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It's been blissfully sunny here in London.
Although the temperature says we need to wait a little bit longer to walk into our summer clothes, it's still lovely.
Yesterday, I dropped a metal teapot on top of my favourite mug.
You know the feeling.
I was immediately feeling bad about myself.
Remorse, negative self-talking, etc.
Why did I even think about washing up right before I leave?
Why did I put the mug in the sink in the first place?
And why did the teapot slipped out of my hands?
Fortunately, this WAS a small issue to me.
But it could have been a major issue, if you're a bona fide pottery/ceramic lover/collector.
Anyway, I tried immediately to talk myself into a better mood.
This is something I do these days.
As I know very well that everything that has the same or similar component energetically, resonates to each other.
So, I stopped the negative self-talk for a starter.
Then, I said to myself, "Ah, maybe this is a sign. A good sign."
Then, I thought, "Ah, this must be the precursor to finding a better mug!"
Then, I even thought, "Ah, maybe this is leading me to a new adventure!!"
My brain was busy coming up whatever excuse to bring back myself to that better place where I was before the incident took place.
In a matter of few minutes, I could return to the better state of mind.
Believe it or not.
I used to brood over something like this in the past, to deliberately bring down my spirit lower.
Why did I do it?
Well, to feel bad about everything, I suppose?
Seriously, we do such thing, as to collect many things from small things like this to more major issues like confrontation, malfunction etc to eternally keep diverting our feeling away from the feel good place.
Yes, breath, for a start :)
Before going down the rabbit hole.
Time, Space & Magic
I'm showcasing my trip, my creative inspiration and occasionally, my artworks.
Artist, Crafter, Interpreter, Translator, Traveler, Energy Healer in no particular order. Lives and works in London.
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