Go ahead, admit it. You like to look at what’s wrong, don’t you? It’s okay. Admit it. Self honesty is a good thing and helps you get on track. Actually, it’s not you that likes to look at what’s wrong. It’s your mind that likes to look at what’s wrong and you’re unconsciously going along with that mind of yours.

You don’t see it happening because you’re living unconscious to what your mind is telling you to do. You’re living on automatic, meaning you react automatically to whatever happens.

Let’s get really direct about this. You are living your life according to the dictates of your mind. Let’s say it even more clearly. Your mind is telling you how to live your life.

And, your mind is negative. Your mind is always looking for what’s wrong. You’re looking for what’s wrong and you’re finding plenty of wrong to look at. Looking for what’s wrong is a way your mind keeps you negative.

The news and the economy are a couple of things your mind wants you to focus on right now. Your mind wants you to get nervous, scared, and fret over the economy or money news. Things may be fine for you, but your mind wants you to look at what’s going wrong, to focus on all the negative media. For those who do have financial concerns, your mind wants you to look at the trouble, at what’s wrong, which does not help you in any way to find a solution or a way out.

Another favorite of your mind is your body. Your mind is very occupied paying attention to your body, isn’t it? And, it hardly ever likes what it sees, does it? Too fat, too thin, this mark, that mark, not enough of this, too much of that, hair is not so good, teeth not white enough, teeth too white, a new wrinkle never noticed before, this or that sag, oh, and we don’t even want to talk about what your mind says about your stomach. Your mind likes to occupy you looking at what’s wrong with your body.

Your mind likes you to look at what’s wrong with your job, your finances. Looking at what’s wrong is all about coulda, shoulda, woulda. Looking at what’s wrong is all about comparing yourself to others; comparing yourself to where your mind is telling you that you “should” be if you would have done this or that. chains

Your mind likes you to look at what’s wrong with others. It’s easy to see what that does to your relationships. Looking at what’s wrong is a long-time negative habit of your mind that keeps you negative and unhappy.

Looking at what’s wrong, is looking at what you don’t have rather than what you have. Looking at what’s wrong is going in the opposite direction of gratitude. Looking at what’s wrong is ingratitude.

Looking at what’s wrong is in the opposite direction of love, of being loving. Looking at what’s wrong is looking at, “I don’t like it.” Not liking it is, non-loving. Non loving is negative. And, negative begets negative. The more negative you are, the more negative you see and the more negative you collect. Negative is low energy. Negative is opposite of happiness.

By now you see what you must do.

Everyone is looking for the same thing in life. Everyone is looking for happiness. To get happy, to get all the happiness you can, you must start seeing what’s right. To start seeing what’s right, start looking for it. If you start looking for it, you’ll start seeing it.

One way to begin looking at what’s right is to catch yourself in the act of looking at what’s wrong. Catch yourself and stop right in your tracks.

In the Release Technique you learn life is a decision. You learn that you decide. I am going to be positive. I am going to be negative. You decide. You learn that you decide moment to moment. You decide, you are going to look at what’s right, what you have, rather than what’s wrong, what your mind is telling you, you don’t have.

When you start looking for what’s right, you start seeing more that’s right in your world. Your mind will want to fight you on it. Your mind wants to keep you negative. You decide. You decide you’re not going along with your mind. You’re looking for what’s right in your life, in your day, what’s right with your body, your health, what’s right with your pocketbook, what’s right with the people in your life.

When you look for what’s right, you see it. The more you look for it, the more you see it. The more you look for what you like, the more you have to like in your life.

It’s simple, positive begets positive. When you turn positive, your life turns positive, your finances turn positive, your body, your health turns positive, your relationships turn positive. It begins with looking for what’s right all day long.

For a lifetime, you have looked at what’s wrong. You have built up a lot of negativity, a lifetime of negativity. It’s possible to turn that all around. Looking at what’s right, you say, OK, I see what I’ve been doing. The good thing is I’m seeing it. What’s right is that I see what I’ve been doing to myself, accumulating all this negativity by looking at what’s wrong. From this day forward I’m making a decision to look at what’s right. I’m going to ignore my mind telling me to look at what’s wrong just as for so many years I’ve ignored what’s right. I’m now ignoring what my mind says is wrong and I’m looking at what’s right.

The Release Technique is about ridding yourself of your accumulated negativity. Your accumulated negativity has dragged you down and kept you down. The Release Technique gives you the tools, the skills needed to drop all of this accumulated negativity.

Changing lifetime habits, such as looking at what’s wrong, is absolutely mandatory for you to be happy. Changing lifetime negative habits is mandatory for you to have all the health, all the money, all the loving connections with the people in your life.

The Release Technique gives you the tools to locate this negativity and get rid of it permanently. The Release Technique is not about building up fake feelings of being happy with a pep rally or a motivational speech. You feel happy briefly then you go back to the negative habit of feeling bad, of feeling unhappy, of looking at what’s wrong.

The Release Technique is about permanent change, permanent happiness because it is about permanently getting rid of all those negative feelings you’re carrying around that are running your life. The Release Technique gives you the tools to always see what is right, to always see what you have, to live in gratitude, to see that you are naturally all happy, all loving.

Go to http://www.releasetechnique.comand get started today seeing all that is right in your life by letting go of all that is wrong. Why wait? Do it now.

Author's Bio: 

Larry Crane has been teaching The Release® Technique to executives of Fortune 500 companies for years. He has personally trained businessmen, psychiatrists, psychologists, sports and entertainment celebrities, sales people, managers and housewives in the art of letting go of problems, emotions, stress and subconscious blocks that are holding people back from having total abundance and joy in their lives.

The Release Technique has been taught to over 100,000 graduates worldwide.
The Abundance Course IS the Release Technique, the original Release Technique Method as taught by Lester Levenson.

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