Feeling Good

A few weeks ago, my 11-year old doggie, Maggie, randomly figured out rolling over on her back and wiggling around feels good to her. Now? She does it all the time!

She’s a great lesson for me. When things feel good, if they’re not harmful, I choose to do more of those. I’ve started evaluating every situations and relationship I’m in: Does this feel good to me? Does it flow and fit? It’s actually very easy for me to determine this immediately when I think of it like that. And if it doesn’t, I’m making choices that move me in directions that are in alignment with my desire to feel good, even if it temporarily doesn’t feel so good rolling over in that new direction.

Thanx, Maggie! Us old dogs CAN learn new tricks!

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