Blessing Your Anxious Thoughts
In a world where it’s easy to see what you’re missing, it pays to remember what you already have.
The Blessism for Gratitude can help you appreciate and honor the bad things in life, in the same way you appreciate and honor the good things, turning them into blessings.
In the end, our anxious thoughts do not define us, they are simply passing thoughts and feelings that need to be expressed and released.
Practicing gratitude can help you do all of that and more.
Blessisms help you cope in a healthier way in a world filled with negativity. Many of us live in a world filled with toxic and negative thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
Blessisms can help you start thinking differently and blessing the life lesson along the way helping you find a balance between the negative and positive aspects of life.
Blessism for Gratitude
I bless my anxious thoughts and any pain today.
My anxious thoughts do not define me.
My pain does not define me.
I face anxiety with courage and strength.
I am blessed and grateful for all the extraordinary moments in life.
I also bless and am grateful for the moments that may not have been so extraordinary.
I appreciate the good things in life just as I honor the bad things.
I am grateful for my ability to grow and see things in a new way.
I can find gratitude and appreciation within each life lesson and turn them into blessings.
That is how Blessisms work! Everything that happens, ‘good’ or ‘bad’ shapes my destiny in a beautiful way.
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BLESSisms are an excellent way to find joy in difficult times. When you start focusing on those moments of joy, you realize how far you have already come. You start feeling grateful for the challenges you have overcome. You tap into new sources of strength and resilience.