Tuesday, February 28, 2017


Good day and I hope you are having a great week. This week I was hurt, by the fact that a close friend of mine seemed to not want to hear me out.  I was dealing with allot of challenges in my life and could have really used the listening ear, but it became very clear, really fast that I was on my own. Then I thought about it from The Law of Attraction (LOA) point of view and it all made sense.

Let me break it down for you.  You see, we are all on our own. It is not a reflection on our relationships and it is certainly not personal.  It is absolutely normal and if you see the contrary, someone is trying to go against the laws of nature and eventually that will back fire. What I mean by all this? It is something like this.  When we feel like we are overwhelmed by challenges, the social creatures that we are, we want to share the pain. You don’t have to be a LOA guru to not want to hear the crap.  It is completely opposite of what your guidance mechanism (that part of you that wants to fee good), and  how the Universal laws have programed you to react.  Some people, The LISTENERS, THE EMPATHIC PEOPLE, override their natural tendencies to say “deal with it dude” and will  listen, but left alone this is will have bad results. 

You see when you listen to people’s negativity you are coming down to their vibrational level, and you need to refuel yourself with positivity just to get back to neutral. Too much of negativity will have the effect of “burn out” because it takes allot of energy to overcome the negativity, specially if you are not used to dealing with it, or if you are in a place of higher vibration.  So in actuality I was doing my friend  a disservice trying to have him listen to my dilemma.  If it was a problem solving session and I needed advice we both could have approached the subject from a different point of view, but I just wanted to vent. That is not productive as you read in my last post. 

My friend actually did me a favor reminding me that I am on my own.  I need to get out of my self-pity and deal with the situations I was faced with. Yes they were not ideal. But I would be stronger for it, and in the end I am sure everything will work out the way it is supposed to work out for my best interest. 

I hope this makes sense and I hope it helps you think twice the next time you want to dump on someone close to you.  Leave me comments on my Facebook posts, and Twitterfeeds, and let me know how you feel about this post.  Till next week, to your success.  

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