Tuesday, November 26th, 2013 Focus: I choose to discover a positive aspect of a challenging situation (or individual) to appreciate.

Life is good

Life is good


Now frankly, when I’m in a crappy mood, there’s nothing I enjoy more than staying there. I still love to bitch and stew because it feels so good. The sad part is though, I also know every time I do that, my whole world is being negatively affected, not to mention I’m attracting more of whatever it is I’m bitching about. I’m just not willing to let that happen — much — anymore.

So begrudgingly, I’ll find some stupid, dumb, meaningless, insignificant thing about whatever it is I’m mad at that I might — possibly — begin to consider as a positive aspect of this situation or individual; something I might — just possibly — be able to appreciate. Then, looking very much like a defiant brat who has just been scolded, I’ll think of some way to begin talking to myself (almost always with a pout) to pump up whatever positive aspect I was able to muster.

The thing that fries me so when I’m in that kind of mood is that it always works. I find something to compliment, or appreciate, or admire about the jerk or situation, and before I know what’s hit me, I’ve got a head of steam going. I can actually feel the moment the pivot happens. Valve opened (I feel good); mission accomplished. Now I can let go, and allow the universe to do its thing.

Excerpted from the article:
Feeling Good, or Feeling Yucky?
by Lynn Grabhorn.

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