Oregon, USA, July 4, 2021.
Thought Adjuster.
Subject: “Take Charge of Your Emotional State.”

Message received by Anyas.

“Happiness and joy take origin in the inner life. You cannot experience real joy all by yourself. A solitary life is fatal to happiness. Even families and nations will enjoy life more if they share it with others.” [UB, 111:4.7]

Thought Adjuster: “Because of its unalienable nature, your free-will co-creative prerogative puts you ultimately in charge of your happiness. Even though others’ misguided free will decisions adversely impact the quality of your life, it serves you well not to wallow in self-pity. In any given situation, you have reactional options: either you rise above the circumstances or you let them defeat you.

For your reference and edification, be on the outlook for inspirational self-made happy individuals. Observe how they operate on the inner. Many of them were born with severe handicaps; others acquired them later in life — accidentally or through addictive behaviors. In both cases, they have to face their challenges, as blame and denial are the worst advisers.

“It is forever true: The past is unchangeable; only the future can be changed by the ministry of the present creativity of the inner self.” [UB, 111:4.12]

By being proactive, you have it in you to protect your inner world from emotional pollutants. Use gratitude as an empowering anti-depressant. It cannot but elevate your spirits and flood your organism with high-octane energy.

Anger is one of the most powerful emotions. It dangerously ramps up out-of-control energies, leaving destruction in its wake. On the other hand, adopting a stance of gratitude has a positive ripple effect. An optimistic take on life embellishes your inner world with cheerful colors, encouraging you toward the eventuation of truth, beauty, and goodness — becoming a positive agent of both inner and outer change.”

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