There is no reason in the world for you to have to put up with anyone’s bad mood. It doesn’t matter if it’s your boss, a friend, or someone in your family. The bad energy of others does not have to harm your emotional state. For this to be the case, it is important that you know the keys to get the bad energy out of your life and that it never cause you problems again.

Nature designed us as social creatures: we are destined to mingle, constantly communicate, and connect with each other. It should come as no surprise, then, that as we go about our daily routines, we come into contact with hundreds of different energies every day: talking to friends and family, hearing the many voices on television, picking up snippets of conversations from coworkers, etc.

The least positive people

It is possible that during your day to day you meet less positive people who stay within your energy field, obscuring it. This is something that you cannot avoid for the most part, so you must learn to block the energies that could be harmful to you. There are some steps that will help you keep your energy positive and keep negative energy out of your life.

Identify people who are prone to bad moods

Identify the people around you who are more likely to express negative energy. These can be people who are under a lot of pressure, are having a difficult time, or simply have a personality prone to a bad attitude. Many people simply see the glass as half empty instead of half full.

Identify how their bad mood affects you

Understand how that negative energy is changing your being, your emotions, or your ability to function. Once you understand the impact of someone else’s bad mood on you, you will realize that their mood affects you more than you think and leaves you physically and mentally drained.

Avoid people who give you bad energy

There is no reason why you have to put up with bad energy from other people. If you know someone who is constantly in a bad mood despite their life circumstances, it might be time for you to cut some space between you and that person. Stay away from people who give you bad energy and get closer to those who give you good energy.

Find peace of mind

When you discover that someone else’s energy is becoming toxic, try withdrawing to a place of solitude . This could be your own private office, your bedroom, even your car if you have nowhere to go. The important thing is that you withdraw from the negative energy and take a minute to recharge your own energy.

When someone’s energy makes you uncomfortable, you can say things like, ‘I love myself and protect myself from the harmful vibrations of others.’

Create your protection shield

You do not allow others to take advantage of your energy field or your personal space. Few people can access this private part of you. When you allow another person to get closer to your energy field , you are allowing their bad mood to enter as well. If you feel like this happens too often, you will need to keep your energy doors closed for those negative energy invaders.

Practice your feelings of calm

Practice controlling your emotions within a normal range to keep them healthy. Remember that the more you enable your anger, the more the nerve cells in your brain will get used to this emotion and will evoke it often.  Similarly, the more you practice feelings of calm , unconditional love, and rational thinking, the more naturally you will slip into these moods.

For every situation, seek a solution through a positive and optimistic attitude rather than destructive and unruly emotions. If you feel angry don’t allow this emotion to escalate … if you are sad, don’t allow yourself to get depressed. You have the power to control your emotions so you only have to choose which emotions you want to dominate in you. Don’t hold back your uncomfortable emotions, just learn how to manage them and learn from what they tell you. 

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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