I manifest my inner spiritual warrior.

The word manifest means to display or show a specific quality or feeling by one’s acts or appearance – in the complicated, crazy and sometimes crazy-making world we live in, we need to display the qualities of a spiritual warrior.

A man standing triumphant on a beach in New Romney while looking out into the waterSet the clear pattern – encourage the warrior within to come to the forefront and display the strength and perseverance synonymous with warriors. Affirm the qualities that you want to display, and then give them room to manifest. Try saying these lines out loud:

There is a strong warrior inside me. This warrior inside helps me overcome serious obstacles and destroys my enemies. My spirit takes on every challenge with glee because I know I am stronger than any challenge I face.

How do you see difficult situations? Do you bemoan your circumstances grayscale photo of a chess setand fold under pressure, or are you more likely to see the difficult situation as a battle that must be won and that you’re willing to fight for?

Affirm, aloud, what you are striving for and what you believe:

My inner spiritual warrior fights for my prosperous and productive future. I have the ability to shape my actions, my efforts, my thoughts and my emotions, and mold them into my dream.

I use mindfulness to keep my inner warrior strong – paying attention to my life and focusing on my goals. I notice the little things that can lead to big challenges for my spirit if I let them. I prepare ahead of time to do battle with them and achieve the victory that will keep me moving forward.

woman wearing black dress beside body of waterEvery opportunity you encounter is a way to grow your spirit and your commitment, and each battle tests your inner warrior. As with consistent exercise and effort, your spirit grows stronger with each test. Try to see difficult people and circumstances not as insurmountable roadblocks, but instead as tests for your warrior’s soul that you have the strength to overcome, or the wisdom to go around.

I use my suffering to learn lessons that may help others. I use my inner spiritual warrior to uplift those who are ready to accept my help.

I cultivate positivity for my inner spiritual warrior, even as I recognize negativity exists.

I acknowledge the dark and the light sides, so my warrior spirit is able to handle both. I allow my feelings to flow freely without hurting my spirit. I know that recognizing my emotions is part of the plan.

Today, commit to manifesting and celebrating your inner spiritual warrior!

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. How can I keep my inner spiritual warrior strong?
  2. How can I prevent suffering and pain from wearing out my inner warrior?
  3. What can I do to cultivate spiritual warriors in my circle (children, friends, family)?
About the Author Dianne Daniels

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, and currently residing in Norwich, Connecticut, Dianne M. Daniels' mission is to empower women 50+ to Amplify their Self-Confidence, Deepen their Self-Knowledge, Inspire Creativity, and Glide into the next phase of their lives with the Power of Journaling, Affirmations, and Assessments.

You can learn how to use these time-tested proven practices to create and manifest the life you want (and deserve) to live.

Dianne is an ordained Unitarian Universalist Minister and holds a Master of Divinity degree from Starr King School for the Ministry. She's an avid reader, a lover of old houses (she renovated an 1850s vintage Greek Revival home with her family) and has been journaling since the age of 9.

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