We can offer ourselves a rampage of joy. Who knew? Starting the roll we inquire, “What do I love and Why do I love it?” We can have a blast playing with this process.
Each of us can select a topic about which we have enthusiasm. Some folks have grandchildren—when they get sharing stories of the visits and the antics they light up like a Christmas Tree.
Maybe we renovate a boat in the backyard. Or some who love riding and training horses. Our spirits rise
when we listen to another bubble over about their thing– it is kind of catching– it can help a good mood feel even better.
Calista loves to play with color. She uses paint and creates landscapes on canvas. She can focus on a piece in hopes of pulling it together—it had seemed too segmented. Pop in her mind’s eye our star received guidance on how to approach the improvement and in just a few minutes the painting read as so much more integrated. C relishes that satisfaction.
Then, she intensifies the good feeling when showing it to a friend who ooo’s and ahhhh’d. recognizing how improved now is that work the friend viewed last week—Friend confirms how much it had transformed. Calista’s feeling spiked further sharing with the friend. As C talks about the incident she feels it again.
Used Clothing Finds Excite
Tabitha shops in used clothing venues in the spirit of fun. She often finds great stuff and she approaches each trip in a detached mood. She’s in play mode. In her case she knows she targets treasures and has a strong track record of scoring what pleases her.
T loves that Ann Taylor black top she found with a deep v neck, stylish, great fit. Our heroine found Calvin Klein jeans in a perfect color and fit—to juice up the feeling she reviews that her friend recently tried on jeans priced at $270 in a regular store. T paid $4!
Tabitha enjoys the shopping and then she reviews what she purchased and feels good all over again. If the mood strikes she makes lists in her journal of the bounty.. Why? Because it feels good. This constitutes one of her tools to maintain her vibration, her flow of Good.
If we pay attention, we can steer ourselves toward feeling good by being conscious of what story we tell ourselves. I can have fun and then keep having it under our own steam.
Perhaps we want to become aware of what really floats our boat and do more of it. And even thinking about the people, places or things that delights us uplifts us. This is fun!
When we roll through our day in high spirits, we bring more of it to us.
Please comment with what you love and why you love it. As you write the comment, you will feel it all over again. Sweet! And then we will feel good too.
About the Author
Janet Pearlman is a spiritual teacher, counselor, healer and artist. She has a gift for inspiring others to know themselves compassionately and to develop skills of empowerment. In her forty-three-year journey of self-discovery, she has deeply studied the teachings of Abraham-Hicks, Ernest Holmes and more. Janet offers individual sessions by phone and in person. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.