A Mental Visit with Better-Feeling People

There are three kinds of people in the world, and only you can categorize them.  There are those who make you feel good when you’re around them, those who make you feel bad, and those who leave you feeling blah.

My advice to you, if you want to feel good today, is to think about the various people you know, identify the ones who make you feel good, and let them know how much you appreciate their vibes.  This doesn’t have to be a big, dramatic deal.  In fact, a light touch is often the best.

Even if you can’t contact the feel-good people today, simply take a second or two out of your busy day and remember them.  Take some time to remember in some detail something nice they did, their smile, or whatever made you feel good.  This is a simple thing to do, but will make a difference in your life over time.

Every time you think of those positive qualities that you adore, you make yourself more receptive to people who possess those positive qualities.  You also make yourself more likely to display those qualities because they are on your mind.  So do it often, do it when you’ve run into someone who is not pleasing to you, and do it when you’re bored.  You’ll see more people smile at you, appreciate you, and bathe you in the qualities that you love.

Do you know that many people are unhappy because they constantly run reruns of the last discordant conversation they had in their head?  The person that bummed them out left three hours ago, but they are still thinking about that conversation.

Try thinking about someone delightful and fun.  There are three kids of people in the world.  Visit the better-feeling people more often, especially inside your own mind.

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2 Responses to A Mental Visit with Better-Feeling People

  1. Kreative Inspirations says:

    I am going to consciously and specifically incorporate this activity into my life. This is a wonderful way to focus upon what is desired over focusing on what is unpleasant. Thank you for this tool. Best Wishes.

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