Releasing the old, makes way for the new. So very often I hear many speak of the past in an attempt to justify how they are feeling right now, or why their life is unpleasing to them. Explaining it all to everyone in the hope, if they explain it enough, maybe, just maybe their circumstances will change. We have all been trained by observing others, to speak of and push against what has happened in your, our past without realizing the more attention or focus we give/offer to any subject, we are actually perpetuating the very thing we wish to get rid of. We knew coming forth we would experience a variety of feelings and circumstances but we were never meant to hold onto experiences that do not feel good or serve us.
Whenever anything comes about within your life that does not feel good or you wish were different, take a moment to either think about or if you are visual, write it out. Express what does not feel good and why, in that moment. Use the best descriptive words you can so you can really feel the emotion of it. Then, ask yourself, from this experience, what is it you do want? Think about or write about only that. Depending upon whether you are a visual person or not, tear up or visualize yourself releasing the discomfort. From that moment on, begin to speak of only what it is you do want to others, if you must speak of it at all. The thought of what you do not want may creep back in now and then, or something may come up which reminds you of it but understand, the more you continually focus upon how you desire things to be without giving as much attention upon what you do not want, that pendulum will swing in the direction of your desired outcome. This is inner work that must be done within you, only for you, if you desire true change within your life experience. It will take some practice and that is OK, the benefit you will feel will create so much wonderful momentum within your life, you will come to a point where feeling so good within will become the predominant goal in your life and then, even more exquisite things will occur.
My love, Tracie