There are times when the “better-feeling thought” in my process feels “better” only in the sense that “being grumpy” feels better than “being angry.”
So even though I’m not angry anymore, I still don’t feel good (I’m grumpy).
At times like that, I’ll describe the way I feel as “grudgingly better.”
And then I remind myself that “grudgingly better” is better. It’s a different point of attraction.
There are days when that’s as good as it gets.
Not every process is going to feel high-flying. But we can almost always feel better, even if it’s grudgingly.
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All Abraham material is copyright J&E Hicks. This article represents Teresa Rogovsky's personal understanding of the teachings of Abraham.