Psychic Swansea

 

Does positive thinking really work?

 

“Think positive” is a word that's thrown around in my profession a lot. Like, really, a lot. But let's be honest, when your life is falling apart in your hands slapping a smile over it, faking it till you make it or trying to muster up some good thoughts isn't always the easiest way to deal with the situation. Also positive is a relative term. We all just want to grow and experience more good feelings than bad. For the last 3 days I've had a horrible chest infection. This whole thing was a bit of a shock because I never get sick. I get the occasional migraine but in the last 10 years I don't think I've had a cold or a flu. Now some of my older clients ( as in length of time coming to see me ! ) will remember that I had a lung operation in my late teens, to stop my lungs from repeatedly collapsing, so, I always have a mindful awareness of anything chesty that circulates around my body. Now during the last three days I turned into a snot nosed, sweaty, grotty mess and if someone had told me “think positive” I doubt that it would have had any effect on where I was or on how I was feeling. But that doesn't mean that I didn't reach for the better feeling place. Sometimes that meant wrapping myself up in a blanket, sometimes that meant a short walk to get some air in my lungs, sometimes it meant hot drinks and having a good moan at Stuart ( that poor boy ).

 

 

I think that when we are free from learned habits that we naturally gravitate towards what is best for us or at the very least what feels better for us in the moment. If we stopped trying to think positive and started to think intuitively, which is to follow the wisdom of the body, then I think that we would start to feel better more regularly. I think that once we start to move in the direction of what is better for us both in mind and body then creating a positive energy within us is inevitable. Now I do think that we are responsible for what we think and that it's O.K to recognise that you are thinking negatively but, it's also O.K to recognise that you are finding it difficult to think in a better way at the moment too. That's really O.K. Take the pressure off! You don't have to have it all done straight away. Just pick a better feeling place. Sometimes that feeling place is within you, sometimes it's not. Instead of holding yourself hostage to the mantra of thinking positively, why not try asking yourself the question, “What can I do to make myself feel better in this instant?”.

 

 

Creating a better feeling life, a more authentic life is not just about finding the right mindset or the right spiritual practice. It's about a million little steps and choices that you make along the way. Find what works for you, create a better feeling place within yourself however you can. Don't try to rush to the finish line because there isn't one. Right now you have a whole day ahead of you to do what you want with. You have life coursing through you and expressing itself all over the place. If you stop trying to think positively and start to think more authentically and make small choices daily towards doing what feels good you'll probably wake up one day and find yourself thinking “positively” anyway! Just go moment by moment. Reach for the best feeling available to you right now and then repeat that as often as you can. Go for a coffee with a friend, give your dog a big smooch, buy yourself or a friend an unexpected gift, just take a small step and you'll get where you need to be in no time!

 

 

Thank you for reading,

 

 

Big Love,

 

 

Ryan James x

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