Sometimes you have to let go & Get POSITIVE
Monday, August 29, 2011
Sometimes you have to look at all the negative things that have attached to you because you are lonely, desparate.....etc. At times this can lead to an unhealty life. Overeating, smoking and in general a mess of a life.
Recent changes in my life have caused me to notice just how much negativity had attached to me. Even though I have reached my weight goal and maintained it for several years, what do I replace those negative feelings that attached themselves to me?
Now I am in the process of redcorating my home. Which is located directly across the street from the Senior Center. My front picture window faces the street and the Center which is in a direct line from my house. Solution: doing some reading on spells, rituals, castings and conjurings in the area to rid negativity from entering ones home, I came across this: "Place a mirror in the window facing outward to repel the negativity in the direction the negativity is coming from." I am in the process of mounting 14" x 46" 3/4 " thick plywood with mirrors to place in the front windows, like mirrored shutters, unfortunately these "shutters" will be facing the center, right where the domino players sit. Now the only problem with this is the morning and afternoon sun is going to reflect back into the windows of the center, causing well you all know what happens when you reflect sun off a mirror.
I will then have to special order a mauve or pink window blind so that the light coming in will be a rosy color.
As I have posted before the Center is full of negativity. I can't afford to move, I have a right to live where I want to!!!! The "clients" at the center don't live in the 'hood, don't contribute to the block parties, don't attend the city council meetings speaking up to improve the 'hood and in general don't care what happens in the 'hood.
This is not designed to be a negative post. Just the answer to some of the negativity in my 'hood. And as they use to say back in the day: Peace, Love, Beads and Bobby Sherman.