Monthly Affirmations

March 5, 2008 at 11:46 am 1 comment

This month’s (March) “Having Enough” affirmation:

“The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary
so that the necessary may speak.”
— Hans Hofmann

Stop. Listen. If I cannot hear clearly, I know to unclutter. My home, menu, schedule, closet, mind. What I need to know about my life’s direction, health and relations is there, buried beneath the excess. The process of simplifying brings me great clarity.

Repeat: I eliminate the unnecessary so the necessary may speak.

(By the way, Hans Hofmann was a German abstract expressionist painter and art professor who wrote the book, Search for the Real. I love how his quote refers so aptly to art and life.)

Also, I realize I put last month’s (February) affirmation on my sidebar, but never actually blogged it, so I will repeat it here so it can be cataloged with the others:

“The first health is wealth.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

My health is worth more than any possessions or accolades. If I care for my health, I care for my whole self and my loved ones. If I cherish my health, it continues to give me all I need. If I lose my health, I can set my intentions and actions to recover it. A healthy body, mind and soul are true gifts.

Repeat: I cherish and care for the ultimate wealth of my health.

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Entry filed under: affirmations, Health, Life, Stuff.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Lisa  |  March 13, 2008 at 3:29 am

    Hello~ I just discovered your blog. It’s great! I especially love these quotes. Thank you for sharing them.

    I’m in the process of becoming a life & wellness coach. I’m also on a journey to my authentic self. Blogging has been a great way to meet like-minded souls on similar journeys.

    My blogs are: http://nerdyrenegade.blogspot.com and http://notspending.blogspot.com

    Peace,
    Lisa

    Reply

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