Flinging Joy

Before I share my blog entry today, I want to share something my friend, Jeff emailed me on Wednesday:
How To Get Lucky

This further proves the point that The Law of Attraction REALLY DOES work.

I fling joy–beyond my next door neighbor’s fence, clear across town, and into the universe. Then it curves right back to me. Sometimes with a whack on the head when I need it. Sometimes with a thwack into my heart. Sometimes landing with a crack at my feet. But it always comes back. No doubt about it.

God Always Has A Plan B
page 103

Once again the above quote proves beyond doubt that The Law of Attraction is working ALL the time. What you give out returns to you.

You fling joy every time you greet someone with a smile instead of a frown. Every time you create solutions, not problems. Every time you do something good for someone without expecting anything in return. Sometimes it is better to fling joy than to be right. We should all do this more often. We all have setbacks. We can’t all always be the optimist. There are going to be times when it is a challenge to smile instead of frown, when it is easier to create a problem for someone instead of finding a solution. We’re human after all. The important thing to do when this happens is the next time you see that person, make immediate amends, apologize and move on. You’ll fling joy to that person simply by acknowledging your mistake.

Flinging joy feels SO much better then flinging anger and despair. Your entire being feels better. Don’t you want to feel your best? Don’t you want to feel joy? You feel joy, by giving it. The next time you feel like throwing anger, stop! Think to yourself, is this the appropriate response? How will I feel after throwing this anger? Instead, close your eyes and smile inwardly, feel your entire soul light up with joy. That’s the way to feel! When someone throws negativity and anger at you, smile and throw joy back to them. Watch their reaction. They won’t know how to respond because they expected to get the same response from you that they gave. I do this all the time and I can only laugh to myself when I watch for the reaction. I know what’s coming and it is still hysterical to watch that person stumble over their words or simply walk way.

This can sometimes be a challenge when you’re first learning. As with everything however, the more you practice, the better you’ll get. Take it from someone who has been practicing for a few years now. This REALLY does work. Practice it and you’ll find your attitude shifting.

Be Happy! Be Well! Be Positive!

Chris

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