(In continuation to my previous recommendation of a book by Gary Holz for all of you.)
A short reflection
from my awakening phase after the first night in my own bed after our highly emotional Meeting in Bagni di Lucca.
All our positive impressions we develop during our life are very shy, timid, like the impala antelope, jumping huge jumps, running quickly away in a zig-zag. If so, we have to try to hold our conscious focus on them for as long a moment as possible, to enjoy their existence and their positive contribution into our life. On the contrary, all negative impressions are like rhinos, extremely aggressive, ready to fight against everything living nearby, so we have to try to daze them with the “ether” of our positive emotions, and, if possible, to put them to sleep for ever.
Therefore, I think, the usually used recommendation by ourselves to anyone being in troubles: “think positive”, is not as strong as we wish it should be. Instead we have to recommend “hold your positive impressions as long as you can”, or “keep them in your mind”. “Think positive” has been already misused in commercial promotion, and let us stay it there. From my point of view, it is in any way like to send David to fight against Goliath, because our feelings are, in a simple energetic comparison, like a giant in relation to our never so mighty thoughts.
I would be thankful for some comments here below.