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Affirmations narrated by Anna Jackson for when you feel lonely.
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Affirmations For Loneliness With Anna
Skylight • Ep 1
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Affirmations For Loneliness With Anna
Affirmations For Loneliness With Anna
Skylight • Ep 1 • 01:52

It's normal for humans to feel lonely at times, which leads us to look for real connections. Affirmations can be your companions in these times, offering comfort and directing an optimistic outlook. Recognize that being alone does not determine your value and allow love and connection to enter your life. Accept your individuality and assets, changing the conversation from what you lack to what you already have.

Acknowledging that you are alone but not lonely and letting the peace that comes from being by yourself will help you find peace in isolation. Acknowledge a higher power's presence and express your gratitude for all of life's benefits. Recognize that you will always have a lasting relationship with yourself and work on building a strong relationship with yourself and others. During times of introspection, embrace the quiet and let your mind wander to the spiritual realm.

Recognize that you have a good influence on those around you and that they need, value, and appreciate you. Recognize that a higher power is interested in your journey and learn to be patient with yourself. Have faith that loneliness is fleeting, just like all other emotions, and that better times are ahead. These affirmations serve as a roadmap, reassuring you that even in the face of loneliness, there is space for personal growth and a route to happier, more meaningful days to come.


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It’s okay to feel lonely. As humans, we crave true connection, and when that is absent at times we can feel isolated and alone. Here are 10 affirmations to help you through the lonely moments in life. I am whole and complete, and know that I am not hurt or broken. My loneliness does not define me, and I am open to receiving love and connection. I choose to focus on what’s right with me, and celebrate my unique qualities and strengths. I am alone, but not lonely. I embrace the peace that comes from solitude. My Higher Power is always with me, and I am grateful for the blessings in my life. The longest relationship I’ll ever have is with myself. I am comfortable in the silence and allow my thoughts to turn to God. I am needed, valued and appreciated by others. I am patient with myself and know that God cares about my life. The loneliness will pass. Hopefully these helped you feel a little less lonely and you can move forward with confidence that brighter days are ahead.

Watching Now
Affirmations For Loneliness With Anna
Affirmations For Loneliness With Anna
Skylight • Ep 1 • 01:52

It's normal for humans to feel lonely at times, which leads us to look for real connections. Affirmations can be your companions in these times, offering comfort and directing an optimistic outlook. Recognize that being alone does not determine your value and allow love and connection to enter your life. Accept your individuality and assets, changing the conversation from what you lack to what you already have.

Acknowledging that you are alone but not lonely and letting the peace that comes from being by yourself will help you find peace in isolation. Acknowledge a higher power's presence and express your gratitude for all of life's benefits. Recognize that you will always have a lasting relationship with yourself and work on building a strong relationship with yourself and others. During times of introspection, embrace the quiet and let your mind wander to the spiritual realm.

Recognize that you have a good influence on those around you and that they need, value, and appreciate you. Recognize that a higher power is interested in your journey and learn to be patient with yourself. Have faith that loneliness is fleeting, just like all other emotions, and that better times are ahead. These affirmations serve as a roadmap, reassuring you that even in the face of loneliness, there is space for personal growth and a route to happier, more meaningful days to come.


View Transcript
It’s okay to feel lonely. As humans, we crave true connection, and when that is absent at times we can feel isolated and alone. Here are 10 affirmations to help you through the lonely moments in life. I am whole and complete, and know that I am not hurt or broken. My loneliness does not define me, and I am open to receiving love and connection. I choose to focus on what’s right with me, and celebrate my unique qualities and strengths. I am alone, but not lonely. I embrace the peace that comes from solitude. My Higher Power is always with me, and I am grateful for the blessings in my life. The longest relationship I’ll ever have is with myself. I am comfortable in the silence and allow my thoughts to turn to God. I am needed, valued and appreciated by others. I am patient with myself and know that God cares about my life. The loneliness will pass. Hopefully these helped you feel a little less lonely and you can move forward with confidence that brighter days are ahead.


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