When I first moved to SLO from LA I worked at a temporary staffing service in
Just before Sherrie and I headed back to the bus where the drinks were hopefully still on ice, I whispered, “Just think for the rest of our lives all we have to do to be happy is realize that we could be at the Hank Williams. Jr. concert instead.”
Sort of like the motivational speaker Anthony Robbins shouting to himself, “Thank God my feet don’t stink today!” Anything to stop the negative thought.
The point is to pivot away from what you don’t want and head for what you want. And humor releases energy even in grim circumstances. That’s not to say don’t feel what you are feeling or try to slap a happy saying on a sad experience.
Everyday I have the same goal: to feel good. Humor helps me let go of whatever thought that is creating the internal drama-rama that my Monkey Mind is so fond of creating.
Today’s my day off. First I woke up at , then , then and finally got up at . I started out tired and grumpy but thanks to Hank, I feel tired but good.
What will you do to feel good today? I really want to know – so please Comment.
May you pivot towards what you love today,
PS: For more information on pivoting, check out www.Abraham-Hicks.com.