Because thoughts are so attractive (meaning that they attract more unto them),
once you get going on a thought that does not feel good to you,
it is easier for you to stay focused in that train of thought until
you have a great amount of negative energy going than it is for you to pivot away.
And for that reason, we would encourage the greatest exercise in
Pivoting that we can offer you. In other words, rather than moving forward
into your day, not having any clear ideas of what you want,
and waiting until some influence touches you that you do not like,
feeling the negative response, and deciding that you will pivot—
it is so much more productive for you to go about your day with the
decision to look for positive aspects.
Do not try to save the world; save yourself. That means that you need to focus
on what makes you feel good. The process of Pivoting is the tool that will
bring you to what you want. It is the process whereby you consciously decide:
Yes, I want to look for what I want, and I will no longer look
in the direction of the lack of it.
Pivoting is the continual, hour-after-hour, segment-by-segment process
whereby you choose the positive.
It is the way you get to feeling good—and it is a way that you can get whatever you want.
"Personal transformation can and does have global effects. As we go, so goes the world,
for the world is us. The revolution that will save the world is ultimately a personal one."
~ Marianne Williamson