Have you heard the term “toxic positivity” but are unsure what it means? Do you find yourself in a never-ending negative feedback loop?
Host Chrystal recognizes that bypassing your anxiety and depression is a form of toxic positivity. However, allowing yourself to give in to your worst feelings without attempts to move forward can trap you in a permanent state of negativity. Ultimately, if we honor our emotions, whether good or bad, we can learn to let go and attract the life we’ve always wanted and deserve.
Tune into this week’s episode of Self-Love for Breakfast for a truthful conversation about toxic positivity. Learn more about the difference between honoring your feelings and a negative feedback loop, the power of our subconscious, and how having a better life is possible if we believe it.
- “If you’re in a negative feedback loop, you’re not really feeling your feelings, you’re feeling a story.” (6:23 – 6:28)
- “If we want to feel better, grow, and move onward, we need to let it go. And the only way to truly let it go is to feel it and let it be there. Meet it with love, sit with it as long as it needs to be there, and then release, surrender, and let it go.” (7:09 – 7:26)
- “There’s a big difference between someone who is honoring their feelings and someone who is toxic and negative. Negativity and sadness are not the same. Negativity and anger are not the same. Negativity is a refusal to get out of it. Negativity is a refusal to move through the feeling.” (11:06 – 11:38)
- “Your reality is a direct reflection of your subconscious. Your reality is a direct reflection of your belief system.” (16:09 – 16:18)
- “If I decide that the better life gets, the better it gets, then it’s going to keep getting better.” (17:16 – 17:24)
- “Everything you have or don’t have in your life is a direct reflection of how you feel on the inside. And if you are working towards things and you don’t have them yet, they’re coming. If you believe they’re coming.” (20:35 – 20:49)
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