Ups and downs, good days and bad days we all have them. There is no magic pill that can stop them and that’s something that I wouldn’t want anyway. Call me crazy, people have before I talk to angels you know, but it’s these days as horrible and heart-wrenching sometimes as they may be that give us the boost, the kick in the pants that we need to be able to see what we want, how far we’ve come and just what we truly are capable of. Now, that said I do understand why so many people feel like the world is ending when a bad day comes around, and based on the day I have had today I can understand why some people want to throw in the towel and scream ‘positive thinking doesn’t work!’
Yeah, I’ve had a bad day. Mini panic attack and a whole heap of stress which I didn’t want. Truth is I needed it. It was what was needed to spur me on to focus, to pay attention to what I do want, not what I don’t want. It was needed to get me back on track and to get me past a block that otherwise would have continued to get in my way. Yes, I converse with angels and I can read for people but that doesn’t mean I have everything straight and that I’m not on this journey with everyone else.
The truth is that when people start on this voyage of self discovery, using the Law of Attraction consciously to create their lives, thinking positive thoughts and alike they become afraid of the negative feelings, the sadness, the anger and the fear because its going to undo everything that they’ve done. It doesn’t. Sure, it sucks. I’m not going to lie, it’s hard sometimes and the last thing you can manage is to come up with a new mantra that’s going to get you back on track. Sometimes the track takes you a little off road into the woods where the doubt, the anger, the worry and the fear come to forefront because that’s what you need to get to where you’re going. Negative thoughts are a part of this process a way of seeing yourself, your situation and your capabilities in a different light. Without seeing what you don’t want you wouldn’t be able to see what you do want. So they serve you, they benefit you even if they do feel horrible.
The trick is to not hide from it, not to try and pretend that you don’t feel bad or that you feel like crying. If you feel like crying, cry. If you want to go for a drive and scream in the car, do it. Let it out, feel it because it gets bigger and uglier when you repress it. It hides and then jumps out when you least expect it when you try to not feel the or notice the negative stuff. It’s going to happen, it’s going to be there and the sooner you accept that and allow it the quicker it will pass. The quicker it will be gone and you can move forward. It’s ok to have bad days, it’s helpful to have bad days. They’re actually really ‘just not quite as good as good’ days really.
Love and Light