I am proud of my body.
I have a positive relationship with my body – therefore I can live in my physical self with joy. I am thankful for all the many things I can accomplish in the physical world each day. I am proud of my body and all that it does for me.
My eyes allow me to read a novel, textbook, or favorite magazine. My fingers help me button my clothes, pick up a pencil to write, or find what I am looking for in a desk drawer. My voice conveys my thoughts and intentions to the world, and my ears hear what is said in return. And my brain powers all of this.
What a marvelous machine my body is!
I am always able to love my body. My weight may fluctuate. My memories may come and go. Wrinkles may form on my skin as a natural product of aging. But my body has served me all the days of my life and it continues to do so today. For this, I am grateful, and proud of my body.
When I have a heavy package to lift, my body is there for me. If I cannot pick up the item by myself, my brain helps me find assistance. And if I try anyway, and feel pain, I feel grateful and proud of my body for letting me know when enough is enough!
Today, I am thankful for all my body does for me.
I feel confident in the physical world, and, although my abilities may change over time, my body always lets me know what it can and cannot do. I am proud of my body every single day.
- What are some things I do well physically each day?
- How does my body let me know when it has had enough?
- How can I continue to increase my pride in my body?