Do you feel as if other people are always the ones messing up your positive vortex?
Abraham Hicks would say that is impossible. It is your negative expectation that is the cause. What you expect from someone it usually what you are going to receive from them. It’s like you are replying the same sad story over and over again in your mind and by doing this you are giving power to that negative vibration. Therefore pulling more and more of it to you.
“You need to forget that you don’t jive in order to jive” – Abraham Hicks
Abraham’s advice is to simply start over, to retrain your way of thinking about that person.
Get a notebook and make a list of the positive aspects of that person to help you move past the negative aspects that you keep focusing on.
Learn how to activate a different part of them in you.
If you truly care about someone, I think it is worth the time.
I find this to be very good advice, given my recent situation.
I was hurt, but that is no reason to keep replaying all the pain over and over in my mind. Justifying to myself why my feelings of disappointment are valid.
There is no room to grow from that place and chances are if someone has been in your life for a long time there is a reason they are there.
Sure relationships and friendships change over time, but it is our responsibility to adjust to them if we truly value the presence of this person in our life.
I am working, so making a list of positive aspects of this person will have to wait until later, but in the meantime I have a plan.
Each time a negative thought or recollection comes to mind about this person today, I will intentionally try to think of a positive time I had with them or a nice thing they have done for me in the past.
If I keep expecting this person to let me down or take advantage of me, they will just keep doing it because that is the vibration I am putting out.
It will be interesting to see the change in them when I begin to expect positive behavior from them rather than negative.
It’s worth a shot right?!
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