Affirmations for Inner Peace and Calmness

Inner Peace Affirmations

There is no need to extol the importance of inner peace. It is well-known that it is of great importance in everyone’s life.

Everyone, now and then, finds himself in a situation that requires inner peace. These are the times when the emotions rise up, when there are anxieties, worries, uncertainties or conflicts.

There are various ways to get inner peace. In this post, I would like to focus on using affirmations to get inner peace.

Affirmations are positive statements that are repeated often, and in this way, affect the conscious and the subconscious mind, triggering them to action, in accordance with the wording of the affirmation.

Affirmations can help, to a certain extent, to pacify the mind, at least temporarily, when you need inner peace. They are also helpful to keep the mind quiet when sitting to meditate.

One of the main aims of meditation is to calm the restlessness of the mind. As you continue meditating, gradually, inner peace becomes a frequent visitor.

The matter is that to start meditating, you need to be able to quiet your mind, at least just a little. Affirmations could be helpful in this situation.

Below, you will find a few affirmations for inner peace. Repeat one or more, for a few minutes, when you catch yourself worrying or feeling anxiety.

You can also repeat them in bed, if you cannot fall asleep. Also, try using them when you sit down to meditate, to make your mind quiet.

Repeat the affirmations, with attention and earnestness, believing what you are saying and expecting these words to work.

Inner Peace Affirmations

All worries and anxieties are leaving my mind, making space for calmness and peace.

Every breath I take fills me with peace.

All unnecessary thoughts are leaving my mind now, letting me experience inner peace.

All worries and anxieties are leaving me, and are replaced by calmness, peace and confidence.

I am calm and relaxed in every situation.

I decide what thoughts to think, and which thoughts to reject.

My mind is becoming peaceful, allowing deep and healthy sleep to come.

All thoughts are leaving my mind, and I am falling into a sound and healthy sleep.

When I meditate, my mind becomes free from thoughts.

My mind is at peace when I meditate.

Thoughts stop outside my mind during meditation.

I am at peace with myself and with the world.

I am relaxed and full of energy and inner strength under all circumstances.

I can quiet my mind and my thoughts whenever I want.

I can relax my mind and my body in every situation.

I handle every situation and every event with calmness and self-control.

Please note that these affirmations are helpful to reduce worries and anxieties and to calm the mind, but for a permanent state of inner peace, meditation is a must.

To learn more about affirmations, read:
The Power of Affirmations
Affirmations – Words with Power

About the Author

Remez Sasson

writes and teaches, through his articles and books, about inner growth and awakening, peace of mind, and developing one's inner powers. He is the founder of, a website about meditation, inner peace and spirituality.

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