AFFIRMATION: I am not alone, God is with me

If you feel alone at times but believe in a higher power, this affirmation is for you. Believe that you are not alone and that GOD is with you at all times.  

Ask yourself am I starting my day with the right positive attitude? If not you can change your outlook by thinking positive thoughts, by reading something positive & by repeating this affirmation any time you feel that you need strength. As soon as a negative thought comes to mind, like you are lonely and bothers you – pause breathe and replace with a positive thought. 

“Ang Sang Waheguru” means that God the infinite is with me and in every part of me. 
From Gurmukhi, Ang is ‘a part’. Sang is ‘in every,’ or ‘with every’. Wahe is ‘the Infinite Being’. Guru is ‘the teacher”. 

AFFIRM IT if you agree, and REPEAT this affirmation daily, during the day, that I am not alone and God with me!

Combine with quote by Lou Holtz, “I can’t believe that God put us on this earth to be ordinary.”

Here are few video’s with the Mantra “Ang Sang Waheguru” : 

 

I am not alone, GOD is with me!

AFFIRMATION

 


We all have limiting beliefs that prevent us from doing more than we think we can. 

We all go through tough times in our lives and often due to things that have happened in past, feel we are not capable, worthy or we can’t. 

We strongly believe that repeating an affirmation can change the way we think of our self and of others. And if that thought happens to be a positive one, then it can do wonders for those who read it and apply it. 

Studies shows that Positive Affirmations are a powerful way to improve our mindset on a daily basis. How we start our mornings, sets our entire day. We must start our day with gratitude, love and care of each other.  

We hope to help you rewrite your day into a positive one with a Daily Affirmation. 

AFFIRM IT if you agree, and REPEAT this affirmation daily, during the day, every day that “I am not alone, GOD is with me!”

Affirmation:  I am not alone, God is with me.

Consider Mindfulness meditation as a way to help calm down and reflect on the message.

You can read all of Affirmations and our Top 50 positive encouraging-Quotes

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