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Synonyms for affirmation

Synonyms for affirmation

an act of confirming officially

Synonyms for affirmation

a statement asserting the existence or the truth of something

the act of affirming or asserting or stating something

(religion) a solemn declaration that serves the same purpose as an oath (if an oath is objectionable to the person on religious or ethical grounds)

a judgment by a higher court that the judgment of a lower court was correct and should stand

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On-balance affirmation involves an on-balance preference that the object of affirmation did occur.
Why not write an affirmation that states "I only enjoy healthy foods?
Fill the empty pages of the Affirmation journal with your intentions, hopes and dreams.
The new affirmation is not a revision of the 1982 document but is intended to bring new issues and convictions to the next WCC assembly in 2013, since the context of mission and evangelism has changed significantly during the last three decades.
I suggest you read your affirmations each morning upon awakening and again each night just before falling asleep.
Each of the 33 affirmations collected here, on teaching, students, and the classroom experience, includes elaborations that show how to make each affirmation a reality, guided reflection questions with space for written responses, and writing prompts to help teaches write their own affirmations.
The money had been good, and the affirmation he got from his clients had been even better.
Using a relaxation technique, remembering a past personal best-performance and repeating affirmations are experiences that set the stage for the fourth key step, mental rehearsal.
Sure enough, there was a wonderful selection of books on manners, affirmations and values.
Users record their own personal affirmations into the Affirmation Station--examples include "My body is whole and healthy" and "I love and accept myself just the way I am.
It is a densely written look into the cultural and psychological depths of Shakespeare's tragedies, deconstructing the patriarchal discourse of the plays and finding in successive layers of imagery and cultural reference the echoes of the suppressed feminine that "resonate" or "reverberate" behind its cultural affirmations.
5) The question at hand, then, concerns the role of affirmations in relation to protocols in particular, and accepted scientific claims more generally.
has published Elevate Your Life: Achieve Success by Applying Positive Inspirational Affirmations by Juna Jinsei Ph.
Phillips: I search high and low to find ones that I think are appropriate affirmations for our audience.