We’ve all been running around in circles, trying to find the golden key that unlocks the door and releases our permanent happiness, reminds us of who and what we are, and reveals what our purpose in life is. In a nutshell, our real purpose is to bring peace to the world by bringing peace to our own mind. In order to accomplish this miracle, each of us will need to focus on one goal: The Mastery of Forgiveness. Over the course of time, there will be some arm wrestling over the true meaning of what it means to forgive, but any way we slice it, every time we forgive, we have just increased our happiness.
Sadly, some people are so entrenched in seeing the negative side of things that they leave zero room for positive things to grow. People like this inhabit our families, work environments and social circles. It can be emotionally draining just being around them, and you must be careful because their negative attitudes and opinions are venomous and contagious. Negativity perpetuates itself, breeds dissatisfaction and clutters the mind. And when the mind is cluttered with negativity, happiness is hard to come by.
Ignore these people and move on from them when you must. Seriously, be strong and know when enough is enough! Letting go of negative people doesn’t mean you hate them, or that you wish them harm; it just means you care about your own well-being. Because every time you subtract negative from your life, you make room for more positive.
Here are seven such people you might need to put on your ignore list:
We are very good at wearing masks in our society. I am not. Never have been really. I suppose I should be grateful in a way but at the same time I know I will never be able to play poker and win! I have NO poker face at all. I try to stand in my truth.
“Stand in your truth”.
I heard this saying years ago via Suze Orman. I love her. She is so candid and truthful, not to mention has a way of sending her message so that it gets to your heart. Now she is really focused on issues related to money and our relationship with it. I however think we can take that phrase and apply it to our lives as a whole philosophy to live by. I am quite visual so often picture this like you are stepping into a lamplight or spot light. It is your truth and your light to stand in and it brings a warmth and light to your life, but only you can step into it.
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