Blessing Your Magnificence

When was the last time you celebrated your magnificence?

Most of us don’t take the time to stop and take a really good look at ourselves for the incredible, creative, beautiful souls we truly are.

It’s time to stop self-criticism and start looking at yourself as a magnificent work of art in motion.

The world needs your brilliance and grace.

This Blessism for Magnificence is also related to Love Skill #41 – Liberate Your Magnificence from Scott and Shannon Peck’s best-selling book Love Skills You Were Never Taught.

Blessism for Magnificence

I bless my magnificence today as well as any times in my life in which I didn’t feel so magnificent.

I am grateful to live a life of contrast.

From now on I celebrate my magnificence.

I celebrate love. I celebrate myself.

I bless all my hopes and dreams and everything I still want to achieve in life.

I radiate magnificence today.

May I have the courage to change the things I can change and accept and bless the things I cannot.

When I realize and bless my own magnificence, I will only attract magnificent people into my life.

Today and every day I own my magnificence!

The world needs my brilliance and grace.

I can find magnificence in every moment and the most magnificent being I will ever meet is myself.

I bless that!

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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.