People that surround you influence a lot to the energy that you’re producing.
Or is it the other way round – the energy that you’re emitting draws positive or negative people around you.
Either way, no matter how much effort you put in positive thinking, if there are energy drainers all around you, it’s a matter of time when those negative vibrations will overflow you.
Yesterday my sister had a bad day and her thoughts were reflected by that mood.
She gave me a ride from one point to another and she stopped the car in a not so suitable area to pull over.
A guy that drove behind her got out of the car after he parked it and shouted at her that she had to be more aware where she stops the car.
She responded angrily to him and perhaps cursed, so that he lost his temper, ran suddenly towards the car and tried to get inside. Luckily it was already locked.
I was out of the car and tried to calm him down, saying that he should not show his violent manners to a girl.
I guess he realized that, but made a gesture as he was going to hit me in order to shut me up and as a method to soothe his disturbed mind.
Everything happened in a fraction of a second, or at least I felt that way. Than he left.
My sister left also, after making sure that I am fine.
I was shaking when I was left alone on the street, waiting for my boyfriend to come and help me with some items I carried with me.
When he showed up, I felt an incredible need to hug him and to feel that I am safe. I couldn’t stop tears from falling.
I hardly managed to find strength to tell him what happened.
Afterwards I had to meditate for quite a while in order to calm down.
I realized- my sister’s negative vibrations pulled me down in the circle of negative energy that was so hard to fight against, so I gave in. It was too late when I was aware what has happened, when I already reacted instinctively in order to protect my sister.
What I needed to do was to ask the man kindly to ignore her words as she was upset from something else and apologize to him instead of her.
That way he would have definitely felt better (he must have felt terribly afterwards with that kind of behavior).
What I’ve learned from this situation is that I need more training to master my mind and to try to control it in situation when I need it most. Of course, my sister got her lesson of positive thinking and self control too 😦
Can you imagine the benefits that a person could gain when mind becomes a powerful tool in one’s hands?
Well, that’s definitely something!