I thought I had more time to prepare Ainur’Len Lavellan for this DLC, but september 8th?? I kept a save before the Temple of Mythal and I need to finally chose if she drinks from the well or not. Both solutions would work with her character, for different reasons. I also have to play through JoH again because I want it to be post-cory and post-break up.
I need three/four full days at least and I don’t have them! *panics*
I think she won’t drink from the well, but what if this screws Solas in the future? What if Lavellan needs the power of the well?
I think the reason why I don’t stick with affirmations for long is because of the overpowering positivity of them. To tell myself that I’m healthy or perfect seems to be to feel deceitful, and I don’t want to lie to myself.
So I say, “I feel good right now,” or “I’m as good as I can be.” I don’t feel the strain of reaching outside my comfort zone; I’m centered and pleased and relaxed. But if I’m not feeling relaxed, I don’t tell myself that I am. A simply worded, “Things are fine,” will do it. Also, “I can manage this,” does well.
I just don’t push it. I don’t go with the overly positive when I can’t feel it. But to feel good, to feel that okay, I’m all right, everything is okay, makes me feel calm and settled. Which ain’t bad, let me tell you.
Life is Strange - A infographic guide to making all the correct major and minor decisions to put you in the best possible place by the end of EP4. Assumes the Pricefield ship, but notes have been included for Grahamfield.
Just a side note: You don’t have to take the money in EP3 if you get the other ¾ Pricefield points moments, though I’ve put it as the right choice in case the money could be used in EP5. If you follow this guide, this choice is up to you.
Why Did I Attract That?! 2 Reasons For A Bad Manifestation
Once we have really grasped the Law of Attraction, we begin to understand that everything in our realities, be it good or bad, is a result of our own thoughts and feelings. With this realization, it is natural to question ourselves about how we’ve managed to attract a “bad manifestation” into our lives.
There are a couple of reasons why “bad” things happen to us, but the good news is that they both can have positive ramifications. Below are the two main causes of bad manifestations, and how to tell which one is to blame.
It is not the fear of moving on that scares me, it is the fear of never going back. They never told us just how much it would cost to choose in life. They never told us that even though you can move on from certain things, it may in turn cost you your heart. These decisions we face may turn us into either saints or monsters, but it has to be worth more than becoming nothing at all.