Affirmations for Freedom and Empowerment

Here are some affirmations I wrote that I use to create reality around the issues we’re collectively facing today . After my last article on the Law of Attraction, I thought some readers might find them useful.

Bronte Baxter

I happily disconnect myself along with all I hold dear from the influence of any and all predatory, invasive and destructive entities, energies, programs, substances, particles, vibrations and thoughts.

I establish protection around myself and all I hold dear that shields us from any and all predatory, invasive and destructive entities, energies, programs, substances, particles, vibrations and thoughts.

All humanity awakens from its hypnosis and perceives the truth of the human predicament. All people awake to the truth, find courage, and take the actions necessary to retrieve their souls and their freedom. We reclaim the world from those who enslaved it and forgive all past atrocities. We take the harmonious action required to make Earth free from predation forever.

I courageously speak the truth about the global conspiracy, both its material and spiritual aspects, with clarity, evidence, hope, patience, and simplicity. My words are inspired by the Infinite and open the minds and eyes of the people I talk to. I am protected from all harm as I do this.

I disconnect myself from the program-grid created and controlled by mankind’s adversaries. I connect and fully align myself – body, mind, and personal soul – with Infinite First Consciousness thriving within me. I align myself fully with Its original, glorious, joyous, loving vision for creation and for my life. Disharmony totally falls away from my body, mind and spirit. My entire being resonates in the frequency of Infinite First Consciousness.

I possess and manifest all I require to take care of myself and those I hold dear and to thrive in these challenging times. I fulfill my purpose in coming here. I help restore the world to the original, joyous vision of Infinite First Consciousness. Through all my thoughts and activities, I remain hopeful, confident, happy and empowered. I open myself to direction from the Infinite. I ask for guidance and help from those beings in the unseen who genuinely work for the freedom, harmony and happiness of all beings.

Infinite First Consciousness extends its love and humanity’s into the hearts of all predators, changing their desires into freedom and brotherhood for all. Mankind takes back its conscious power of choice and self-determination.

Truth is emerging. Humanity is awakening. The controllers are retreating. The predators are rehabilitating. Hierarchy dissolves. Sustainability thrives. The nightmare ends. The dance of joy begins.

Bronte Baxter

© Bronte Baxter 2008

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  1. Em said,

    June 23, 2008 at 10:27 am

    Thank you for the affirmations. I especially like the first four and the third from the last.

  2. Vin Andella said,

    June 24, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    The Secret movie was an awesome example of how the law of attraction can summon the universal powers to manifest people situations and material things into your life.

    All of the presenters had compelling stories that described in detail how their lives changed once they applied the secret principals.

    I watched the movie several times only to discover the secret was never revealed nor did they explain how to actually make the law of attraction work in your favor.

    I searched for a year and finally discovered exactly how the secret law of attraction works.

    Anybody can put the principals to work for them and change their life dramatically in a short period of time.

    It’s true, they are laws and they work all the time but its your choice to make them work for you and not against you.

  3. mick said,

    June 24, 2008 at 8:10 pm

    Absolutely beautiful, life enhancing affirmations. Thank you.

  4. David said,

    June 24, 2008 at 8:39 pm

    Wonderfully inspiring affirmations Bronte. Thank you.

  5. Ang said,

    June 15, 2009 at 1:42 pm

    Hi Bronte,

    I find myself directed back to your page from time to time and always end up enjoying the visit very much. I have the feeling that you’re further down the road than I am, or perhaps I’m on a different road. The roads all go to the same place though, you just about can’t do it wrong. As long as you’re moving you’re learning, if you want to learn that is.

    I liked your affirmations. Something came up a couple of weeks ago for me about affirmations and now here they are again. Affirmations aren’t a new concept to me by any means, but it’s one I set aside years ago as probably not useful in the real world. That was a long time ago though, and it seems there are some certain rules in the universe that give us inalienable rights to self determination. Affirmations seem to fit right in there somehow, though I am far from understanding this.

    I wanted to ask you a question about something in one of your affirmations.
    It is this line, “We reclaim the world from those who enslaved it and forgive all past atrocities.”

    I have to be honest with you, I’m not so hot on forgiving past atrocities. Forgiveness has to be earned. I can’t just hand it to somebody who doesn’t want it anyway. That seems pointless to me. I am huge on justice, not punishment mind you, but justice. Injustice is too harmful. It wounds and tears people up inside. It’s worse than physical pain, it can cripple people. Something has to be set right, something has to be given, forgiveness has to be asked for, otherwise the perpetrators just keep getting away with it, and everybody else yells “Hoorah! We’re number one” every time they want to go out and do it some more. I think that needs to be figured out and fixed.

    Punishment doesn’t seem to me to do all that much good. Not sure who it’s supposed to help, it doesn’t seem to be designed to help, which to me makes it pretty much invalid. A waste of people’s precious time and life, and again, with a poisoning effect on society at large. I don’t have the answers here. I’m just saying that if punishment worked, we’d be the happiest planet in the universe about now, and gee, we aren’t.

    Punishment aside, forgiveness is a pretty precious thing to me. It can only have as much value as the giver and receiver give it. And giving it can be a pretty hard thing to do sometimes, at least at first. For some people it comes quicker and easier, for others, well, some folks would rather die than
    ever let something go, even when they’ve been genuinely petitioned for it.

    For me, I’m quick to forgive usually, in the little realm of my personal life. Most things folks do ‘wrong’ are often unintentional, they just don’t think. Well sometimes I don’t think. It’s not the end of the world. But you know, when the intent is absolutely to harm, to slash, to burn, to kill and destroy, to denigrate, subjugate, manipulate, that I’ve got a big problem with.

    The people who are turned into burnt smudges at the tips of multibillion dollar bombs are the ones whose decision it is to do any forgiving. That atrocities are done in my name, on my dime, and are lied about, that’s mine to forgive. I’m not really all that interested in forgiving that lot or anything they consciously, knowingly do. They suck. That’s my big collegiate word, wait, no it’s not. Oh well, you get the picture.

    For me it’s not so much that I need to forgive them in order to feel okay inside myself, it’s that I need to detach myself sufficiently that I’m not controlled by the outrage they instigate. I’d rather sleep well and be able to laugh than let them get so far under my skin that I have no peace and become despondent because that’s what they want. They want everyone miserable and hopeless. Well, I’m not going to give that to them because I don’t want to and there is nothing they can do about that. I’m not their property and I don’t respect them or answer to them and that’s just the
    way it is. This is not hard, it’s simple reality.

    So do you actually forgive past atrocities just like that? All of them, no exceptions, and it is done? And if you do, can you tell me why? How have you come to believe that is the right way for you to deal with that situation? I’d really like to get a glimpse at what you see that I don’t see because I have
    no problem with your way of doing things, I just don’t understand this particular thing.

    You’ve no doubt already covered this in a post here and I don’t expect you to bend over backwards and write up a big long answer. If you can point me to an appropriate post I’d be happy. I don’t know how good you are at remembering what’s in what post, I’m not so good at that, but you seem to have a really well organized head. It really shows. Whatever works for you, including not answering, I’m good with that.

    Thank you for allowing comments and questions, and for your amazing work here.


  6. brontebaxter said,

    June 15, 2009 at 2:29 pm

    Hi Ang

    I don’t find it hard to forgive these guys or anyone really because my experience is that when anyone does anything destructive to others, it’s because they’re miserable and lost themselves. It isn’t normal to hurt your brothers and sisters. People who do that get my compassion, although I also sometimes experience anger about what they do. I think a certain amount of anger is healthy, because it motivates us to take action, but if it becomes hate, we can self-destruct over things like this.

    I’ve known some bad people in my life, and they’ve always been screwed up inside. I’m sure you’ve heard how child molesters are almost always people who were molested as children themselves. I don’t think you can follow the path of evil without being very lost inside, and that no one becomes lost on purpose. How can we hate a brother or sister for having gotten lost? A dog only bites when it has been hurt or abused. Do we hate them for being aggressive or do we understand and forgive it, even as they try to bite us?

    Forgiveness doesn’t mean giving in to being bitten, or accepting being controlled. Absolutely not. (I never liked that saying, “Turn the other cheek.”) But forgiveness does mean not bearing a grudge, understanding the insecurity that the aggressive action came from. I forgive these entities before they are sorry, while they are still performing their atrocities. That doesn’t mean I in the least accept or sanction their evil actions and goals.

    The value of forgiveness (which is really just understanding) is that it allows all parties to get past the cycle of hurt and retaliation that goes on infinitely unless we break free of get-even thinking. If even one party is forgiving, it opens the door to a new kind of relationship developing. It has to start somewhere.


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