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  • Writer's pictureMelissa Weeks

20 mantras to elevate your mind.

Are you a sucker for a good motivational quote? #same.

As much as I love to write, when I'm faced with a challenge it can be hard to find the words to articulate my feelings. I recently started a morning meditation and have found mantras to be an amazing way for me to connect with myself and set intentions for the day.

I've created a list of declarations that ignite my soul and reflect the mama and person I want to be.

Here are a list of my personal mantras / intentions that help ground me in parenthood, partnership and my profession:

I speak from the heart to nurture honest, joyful relationships.

I listen without judgement, and seek to understand.

I acknowledge and challenge bias in myself and my community.

I offer praise in moments big and small.

I lead by example, empowering others and bringing them along.

I create collaboratively, because creativity loves to be shared.

I prioritize with purpose, and release what no longer serves me.

I am open, ready and willing to give and receive love.

I am happy in my body, it is strong and beautiful.

I have everything I need to live abundantly.

I pause and reflect so that I can nurture my inner peace.

I give voice to my dreams, and celebrate those of others.

I acknowledge effort, and inspire persistence.

I look for the lesson in hardship, and grow from challenges.

I seek progress over perfection.

I am the architect of my life.

I am courageous and I stand up for myself and others.

I am grateful for the present moment.

I am exactly where I am meant to be.

I am the best mama for my family.

Do you have a personal mantra that you incorporate into your daily routines or mindfulness practice?

Quick plug: If you're looking for some guidance, I recommend checking out the stoic app. It's a great resource for guiding a mindfulness practice and offers some ideas on affirmations and journaling prompts.

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