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Self-Love Mantras for Singles on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can sometimes feel like a tough spot for those flying solo – but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate love – especially the love you have for yourself. In fact, this Valentine’s Day could be the perfect opportunity to shower yourself with some much-needed self-love and care. And what better way to do so than through empowering Mantras?


A Mantra is defined as a sacred utterance consisting of syllables, words, or verses to form a sacred symbol, spiritual figure, or magic incantation. It’s a significant part of mindfulness meditation and incorporating it into a daily practice has many benefits. Check out some of the Mantras below and see if they resonate with you:


  1. “I am whole and complete on my own.” Remind yourself that your worth isn’t defined by your relationship status. You are a complete and wonderful individual, capable of living a fulfilling life regardless.
  2. “I am deserving of love and happiness.” Remind yourself that you deserve to be treated with kindness, respect, and affection – from others as well as from yourself.
  3. “I celebrate my independence and freedom.” Take pride in your independence and freedom. Being single allows you the space to grow, explore, and pursue your passions without compromise.
  4. “I am grateful for the love I give myself.” Practice gratitude for the love and care you extend to yourself. Celebrate your efforts in nurturing your mind, body, and soul.
  5. “I attract positivity and love into my life.” Stay open to new experiences, connections, and opportunities.
  6. “I am enough, just as I am.” Remind yourself that you are enough – exactly as you are. You don’t need validation from anyone else to feel worthy or complete. Embrace your flaws, quirks, and imperfections, for they make you beautifully unique.

Embrace self-love wholeheartedly and watch as it transforms not only your Valentine’s Day but every day thereafter. Remember, being single doesn’t mean you’re alone – you have yourself, and that’s truly something worth celebrating.