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    I have a question about the emotional guidance system. I printed them up and
    will post them all over. Now when I notice myself experiencing an emotion on the ?bad? side, I will be aware that there is a conflict between my subconscious and conscious mind. What do you recommend I do to handle that?

    I work with the Abraham-Hicks teachings which say to do anything that makes me feel better. Always strive for the better feeling etc? Is that the same approach or do you have another recommendation.


    Regarding the Emotional Guidance System, when you notice yourself experiencing an emotion on the "bad" side, it will be easier to identify what action or thought you can take to start experiencing the mirrored "good" emotion. This will usually be accompanied by a realization of what old habit pattern is being replaced by a new habit pattern.

    For example: If you catch yourself being pessimistic about a situation, focus your thoughts on all the things you have to be grateful for, especially in areas surrounding that situation.

    This is the best option.

    You could focus on something that makes you happy (which is not the mirror of pessimism), and that would certainly be better than being pessimistic.

    However, by focusing on what you have to be grateful for, it is meeting the old habitual thinking head on and defeating it, rather than sliding to the side and leaving it more power to raise its' head again.

    Happiness & Health,

    PATHS, S.A. Staff