There is a hunger out there for a way of thinking that allows individuals to be free from negativity and enjoy life. A peaceful state of mind, where you can enjoy the good stuff and not sweat the bad stuff. We all strive to be like that.
And doesn’t it feel good to be around someone like that?
That person who just seems to always be positive, never lets the little things get to him/her, and always seems to have another trick up his/her sleeve to deal with big or ongoing problems…
That person who is stable, dependable, and approachable. The one who, even when [s]he does criticize you or disagree with you, still listens to you and never puts you down or makes you feel bad about yourself. The one whom you just know you’ll be all right with, and you won’t have to worry, because when all is said and done, they’ll understand you.
The person that, if you were stranded on an island and had to choose someone to be stranded with, it would be them.
Do you fit this description for others? Do you have anybody like that around you?
Don’t you wish there were more people like that around generally?
When we grow up, we go to school to learn language, history, sciences, and mathematics. We are generally encouraged to be nice to each other–but we are not taught the skills associated with how to be a person with good energy.
And so we often get sidetracked into vicious cycles of negativity, self-loathing, and abuse. And we acquire deep scars and leave scars on the souls of others. And sometimes it seems like the more we try to be good, the more incentives there are to be bad.
But when done right, being a person of good, positive energy is not an impossible uphill chore. It’s a way of life, and one that provides great benefits to the person living it as well as those around that person. And the more you do it, the easier it gets.
This blog is dedicated to the science and promotion of positive spiritual energy, or “positive juice.” It’s good to finally meet you. Come, step inside and make yourself at home.
And if you have any questions on what “positive juice” really means in practice (e.g., what the heck are you talking about?), well, click here and find out.