Changing Your Negative Perspective

For those of you who tuned in for my interviews this past Monday, thank you so much for your continued support. It really means so much to me.

At the conclusion of my interview with Patricia, we discussed the importance of changing your negative perspective on a certain situation and instead trying to find the blessing or lesson in it. Admittedly, this is not an easy thing to do. However, this will allow you to start to look at the situation with a positive frame of mind instead of a negative one. For example, instead of feeling anger at someone, you can find reasons for why you’re grateful for them and their role in your life. Finding gratitude for the positive aspects of your relationship with that person opens up possibilities for forgiveness, love, balance and your ability to move on from the situation while welcoming higher vibrations for better things ahead.

Our conversation reminded me of a compelling video I saw the other night where this young artist was diagnosed with permanent nerve damage. He decided that instead of being angry for his limitation, he would embrace it. He found that embracing his limitation actually drove his creativity and opened up his world to possibilities he had never before imagined! Not only did he not give up art like he had initially thought he would, but he explored and even created more styles of art than he ever could have imagined. Changing his mindset gave birth to a new world, one of possibility and positivity.;TEDNew-York/?_nospa=true

-Germaine Parra Avila

Author, Searching for the Caravan, a Reconciliation with Love, Science and Divinity
Speaker, Feng Shui Specialist, Real Estate

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