Walking the Spiritual Path May 17

Be mindful of your self talk. It’s a conversation with the universe. David James Lees

Whatever you hold in your mind on a consistent basis is exactly what you will experience in your life. Toni Robbins

We talk to ourselves all the time. Have you ever taken a moment to be aware of what you are saying? Is it positive and encouraging? Or negative and fault finding. Negative self talk is easy. There is a lot of negative energy on this planet. Our negative self talk is just this nasty energy given a voice.

Those of us that walk the spiritual path are sensitive to energy. It’s part of what makes us who we are. It’s important to acknowledge our para-senses, such as clairaudient (hearing things) or clairsentient (knowing things). Once we admit what’s happening, we can begin to protect ourselves.

Positive self talk is an antidote to the negativity that surrounds us everyday. The negative energy isn’t going anywhere, but we can take steps to block it out our life. Positive self talk is a great antidote; so is gratitude. Gratitude is fun once it gets going. It loves to build on itself, and before long we are listing all kinds of things we are glad to have in our life.

Being positive and grateful is a small step that opens up big doors, shifting energy both within us and around us. Like attract like, and positive energy attracts more positive energy.

The creative power of the universe feeds off positive energy — happiness, joy and gratitude. Negative destructive energy feeds off pain, sorrow, anger and sadness. When we feed the positive, we get more to be positive about. This is the adage that our thoughts and words create our reality.

Affirmation: Today I speak and think positively, expressing the uplifting energy of my higher mind and soul.

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