Feeling Good…or Bad

This little birdie in our latte this morning brings us a happy reminder from the dawn. You don’t actually need a reason to feel good. And while certain people, stuff, and upcoming events can help lift your spirits, they’re usually fleeting. But the good news is, you don’t need much of anything to make you feel good. You can simply choose to feel good.

A Little Further Explanation

Have you ever noticed how time drags on when you’re excited for an event to come? It seems like it takes forever to get here. And then you enjoy the event and it’s over in the blink of an eye. The Universe is funny that way. When you realize that, deep down, you’re still looking for external circumstances to make you feel good, you begin to understand how that focus is actually blocking them from coming to you. You’re too focussed on the desire, which means you don’t have it, which somehow causes a delay.

But when you stop pining for whatever it is you want, you make room just to feel good. And that is not only wildly liberating, it’s how to quickly create all the things you want to experience. (Once you truly let go.) Feeling good, just because, takes the pressure off the desire and you can simply enjoy all things for what they are.

We can all choose to feel good or bad, no matter how much we do or don’t have. “How?” you ask. Again, it’s all about practice. Practice telling yourself that you feel good. Every. single. day.

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