Oh, yes, those big red buttons we all have. You know the ones. The ones people seem to instinctively know exactly what to say or do to push them.
They should just stop doing that right? Really, can you really know that is true? Maybe not. Maybe it is a chance for you to go inside yourself and address the thinking that makes those buttons readily available. Change the way you think and the buttons will disappear
Instead of hating on those button pushers, maybe you should be loving on them. They are catalysts for you changing thought patterns that hold you prisoner. They are helping set you free.
As much as I would like to say that I’ve got this gratitude and law of attraction thing working to my advantage, sadly this is not the case for me in this current time and space dynamic.
I’ve got way too much uncontrollable life stuff going on that makes me feel hopeless and super overwhelmed. Today is Thanksgiving and all I can do is hope that the holiday season passes fast without incident. This is the worst time of year for my family and things are always very stressed and on edge.
Now I KNOW that gratitude and appreciation are great catalysts for change, but when I am feeling so crappy and overwhelmed, finding things to be grateful for or appreciative of are pretty hard to come by.
The articles below may be of help to those out there in a similar boat as I am in. I need to find things to be appreciative of. I know they have to be there, but I need a perspective shift in order to see them. It feels imperative that I find a way to do this. I am just so tired of feeling this way. Hoping that things will change isn’t working. I have to change the way I am thinking in spite of what is going on around me.
Forest Path : Author: timo_w2s
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“The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside, somewhere where they can be quiet, alone with the heavens, nature and God. Because only then does one feel that all is as it should be and that God wishes to see people happy, amidst the simple beauty of nature.”