On an emotional level, it is fair to say that we all aim to be emotionally stable and balanced throughout the day, right? Well, somewhere along the way, when interacting with a co-worker, family member or a friend, we experience some emotional changes. Inexplicably, we are now emotionally stressed, impatient, extremely
riled up and upset.
How did this happen?
The reality is, when we are interacting with negative, toxic people, we, unconsciously, are being controlled by their attitudes, we are feeling them as if they were our own. We start acting with the same negative emotions.
How do we change this pattern?
We change it by, consistently, following these two simple steps:
1. Stop reacting
Negativity is not contagious, we don’t become negative just because somebody else wants us to be in a bad place in life. We actually do this to ourselves. Our mind just reacts to someone else’s feelings and emotions, assuming that they are our own. So, we need to change our mindset, gain control of our thoughts and feelings. We move beyond it.
By not reacting to other people’s energy, you are creating a barrier, you’re collapsing their negative energy field and you no longer allow that negative energy interfere with your mindset.
2. Take control
Take absolute control over your thoughts and emotions. Be consistent. We are not able to control the world around us, but we can control the way we perceive it and how we respond to it.
Remember, a strong mind is a peaceful mind.
I hope this post will help you and lead you to a better way of life.
Thank you for meeting me halfway.