You can feel either good or bad at any moment, but there’s a way to feel good about feeling bad. There’s nothing worse you could do than to feel bad because you feel bad.
Learning about the Law of Attraction and understanding how it is that we create our own reality, feeling good has become # 1 on my priority list. I know how it sucks when I feel bad and it never gets me what I want.
While life happens, and while you are here to experience a variety of emotions, you can learn to feel good even in the midst of feeling bad.
I have been feeling not that good since my mother-in law got sick suddenly a few months ago and then made her transition into non-physical last week. And Even though I believe that she’s in a much better place now than she was, this hit me hard. There has been a natural feeling of sadness in my heart that happens when you ‘loose’ someone or something close to you, which I had been resisting.
I became really good at applying the Law of Attraction and exercising feeling good deliberately, but not in a situation like this.
Beside feeling bad for being sad, I felt bad for my kids for whom I thought would have handle the situation the hardest (but not really, after I explained them that their grandma was in a better place now) they got it pretty quickly. Children also know that to feel good is who they really are and while they sometimes don’t, they easily realign back with that truth. Another reason for my unhappiness was seeing my husband, brother-in law, and sisters in law sad.
After a while, I realized that even though I have the ability to guide my mind and be happy under all conditions, acceptance of certain feelings was the key to feeling good. It was a relief to remember that.
It is okay to be sad sometimes. It’s important to allow yourself to feel whatever your soul wants to feel at the moment. Once you feel a little bit better, then you can reach for a better feeling thought and move up the emotional scale. You want to soothe yourself firs and allow the natural process of healing to take place.
Yes, feeling good is still the # 1 priority for me, but I also learned that it can range from feeling of relief to joy and exhilaration.
It also helps to identify and understand the emotion you’re feeling, some emotions need more time to process while it is easier with others. I learned in college that grief has five stages and that one needs time to grieve. This understanding helps me to help others too.
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