Tuesday, November 10, 2015


Good day. I hope your week is going awesome.  This week’s post tackles negativity.  I am hoping that after you read this week’s post, you will think twice about feeling any kind of negative emotions.  But I also want you to realize this is a process.  You did not get to where you are in one day, and irradiating negativity will also not happen overnight, or after reading this post once.  I suggest you bookmark this post and come to it over and over, especially at times when you are feeling sad, critical of yourself, or feeling any negativity in general. 

When I ask why do we love our negativity, I mean that quiet literally.  We love negativity. By “we”  I include the general label of human kind.  If we did not love negativity why would we embrace it so much. Think about it.  There is absolutely no evidence that becoming angry, upset, self-critical, will have any kind of positive consequences in any situation.  On the contrary, as we have learned from The Law of Attraction (LOA), when you concentrating on negativity, you are only going to attract more and more opportunities to have negativity in your life which means that you are now in a negative feedback loop that just creates more “stuff” to deal with.  Even before LOA became main stream, there were examples of teachings that negativity will not work.  We hear it all the time, but we choose to ignore it.  So why do we get angry? Why do we get upset? Why do we criticize ourselves and others? Why do we get sad etc.? 

This is the question that I want you to ask yourself because if we are of average intelligence, and we know that negativity will not do anything to help our situation and in fact it will do the opposite, then we are either insane, or just plain stupid to react negatively to any situation. It is like knowing that something will make you sick, and eating it over and over again and getting sick and then doing it again.  I am including myself in that we.  What is the definition of insanity? It is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.  Does this sound like something an intelligent person would do? NO!!!!

I am trying to use reverse psychology here.  I am trying to stroke  my, and my reader’s ego here as a last resort.  After all I do not consider myself stupid or insane.  Therefore I am  not going to do stupid things like get angry at situations that have not gone my way.  The anger is not going to be productive so why would I waste my energy on it.  This is something I need to practice over and over. 

I urge you to stroke your own ego.  Make sure you understand that you are a perfect being created in the image of the Source with all of the Sources powers and glory.  So we should not be bringing ourselves down to the level of ignorant fools. No other being on this planet, with the exception of those in close proximity to humans, embraces negativity.  Simply because of the fact that every other being on this planet is driven by their instinct and does not have control of their thoughts, they act intelligently.  Ironic isn’t it?

The same control that gives us our power of thinking and manifesting is also giving us the handicap of reacting with negativity.  Use this lesson. Do not act ignorantly the next time something happens.  Do not reach for negativity as a tool of comfort. Step out of your comfort zone and do the right thing.  Anything would be better than reacting with negativity. 

Eckhart Tolle states that negativity is a “mind” process.  The mind is lazy in most instances.  It is the easy thing to reach for negativity.  Our society has programed us for it.  We get sympathy from it. Even though we know it will not get us anywhere we seem to stay grounded with the “rest” of the herd.  It is time to break out.  It is time to set an example that we can and are entitled to do better.  I don’t mean the lazy kind of entitlement. I mean the kind of knowing that we deserve only the best, because we are the best. ALL OF US.  No sense of competition. Have total acceptance of the situation, and do something about it, or leave it.  There is no need for negativity.  Accept, take action, or leave is what Eckhart Tolle teaches.  There is no need for getting angry, upset or any negative thought.

I hope this makes sense to you and if you have questions please do not hesitate to ask me questions on my Facebook Page or send me a tweet on my Twitter feed.  Till next week, to your success.  

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