In February 1992 my wife was diagnosed with a brain tumor and subsequently lung cancer. While she was undergoing various treatments, I wrote these positive affirmations for her. I hope you will find them inspiring and helpful.
I am lucky and glad to be alive.
I have a positive outlook on life.
Life is wonderful and worth living.
I live my life with love, happiness and positive expectancy.
I have a strong constitution.
I easily overcome sickness.
I heal quickly and without complications.
I have a great appreciation for life and living.
The support and love I get from my family and friends gives me amazing strength to overcome any problem.
I always appreciate the treatments and medications that help me to get well.
I take an active part in my recuperation.
I gratefully thank all the doctors, nurses and others who make me well.
I thank with gratitude all those concerned for me.
Knowing about cancer has heightened my appreciation of life and myself.
I get better every day.
Each day I am stronger.
My resolve to being well is cast in steel reinforced concrete.
I take excellent care of myself.
I eagerly do whatever needs be done to perfect my healing.
My attitude is focused like a laser beam on getting, being and staying well.
Being aware of stress allows me to maintain a high level of peace and comfort.
I keep my body and mind humming with positive mental pictures.
These positive mental pictures ignite my body’s defense system to cancel and eliminate all diseases.
I cast out, dispel and cancel negative emotions and ideas.
I keep active and mentally alert.
My attitude of confidence and self-assurance prevents diseases from arising.
I know the high road to healing myself is perseverance of attitude.
My appreciation and confidence for medical treatment assures my good health.
I tolerate medical treatment very well and heal quickly.
I believe in myself and my innate ability to overcome.
I produce the most potent medicine: the will and attitude to be healthy.
The deep love and support I get from my friends and family is the icing on my life’s cake.
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