Have you ever been in a situation where you have to work or live with someone that keeps pushing your buttons? They just irritate you. Or you simply don’t like them. These people are usually not evil. They just have a way that brings out the negative in you.
dealing with irritating people (can you handle me?)
Here’s something that have worked for me in the past. Find something really beautiful in that person….something that you really appreciate and keep your focus on that one thing. This is where I’ve experienced the Law of Attraction to be very powerful. When I interact with someone that’s got a way of really pushing my buttons, I deliberately look for that one positive thing. It’s not always easy, because your mind is so conditioned, because of previous interactions with that person. We are so used to only seeing the irritating negatives, that we CONSCIOUSLY have to look for the positives. What makes it even more difficult is that most of the time you don’t want to find anything positive in that person. But believe me the results are great. If you keep focusing on that irritating thing in the other person, you will find and attract more. If you find something you can appreciate and keep your focus on that, you will be surprised at how much more of it you get.
A couple of weeks back I interacted with a lady. She didn’t irritate me that much, but what was striking (and I know this is going to sound politically incorrect) was the fact that she was physically not very attractive at first glance. To top it, she was exceptionally rude to me every time we interacted. What happened here is that I focused on what I perceived to be her physical unattractiveness. What did I get? Unattractive behaviour.
I then started looking for the physical beauty in her, because that was where my negative focus was. I then saw something that I have missed all along. She had the most beautiful eyes. I mean really beautiful. So after that, every time I saw her , I consciously focused on her eyes. I also started noticing some other attractive aspects, like her voice. Guess what, she stopped being rude to me, and we actually get along quite well now.
Start by doing it with every person that you interact with today. Doesn’t matter who they are. Look for the beauty and things you appreciate in them and sit back and see what you get.