Do you ever wish you could just put those rose colored lenses on and see life through a perspective that only sees positivity, joy and light?
The thing that keeps coming up for me in my observation of when people are doing this, is whether they honor other people’s experiences while wearing these glasses.
It’s all good when you have your glasses on, however, it can go wrong when the person wearing them projects their experience on others.
Because not everyone is on your path, it’s important to be a witness to others and allow them to be on their path.
Release the judgement, be free and enjoy your positivity.
Staying connected to your center, source and power is the only way others will begin to see the benefit of this perspective and begin to put on their own glasses to shift their consciousness.
You have control over your experience and yours alone.
So the question is, what actions will you take to reinforce your experience of this wisdom that will improve your quality of life that also honors other people’s experience?
Here are the 4 best things I can offer you in your journey into living A Life Of Positivity:
1. Be A Witness To Your Language
Listening without judgement to your language is the first step to changing it to serve your highest good.
Begin to listen to the words you choose when communicating with yourself and others.
Do you tend to bring conversations towards the worst scenarios?
Do you narrow in on the feelings of pain, lack, separation, or unworthiness?
In conversation with yourself and others, do you fill in the space with words that hurt or words that uplift?
By becoming aware of how you use words, your are on your way to becoming more positive.
2. Stay Connected To Your Center and Command Your Experience
This ensures that you stay in your experience and allow others the opportunity to witness you in your presence of positivity rather than feeling bullied into being positive.
By staying connected to your center, you remain in a place of non-judgement, of yourself and others.
Honoring your journey allows everyone else space to grow and follow their own path.
Stepping outside of your heart centered connection, you move into a path of judgement and fear.
By projecting your positivity and telling others what to do or say creates a hostile environment, which is exactly the opposite of what you desire.
The act of projecting positivity can lead people to feeling like a victim, leaving them sinking into a place of thinking they aren’t good enough just the way they are.
The truth is that that are good enough just the way they are and you want to highlight that aspect of their being.
By staying connected to yourself through presence, you allow others and yourself access to a life of positivity that radiates healing beyond your being and out into the world.
By recognizing your projections and judgement, you can begin to seize opportunities to love yourself and grow in the direction of positivity even more.
3. Don't be afraid to feel ALL the emotions
Emotions are not negative.
Feelings of pain, frustration, anger, rage, sadness, loneliness are all real human experiences that should not be neglected when on this path of positivity.
Repressing, shaming, ignoring or avoiding these feelings within yourself and others is oppressive and does more harm than good.
The path is unique to everyone and if these arise, it's a beautiful opportunity to witness them and use them as a catalyst for the change you desire.
These emotions come up for a reason and trusting your intuition to allow your natural flow is something empowering.
By allowing and witnessing yourself and others to experience the wide range of emotions without judgement, you gain more access and choice over your experience of life.
4. Change Your Language
In social situations, don’t be afraid to express where you are in your growth to the people around you and that you are practicing changing your perspective to be more positive.
There is so much empowerment in the process of sharing where you are and what you’re striving towards in terms of your growth and development.
This honesty is a gift and gives others permission to do the same.
Because this is an ongoing practice, forgive yourself often and release any desire for perfection.
Change happens gradually and if your intention and practice is diligent, it will come.
Releasing the expectation for when your positivity will reign will bring it about with more ease and joy.
Aimee, 30 years old views life as a gift and an opportunity to live your dreams. Stick around to hear how she does it and supports you in doing it, too.