Positive affirmations for black women are a way through to give yourself light amidst the thickest darkness. Take a step forward to love yourself and others with these affirmations.
As a black woman, you should appreciate yourself more- you can’t just focus on my soul, but the body that houses it and the flesh that gives it essence.
I need to see my own beauty and to continue to be reminded that I am enough, that I am worthy of love without effort, that I am beautiful, that the texture of my hair and that the shape of my curves, the size of my lips, the color of my skin, and the feelings that I have are all worthy and okay. – Tracee Ellis Ross
Herein are 90 positive affirmations for black women to start with.
One of the lessons that I grew up with was to always stay true to yourself and never let what somebody else says distract you from your goals.- Michelle Obama
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I feel comfortable in my skin. I have a positive body image. I am in charge of how I feel, and today I am choosing happiness. I am a goddess. I take action on my goals now so I can have the lifestyle I want. I am a beautiful black woman. I believe in me. I won’t compare my behind-the-scenes to someone else’s highlight reel. I inhale confidence and exhale doubt. I’m proud of my culture, upbringing, and experiences; they made me who I am. I am respectful of others. I trust my intuition and listen to my inner voice. I am a force of nature. I choose to live a rich and full life. I have everything I need to create my opportunities. I stand for what is right. I am a positive influence and surround myself with like people. My hair is the source of so much beauty and power. You are beautiful from the twists in your hair, melanin in your skin. I bring out the best in others. I know it can get tough out there, but I know I’m designed for greatness – Danai Gurira. I am committed to my success. I am free to let go of anything that no longer serves me. I am comfortable allowing my light to shine in all situations. I am valuable. I am attracted to useful energy, and it excites me. Someone else’s success empowers me to keep growing. I know that I was on the earth for a purpose. I choose to honor that purpose today & inspire others to walk their path. I bring something unique to the table by simply being me. Attracting more success comes quickly and effortlessly to me. I am perfect just the way I am. I know that my approval is the only kind that matters. I accept my imperfections with love. I am a strong black woman that deserves all the right things coming my way. I have grown so much. I refuse to allow others to hold me back from doing what I want to do. I embrace my BEST self today. I have more than enough value to offer the world. Instead of judging others, I judge myself on whether I’m the best I can be. I embrace my full potential, even if it makes others uncomfortable. I know I am no better than anyone else. The timing will never be perfect. I am ready now. I accept me as I am and release the need for approval. I am God’s masterpiece. I am the President of my life. I refuse to allow anyone else to play that role. I make self-care a priority because it’s essential for self-love. I release the need to prove my worth. I will not waste even one precious second in anger, hate, or jealousy. I choose to let go of the OLD so that I can finally start making progress with the NEW path I want to take in my life. I am more than capable of leading projects. I seek to understand the thoughts of others without judgment. I am grateful for the many blessings in my life. I am free to evolve and release anything that takes away from my growth. I am an asset to my community. I was built this way for a reason, so I’m going to use it (Simon Biles). I embrace other women of color with open arms. I release the need for judgment and to be judged. I embrace the greatness within me. Even if it makes others uncomfortable, I will love who I am. – Janelle Monáe I will not let society dictate who I am. My body is in the best shape/size it needs to be at this moment. The things that make me different are the things that make me ME – (A. A. Milne). I spread light to those around me. I’m building a supportive network that encourages and motivates me. My skin is a gorgeous shade of brown. I am happy with my progress and will keep moving forward. I’m proud of my culture, upbringing, and experiences; they made me who I am. I am more beautiful than I will ever know. I don’t need to be the loudest voice in the room to have an impact. I am thankful for my family. I keep calm and maintain my peace of mind in challenging situations. My body is valuable and powerful. My mistakes do not define me or dictate my future success. I welcome positive vibes into my life. I allow myself to say no when my intuition says so. There is nothing wrong with me. I can give my best when I take care of myself. My time is valuable, and I use it wisely. My voice matters. I am open to constructive criticism and welcome improvement. My body is not my worth. I am ready to show the world who I am and what I have to offer. I am beautiful and worthy of every beautiful thing. I take action on my goals now so I can have the lifestyle I want. I brush annoyances off quickly & easily. I agree to disagree. I judge myself by my standards of success. I am ENOUGH just as I am. I am free to create my reality. I know life is too short to dwell on negativity. I walk in the light! Forgiving myself and others releases me from the pain of the past. I am comfortable asking for what I want because I know I deserve it.