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It is awesome to be self-confident, but some might take it a step too far and become arrogant. In fact, I have seen some people get confused about positive affirmations and used them wrongly.
They seem to think that they have come into some kind of superpower, telling the world they can do anything, but I can assure you that it is not.
Practicing positive affirmations is a way to help correct negative thinking, but not make you become delusional. When writing affirmations, one does not write down unachievable or unrealistic goals. That’s the difference.
In this post, I wish to share some of my favorite affirmations for humility to remind ourselves who we are and not let our ego ruin everything.
Why should we be humble?
Humility is the ability to recognize your own limitations, and therefore the ability to recognize that you are not perfect.
This is important because when we think we’re perfect, we don’t improve; we just keep on doing things the way they’ve always been done.
If you want to do something new, or better than what was done before, then humility is key.
And when you look at some of the most successful people in history—the ones who have changed our world for the better—you’ll notice that they were all incredibly humble about their achievements.
They didn’t take credit for every little thing they did; instead, they recognized that it was their team’s hard work that made everything possible.
By being humble, they were able to achieve more than they ever could have alone—and that’s what makes humility so valuable!
How to be humble?
Humility is a virtue that many of us are working hard to develop.
When we’re humble, we’re able to listen and learn from those around us.
We don’t have to be the smartest person in the room or have all the answers.
Instead, we can appreciate that there are people around us who may know more than us about certain things and we can use them as resources to help us grow and develop as individuals.
Being humble means knowing your strengths and weaknesses as well as accepting them for what they are—and being okay with it.
For example, if you’re really good at speaking in front of crowds but not so hot at math or science, then you should work on improving those areas rather than trying to pretend like you’re great at everything all of the time!
Here are some ways you can practice humility:
- Listen to others, even when they say things that hurt your feelings or beliefs. Humility requires you to accept the truth regardless of how hard it may be for you to digest.
- Be grateful for what you have and don’t be envious of others who have more than you do (whether material or not). You will feel happier when you stop comparing yourself to other people and focus on what makes YOU unique instead!
- Be generous with your time and resources—help those who are less fortunate than yourself! This will make YOU feel good about yourself as well as give back to society as a whole!
- Be humble when receiving praise or compliments; don’t let them go straight into your head and make you feel like a big shot! Instead, thank people for their kind words instead of telling them “it’s nothing” or something similar.
- Practicing kindness towards others every day. It doesn’t take much effort at all—just try saying “please” or “thank you” whenever possible; smile when someone says hello; offer help when someone looks like they could use some assistance in carrying groceries out of their car
List of Affirmations For Humility
Affirmations to be humble
Affirmations to practice humility
- Life would be lonely and boring if I were able to do everything without needing the help of anyone.
- I am just a small piece of the puzzle.
- I often put other people’s needs ahead of mine.
- I am part of a greater community with gifted people in a variety of areas.
- I will help others in need anytime I can.
- I can laugh at myself.
- I am an awesome person.
- I feel good about myself without needing to brag.
- Feeling good about myself is normal.
- I am beginning to feel more confident about myself.
- I am good enough the way I am.
- I have a healthy level of self-esteem.
- I will develop a good level of humility.
- I listen to others and learn from them.
- I will be confident without needing to brag.
- I am humble and continue to learn every day.
- I am a great listener.
- I am naturally confident.
- I will conquer pride with humility.
- I give freely without expecting a reward.
- I am in control of my ego.
- I am transforming into someone with healthy self-esteem.
- I am not prideful and I am not arrogant.
- I admit when I don’t know something and ask for help when I need it.
- I can be simultaneously humble and confident.
- I praise other people easily.
- When I am humble, I am reminded of who I am.
- My humility is a conscious and great part of my pleasing personality.
- May I remain humble and not full of pride.
- Every day I gain more control over my ego
- I love and accept myself unconditionally.
- I am not a know-it-all.
- I will smile more often and give thanks for what I have.
- I am humble.
- I will humbly accept the word God has planted in my heart.
- I am comfortable in my own skin.
- I admit when I am wrong.
- I am still a success even if I occasionally seek the assistance of others.
- My ego is under my control.
- I am humble in my dealings with others.
- Others will notice that I am naturally comfortable with who I am.
- I can feel good about myself without boasting.
- Expressing my natural self-confidence is becoming easier.
- My ego is healthy and natural.
- I have lots of room for improvement.
- I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this world.
- I accept myself for who I am.
- I value being humble.
- I know that to learn who one is, one must learn humility.
- I will control my ego.
- I am humble enough to seek help when I need it.
- I accept my strengths and my limitations.
- I will learn to listen before sharing my opinion.
- I ask for help when I need it.
- I am humbled and excited about myself and my life all at once.
- My self-esteem is at a healthy level.
- I take constructive criticism well.
- I am meek and humble.
- I do not know it all.
- I am a student, always learning new things about myself and others.
- I am grateful for everything I have.
- Others look up to me as a confident yet humble leader.
- I am not an expert at everything.
- Whatever is of greatest benefit to others, may this be.
- Ego control is easy for me.
- I will develop true self-respect.
- I have a healthy level of self-confidence.
- I am curious.
- He who speaks without modesty will find it difficult to make his words good.