posted on Oct, 7 2017 @ 10:39 AM
a reply to: wasatheist
Life is nothing but a whole bunch of lessons, and how quick we are willing to learn them! The repetitive circling around particular aspects occur for
2 reasons: lessons aren't being taken and or learned from, and that if negativity is of a highest priority focus, then your environment around you
will shift to highest priority of negative manifestation.
As tough as a spot as you may be in currently, you'll have to stop for a short bit to collect yourself. You'll then have to learn the gift of
gratitude. Once one can be thankful for the current gifts in life, it becomes increasingly easier to move towards a more positively focused thought
train. Once feeling thankful and grateful for even the chance to wake up each day to attempt positive strides shows as common practice, one can move
to add what 'GOOD' can provide to our environments. The processes of positive focus, positive efforts, and reflection/praising the good & positive
achieved is how life becomes to be experiences that allow the best dreams/thoughts to flourish.
It's a practice, rinse, and repeat process... one of which negativity and sorrows fade away naturally. Just like physical activity can take some
work, the brains abilities and usages should be exercised. I tell my brain what to do and who is in charge of this life experience... no way will I
ever let my brain do the acting on my behalf.
If these concepts are practiced a mere 1 minute a day, it's a positive move away from negativity and conflict. If too many lofty goals are added to
the equations, it will simply lead to feeling goals are too difficult meet. If the time is taken to learn the small and meaningful things of positive
nature along the way, the negativity starts to fade away naturally.
I would advise float therapy additionally... at least 6 sessions. Maybe find ways to forgive the past as well... and use the past as credible
knowledge on how to steer away from negativity in future endeavors.
If life becomes complicated, its most likely due to the simple being ignored and not reflected upon.