The disappointment will feel permanent because we think that how we perceive things is fixed. We can change our mind and ultimately our perspective about something, whenever we feel like it. It’s that willingness to let go of thinking that doesn’t truly serve us because it ultimately limits and stifles us.
Letting go is a decision. Thinking something else is a decision. We have to choose and keep choosing.
In accepting my disappointment, I acknowledged how I felt, what I thought and what I’d been doing. These disappointments felt bad because I was reopening old wounds and telling me all sorts of bad things about myself that just weren’t true. I was attached to feeling bad about me. Disappointment gave me a purpose. I learned a lot about me by accepting the disappointment. It wasn’t pretty at times but you know what? It was better than the torment of giving myself a hard time over not being able to control the uncontrollable or even worse, doing the equivalent of throwing tantrums.
Disappointment is a very real feeling but don’t let it claim you. Some disappointments you learn to live with and they gradually stop dominating your thoughts and conversations. Others just fade out because in treating you well, that balm soothes the hurt and you become open to better days and things ahead.
I am finally back in NYC after spending a little over a week at my family home in the woods, and I am so happy.
For the last three years (actually…forever) I’ve felt like I was waiting for my life to begin. In a way I feel like I was spending that time letting my roots heal and grow, but regardless it’s exhilarating to feel like it’s time to start 🌸l i v i n g🌸
I manifested a magical, lovely foundation to grow and thrive and find my perfect balance, now I want to use it. I want to use my time more efficiently, I want to create habits and routines that feel good and heal my mind and body. I want to capture more photos of the places I go and the things I see, so that I can remember them all, and so I can share some of them with you. I want to share more of the moments that illustrate the power of the Law of Attraction and how it moves everything in my experience (and YOURS too). I want to communicate with this wonderful community more consistently. I want to devote time to fun projects that are just little buds, simmering in creative juices.
I love my life, I love my home, I love my roommate, I love my job, I love my city; I love that I get to start and end every day exactly as I please. I love that I have unlimited opportunities every day to create exactly the experience I want to have.
Starting right now✨
I feel that way this year. I feel like it’s a new phase in life for some reason and that there’re amazing things up ahead for me. I feel excited but strangely calm. I feel like I’m on the path to where I want to be and I’m pretty content! Waiting to see what else about life I’d uncover
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Successfully reshaping your mindset, he argues, has less to do with hours of therapy and more to do with mental exercises, including one that helps you recognize “thin slices of joy.”
“Right now, I’m a little thirsty, so I will drink a bit of water. And when I do that, I experience a thin slice of joy both in space and time,” he told CBC News. “It’s not like ‘Yay!”” he notes in Joy on Demand. “It’s like, ‘Oh, it’s kind of nice.’”
Usually these events are unremarkable: a bite of food, the sensation of stepping from a hot room to an air-conditioned room, the moment of connection in receiving a text from an old friend. Although they last two or three seconds, the moments add up, and the more you notice joy, the more you will experience joy, Tan argues. “Thin slices of joy occur in life everywhere… and once you start noticing it, something happens, you find it’s always there. Joy becomes something you can count on.” That’s because you’re familiarizing the mind with joy, he explains.
Tan’s “thin slice” exercise contains a trigger, a routine, and a reward—the three parts necessary to build a habit. The trigger, he says, is the pleasant moment, the routine is the noticing of it, and the reward is the feeling of joy itself.