The Art Of Not React To Negative People

Every day we wake up ready to go into the world, looking to experience our optimal type of day.

We want peace and happiness. We want productivity and success. We want rewards and fulfillment.

And we can plan as best we can to create that type of day we want.

We can create the right mindset and energy before stepping into the world each day.

We can focus action toward the results we want.

We can choose where to go, who to be with and what to do.

These are all things we can control.

But, there’s something we can’t control, and it can have a major impact on All the things we want to achieve and experience.

That Something is other people.

Dealing with the negativity of others

We quickly learn in life that no matter how zen we choose to be, other people might cross our path and bring their negative energy into our zone.

We also very quickly learn that if we get upset about their negativity, if we buy into it, if we judge them, if we resist and say it shouldn’t be this way… then we send up suffering and in negativity with them.

One of the best things we can learn on our personal growth journey is the Art Of Not Reacting To Negativity.

It’s an art form because it takes practice, and Grace.

Our human nature tends to be that we drop down into negativity unless we consciously choose to keep ourselves up above it.

When someone brings their negative energy our way, here are two important things to remember.

1. It’s like fishing. They throw out the fishing line with negativity bait on a hook. Will you be the fish who isn’t aware and bites, taking the bait and ending up in a tug-of-war? Or will you be the wise fish who sees the bait and keeps on swimming past it?

2. If you give your energy to negativity and negative people, you are flushing it down with toilet. Your energy is so precious, and each day you only have a certain amount of energy you give in the world. So you have to be smart about what and who you give your energy to. If you give it to negativity, you can’t give it to your golden dreams.

So in order for us to experience the type of peaceful, happy, productive and successful day we want, we have to learn the art of not reacting to negativity if it crosses our path.

We must get prepared in advance, so we can masterfully deflect it.

Here is a 3 step process to help you practice non-reaction.

1. See it coming

You know what negativity looks and sound like. So be present and aware or when it crosses your path. If you see it coming like a baited her dangling in the water, do you have a stand back and breathe before biting. You can’t use dad make a conscious choice not to engage with that negatively.

2. It’s not about you

Always remind yourself That other peoples negativity is not about you. It’s a reflection of something that is going on inside their mind and emotional system, and is being projected around you or toward you.

QR can we get tangled up and other people’s negatively because our egos take it personally and react to their behavior or words. Rather- keep accurate perspective that someone who is being negative is just a fellow human being going through pain. It’s not about you.

3. Wish them Peace & Happiness

The quickest way to non-reaction and inner peace when you’re witnessing someone being negative around you or toward you, is to wish them peace and happiness.

It’s a mantra you say inside yourself.

This is a practice of conscious and spirited living to say within your own mind and heart, “I wish them peace and happiness. I wish them peace and happiness.”

I know you don’t want anyone to suffer, not you or any other person who crosses your path. And using this mantra helps you to sit in the energy of forgiveness, compassion and detachment.

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