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There is value in choosing what makes your heart sing

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“Follow your bliss and remember that unless you feel good about yourself, you have nothing of value to offer to another.”

– Abraham-Hicks

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When you are feeling joy, when you choose what makes your heart sing, when you allow yourself to feel ease, when you have a spring in your step, when you choose to feel appreciation – you are of immense value to yourself and to anyone else you would want to be of value to.

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You were, you are and you always will be worthy

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“Your value does not decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.”

– unknown

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I’am going to be happy – no matter what

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“We are really advocates of just getting as happy as you can be — which takes care of everything.

Even if you don’t have reason to be happy — make it up. Fantasize it.

Make a decision that you’re going to be happy one way or another — no matter what.

No matter what, I’m going to be happy! If I have to ignore everybody;

if I have to never watch television again;

if I have to never pick up a newspaper again, I’m going to be happy.

If I never have to see that person’s face again, I’m going to be happy.

If I have to see that person’s face, I’m going to find something to see in that person’s face that makes me happy.

I’m going to be happy.

I’m going to be happy.

I’m going to be happy.”

– Abraham Hicks

(the above words by Abraham have been shared from the blog joypassiondesire)

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Off course, the “inner work” is to reach a point wherein no matter what your physical reality is, you feel happy but if you are not able to feel happy while in your current physical reality, then are you supposed to tolerate your negative emotions till you wither away?

No! You can get some distance between that which pains you and you. In that time and space that you get, you can sharpen your focus till the time you are able to focus on any topic (even if it was painful to you earlier) and find something in it to feel better about it (it can be but need not be enthusiastically happy…. just feeling better is awesome too while on your path to feeling good about it) i.e. you achieve stability in your good feeling thoughts. As you do that, you reconnect to your invincibility, to your freedom. The power which creates worlds flows through you. In fact, it is you.

Yes, sometimes, because of the way we are focused on a situation, we cannot feel positive emotion. There is nothing wrong in it. We are human and we need to be easy on ourselves. Negative emotion always tells us that we have grown but have not gone ahead with our growth. Whenever we feel upto it, we can change the way we are focused on it and thereby taste true freedom – i.e. free to feel whatever emotion we want to feel irrespective of what is happening around us. Sometimes, choosing to distance oneself from what is painful helps in reaching this place of strength and therefore, is the path of least resistance (it need not be but sometimes, it is and only you know that by the way you feel about it). From this place of strength, we are of value to ourselves and to anyone else we may want to be of value to.

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Contrast can be reduced in one’s life but never eliminated as it has value

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“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all, in which case you have failed by default.”

– J.K. Rowling

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Feeling good has tremendous value

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If you want to uplift others, you can do so “easily” when “you are feeling good”. In fact when you are feeling good, you don’t even have to feel the desire to uplift others. Anyone who has the benefit of laying their eyes on you feels good as it is because you are feeling good. You don’t even have to do anything and if they don’t feel good (chances are less but it can happen at times), it doesn’t matter because you are feeling good in any case.

If you want to be the uplifter that you are, it’s important that in the first place, you feel good, predominantly and consistently (not always but predominantly and consistently). You are of much more value from a place of strength than from a place of lack to yourself and also to those you may want to be of value to. Your feeling good has tremendous value.

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Selfish enough to feel good about yourself

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“I will never let myself down, treat myself like a doormat, or make myself small so others can feel big. I have learned that this is the biggest gift that I give, not only to myself, but also to the planet, because I paint others with the same brush as I use on myself.”

– Anita Moorjani

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When you are selfish enough to feel good about yourself on your own, you are able to feel good about others too. When you are at a place of ease within yourself, it’s easier to look at others with kindness and love. Of course my suggestion would be don’t do it for others, do it because it feels so good to feel good about yourself and from that place of strength, can you imagine the value you would bring to yourself and to anyone else you would want to be of value to?

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Accept, love, embrace, treasure and celebrate your sensitivity

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The human body has its own “red light” signals and “danger signs”, which doctors refer to as symptoms or syndromes. Patients are prone to regard symptoms as malevolent; a fever, a pain, etc., is “bad”. Actually, these negative signals function for the patient, and for his benefit, if he recognizes them for what they are, and takes corrective action. They are the pressure gauges and red lights which help maintain the body in health. The pain of appendicitis may seem “bad” to the patient, but actually it operates for the patient’s survival. If he felt so pain, he would take no action towards having the appendix removed.

– Maxwell Maltz, M.D

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Treasure and celebrate your sensitivity. It’s only because you feel pain, that you can make a choice to reduce it and thereby, save yourself from greater damage. When you touch a hot stove, your pain tells you to remove your hand. If there was no pain, you can imagine what you would end up with. In the same way, when you focus on a situation which makes you feel pain, that pain is an indicator that the way you are feeling is leading you to an experience which will make you feel the same i.e. even more negative. This is not because anyone is punishing you for feeling the pain but because this is the way the law of attraction operates. The law of attraction states “like attracts like” so what you are thinking and thereby, feeling attracts more to feel the same. Like we understand another universal law, the law of gravity and use our understanding of it to make our lives easier, we can do the same with the law of attraction.

In the initial stages when the pain starts, it’s easier to feel better by focusing in a different way which makes you feel better. You can change your thoughts and when you do so, you allow the law of attraction to match you up with experiences which make you feel even more better.

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Recognizing our worth and value

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“Sometimes walking away has nothing to do with weakness, and everything to do with strength. We walk away not because we want others to realize our worth and value, but because we finally realize our own.”

– unknown

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As a creator, being picky has value

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“You’re picky about the clothes you wear, you’re picky about the car you drive, you’re picky about the food you eat, we want you to be picky about the thoughts you think.”

– Abraham

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Focusing predominantly on what makes us feel good has value….not only does it make us feel better (which is what we like) in the first place but it also allows the law of attraction to match us up with more to feel even more better…

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