Affirmations for Self-Healing (Audio Book)
These 52 affirmations and prayers—one for each week of the year—will help you strengthen positive qualities in yourself such as good health, will power, forgiveness, security, happiness, and many others.
Health care professionals know that our thoughts influence our physical, mental, and emotional health, for better or for worse. We routinely enlist the help of psychologists and medications to overcome our deeply rooted, harmful thoughts. But we also have the power to change our thoughts ourselves, in ways that complement or offer an alternative to these often only marginally effective, and sometimes side-effect laden, treatments.
This inspirational book is the ultimate self-help manual—a powerful tool for personal transformation. Author Swami Kriyananda teaches that negative thoughts exist in the subconscious mind, mentally whispering thousands of times each day, “I am afraid, I am tired, I am angry . . .” To be successfully overcome, these thoughts must be faced in their own territory.
Affirmation is a proven method of influencing the subconscious mind, and replacing those negative thoughts with positive statements of well-being. Each of the affirmations in this book reaches the subconscious in a language it can hear and understand. Where other methods fail, these affirmations are sure to succeed.
What Others Are Saying
"Affirmations for Self-Healing has become a meditation friend to me. The inspiring messages and prayers, plus the physical beauty of the book, help me start my day uplifted and focused."
—Sue Patton Thoele, author of Growing Hope
"Swami Kriyananda is a wise teacher whose words convey love and compassion. Read and listen, and allow your life to change."
—Larry Dossey, bestselling author of Healing Words
"This is one of only two books that I’ve found very helpful for affirming good health and positive qualities."
—Healthy & Natural Magazine
"Affirmations for Self-Healing is a book to keep on your bedside table to read in quiet moments of reflection."
—The Rebecca Review