The Law of Attraction
The law of attraction or the power of manifestation is a simple process; all you have to do is write down your intentions and repeat them every day for as long as you can. This is only one way to perform the law of attraction and also this is an optional task; you are not obligated to complete it. Just do what you think is correct for you and don’t give up or stop doing what you’re doing; just take one step at a time and you’ll arrive at your target. Believe me, you will reach your destination no matter what the situation is, never doubt yourself.
Consider your objectives, goals, or ambitions while visualizing and meditating on them. Visualization and meditating will aid you in expressing your desires and aspirations quickly. Also, keep in mind that you must believe in what you’re asking for. Remember that as hard work is necessary for success, belief is important for manifestation.
Tell the universe everything you want, and trust me when I say you’ll receive it all. It is better to tell the universe everything rather than telling it to the people around you. The Law of Attraction was designed to work in your favor; it has always existed and will continue to do so in the future. It has no specific end date and will continue to exist in this lovely world indefinitely. All you have to do is think about what you want and just ask the universe for it. Always remember that your intentions should be forward-thinking and never be backward-thinking.
Many people throughout the globe are addicted to alcohol. Addiction to alcohol in a way destroys one’s life because when someone falls in love with alcohol, they ultimately start getting distanced from their family, friends, and relatives. Too much alcohol also harms one’s health, be it physical or mental. In the life of every alcohol, the addict comes a moment when they realize that it is high time to give up alcohol because they realize that consumption of alcohol has started consuming their life. But the prominent question is how can one finally overcome such an addiction. There are many remedies available for this addiction but in most of these remedies you need help from someone else, but I have a solution that only requires your effort and nothing else. The solution is nothing but accurately using affirmations.
List of Affirmations
Below mentioned is a list of affirmations that you can use to finally overcome your alcohol addiction. You can go through these affirmations one by one and choose the ones that suit you the best.
1. My confidence and self-esteem grow as I strengthen my body. The growth in all these aspects is helping me get away with my alcohol addiction. I thank the universe for all these things and I know that the universe will always provide me help no matter what the situation is.
2. Each time I say no to alcohol, my body and mind become stronger and I am grateful for it.
3. My intellect is sharper than ever, and I am more effective at everything I do now. All this is happening because now I am free of alcohol and chemicals. My life has no space for any kind of drugs because all the space has been occupied by healthy things.
4. When I drink alcohol a lot less, I adore losing weight. Alcohol is one of the prominent reasons for weight gain but I know now I will not gain weight because I have completely left alcohol.
5. Being alcohol-free has had a positive difference in every aspect of my life and I am so grateful for it.
6. Everything is fine, and I am protected and secure. All this could happen only because I decided to do away with my alcohol addiction.
7. I’m not going to consume any alcohol today as I have taken a break from drinking alcohol. I pray to the universe to guide me on the right path whenever I seem to get lost.
8. I enjoy not being a drinker. Every aspect of my existence has improved and my family has just started loving me more and more.
9. I appreciate being alcohol-free, and I’m becoming better at accepting myself as a non-drinker! Being a non-drinker has also brought me close to my friends and family.
10. Reduced alcohol use has had a good impact on all aspects of my life. I have started becoming a better version of myself.
11. I’m very proud of how hard I’ve worked to cut down on my alcohol use. I am completely incredible. I am grateful for doing this and I would also like to thank the universe for helping me on every step of my life.
12. Now that I’ve given up booze, my actual happy, fun, and loving self has emerged. I have developed a good relationship with my children and I am grateful for it.
13. My universe is complete and perfect because now my universe is not alcohol but it is my children.
14. Reduced alcohol use has had a good impact on all aspects of my life because all aspects ranging from health to economy to development have grown multifold.
15. Now I’m at ease with myself because I know I have mastered the skill of not drinking too much.
16. I’m grateful and overjoyed that I was able to overcome my addiction. I am grateful to the universe for helping me achieve this in my life.
17. I am grateful because I know I can talk to myself confidently and positively about not drinking, and it’s easy for me to stay alcohol-free!
18. I am grateful because I know that my actual positive, fun, and loving self is emerging now that my mind is clear and free. I genuinely WANT to stop drinking, and I am so glad and grateful that I am determined to do so.
19. My life is entirely under my control and I am so grateful for it.
20. I’ve earned the right to remain sober and I am trying my best to be that.
21. I forgive myself for my actions when inebriated and today I promise myself not to get inebriated ever.
22. There are no drugs in my life because I have promised myself to give up on all kinds of alcohol addiction.
23. I can find delight by looking within myself and I am grateful for it.
24. Temptation has no power over me. No way I am going to start drinking again.
25. I am pleased with myself and I thank the universe for showing me the right path.
26. I am in command and nothing can stop me from achieving my goals.
27. My soul and my loved ones are sacred to lose me and because of this, I have decided to give up on alcohol.
28. I’m growing better every day, in every aspect and I am grateful to the universe for giving me such a life.
29. I am capable of doing everything, and I also intend to do everything.
30. I’m going to be a better version of myself with each passing day.
31. I am deserving of greatness and I will receive it.
32. I like the person I’m turning into.
33. I’m adored.
34. My choices are under my power.
35. My impulses are under my control.
36. I’ve decided to stop drinking right now.
37. I’m quite motivated to quit drinking.
38. I am no longer in need of alcohol.
39. I’ve decided that drinking alcohol is no longer beneficial to me.
40. I am not a fan of consuming alcoholic beverages.
41. I can find other ways to enjoy life.
42. I was able to overcome my alcoholism.
43. My alcoholism is no longer a problem for me.
44. One day at a time, I’m overcoming my addiction.
45. Every day, I am growing soberer.
46. I’m confident that I’ll be able to stop drinking.
47. I’m excited to begin a new chapter in my life with no overarching power by alcoholism.
48. I will mend my interpersonal interactions.
49. I am grateful because I know I am committed to self-care and self-love.
50. I am deserving of good health and I know I will achieve it no matter what the situation is.
51. I can overcome my addiction. I would like to thank my family, friends, relatives, and also the universe for helping me achieve this.
52. People who care about me are all around me and they are helping me to overcome my addiction to alcohol.
53. My life is under the control of the universe. The universe has always helped me achieve my goals and I know that the universe will continue to do so even in the coming days.
54. My reality is something I construct. One day at a time, that’s what I’m going to do.
55. I accept full responsibility for my decisions and I am grateful for always making decisions that are beneficial for me.
56. I’m brave and disciplined.
57. I have the determination to stop drinking.
58. I’m adamant about quitting drinking.
59. I love and forgive myself.
60. During my recuperation, I am kind to myself.
61. I am serious about my obligations.
62. I accept full responsibility for my actions.
63. Nothing will be able to dominate me.
64. My physique is something I cherish and appreciate.
65. I decide to live.
66. I am quite conscientious about my hygiene.
67. My health is the most important thing to me.
68. I like to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
69. Every day, I improve my health.
70. I’m adjusting to a new, healthier way of life.
71. Healthy habits are something I enjoy.
72. I let rid of everything that isn’t beneficial to me.
73. My alcoholism is no longer a problem for me because my love for it has just diminished with each passing day.
74. I am content with myself because I have just started loving myself to the best.
75. I am grateful because I know that I’m taking control of my destiny.
76. I’m taking good care of myself and I am grateful for it.
77. People in my life care about me and my habits. They are helping me achieve all the goals of my life.
78. To be happy and at peace with myself, I don’t need alcohol. I have understood this and I am so grateful for it now.
79. Anything that comes my way is no problem for me because I know that the universe will help me overcome any and every obstacle.
80. I’m able to maintain my composure and I am grateful for it.
81. I’m surrounded by folks who believe in me and I am grateful for it.
82. To me, abstaining from alcohol is no big task and I would like to thank the universe for the same.
83. I am deserving of all that life has to give.
84. I am grateful because I know that people see me be a pleasant, joyful, and healthy person.
85. With every passing day, my life improves.
86. I am deserving of a life free of alcoholism.
87. My life is full of joy and tranquility.
88. My interpersonal relationships are improving.
89. People think of me as someone who has triumphed over alcoholism.
90. My body and spirit are both improving.
91. The fact that I am no longer addicted to alcohol has made a huge difference in my life.
92. I’m getting rid of my booze addiction.
93. With each passing day, I am becoming soberer and soberer.
94. I’m going to take charge of my life.
95. For everything I’ve done, I’ll forgive myself but I will also make sure that I do not repeat the same mistake again and again.
96. I’m ready to embark on a new journey, one free of booze and full of love, joy, and excitement.
97. Every day, I learn to value and appreciate myself more. This is helping me to develop myself to my best and I am grateful for it.
98. I’m developing into a strong individual with good habits and I have finally given up my addiction to alcohol.
99. I’m going to take charge of my life and no matter what the situation is I will always come out stronger.
100. I’m developing into a pleasant and tranquil person and I am grateful for it. I’ll be spending my time with folks who are upbeat and encouraging because only when I change my circle will I be able to change myself completely.