Should is another word for guilt

Should is another word for guilt

I should lose weight. I should wake up earlier. I should pay my credit card bill.

Let me ask you a question: have you EVER felt good about doing something you should do?

Probably not.

Should is an energy zapper. It is a low-vibe, low-frequency word that does nothing to lift you up or put you in a positive frame of mind. It is really just another word for guilt or failure.

I hear the word should a lot. Heck, I use it sometimes (always before some action I am not at all interested in taking). Yet I know it’s just another word for guilt, so I recoil a bit when I hear it.

Lately, I’ve been paying attention to the word should, and how I feel when I say it or think it. I realized that few things can kill my buzz faster than the word should. It sucks any joy out of what I’m doing.

I’ve decided to use words for happy feelings because I want to live a high-vibe life — and that starts with high-vibe language and feelings.

Reframing the shoulds of life is actually very easy. It’s a simple matter of reframing the conversation. Instead of thinking I should do something, I realize I get to do those things.

  • I get to go to the gym and exercise my body so it stays strong.
  • I get to eat healthy foods that nourish me.
  • I get to pay bills for the necessities that make my life enjoyable (like power and water).
  • I get to wake up early every morning to meditate and write.

I’m tingling from the energy of those statements! I can’t wait to do ALL of them.

What about you? What shoulds in your life would bring you joy if you just reframed the thought and used more words for happy feelings?

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