There’s plenty of circles in the world.
Or cycles if you prefer.
Earth around the sun, moon around the Earth. Tides up and down.
Our lives also have cycles. Good days, bad days.
But sometimes we can get “stuck” in a self-fulfilling cycle.
Or the opposite, which is AWESOME.
The bad one is called a “vicious circle.” The good one is called a “virtuous circle.”
Like when you’re “on,” you get FANTASTIC results.
Which spurs you to try new things. Which gets you even MORE on, so you try even BETTER things.
This is that wonderful momentum where just taking action, REGARDLESS of the result, is an end in and of itself.
Since you’ve started to associate any ACTION with the mostly POSITIVE results you’re getting, you start to FEEL GOOD simply by taking action.
Which, of course, makes it much more likely that action will yield even more positive results.
The opposite, is pretty much opposite in every way.
You fall flat on your face every time (or at least it feels that way).
So even taking action starts to SUCK. Which means you’re scared WHILE taking action, which makes it almost guaranteed you’ll FAIL (or not get what you think).
Go to any message board regarding ANY type of self improvement, and you’ll see TWO TYPES OF PEOPLE.
People that are in a VICIOUS CIRCLE and think the world sucks.
And those who are in a VIRTUOUS CIRCLE, and think the world is AWESOME.
(These two types fight quite often, btw.)
Two types of people in the SAME WORLD having a completely different experience.
The WORST thing about being in a vicious circle is it SEEMS like you continuously PROVE that the world sucks.
But remember this: What The Thinker Thinks, The Prover Proves.
You think the world is the way it is, THEN you go out and PROVE that it’s like that.
But since there are SO MANY variables out there, you can pretty much prove anything.
Like certain congressman are really reptiles.
Or demons come and rape you every night.
So, HOW do you break out of that vicious circle, and start to get the VIRTUOUS CIRCLE going?
Use the same rule. What the thinker thinks, the prover proves.
Now it takes time, it’s like spinning in one direction.
You’ve got to SLOW DOWN first, and then SLOWLY start to spin in the other direction.
First you need to REFRAME events as they happen, from bad to good.
Then you need to START VERY SLOW taking action, and EXPECTING SUCCESS.
Then REFRAME whatever happens as good FEEDBACK that will help you next time.
Do plenty of journaling, and plenty of mental exercises.
It takes time, but it is WELL worth it.
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