What Do Bad Feelings Mean for a Deliberate Creator?

Feelings  Do you have days when you’re feeling down or bad?  Sometimes for seemingly no real reason at all?

I do.

Getting dressed yesterday, my brain was telling me:

  • “You’re a fraud, Greg”
  • “No one will buy your books!”
  • “Who do you think you are?  You’re a nobody”

My (Sometimes) Grumpy Brain Occasionally Wishes It Still Had Control Over My State of Being

Those were my feelings yesterday morning.  Those also happen to be some of the beliefs I used to have – so I’m well acquainted with those feelings.  They used to be some of my habitual patterns of thought.  I told myself those stories repeatedly for years until they had become some of my “truths”.

Until I learned how and why to use new paradigms from quantum physics to build new beliefs.

And I’ve been using those new paradigms, telling myself better-feeling stories, for over five years now.  Technically, what I’ve been doing is telling myself the best-feeling, believable stories possible for over five years.  Just what I teach you to do in my Why Quantum Physicists… series of books.

While I’m Not Supposed to Be “In Control” of My Feelings (They Simply Are What They Are), I Am In Control of My Beliefs

Hence, my beliefs have changed.  Converse to my feelings yesterday, which I still feel from time to time, I now believe:

  • “I am immensely worthwhile”
  • “People love my books.  Because they are written with an infusion of love for you and an extreme desire to uplift and enhance your life”
  • “I am an amazing and valuable person – just as I believe you to be”

So, today, when I have those bad feelings I described earlier, I simply acknowledge and validate them.  They are temporary; they are not my state of being and do not reflect my new, true beliefs about myself.  They also no longer frighten me because I know they are not my beliefs unless I choose to make them so by repeating and believing them.

Bad Feelings No Longer Form Links In An Unbreakable and Binding Chain

I know that feelings aren’t meant to be stuffed or denied.  They are meant to be felt.  And depersonalized.  And doing that takes away their power; they are no longer links in an unbreakable chain.  My feelings are simply my feelings – I am in charge of what my beliefs are. And I take charge of my beliefs via the best-feeling, believable stories I tell myself each day. (Click those links to Tweet them)

So yesterday, although they weren’t wonderful, I simply felt those feelings and acknowledged them.  And I also felt a warm glow of confidence that my beliefs are still, and always, my choiceI choose to have beliefs today which align me with my desires. (Click that link to Tweet it) And I choose to be in charge of those beliefs through the stories I tell myself each day.

How about you?

Stay tuned to this blog for more techniques for using new paradigms from quantum physics…

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8 Comments

  1. I’m on the same page 🙂 it’s very refreshing to see a man write about feelings. I don’t mean this to be sexist, it just seems like a lot of men are often focusing on the ‘thought-based’ side of new paradigms, often denying the feeling side. This is an excellent example of integration of male and female energies in a man toward a more holistic understanding. This is what new paradigms are made of and represents what I see as greater masculine strength. Thanks for this 🙂

    • Thank you Ruth. Pretending that I don’t feel a certain way has gotten me into trouble in the past. I’ve learned that feelings are meant to be honored and felt, not stuffed and denied, even if we don’t want them as our state of being.

      • Absolutely. I very much honour your approach. I’ve since read your book ‘Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail’ and I love your spin on quantum manifesting very much and enjoyed your anecdotes. A lot resonated with my current understanding but this was very much enhanced by your particular gift. I have shared the link to your book with many people already and hope that so many others have the opportunity to engage with the wisdom of this approach 🙂

        • Thank you again, Ruth!

          You know – I’ve gotten some comments about how I used the third-person, singular, personal pronoun “she” through Why Quantum Physicists Do Not Fail.

          I did that for a number of reasons, but one of them is about shifting paradigms.

          Based on your original comment, I thought you might find that interesting.

          If you’re so inclined, I’d be honored if you chose to review it on Amazon and/or Goodreads. No worries if that doesn’t suite you; I’m very grateful you’re telling others about this book.

          • I will certainly try to write a review 🙂 I shared the link on Facebook too with some of my thoughts. Congratulations on a wonderful resource 🙂

  2. So….it’s what we think about how we feel that creates the experience, it then becomes *our* experience-inside us. And sometimes we inflict it on others. Um, I mean share….
    wow.
    why don’t we all learn this in third grade!!

    • You got it, Teresa! Good stuff: inflict/share.

      I’ve been teaching this to my sons since they were in elementary school. I’ve seen that some of it has sunken in and that makes me excited for them. Perhaps they can avoid some of the pain I experienced from years spent thinking that “I’ll believe it when I see it” (rather than the other way around).

      And, yes, I agree. This should be in the curriculum every year. Thanks for your comment!

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