Emotion and naturally Good-feeling Person Essay

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Getting Into the Vortex by Esther and Jerry Hicks

1. "If we can convince you that the path to financial abundance is simply an emotional path, then, with each hearing of these words, you will breathe out more resistance - and your feelings will improve."

R.) To me, it means that our financial concerns along with all of our emotional concerns are shaped up by how we feel about it. What the book is trying to get across is that progress in life, does not always depend on what you "succeed" in doing physically (Something like a career, where you earn a certain amount of leaves, based on how long and well you spent your hours doing your "job"). But it may just depend on your emotional outlook on life. For example, If you forsee life as nothing but a huge pile of annoyance and frustration, and if you truly believe it to always be that way, Than you will almost always receive those same kinds of realities in return. Not everyone believes in that way of thinking though because unfortunately, not everyone truly grasps the full understandment of this idea on life.

2. "Sometimes it seems like others have the power to negatively affect your experience, but that is never true; only your response to them has the power to pinch you off from the naturally good-feeling person you are."

R.) The current emotional state within yourself can never truly be changed from someone or by someone outside of you. For all things that occur outside of oneself are only mere suggestions. And only YOU can ultimately choose how YOU feel. That, is what I think it means. I feel that this is an important aspect of the book because many often tend to think that other people, besides yourself, have the ability to change your emotions based on how they think you should feel. When in reality, it is you, and only you, that always chooses to take in suggestions from others. Thus, making the ultimate decison to tamper with yourself, causing you to feel that specific emotion.

3. "If you will release all concerns about how others feel about you, and focus only upon how you feel about them, you will unearth your core understanding of who-you-really-are. And you will discover what true freedom really is."

R.) I think it basically means, don't worry about how others think of you. This is important to the book because alot of people in society have hundreds of confusions and worries that are never answered truthfully simply because of the lack of understanding and guidence that are transferred daily to their current minds.

4. "When others lash out at you in anger, with words or action, their battle is not with you, but with themselves; and if you do not take their behavior