10 Anti-Anxiety Mantras To Get You Through Today

by | Jan 29, 2019 | Anxiety | 0 comments

Everyone gets anxious now and then. And an anti-anxiety mantra could be just what you need to get you through today. 

I use mantras myself, and my favorite it listed below. Inhale, Exhale – it’s even the lock screen on my phone. I know how helpful a simple phrase can be to aid in anxiety relief.  

So what is a mantra anyhow?

A mantra is word, sound or phrase repeated, often during meditation, to aid in concentration. It can be as short or as long as you like. It’s the meaning it has for you that matters most.

 

10 anti-anxiety mantras to get you through today.

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No matter where you fall on the anxiety spectrum, a little self talk never hurt anyone! Here are 10 powerful mantras to get you through you day.

Inhale. Exhale.

Powerfully simple. And my personal favorite. A great reminder to slow down and breathe.

This too shall pass.

Because you know what – even the most terrifying panic attack will pass. I promise, because I know. It will pass.

Inhale confidence. Exhale doubt.

It’s easy to lose confidence when you feel as if you’re spiraling out of control. Visualize that doubt leaving as you exhale. Inhale new self confidence. 

I am strong. I am brave.

Because you ARE strong. Dealing with anxiety requires an incredible amount of strength and bravery. 

I have managed this before. I can manage it again.

Yes, yes you did. And yes you can!

Good enough is ok for now.

Perfection isn’t necessary. 

Just because I think it, does’t make it true.

The mind is powerful, don’t let your thoughts confuse you.

I choose calm.

Choose to be calm.

I am enough.

You are more than enough.

I control this.

You can let this spiral out of control, or you can take control.

 

Repeat any of these as often as you need, whenever you need. Not only during times of stress and anxiety, but also during calm and meditative times.

If you want to incorporate deep breathing, check out my post here –> How to Use Your Breath for Powerful Anxiety Relief.

Remember always, just breathe!

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