Last week in my Outwitting the Devil classes, we discussed something the devil says about Definiteness of Purpose, which is essential for our success. He says:
“Anyone who submits to annoyance by things he does not want is not definite. He is a drifter.”
(FYI, being a drifter is not a good thing.)
Also last week, I received the following email from Abraham-Hicks:
“It does not matter if the object of your complaint is about someone you are angry with, behavior in others that you believe is wrong, or something wrong with your own physical body. Complaining is complaining, and it disallows improvement.”
This really got me thinking, because I get annoyed more often than I like to admit. I get annoyed by behaviors and people and sometimes even the weather. I get annoyed by things that shouldn’t really bother me. And when I say “shouldn’t,” what I really mean is “I wish didn’t.”
So here’s what I’m doing, which seems to be helping.
It’s a simple five-step process.
Step 1: Get a box with a lid.
Step 2: Write the annoying thing on a piece of paper.
Step 3: Put the paper in the box.
Step 4: Put the lid on the box.
Step 5: The next time that person or behavior bothers you, remind yourself that it’s “in the box” and read the lid again.
And here’s what the lid says:
So far, so good!
I’d love to hear your suggestions.
What do you do when you feel annoyed?
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The very first experiment in my new favorite book, E2 by Pam Grout, tells us to ask for a blessing or unexpected gift from the “Field of Potentiality” (the FP) or God or the Universe or Infinite Intelligence or whatever higher power you believe in. You set a 48 hour limit and you ask for “a thumbs up, a clear sign, something that cannot be written off as coincidence.” Continue reading