Saturday, December 6, 2008

Guiding Your Emotions: Feel Good!

Humans have feelings, these feelings result from our thoughts. They are a feedback system to tell you if what you are thinking about makes you feel good and is alignment with what you really want. Or, if what you are thinking about makes you feel bad and is not in alignment with what you really want. We have many feelings, so our body designed an Emotional Guidance System to help us understand what we are thinking.

Truly, there are only two emotions that we need to be concerned with. All feelings will fit in one or the other category. One emotion is good; this emotion makes an individual feel good. These are feelings of love, joy, happiness, optimism, passion, faith and hope. These feelings tell us, that what we are thinking is alignment with what we really want. The other emotion is bad; this emotion makes an individual feel bad. These are feelings of anxiety, fear, depression, guilt, envy, anger, rage, hatred, despair, pain. These feelings tell us that what we are thinking is not in alignment with what we really want.

So when you are thinking about what you are attracting, ask yourself, how do you feel? Do you feel good? Then keep thinking those thoughts! If you are feeling bad, then immediately guide your thoughts to an item, object, person, pet or idea that makes you feel good. Do what you can to keep you mind focused on only good feelings. You will then attract only good into your experience. The better you feel, the more in alignment you are with what you really want, the worse you feel, the further you are from what you really want. So do only things and think only things that make you feel good, as your thoughts are creating and forming your future experience.

All that we are is the result of what we have thought.”

Feel Good Exercise
Everyone needs to have a “feel good place”. When they are having a bad day or bad experience, feeling upset, sad, fearful or doubtful, immediately turn your attention to your “feel good place”. This will raise your body’s vibrations from the lower frequencies to the higher frequencies and bring you into a state of receiving, as opposing to pushing back. Create a “feel good place”, make it detailed so that all five senses are involved. Here is an example, close your eyes, hold the image for at least 30 seconds, or as long as it takes for the good feeling to take over the bad feeling.

Imagine that you are at the beach, it is a hot sunny day, you feel the heat of the sun on your skin, you feel a drip of sweat roll down your back, you walk on the beach feeling every tiny piece of sand on your feet and between your toes. You can smell the ocean, the salt water and the sun tan oil. You are so relaxed and peacefully happy. In the distance you see a dolphin gracefully glide and jump out of the water, doing a summersault for you and only you. You suddenly hear the tropical Caribbean steel drum band playing island music. You reach for your glass and taste the sweet tropical drink. You feel good.

The practice of guiding your feelings and shifting your emotions can transform your life. Stay focused on things and thoughts that make you feel good, do not let anything change your good mood. If you have a bad day or bad thing happen to you, hold strong to your good mood. You will then continue to attract only good experiences, and people that will help you to keep that good mood, bringing you up higher and higher. Whatever your previous thoughts and actions have done in your life and brought around your current situation, such as your condition or disease, it can be undone by learning how to shift your awareness to manifest only health and positive experiences in your life.
You create your own universe as you go along.”

1 comment:

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