I Am Enough


Do You Know and Believe You Are Enough?

This week I have been waking up and saying I am enough. I have it written on the mirror in my bathroom to remind me I am Enough and repeat it often during the day. Especially if I am beating up on myself or the inner critic has come out to play,’

When I allow my inner critic to move me from my heart to my head up comes the feelings of

  • not being enough

  • then not being good enough

  • looking outside for confirmation that supports all these negative thoughts and feelings

The list can go on and on………… you know those feelings?

For me they come when I don’t trust the whispers of my heart and start doubting myself. Then I listen to others  and as happened this week I get stuck. Paralysis analysis steps in.  Absolute confirmation for me that FOCUS  is one of my words for 2016.

Why start a daily practice of repeating to yourself I am enough?

Inspired by my friend  The Soul Speaker Anne Aleckson who posted this week about her morning ritual and shared her  I am enough 100 day challenge.

Anne commented that her world was opening up and she as feeling more open to receiving and new opportunities. She shared the video that got her started on the daily practice.

Like Anne I watched it and was impressed and took it on half-heartedly. Then I went back to listen yesterday and I was inspired with the stories of change, often quite dramatic that  came about when one started to use these simple but challenging 3 words. Watch or listen to the talk by Marisa Peer an unusual therapist fascinated by how the mind works.

The Biggest Disease Affecting Humanity: “I’m Not Enough” by Marisa Peer

 Marisa asks us to repeat:

I am enough

I am enough

I have always been enough

And now I know that I am enough

Everyone else knows it too

I will always be enough

This makes the unfamiliar, familiar.

Do share in the comments if you were inspired to start your own I Am Enough challenge. I am planning to start one in the Heart Whisper Circle, here on the blog and on my facebook page.


The talk is empowering , Marisa is funny and shares stories of inspiration that have come from writing I Am Enough in lipstick on a mirror.

I am enough

Yesterday at the beach I wrote the words I am enough in the sand and then enveloped the words in a big heart.  Believing you are enough boosts your self-esteem and then you look inside, trust and listen to the whispers of your heart. This leads to building your self-love too.


I have made some  products that you can use daily to remind that you are enough. 

I am enough mugDo you know you are enough?

Please share in the comments what you do maybe daily that is allowing you to really believe you are enough.

all my love

suzie-cheelListening to the whispers of your heart brings ♥More FUN ♥ More LOVE ♥ More ABUNDANCE ♥ Vibrant HEALTH 

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Hi! I'm Suzie Cheel. I am an intuitive artist,, speaker, healer and creator of the Heart Whisper Oracle Cards- The Entrepreneurs Essential Tool Kit. I love to cook, walk on the beach, and passionate about making love go viral
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22 thoughts on “I Am Enough”

  1. So beautiful Suzie…when I look at you all I see is a bright shining vibrant being. How can that not be more than enough? Those pesky limiting beliefs are just some state of mind we picked up along the way, almost like a city we just are travelling through and I’m so happy you have a fabulous mantra to support you moving to the next state of mind – the beautiful one that is your birthright. I believe! 🙂

  2. Elsie Hickey-Wilson

    Lovely, it speaks to me. It fits so well with what my heart has been telling me. Thanks, Suzie, for sharing the video and mantra.

  3. You know Suzie, I am repeating this mantra with you. I am enough!
    I have been beating myself up about a particular situation this past week, only to realize that I did the best I could with all my heart…and that is enough. So this comes at the perfect time for me.
    Thank you!
    xoxo, Z~

  4. Years ago I did a transformational workshop and discovered we all harbor similar limiting beliefs. “I am not enough” or “I’m not lovable” were the two biggies. At first I thought not me, I’m too tough, but by peeling away the layers I saw what was so & I was able to accept my humanity. Thanks for helping this memory arise.

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