.
44. I never know what amazing incredible person I will meet next.
45. The company of strangers teaches me more about my own likes and dislikes.

When you are at work:

46. I am doing work that I enjoy and find fulfilling.
47. I play a big role in my own career success.
48. I do not settle for meaningless, boring, and frustrating work.
49. I engage in work that impacts this world positively.
50. I believe in my ability to change the world with the work that I do.

When you can’t sleep:

51. Peaceful sleep awaits me in dreamland.
52. I let go of all the false stories I make up in my head.
53. I release my mind of thought until the morning.
54. I embrace the peace and quiet of the night.
55. I sleep soundly and deeply and beautifully into this night.

When you don’t want to face the day:

56. This day brings me nothing but joy.
57. Today will be a gorgeous day to remember.
58. My thoughts are my reality so I think up a bright new day.
59. I fill my day with hope and face it with joy.
60. I choose to fully participate in my day.

When you worry about your future:

61. I let go of worries that drain my energy for no good return.
62. I make smart, calculated plans for my future.
63. I enlist the help of experts as needed in my financial planning.
64. I am in complete charge of planning for my future.
65. I trust in my own ability to provide well for my family.

When you can’t get your loved ones to support your dreams:

66. I follow my dreams no matter what.
67. I show compassion in helping my loved ones understand my dreams.
68. I ask my loved ones to support my dreams.
69. I answer questions about my dreams without getting defensive.
70. My loved ones love me even without fully grappling with my dreams.
71. I accept everyone as they are and continue on with pursuing my dream.

When you come face to face with a problem:

72. I am safe and sound. All is well.
73. Everything works out for my highest good.
74. There is a great reason this is unfolding before me now.
75. I have the smarts and the ability to get through this.
76. All my problems have a solution.

When you want to do more with your life but feel stuck:

77. I attempt all – not some – possible ways to get unstuck.
78. I seek a new way of thinking about this situation.
79. The answer is right before me, even if I am not seeing it yet.
80. I believe in my ability to unlock the way and set myself free.

When you can’t stop comparing yourself to others:

81. I have no right to compare myself to anyone for I do not know their whole story.
82. I compare myself only to my highest self.
83. I choose to see the light that I am to this world.
84. I am happy in my own skin and in my own circumstances.
85. I see myself as a gift to my people and community and nation.


When you feel you are not good enough no matter how hard you try:

86. I am more than good enough and I get better every day.
87. I give up the habit to criticize myself.
88. I adopt the mindset to praise myself.
89. I see the perfection in all my flaws and all my genius.
90. I fully approve of who I am, even as I get better.
91. I am a good person at all times of day and night.

When you want to give up:

92. I cannot give up until I have tried every conceivable way.
93. Giving up is easy and always an option so let’s delay it for another day.
94. I press on because I believe in my path.
95. It is always too early to give up on my goals.
96. I must know what awaits me at the end of this rope so I do not give up.

When you recognize how powerful, gifted, talented and brilliant you really are:

97. The past has no power over me anymore
98. I embrace the rhythm and the flowing of my own heart.
99. All that I need comes to me at the right time and place in this life.
100. I am deeply fulfilled with who I am.


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  • Carmelo

    I observe myself with total awareness and not an once of judgment.

    (nice the way you broke these up in sections, Farnoosh.)

    • Farnoosh

      Carmelo, fantastic 101st addition, thank you!

  • Jason “J-Ryze” Fonceca

    These are pretty epic, Farnoosh, and it feels like a lot of energy went into it. 100! Awesome. And categorized well :)

    I think my favorite right now is I love & approve of myself :D (Louise Hay’s big on that one)

    As a complement for people:
    I made a list of 33 insanely high leverage affirmations almost a year ago, with a punchy kinetic typography video that would make a good addition here. I haven’t looked at it in awhile… I wonder if we have overlap or cover different areas :)

    You totally rocked it :D Consider it tweeted :D

    • Farnoosh

      Hi Jason, I added your link to your name so people can hop over the valuable link you shared with us. And yes, that’s from Louise Haye, indeed! Thanks for the sweet vote of encouragement here.

      • Jason “J-Ryze” Fonceca

        Fantastic, Farnoosh! Thanks :)

        We’re definitely on the same page :D

  • Rakesh Malhotra

    - I act with responsibility and integrity
    - I am empowered with strong values
    - Nothing in the world can stop me
    - I am a role model, I know choices have consequences
    - I can do it
    - I meet today’s problems with today’s strength
    - The crisis of today is the joke of tomorrow
    - Doing something will make me happy
    - I know living is giving and it makes me happy
    - I enjoy living in present moment
    - I know expectations reduces the joy

    • Farnoosh

      Wonderful additions Rakesh. Way more than the single one I asked and I appreciate them all. :)
      My personal favorite: The crisis of today is the joke of tomorrow.

  • Sibyl

    Love, love, love this post Farnoosh. Really insightful and chocked full of so much wisdom. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    • Farnoosh

      Thank you dear Sibyl. You inspire me to push myself on these types of posts because you do them oh so well yourself.

  • Cassandra

    Dearest Farnoosh,

    I absolutely LOVED this post! :) As you know, I’m a huge fan of Louise Hay and all the work she’s done… You did an AMAZING job with this post and all the great affirmations that you included! I’m definitely going to tweet this one :D

    One affirmation that I like to use is:

    I am only one person but I am also the ONLY one who could ever be me, & therefore I am priceless!

    • Farnoosh

      Cassandra, lovely to see you – I’ve been missing you. So happy you enjoyed this – I know you and I love that woman and the affirmations speak deeply to both of us, and thank you for sharing your special one. Hope you are doing well!!!

      • Cassandra


        I’ve been missing you, too! :) I unfortunately took an unintended hiatus from my cherished blogging world because of all my courses and all the work we’ve been getting assigned. I’m taking some pretty challenging courses (anatomy, American Sign Language, sociology for marriage and family, and World Civilization) and even though I’m enjoying them, they’ve been taking up a huge chunk of my time…which I’m not all that happy about. I promise that I will visit more often, though :)…the classes are great, but they don’t replace the friendship I have with you.

        How has everything been with you? Wonderful, I hope. :)

        • Farnoosh

          School first and I am so happy you are doing well. Good for you! Sending you a big huge hug, Cassandra and we talk very soon again. I’m doing great – thank you for asking. Stay on top of that coursework! best of luck.

  • Joe

    Thank you for this extremely helpful information. What is most helpful is the way you break it down by particular category. These affirmations will definitely help!

    • Farnoosh

      Hi Joe, great to hear you enjoyed this – I’m working on it myself every day – and I hope you get lots of good use out of them. Thanks for taking the time to chime in!

  • Tim


    I love these…thank you for sharing! I stumbled upon a Louise Hay audio program and used to listen to it on my way to work…pretty amazing stuff. I’ve read from numerous successful individuals who said affirmations helped them immensely and others who said affirmations are a waste of time. Truly, I believe that if you believe the affirmations will help you, they will. Again, these are great and thank you for a most amazing post!

    • Farnoosh

      Hi Tim, Louise Hay is a gem. So glad you like her too. You know what, those who think it a waste of time may not know how to use it or whatever. If you use them and they don’t work for you, then you can come to that conclusion but not based on what they say – in other words, whatever you said in your comment is absolutely true :)!
      Glad to see you here and you are most welcome!

  • Vidya Sury

    Affirmations can be so powerful. Although I practice many of these, I am going to print this list so I can share it with others. We do have the power within us to encourage ourselves and each other. :-) Thank you, Farnoosh. Must check out Jason “J-Ryze” Fonceca’s link of 33 affirmations.

    Hugs, Vidya

    • Farnoosh

      Vidya, how lovely to see you yet again. You are a master with these affirmations – I am so glad you are into them because they pay handsomely. Thanks for the good energy and vibe you add here, and hugs back to you, Vidya.

    • Jason “J-Ryze” Fonceca

      I agree, Vidya, Farnoosh rocked it so hard, and your enthusiastic sharing helps the world so much.

      Thanks for the heads up, Vidya! I think you’ll really enjoy my 33 affirmations video – they’re NOT your … “normal affirmations” :)

  • G Angela

    I loved every affirmation you have spelt it out so clearly, and very beautifully categorized. Thanks for sharing ! I am great admirer of Louise Hay, and I have used a lot of her affirmations and also shared with a lot of people in my life, appreciate you and thanks !

    • Farnoosh

      So very welcome, Angela…. Louise Hay is an angel. Great to see you enjoyed this. Thanks for stopping by.

  • Mike

    This is a fabulous article! Thank you so much for 100 affirmations. I am Positive they will help me :-)


    • Farnoosh

      Thanks so much and a nice play on words Mike.

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  • Coach Comeback

    What a list! What a list indeed! Very Louise Hay-ish!

    I absolutely LOVE IT!

    I am going to spend the next few days and see if I can commit to tweeting all 100 =-)

    Thank you for this!

    • Farnoosh

      Looks like you really liked this post, Coach Comeback :)! Delighted for it!!! And you are so sweet to want to tweet them all….it’s yours my dear to do with it as you wish. Thank you so much for stopping by.

    • Jason “J-Ryze” Fonceca

      Ahhhh, James! Great to see you here — you’re in good company. Louise Hay-esque stuff, Rumi quotes, and more!

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  • Gloria

    Exactly what I needed at the moment. Thank you!

    • Farnoosh

      Gloria, most welcome you are :)!

  • Eleni

    My inner light is perfectly in tune with the moment and will guide me in the direction that is best for me…

    • Farnoosh

      Beautiful thought Eleni ….

    • tedros

      thank you Farnoosh for your positive affirmations.i will do them.they will help me.they will bring me peace and success in my life.i deserve success and happiness.

  • Alison Held

    Thank you Farnoosh for these 100 affirmations! I have worked with so many affirmations but several of these are very unique!

    • Farnoosh

      Alison, makes my day to hear things like this – thanks for taking the time to do this. Thank you for the kind words. All my best!

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  • Jay

    After a home invasion over ten years ago and suffering GAD and PTSD, even though physical symptoms have ceased somewhat. I find it hard to interact in society on a consistent basis. I find myself isolated in my apartment with the blind drawn. I think deep down l feel there is only pain out there. I’ve been to therapy and relived this terrible act. I feel like lm drowning and do not know how break free especially since l live in another state and l have everything to live for. Any comments would be appreciated.

    • Farnoosh

      Hi Jay, thanks for sharing this with us and I am sorry for your unfortunate incidents. To be honest, I don’t really believe that therapy works as well unless they help you create shifts in mindset and change your beliefs about the reality that you are creating in your mind – I’ve never been to therapy, do they help you with that? You need to believe different thoughts because what you are telling yourself is not true. I would say read this book which I also reviewed Louise Hay: You Can Heal Your Life. then go on YouTube and watch an hour long vide of it – just type the name and find it. That’s where I would start. She’s a miracle worker and she’ll tap into the miracle in YOU, Jay! Hope this helps!

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  • jeff portelli

    As we change the way we see things we begin to change the things we see.

    • Farnoosh

      Lovely addition, thanks Jeff!

  • Evie

    I am a beautiful woman…I am perfect in every way….I am right where I am suppose to be…….

    • Farnoosh

      Go Evie. You sure are!

  • Jeromey

    Hey Farnoosh, my favorite is “I am doing work that I enjoy and find fulfilling” thanks for sharing this.

    • Farnoosh

      Jeromey, love your affirmation.

  • Josh Pavicic

    Hi Farnoosh,
    What a lovely person you are for taking the time too offer what you have to others, and believe me you have alot to give. I too am extremely grateful to Lousie Haye for writing the book “You can heal your life” It exposed a key element in my depression that being that our thoughts, weather positive or negative affect our emotions. I’ve come to realize that everything we do starts as a thought, either on a conscious or even sub conscious level. Subconscious thoughts are not easy to control but I will say this they do tend to reflect what we fill our minds with at a conscious level. Conscious thoughts however are ours to control, and using the affirmations you’ve posted or even tweaking them as you suggest is a remedy that if bottled, would be priceless. People such as yourself are near perfect examples of the principle found in the do unto others rule and I hope you realize how special you really are.
    “I find joy in giving to people what I hope to receive”
    “I love you (insert name here) you are a great person”
    “My thoughts are mine to control”
    “If you choose to lie down with dogs then expect to get up with fleas”
    Peace out :)

    • Farnoosh

      Josh, too kind and sweet you are. Thank you so much! Everything starts as a thought. So true. Thank you for your very insightful comment about subconscious thoughts, Josh. And your words are truly kind. Thank you for stopping by and sharing them. I love the extra additions you shared too ;)!

      • Josh Pavicic

        The pleasure was mine I assure you, my kindness can be attributed to you in that I was just giving credit where credit was due! But thank you for your lovely reply and for acknowledging my insights. I loved reading your brief auto biography, I’m always encouraged when I hear of other people who have liberated themselves although your liberation was different from mine. I was not as fortunate as yourself in having a loving family environment my mother abandoned me when I was eighteen months old and my father raised me but he had little experience on which to draw as his mother and father died when he was 3. As a result he was dragged up in horrible boarding schools, but growing up in Australia I did have relative freedom to be whatever I wanted to be. Funny thing though without that loving secure environment and validation especially from my mother I became an incredibly insecure person. My father was quite heavy handed when it came to discipline and my step mother was and still is an incredibly negative and manipulative person. But as I’ve grown older I’ve come to realize that she sadly was one of these people who hadn’t broken the chains, for she was exposed to a similar environment as a child. You know I really delight in getting older and seeing things through maturer eyes. For the record last year I became one of Jehovah’s witnesses and alot of the changes I’ve made especially in my assessment of others has come through the things Ive learnt from the Bible, that being said I also acknowledge people such as yourself and Louise as being like a lighthouse, shedding light on the subject of self worth and showing people a safe and secure passage.
        Do you still live in Tehran? Also I’d love to hear more about your childhood and upbringing as I’m extremely interested in other cultures.

  • Jeya

    Inspired by many of these….I’m going to say these affirmations to myself, and live by them, throughout the course of my Bsc…especially :P :) thanks!

    • Farnoosh

      Jeya, so glad this post inspired you.

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  • Kristie

    I just discovered this post – wow! Thank you! I am ready to make changes in my life and these affirmations will help me. Three comments …

    1. You seem to have changed to a new category between #31 and #32; you might want to skip a line and introduce your “family” affirmations.

    2. I like your “anger” affirmations, but some anger is healthy and useful; how about “My anger gives me the energy and strength to make positive, lasting changes in myself and my life, and perhaps in other lives as well.”

    3. “When you want to give up” … sometimes that is precisely what you should do! “When it is time to let go and move on, I walk away with my head held high, sad but relieved, grateful for what I have learned and eager to see what will come next.”

    • Farnoosh

      Hi Kristie, such a thoughtful comment. Thanks for sharing your insights. You are right – anger can be good energy and it’s very important to recognize that and not resist all anger. And you are right: I’ve written posts on when we SHOULD totally give up – how funny you mentioned that. Thanks Kristie for adding so much to this post.

  • Colleen Kelly

    I am blown away by how many amazing affirmations you have come up with !. I am keeping this one where I can see it when I need it!.
    Farnoosh, I think you’re wonderful. Thank you for such an amazing post!.

    My Affirmation: I will never give up my tomorrow… because it SEEMS impossible, today. :)

    • Farnoosh

      Sweet Colleen, so glad you enjoyed these. Love your affirmation too.

  • Florencia

    Farnoosh, thanks so much for sharing this! I’ve been looking for positive affirmations for a while. Louise Hay is a genius, I love her and has helped mmy mom and I to get better over our hard times!.
    Even though I’m only 18 years old, I’ve struggled with low self esteem my whole life. I even had suffered from depression, an anxiety disorder and also I used to hurt myself. Now, I’m still trying to love myself, but luckily I don’t feel the need of hurting myself anymore and my depression is totally under control :D. I’m still working, going once a week to treatment and reading Louise Hay of course :D.
    The quote I really love and wanted to share was about self control, also by Louise: “It’s only a thought and a thought can be changed” . This quote has made me feel so conscious about myself and has helped me a lot when my anxiety is extreme. Thanks so much once again for sharing this!!!

    PS: sorry if my English isn’t quite good, I’m from Argentina and my mother tounge is spanish :) haha.

    • Farnoosh

      Florencia, your name is gorgeous and your English is just fine, darling. You are so young, and have so much of wonderful life ahead …. I am really impressed that you are taking to affirmations and positive thinking at such a young age – I am so glad you are feeling better and keep working at this – I am much much older than you and it’s still work – and you will overcome those negative thoughts. :)

  • BobbyJo Newell

    Thanks for confirming about Mrs Hay, I just saw her website and gonna give it a go. I am 41 and female and need some mindset change. I am gonna enjoy reading your blogs too. Thanks again

    • Farnoosh

      Thrilled to hear it, BobbyJo and I love your attitude – mindset change can change your whole life. You are most welcome!

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  • Prabakaran Rajasekaran

    Hi thank you so much,
    This is really making be motivated and relief from my depression,

    • Farnoosh

      Happy for you :)

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