‘Smiling Through’ applies to what we would like to worry about in our own lives as well to our responses to other people’s reactions to us.

Sometimes we use ‘worry’ in order to get away from our feelings instead of just letting our feelings rise and fall in our solar plexus area. Why we ‘do’ worry I don’t know but I suspect we all do. Perhaps it feels safe and known and feeds our ego selves! If we can adopt the habit pattern of smiling then our rational minds will chatter less and present us with positive thoughts.

When we judge other people’s reactions to us as being unfair and annoying if we can just SMILE at them, neither agreeing or disagreeing and not showing anger then we push their anger back upon them.

I have just recently learnt NOT to defend myself when people accuse me wrongly in my opinion. After all they are entitled to their opinion but I do not have to take it on board.

PONDER POINTS: on reading this I felt …my thoughts on reading the above are ….



Barbara Thorne: The Point of Power is Now

My writing is based on the understanding that ‘we’, (each of us individually) create our own reality through our feelings, thoughts and actions.