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How to beat your bad mood

Four steps to change your bad mood and feel happy again



So you’re cranky. You don’t know why exactly, but you’re running on a short fuse. We all have those days – days when we’re worried, stressed out, or angry. God, I know those days! In this blog post I’ll share with you my own process, that helped me out to get out of a funk, so it may help you as well.

Last week I’ve been moody for a few days, until one morning, I stopped what I was doing and I decided to take an honest look at my feelings.

I gave myself some space to meditate. I had been avoiding the meditation part because I didn’t want to face myself. As soon as I closed my eyes, I could feel the emotions around all the things unsaid, the anger, the feeling of being overwhelmed that I’d been carrying around for a few days. Situations that I couldn’t control, people that let me down, all the things I wasn’t facing and dealing with, were burdening my heart.

I had to surrender. What does surrender mean? It means giving up the fight. It means stopping ourselves from trying to figure it all out on our own. It means inviting a Power greater than ourselves to participate and shower us with love. The way I surrender is by simply talking to this Loving Power. I communicate with it very simply and get straight to the point.

For me, the conversation goes something like this:

“I can’t do this anymore. Please help me.”

When we surrender, we open our hearts. The only way the light can enter us, is if we open our hearts a crack. Surrender means to issue an invitation to a Loving Power to participate with us and guide us.

After my prayer, I spent a few minutes journaling: I wrote about anything and everything that was bothering me inside. Then I took all the things that bothered me, all the things I feared, and I placed those words into the light through a visualization. I imagined all those situations surrounded by a bright white and golden light.

Journaling is a great tool to use to get clarity about what we’re feeling and to let those feelings come out of us, so they don’t drag us down.

After I journaled, I went back to meditate. Now I was feeling open, vulnerable and ready to receive. The way I meditate is also very simple. I call it the Loving Meditation. It doesn’t involve much. I simply close my eyes, I lift my awareness up into the center of my head. I just focus my attention up there and I invite the Loving Power to fill me up with its light and loving energy.

As I focus on receiving that energy, I start feeling fulfilled, peaceful and content. I then share the energy with the Source that it came from.

Meditation is an act of giving and receiving the movement of Loving.

If you will like to learn more about this Loving Meditation, you can follow Kelsie’s Mc Sherry’s audio to guide you everyday:


If you are feeling down, angry, sad, I invite you to try these processes out:

– Give yourself a quiet time and space to look at your emotions and thoughts.

– Surrender: Invite the Loving Power to participate with you.

Journal about the thoughts and feelings that bring you worry or heartache.

– Give up those thoughts and feelings to the Loving Power.

 Meditate: Simply focus on the Loving energy that comes from above.

And last but not least, be gentle with yourself. Be accepting of where you are at in this moment. Don’t put yourself down for not being in the space you want to be.

Just accept that you are feeling this way so that you can start the process of inviting the Love in.

I’d love to hear from you now.

What steps do you take to get out of a funk?

We are all here learning from each other, so I’d love to hear your comments below!

Follow these steps and you will feel better!

Much Loving and Abundance,






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