Tuesday, May 27, 2014

"If the intention behind the words is to uplift ourselves or others, go ahead and say it and mean it and milk the feeling for all that you can.  But if the intention is to berate, bully, control, or prove a point in order to feel justified or right, it’s better to be silent, say nothing, and allow the negative impulse (energy) to pass.  Not much good ever comes from action or words spoken from a low vibrating mood.  We simply energize and attract into our experience more of the circumstances we are feeling righteous and dissatisfied about, at which time we reinforce the cycle of whine and complain." - Spirit of Golf

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