I choose to listen to this audible book as often as I can. What are you feeding your mind? Or do you allow the thoughts you had yesterday to replay again today. Pay attention to your self talk, we think in pictures and if you worry, you are choosing to mentally rehearse things going the way you DON'T want them to go...why would you do that? Try mentally rehearsing things going the way you want. Your thoughts are the music of the mind. Delete the ones you don't like and listen to new ones. Only you can. Remember what you think about expands...fact!
When you feel good, you emit a frequency that other people are attracted to. No one likes to be around someone who drains them. We like to be with people we feel good around.
Pay attention to how you feel around other people.
You will begin to become more aware of the energy they are emitting, does it feel energizing or not.
Picture by my fabulous photographer nephew Connor P McEwan who you can find on Instagram @connorpmcewan
Knowing when NOT to speak is a skill
We all like to feel heard. When was the last time you had a conversation with someone and you felt that they really listened to you? They held the space for you, they let you talk and they didn't interrupt you.
When someone does this for you how do you feel?
Calmer, Understood, Human, Touched, Heard... the list goes on.
Sometimes all we need is someone to listen. It is so tempting to give people the benefit of our experience, knowledge or our opinion, but listening without interruption is sometimes just the energy that person needs. You might be the only person in their life who knows how to really listen.
Thoughts & Things...
In her book "The CheerLeaders and Vampires In Your Life" Elaine shares with you, how your interactions with others can greatly influence your life.
She shares 5 key principles to help you connect with others and improve your skill with people. She also introduces a modality called Tapping (EFT) which helps to diffuse negative emotions and bring calm, clarity and confidence.
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