30 Affirmations for Sexual Confidence
How many times has a self-help guru told you to implement affirmations? Sexual Confidence doesn't come natural to lots of people. Let's unlearn those negative scripts that society, media, and our family has taught us and replace them with positive, pleasure-centered scripts instead. Although it can feel a bit awkward, affirmations really help and science backs it.
30 Positive Affirmations
- I deserve pleasure.
- I am beautiful, luscious, and addictively delightful.
- I attract a sexually generous partner.
- I am irresistible.
- I exude sexual confidence.
- I bring intense pleasure to myself and my partner.
- I embrace my sexuality and my sensuality.
- My body deserves to be kissed, loved, and pampered.
- My libido causes my yoni to pulsate with anticipation.
- My bedroom is a safe and warm retreat.
- Sex is a sacred act that I experience with a trusted lover.
- Pleasure is my birth right.
- I attract love into my life easily.
- I release all thoughts that do not serve me.
- I am ready for love.
- I embrace fun and laughter during intimacy.
- My body knows what to do.
- My husband is very sexually attracted to me; our marriage is a very passionate one.
- I am powerfully addictive.
- My sex life is exciting, gratifying and dynamic.
- I am relaxed, creative, and sensual.
- I am an alluring sex goddess.
- I satisfy my partner inside the bedroom and out.
- My breasts are soft and delicious.
- My yoni is warm, sacred, and magnificent.
- My body is capable of giving me tremendous pleasure.
- I am working through my past sexual traumas.
- I am capable of healthy relationships with others.
- Telling my partner what I want during sex is natural and easy for me.
- My dearest Body, I'm sorry about the mean things I said about you. Please forgive me for my harsh words. I will no longer be cruel and abusive to you. Instead, I will fill you with appreciation and love.
Scientific studies that support the efficiency of positive affirmations:
- Self-affirmations have been shown to decrease health-deteriorating stress (Sherman et al., 2009; Critcher & Dunning, 2015);
- Self-affirmations have been used effectively in interventions that led people to increase their physical behavior (Cooke et al., 2014);
- They may help us to perceive otherwise “threatening” messages with less resistance, including interventions (Logel & Cohen, 2012);
- They can make us less likely to dismiss harmful health messages, responding instead with the intention to change for the better (Harris et al., 2007) and to eat more fruit and vegetables (Epton & Harris, 2008);
- They have been linked positively to academic achievement by mitigating GPA decline in students who feel left out at college (Layous et al., 2017);
- Self-affirmation has been demonstrated to lower stress and rumination (Koole et al., 1999; Wiesenfeld et al., 2001).