Money mantras help you combat negative money narratives like guilt, shame, or low self-worth. Over time, money mantras can improve your relationship with money and change your behavior accordingly.
Are money mantras a real thing?
They are. But they’re not magic,
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For example, if your “money narrative” is:
“I feel guilty for wanting to make money.”
You’ll naturally change your behavior to fit this narrative.
An affirmation in this case might be:
“I use money for good things. It’s okay to want to make money to support myself and my family.”
By doing this, your identity shifts over time and creats a real impact on your choices and outcomes.
- I am done playing small with money. I aim to do big things.
- In five years, my financial situation will be unrecognizable.
- My judgment around money is solid.
- When opportunities arise to make money, I notice.
- I am intelligent with my money.
- Managing my money well makes me happy.
- I’m wise with the ways I make, spend, and invest my money.
- Money naturally comes my way.
- I am worth making more money.
- When receiving money, I feel gratitude rather than resistance.
- Money has positive associations for me.
- I allow myself to spend freely on the things I love.
- I allow myself to be generous with my money.
- I believe I can have it both ways: do what I love and be well-compensated for it.
- Money is a positive influence on my life.
- I am already on the road to financial success.
- The happier I am, the more money I make.
- Money helps me do things that matter to me.
- I am worthy of being financially stable.
- Financial freedom is my destiny.
- Losses and money mistakes are necessary along the road to building wealth.
- Money is a good thing. It creates a positive impact in my life.
- It’s possible to do something I believe in and make money.
- Getting rich is not a bad thing.
- Each day, I’m more and more confident in my money instincts.
- When I follow my joy, I make more money.
- The financial goals I have today will look small in the future.
- Money expands what’s possible in my life.
- When I think of money, I feel abundance, not lack.
- I trust that I will have the money I need to live the life I want.
- I release myself from tension around money.
- Money doesn’t have a hold over me.
- When I take my credit card out, I spend happily and gratefully.
- I know how to make money work for me.
- The pursuit of profit can also do good.
- I choose to remove limiting beliefs about how much income I deserve.
- Abundance is all around me.
- Everything I’ve learned has prepared me for the next step in my wealth journey.
- My savings account will always be a sufficient safety net for me.
- My level of income in the future will be unrecognizable.
- Every skill I need to make money is inside me.
- The amount of money I can make is limitless.
- There is no reason I cannot be, or shouldn’t be, wealthy.
- It is not selfish to want to be financially stable.
- Wealth allows me to live a life I love.
- The things I love can become profitable for me.
- I’m skilled at building multiple streams of income.
Affirmations for Financial Freedom (Printable PDF)
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