Turning Lemons Into Lemonade

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“Know who you are, and be it. Know what you want, and go out and get it!” ― Carroll Bryant

Sometimes there are situations and events

that are experienced which may rub one the wrong way. Sometimes people are shocked, depressed, upset, surprised, and moved emotionally when chaotic things happen. Some may question why it is happening or if they deserve it. In addition, it is often considered to be unfortunate.

Each moment you are sending or receiving

thoughts, impressions, and feelings as waves of energy. This means that there is an ebb and flow to everything. One may have had an unfortunate thought for most of the day, and then changed that perception to a fortunate thought the next day. Whether the thought was direct, indirect, or concerning someone else, it still flowed through your system.

Even though you are in another vibration

of thinking at the moment, the waves (flow) of your previous thought(s) still has to make its way back to you. It is a natural law. That is why it seems to be so sudden and out of nowhere.

How you respond is where you have power in all of this. 

Guarding your thoughts and feelings along with supportive daily endeavors will help reduce the amount of perceived unfortunate experiences and situations. It is important to shift your perception when you observe unwanted thoughts and feelings when they arise within.

You can perceive the lemon as sour

and unnecessary, or you can perceive it as a beneficial instrument of alkalinity for the body. Even if your perception seems unfortunate, you must learn to take that lemon and turn it into lemonade. Feel compelled to share your thoughts with us. Let us know.

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To read more about the author of this inspiring blog post: Franklin Gillette

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