See The Good In All Things

singing in the rainDo you suffer from a negative perception? How can you change this perception around?

Start seeing the good in what you’re looking at. Each time a negative thought of this object enters your mind, switch it to something you love about that object.

Like rain for example. The negative perception of rain is that it wreaks havoc on your day. It causes traffic, making you late. It slows you down, making you more cautious. It distorts your vision. It gets your clothing wet, possibly dirtying your clothes. It messes your hair.

See The Good In All Things

Okay, so these were the negative connotations of rain. Now let’s look at all the good that rain does. Rain provides nutrients for the soil so plants can grow, which gives you something healthy to eat. Rain cleanses the environment. Rain gives you the most vital element to your health as drinking water. Rain feeds the animals as well. Rain is natural, contrary to the wants of it making your day more easier.

Was it the rain’s fault for ruining your day? It’s going to rain no matter what. Learn to accept rain into your experience because it’s never going away. Once you shift your perception, you’ll end up singing in the rain.

The same all goes for anything that you wish to control in your life. Accept whatever that happens into your experience. See the good that this experience provides you. Never resist what’s happening. It was all meant to happen this way.

So what if someone were being abused and you walked into the experience? Should you just accept what is happening to that person? Accept and tolerate are 2 different things. Always accept what happens, but do not deny that it is occurring.

Act out of love if necessary. Acceptance is over ceded when love is being violated. Love should always be guarded with honor.

Shift your perception to seeing the good from the experience. Act from the highest order of love.

To get through the worst, you must see the best, and you are on your way.

See The Good In All Things

Bless us all,

Jason Ratliff

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