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SELF LOVE JOURNAL PROMPTS



Hello,

I am so glad that I get to share some simple ways to help you get to know you better. I wish you all that is good along your journey. May you find peace within and enjoy this beautiful journey in life. Log onto www.hypnotherapymindandbody,com . I have blog posts that you can read. I also post upcoming workshops and appointments that you can schedule if you would like hypnotherapy, reiki, or a sound bath you can schedule a time that works for you online.

Any type of writing for the purpose of psychological or behavioral healing or growth. It assists one in being proactive in their feelings.

Creative Journaling: Incorporates creative ways to journal via journal prompts, exercises, art, drawing, or writing with your non dominant hand.


The worksheet lists 20 sentence-completion prompts that you fill out with something positive about yourself. A reason, in other words, that you are great. These prompts include the following:

  • I like who I am because…

  • I’m super at…

  • I feel good about my…

  • My friends think I have an awesome…

  • Somewhere I feel happy is…

  • I mean a lot to…

  • Others reckon I’m a great…

  • I think I’m a pretty good…

  • Something I really enjoy is…

  • I really admire myself for…

  • My future goals are…

  • I know I can achieve them because I’m…

  • I’m naturally gifted at…

  • Others often praise my…

Completing this worksheet will give you an opportunity to list all of the good things about yourself without fear of being overly proud or self-absorbed.

It’s good to be both realistic and positive about yourself, and this is a good way to begin a habit of positive realism.


Love Yourself

What 10 things are you good at?

What 5 things do you love about yourself?

What part of your life are you happy with?

Write three things that you need to forgive yourself for.

Write a list of things you are grateful for.

What 5 things make you happy?

What 3 positive habits do you want to start?

What does my dream life look like?

How do you practice self-care?

How do you show yourself love?

What makes you feel loved and cared for?

What is your favorite physical feature?

What does your perfect day look like?

What is your biggest achievement?

What makes you unique?

What does self-love mean to you?

What memories make you feel loved?

What is in the way of your self-love?

What brings you peace?

What do you see when you look in the mirror?

How do you spend your time alone?

What aspects of yourself do you need to show more love?

What do you wish you could do every day?

Who makes you feel loved and cared for?


Sentence Stems

  • I like who I am because…

  • I’m super at…

  • I feel good about my…

  • My friends think I have an awesome…

  • Somewhere I feel happy is…

  • I mean a lot to…

  • Others reckon I’m a great…

  • I think I’m a pretty good…

  • Something I really enjoy is…

  • I really admire myself for…

  • My future goals are…

  • I know I can achieve them because I’m…

  • I’m naturally gifted at…

  • Others often praise my…


Designing Affirmations Worksheet

Affirmations are a popular way to help combat low self-esteem in both adults and adolescents (Bloch & Merritt, 1993; Lynch & Graham-Bermann, 2000).

This worksheet will guide you through one of the most popular, tactical approaches to designing affirmations. You’ll find instructions on how to create effective affirmations, as well as example goals, affirmations, and tips to help you.

In a nutshell:

  • Affirmations start with the words “I am…”;

  • Affirmations are positive. Never use the word “not” in an affirmation. For example, instead of writing “I am not afraid to express myself,” you could write, “I am confidently sharing my opinion”;

  • Affirmations are short;

  • Affirmations are specific. For example, instead of writing, “I am driving a new car,” you would write, “I am driving a new black Range Rover”;

  • Affirmations are in the present tense and include a word that ends in “-ing”;

  • Affirmations have a “feeling” word in them. Examples include “confidently,” “successfully,” or “gracefully”;

  • Affirmations are about yourself. They should be about your own behavior, never someone else’s.

Once you have read and understood the guidelines, the worksheet provides space for you to write down some affirmations of your own. Refer back to the guidelines as much as you need.

Forgive Yourself.

Let Go

What happened?

Your feelings

People Involved

When you felt triggered

The results

How you think it should have been resolved

Why you find it hard to let go



Some Quick Tips:

Give yourself 20 minutes of alone time to check in with yourself or go for a twenty minute walk. Both will activate the time needed to do some reflection. Look in the mirror and repeat the words. “I Love You.” Believe in yourself.

Think in Smart Goal terms:

Specific- are your goals specific

Measurable- are you able to track the progress of your goals

Attainable- Are your goals realistic?

Relevant- are your goals relevant to what you truly desire in your life or career?

Timebound- do you have a completion date for your goal?


I hope that these prompts and the information provided is useful and creates a oneness for you. When we get to know Ourselves, we get to live our Best Life.


Angela Fritz C.H.t,



Certified Hypnotherapist Reiki Practitioner, Distance Reiki Practitioner, Sound Bath Frequencies (661)904-0043 www.hypnotherapymindandbody.com


hypnotherapymindandbody@gmail.com

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