Creating Your Own Positive World with Law of Attraction
Have you been working hard at improving your own thoughts and emotions, only to encounter rude and negative
people in your daily life? The Law of Attraction responds to your thoughts and emotions, but too often it’s easy to
be influenced by the people that surround you. You may start out in a great mood, but quickly find yourself
spiraling down because of negativity being tossed your way by others. What to do about it?
First, remember that you don’t have to absorb other people’s moods and attitudes. It is possible to mentally and
emotionally step back from them and put up your guard.
Before you can do that, however, you need to take a more active role in choosing your own mood and mind-set, if
you haven’t already. That involves consciously choosing a positive mind-set to start the day, and repeatedly
reinforcing it throughout the day by reciting affirmations, visualizing, choosing positive emotions, and using
If you’re already doing that, you should definitely feel a bit stronger when you encounter negativity, but it
can still be unsettling. Below you’ll find a few suggestions for how to deal with it:
Override their negativity in your own mind.
Imagine that you’re at work, you’re in a good mood, and your co-worker comes in, fuming about something that
made her angry. She’s complaining loudly and threatening to ruin your positive outlook. You can mentally choose to
override her negativity with some powerful self-talk, like this, “Wow, she’s obviously not having a good day! I
feel bad for her, but I don’t have to get sucked into the negativity. I choose to stay happy and positive today.”
It’s amazing what you can block out when you really set your mind to it.
"Cancel" out their energy.
The word "cancel" can be very powerful. Using the same example as above, you could mentally say "CANCEL" every
time your co-worker says something negative, and imagine that your intention blocks any negative energy from
entering your mind and mood.
Express love and compassion for them.
Another good way to blot out negativity is to shift immediately into a state of compassion and love. As your
co-worker rails about her problems, you can mentally send her lots of love and healing thoughts, wishing her the
best. Because you’re focused more on positive emotions, you won’t be absorbing the negative ones!
Remove yourself from their presence.
Finally, if all else fails and you’re really struggling to stay positive in the face of negativity, you’ve got
little other choice but to sneak away for awhile. This may not always be possible, but if you can’t do it
physically, try your hardest to detach mentally and emotionally.
When it comes right down to it, you are the only one in charge of what you think and feel, regardless of what
others may say or do. With a little bit of practice and a lot of determination, you should be able to overcome any
negativity others can throw your way.