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  • Agnes Wohl

My body is a vessel that holds my soul

My body is a vessel that holds my soul. Treat it gently. By Jillian I am my own cheerleader in my life. I ask the recoverer in me to guide my thoughts and actions. I reveal all feelings honestly to my self for me. I am worth more than my job is paying me. Don’t Cry Because It’s Over, Smile Because It Happened.” Keep calm and carry on. I am enough. My attitude grows happier and healthier each day. I feel stronger and better everyday. I enjoy healthy eating because I enjoy living long. I enjoy the day and the opportunities it offers me. I think positively. I decide my future and how to change it. I love my life and the freedom I have to do what I want. Out of adversity cones abundance. I always see the glass as half full. I know I can do it. I believe I can do it. I think of what is possible instead of what isn’t. I have everything I need right now to accomplish everything I want. I am courageous enough to live freely. My life can only flourish if I let it flourish. I am beautiful just as I am. I am in control of the situation I have the freedom to take the best of life in and enjoy all its beauty. Breathing in, breathing out, I return to my own center. I am worthy of joy in my life. My life can flourish if I let it flourish. I am a powerful, successful, confident person who can achieve anything. Beautiful vitality glows within every living cell of my whole body. I choose to focus on the thoughts that promote my happiness I am a good friend , and I deserve good friends. I am feeling vibrant and energetic. I spread warmth and love everywhere I go. I am learning skills and techniques that provide personal empowerment and control over my life experience. I channel the awesome power of the infinite.

I possess an endless supply of creativity, energy and tolerance for any project that I assume.

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