The emotional guidance system is an illustration which helps you understand what you are thinking and consequently, feeling strongly about. The emotional guidance system does is to classify your feelings into two categories: the good and the bad. Good feelings include hope, belief, abundance, prosperity, passion, love, enthusiasm and joy. The bad feelings, on the other hand, are comprised of despair, pessimism, fear, guilt, jealousy, hatred, anger and shame. Knowing your feelings will help you act in a way that is in alignment with your desired goal.
We all have an Inner being, a Soul, Source Energy – which is a partner in this life experience and speaks to us in the form of emotion. Your thoughts are very powerful and they come so fast, it is not possible to monitor every one. If you feel positive emotion it is your inner being agreeing with your thoughts. This Source Energy is continually offering you guidance in the form of emotions.
There are two emotions: one that feels good and one that feels bad. There is a great quote, “worrying is using your imagination to create something that you do not want”. Thoughts will continually add to the one you are currently thinking, so more negative thoughts will become bigger and so does the emotion.
Life is an emotional journey – if we could spend our time using our imagination to feel good, find a way to keep pointed in the right direction. If it feels right it is right! Feel the difference. Be guided by your emotions. Things will manifest faster, you will seem joyful regardless of the circumstances.
FEEL GOOD NOW
Now, is the place to be and the point of attraction. Some tips for feeling good
1. You and only you are responsible for your happiness – no one can make you sad unless you choose to respond that way
2. Do not compare yourself with anyone else. Power is now. Feel the best you can right now. ‘I have decided to feel good now’ it will impact on everything. When you practice this affiliation, plus others regularly over time it will become second nature.
3. Look for positive aspects as often as you can or as often as you remember. If you find yourself sitting in traffic or waiting in a long queue use that time to focus on all the good things in your life
4. Meditate daily – spend 15 minutes of quality time just for you. If you have a busy lifestyle – even more important to find the time to do it
As you give your attention to what is working or not working out in your life, it will show up where ever you go. Pick out the parts that you like best and it will dominate your experience.
Always find ways to be in or around a positive force. If possible, be the source of positive feelings yourself. Start a gratitude journal. At the end of the day, list all the things that you are thankful for, no matter how trivial they may seem. If somebody offered you a cup of coffee in the workplace, or a friend dropped by unexpectedly just to say hi, or a neighbor volunteered to take your beloved Dalmatian for a walk, be grateful.