If You Want to be Happy, Don’t Do This!

worrying ladyDo you wallow in worry and disappointment? Don’t do this! Don’t let yourself wallow in worry or disappointment. Why not? Well, whatever happened that you’re not too happy about is something you created in the first place. I know you say, “No, I didn’t want this.” Well, you may not have wanted it, however, you created it with your previous thoughts. Perhaps it wasn’t thoughts about this very thing, but things that are on the same vibrational frequency. What you send out comes back.

Related: All Succesful People Do This, Do You? 

When something bad happens, constantly thinking about it, constantly replaying it in your mind, constantly feeling the disappointment, does only one thing – it attracts more stuff to be upset about. It attracts more of the same. Think about all that stuff you don’t will bring more things to worry and be disappointed about.

Is it easy to snap out of it and start thinking about the way you want it to be instead the miserable plight you are currently in? It’s only difficult if your habit is wallow in worry. It’s a skill. It’s like anything you want to consciously get good at. Just like riding a bike, you decide to do it and you start. You aren’t perfect at first, but you get better and better and soon you are doing it without even a thought.

You are in charge of your own mind. You choose what goes in there. Start now and soon you’ll see it works in your life.

6 replies
  1. Lisa Pfalzgraff
    Lisa Pfalzgraff says:

    Hi Glynda,
    I really stay up and going with your tips and newsletters. I just know you are in tune to the universe because most of the time it is exactly what I need!

    Sent an email earlier in the Contact Us Tab about whether my subscription ran out because I did not get my November Newsletter – but when I hit the sent button, it did not respond like it usually does.

    Thank You
    Lisa Pfalzgraff

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  2. shobha
    shobha says:

    Hi Glenda,
    thank you very much for this atricle on being happy. I was in need of this guidance, as I observe myself in situations where in something happens to any of my relatives, and it directly affects my emotions, feelings, and health as well!
    Recently I lost a cousin of mine, and I feel that I am haunted by scenes of her.
    After reading this article I am determined to take away my attention from such situations, after I have dealt with.
    Thank you,
    Shobha

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    • Glenda Feilen
      Glenda Feilen says:

      Absolutely! It makes a world of difference to be able to control your thoughts and direct them towards happy days rather than past negative emotional situations.

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