Let’s focus on the same time from yesterday’s exercise, the time when you fell into victimhood and could track everything negative that happened in your life immediately after as a result of falling into this lower vibration.
It’s not possible to go back in time and see how things would have been different had you not fallen into victimhood but, rather, found the positives of what happened and expressed gratitude.
However, you can, today, take each of the seemingly negative occurrences arising as a result of that initial situation when you fell into victimhood and find the positives, things to be grateful for in each one, one at a time.
So starting with the initial experience where you feel into victimhood. What positives can you find from that experience? What have you to be grateful for, for things seemingly not working out in your favour?
Perhaps, further down the line, things actually turned out better for you. Or, as a result of this first experience in the spiral, you learned a valuable lesson that you’ve been able to apply to life today.
When you’re finished finding the positives and the reasons to be grateful for this initial experience, the kickoff of the downward spiral, move on to the next resulting event or experience that you tracked in yesterday’s exercise and, again, find the positives, the things to be grateful for as a result of this next event or experience.
Repeat this for each and every resulting event or experience that you tracked yesterday.
When you’ve completed this, look through how much good, how many positives, how much you have to be grateful for as a result of something that seemed to be so negative.
Can you see that, even when things don’t seem to work out for us and seem to spiral downward, that there are always positives to be found and things to be grateful for?