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I listen to the signals my body sends me.

I respect the wisdom of my body. It sends me signals all the time. I am in tune with those signals and respond appropriately.

When I listen to my body, I am happier and healthier.

My body signals to me when it is hungry. Hunger tells me that it is time to eat. If I only eat when I am hungry, I maintain a healthy body weight. My body lets me know when I eat something that is unhealthy for me. It informs me when I eat too much.

My body also informs me when I am thirsty. I drink a healthy beverage when my body lets me know that it is time to drink.

My body tells me I need to rest. When I feel fatigue, I respect my body and rest or sleep.

My wisdom also speaks to me through my body. I can feel doubt, uncertainty, and danger in my body. My body is also where I feel excitement, certainty, and love.

My body is wise, so I listen to what it has to say.

I avoid the urge to override any of the signals my body sends me. I give my body what it requests. I listen to my body and make the best decision I can under the circumstances. 

Today, I respect the signals my body provides to me. I trust the wisdom of my body. I work with my body instead of against it.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. When do I ignore my body signals? What are the consequences when I do this?

2. What are the ways my body communicates with me?

3. If I listened to my body more, what would happen?

I fall asleep quickly and easily.

I look forward to a good night of sleep each and every night. I have a smile on my face when it is time to go to bed. I know that I am going to enjoy a great night of sleep.

While other people might struggle to sleep well, I find the process to be easy and pleasant.

I partake in relaxing, evening rituals that support a good night’s rest. I avoid screens for an hour before bed. I take a warm, relaxing bath. And I ensure that my bedroom is dark and quiet.

I fall asleep in a short time after I close my eyes. Falling asleep is so natural and easy for me. Once I fall asleep, I stay asleep until it is time to get up. I sleep like a baby every night.

I have pleasant dreams. My sleep is peaceful and uninterrupted. I have positive dreams and often find solutions to life’s challenges in my sleep. Everything about my sleeping experience is positive. I sleep better than anyone I know.

I wake up feeling full of energy and refreshed. I look forward to getting up each morning because I have so much energy. I feel great when I first open my eyes.

I know that I am going to have an amazing day after having such a great night of sleep.

Today, I express gratitude for another amazing night of sleep. I look forward to a great night of sleep ahead of me. My energy and mood are through the roof. I fall asleep quickly and easily.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How well do I currently sleep? How would I rate my sleep?

2. What can I do to get a better night of sleep? How can I improve my sleeping environment?

3. What impact would better sleep have on my life?

My mind is clear.


My thoughts are calm and peaceful. I prevent stress from building up. I work out regularly and practice relaxation techniques. I maintain a positive attitude and limit my consumption of caffeine and alcohol.


I slow down. I stick to a realistic schedule and take frequent breaks. I go outside at lunch time and use my vacation days. I act consciously and deliberately.


I take deep breaths. I perform breathing exercises while standing in line at the supermarket or waiting for coffee to brew. Each time I inhale, I think about what I am grateful for. Each time I exhale, I think about letting go of tension.


I meditate daily. Sitting still and observing my mind helps me to become more self-aware and productive.


I spend quiet time alone. I read books and go for walks. I am comfortable in my own company.


I connect with family and friends. I talk though difficult issues. Listening to different perspectives and receiving constructive feedback helps me to sort out my feelings. I find solutions and enjoy social support.


I live mindfully. I pay attention to what is happening here and now. I choose my thoughts and actions instead of reacting impulsively. I develop more compassion for myself and others.


Today, my mind is free from doubts and confusion. I clear away mental clutter and focus on my top priorities.


Self-Reflection Questions:


1. How can I use writing to help me clarify my thoughts?

2. What can I do to strengthen my reasoning skills?

 3. How can I clear my mind before sleep?

I take care of my heart.

I make my health a top priority.

I lose excess weight, especially around my waist, with an active life and a healthy diet.

I take more steps each day. I avoid prolonged sitting. I get up at least once an hour to move around and stretch my muscles. I do aerobic exercises that make my heart pump faster, like running and biking. If I need to protect my joints, I use low impact activities like swimming or rowing.

I consume lots of fiber and fish. I cook with healthy fats. I cut back on salt.

I deal with stress constructively. I talk about my feelings instead of denying or suppressing them. I relax with enjoyable activities and gentle music.

I sleep well. Getting 7 to 8 hours of quality rest reduces inflammation and gives my heart and other organs time to make repairs.

I give up tobacco and avoid second-hand smoke.

I see my doctor for regular checkups and recommended screenings. I share my family history and answer questions truthfully. I watch my blood pressure and cholesterol. I learn about my personal risk factors and symptoms that require immediate care.

I keep up with the latest medical news. I follow research on heart medications and natural remedies.

Today, I make smart choices that help me to lead a long and active life. I keep my heart strong and healthy.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1. Why is it important for me to take care of my heart?

2. How can I include more heart-healthy foods in my diet?

3. How can taking care of my heart help me to save money?

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