The reality is I have always been a complainer. It’s something I’ve always struggled with. I was once told by a very intuitive person that I vibrate at a low frequency. I had no idea what that meant but she said it means I lean towards the negative.
I have to actively work on being more positive. It seems as if there are many people out there that are just positive, upbeat people. My low vibrations don’t understand that frequency I guess.
On a good day, I like to think of myself as a realist with realistic expectations. On a bad day, I recognize I tend to expect the worst.
I’m expected to keep track of my pain and activities to report to the doctor. That’s like writing an ongoing narrative of the negativity. Today I hurt here, here and here and want to chop off this body part so on a scale of 1-10 my pain is at a 9. blah blah blah
I still need to keep the journal per the doctor’s orders but I’ve decided I’m going to follow every journal post about all of my aches and pains with a happy something here. So here you go for today, the new scale I’m using in my journal each day:
Guess where I am today? I didn’t exactly crawl up to the bus stop (directly in front of my house) this morning but it was suggested I looked like walking that far was a bit too much this morning but At least there wasn’t a Bear or Ninja.
The opposite of my complaint to bring those vibrations to a higher frequency is to say YAY! I made it to the bus stop sans Ninja attack and back to the sofa and heating pad. Now I have some time with my tea and to watch Call The Midwives!