It is difficult to deal with a devastating loss, but you can heal your soul and find happiness again. Shifting your focus to more positive thoughts can help, even when it seems impossible.
Once you start using positive phrases to heal your soul, it will be a little easier. Each time you say one of these positive affirmations out loud, you will notice more relief. They will help you get through the day and help heal your soul in the long run.
20 positive phrases to heal your soul after a devastating loss
You will want to say some of the positive phrases each morning before starting your day. You can talk to others throughout the day, as long as you find that you need some positivity. Whichever time you decide to go for it, find the positive phrases that work best for you.
When you experience a devastating loss, your life will change somehow. Even so, everything will work out and you will find peace again. While life may never be the same again, it can still make you happy and joyous.
2. I can get over this and anything else that happens.
Loss is hard, but you can get over it. Even on your worst days you are strong enough to get ahead and move on. Remember that for the future too, so that you can live in the present and work to heal your soul.
3. I choose to heal and move on.
Telling yourself that you choose to heal will help you take a step in that direction. It will help you move forward and move on with your life, despite the loss you have experienced. Sometimes you need your own permission and acknowledgment to do so.
4. Today I am going to focus on my blessings.
When you think about your pain, your blessings are probably not on your mind. Use this affirmation to remind yourself to count your blessings even in difficult times. It will help you see the good that is left in your life and give you comfort as you recover.
5. It is okay to heal and feel happy again.
Sometimes you may feel guilty about being happy or moving on after a loss. Even if you know that the person you lost wants you to be happy, guilt may still hold you back. Use this affirmation to convince yourself that it is okay to heal and be happy because you deserve it.
6. I am taking my time, but I am healing.
You have to give yourself time to recover, and rushing the process won’t help. If you find that you are frustrated with the speed of your healing process, repeat this statement out loud. Even if it is taking longer than you want it to, you are recovering.
By using this affirmation, you will allow yourself to go through the natural grieving process. You must follow every step if you really want to heal. Give yourself grace and compassion as you go through it, and you may notice that it starts to go a little faster.
7. Today I will feel better than yesterday.
Each day you are one step closer to fully healing your soul. You can make the decision every day to feel a little better than the day before. Deciding to feel better will help you heal faster and move forward in life in a positive way.
Repeating it every morning is the best option, but you can repeat it anytime you need it throughout the day. It will help you notice the things that seem better every day, and you will notice that your pain relieves.
8. I am not alone, even though I seem to be.
When you are grieving, it is normal for you to feel lonely. Remember that you are never alone, even if it seems like you are. There is always someone you can turn to and there are other people who are also experiencing loss.
If you have no one in your life to turn to, there are other options. You can find a grief support group or talk to a therapist.
9. I will take care of myself.
Taking care of yourself is essential to heal your soul. Even on days when you don’t want to do anything, you have to get out of bed and do something positive. Take time to pamper yourself, take a long bath, or whatever else helps you relax and let go.
However, taking care of yourself is not just about taking care of yourself, although that is an important part. You also need to make sure you eat right, drink plenty of water, and get enough rest to get through the day.
10. I am focusing on connecting with those I am spending time with today.
Focus on the people who are in your life today. If you do this, you will notice that you feel better. Even if the pain comes back later, it will have healed a bit as you spend time bonding and creating memories. If you do this often enough, the grieving process will be easier and the pain will ease.
Sometimes you won’t feel as strong as you really are. Remember that you are strong saying this positive phrase every day. You can handle anything that comes your way, and because of it you become even stronger.
12. I trust that everything will work out.
Life seems to work, even when bad things happen. Trust that everything will work out and you will experience more peace as you heal your soul.
13. I heal a little more every day.
Sometimes you may not realize how much you are healing. The pain is still there, and you are still grieving, so you think you are not healing. Yet you are healing every day.
By repeating this statement, you will look for signs of healing. When you do that, you will start to feel better realizing that you are really healing. With that, it will only heal more quickly and completely.
14. The sadness I feel is helping me heal.
Feeling sad after a devastating loss is normal and completely expected. It is helping you process what you are going through, which leads to healing. Embrace your emotions and let them help you heal your soul.
15. I will be happy again.
After a loss, you may think that you will never be happy again. Life changes, sometimes unexpectedly, and you lose people, relationships, or things you love. However, you will be happy again, and telling yourself this will help you embrace hope for the future.
If you can find hope and remember that you can be happy again and will be happy again, your soul will begin to heal. This positive phrase will help you look for good things in life and will help you get through each day.
16. I am kind to myself by accepting my sadness.
When trying to heal your soul, you must be kind to yourself. Your emotions are real and valid, and allowing yourself to experience them will help you overcome them. Please don’t try too hard because it is all part of the healing process.
17. I appreciate the memories I have.
Whatever happens, your memories cannot be taken away. You still have all the happy moments and love you felt, and you can cherish those memories forever. While it is not the same, it can help you remember that the memories are yours to keep.
18. I am letting go of negativity.
Experiencing a loss can cause a variety of emotions, including anger, anxiety, depression, sadness, pain and many others. While you must allow yourself to feel these things, you must also choose when to let them go. When the time is right, use this phrase to let go of negativity and replace it with positivity.
19. I will live in the present instead of reliving the past.
The grieving process doesn’t have a time frame, but you can’t think about the past endlessly. Try to live in the present whenever you can and your soul can heal.
Repeat this affirmation every day and you will notice that your mind is not distracted by pain as often as before. You can also repeat the affirmation when you are in an exciting or happy moment and you notice that the pain creeps up. There will be times when thinking about the past is good, but don’t let it overwhelm you all the time.
20. Today I will look for moments of love, joy, peace and gratitude.
Repeat this affirmation every morning and it will make a big difference in your life. You will be more in tune with the beauty that surrounds you and you will be happier thanks to it. Before you know it, your soul will be healed and your sense of well-being will return.
Experiencing a loss is a devastating part of life, but you can get over it. You will heal and be happy again as you learn to live with the changes that have occurred.
Use these positive affirmations every day to help you heal your soul. As you speak the words, you help yourself move forward in life.