Negative emotions can become habit and they can do so pretty quickly. In fact they can become even second nature. Rage, worry, jealousy, fault finding and nagging are a few good examples of how negative emotions if left unchecked can become an everyday occurrence. For example, a husband who sees his wife going out more or getting in shape starts to become concerned that she is cheating. Jealousy becomes a habit as he thinks about different scenarios in his head on how and when his wife is cheating when she is merely just working on herself for her! Then jealousy can lead to anger and so on. Another example is how a woman who becomes worried about making enough money to support herself and children becomes obsessed with the little things throughout the day and starts leading into fault finding with her children and herself. These emotions become habit for the husband and mother that progressively grows and can ruin those very relationships that mean so much to them. Entertaining these bad thoughts and not calling attention to them can not only affect your relationships with those around you but your health. It is very important to take action when you see this pattern and work out the best strategy for yourself when you feel these emotions creeping in. Take time and meditate on things you are thankful for, count to 10 before expressing your anger (or longer if need be) and be aware what you focus on expands!
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