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Expressing Love and Positivity

Expressing Love and Positivity

Love is always the answer whether it is against negative thoughts or negative emotions or even something that just pulls you down, love always overcomes those dark moments. Sometimes we may find ourselves in situations or times where we feel frustrated or angry towards somebody or at a particular idea or thought, but when we do that, when we allow those negative thoughts into our minds and bodies, we begin to produce negative energy and that negativity does nothing to serve you. You want to make sure that whatever energy you are putting out into the world is positive and comes from a good place.

Love is not always the easiest thing to show, everyone expresses it in different ways. For some, love is shown by making their kids favorite breakfast each morning, while some may express it through being available during difficult times. We all have our own individual ways that we express love and express our emotions and it is not always easy to keep them under control - especially since negative emotions like anger, frustration, annoyance, are all such easy emotions to trigger and pull into, but we must remember to stay positive because that energy is going to sit with us. When you are resting, your body has no need for negativity, and you want those moments of peace to be encapsulated by a feeling of warmth, love, and joy.

So, while I cannot promise that overnight you will be able to turn every negative situation into something positive, I do believe that you can benefit greatly from looking at situations that appear as negative events and turning them into stepping-stones or a kind of learning curve for your life and where its currently heading. Take these events as lessons to learn from and remember that for every negative thought you have, a positive one is a hundred times more powerful! 😊

Konrad Bruszczak