(Accidentally deleted the original post, and then saw it as an opportunity to adjust the post.)
Here’s the scene…
You wake up in the morning and some icky stuff from the day before floats into your thoughts.
It doesn’t feel super bad, but it’s still bothering you a little.
The interesting part is that as it is bothering you, it is also starting a momentum of similar energy that might grow bigger later in the day.
The type of momentum depends on how you choose to focus.
You realize that even though yesterday happened already, and even though you have new opportunities in a new day right now, you’re still a bit annoyed about what transpired yesterday and the days before that as well.
In the midst of feeling annoyed, you decide that you need to clean your office. Because that’s been bothering you too.
However, the energy of that desire feels more like it is inspired by the fear and anxiety of it not getting cleaned previously in the week.
And that not so good feeling energy is more so dominant than the feelings of enjoying and appreciating a clean office.
And so you go about your day, like you usuaully do, and several distractions “just so happen” to happen.
It is life, distractions happen. There are ups downs. And there are things that you like and don’t like.
But on this day, you just happen to dominantly focus on what you don’t want with not so good-feeling energy.
And so it grows bigger.
You end up talking with tons of people who are complaining about their lives…and who keep saying things like:
“I can’t do this because of that. I cant do that because of this…”
“The price of milk is ridiculous!”
“The fruits and vegetables cost too much!”
“My spouse is trippin.”
“The economy sucks.”
“My boss is ew.”
Not realizing, as they say all of this, that are sending out intentions for LOA to match.
And that no matter how real and justified these comments might be, things won’t change until you begin to change how you look at them first.
The whole time you keep visualising yourself slapping them in the face like Bernie Mac did in that movie “Head of State.”
Because you are already feeling annoyed, and it’s like they are adding fuel to the fire.
But you don’t slap them, because that’s not a nice thing to do. And you can’t blame them because that’s what you’re resonating with and that’s what you too are sending out.
Your mind is still so heavily focused on how much you dislike certain things that you didn’t want to happen, that you are not fully here in the moment.
Your are not recognizing in those moments, that even though there is much to complain about - there’s also much to be grateful for.
There’s nothing “wrong” with that. It’s just an experience in life that attracts similar kinds of experiences with more frequency.
The trippy part is that those things happened already.
You can’t go back and change them.
BUT You cano adjust your perspectives on things and learn from results.
You CAN choose better-feeling thoughts.
Later you end up at the store, and for some reason it’s like the holidays in there.
Or maybe it’s more like the Zombie Apocalypse…
But the lines do stretch deep into the aisles though.
Luckily you see a shorter one and get in it, only to find that the people in front of you have half the store in their carts…
And you think, “What the crap is going on here?”
Remember you do have the option of choosing to focus in another way if you wanted to.
You get home, finally, and after you put things away…
You accidentally fall asleep.
By the time you wake up, it’s 11:30 pm.
You have to be up early, so organizing your office is out of the question.
Naturally, because of not so good feeling momentum, the first thing you do is find anything you can point at to blame for you not being able to get your office organized.
You are not here in the moment again.
When you try to make changes, fears sometimes rush in like diarrhea.
So when you decide that you want to clean your office. But the momentum wouldn’t allow it to flow like you wanted…
Sometimes you think there’s no way it’s your fault that it didn’t get done. There’s no way it could have anything to do with your vibes.
You think It has to be someone or something else. It has to be!
It’s the complaining people at the store’s fault. It’s the long lines fault, it’s this, it’s that…
The excuses, justifications, and fears come out like diarrhea.
So you start talking about all of your problems again, in a bad-feeling way though.
And so the loop continues.
You then feel all the negative energy of these problems, and now your pissed off.
Meanwhile law of attraction is, without doubt and prejudice, responding to and matching your vibes.
Which perpetuates more of what you’re complaining about.
How do you stop, and why?
You can stop by gradually realizing that momentum exists in life. Sometimes it will be good-feeling momentum, and sometimes it will be not so good-feeling momentum.
The important thing is that you gradually begin to slow down the negative momentums when theh start.
And ride out and accept them when it’s tougher to slow them down.
Then remember that you have a choice in how you look at things.
Recognize that there are more ways to look at what’s bothering than just complaining about it.
You can gradually stop by recognizing that complaining DOES have a positive purposes withinn it, and that one of those purposes is to help you change perspective.
You can also recognize that within a complaint is also the seed of an equal or greater benefit.
And that talking about the problems too much, and finding too many excuses and justifications, is just another way of NOT taking responsibility for your vibes.
You can stop talking about your problems too much, in that bad-feeling way, by seeing them as indicatiors of where your vibes are in those moments.
Which then gives you the opportunity to make a better-feeling choice that can build momentum that tips the scales.
Imagine that instead of seeing problems as annoying - unwanted - insurmountable things, you saw them as opportunities to adjust how you are focusing and to discover or bring into existence awesome feeling solutions and experiences…
Imagine that by changing your focus, you could literally change what you are attracting into your life.
So again, why would you want to gradually stop talking about your problems from that negative energy space too much?
Well, does complaining about it feel good or solve the problem?
Does complaining about them too much keep looping the same problems?
Are you still predominantly responding to them by complaining about them and thinking bad-feeling thoughts?
Is that working?
Are you seeing the opportunities within them?
Or are you more so using them as reasons to explain why you keep telling the same old negative feeling story?
(Not that that’s bad or make you wrong or anything like that, but if you’d like some things to change you’ll have to adjust your perspective at some point.)
Are you gradually realizing that you can tell better-feeling stories and start attracting more of what you want as result of that?
Are you noticing that as you shift your energy, solutions and answers appear?
Are you noticing that as you feel better, better feeling experiences are attracted to you?
Now this post was not saying that it’s a terrible thing for you to talk about your problems, or that anyone is wrong if they do so…because we all do.
This was just a post sharing how you could change things if you wanted to, and how you could attract the solutions or the opposites of those things that you might be complaining about.
So, thank you for reading, and…
Peace be with you.