A Good Thing That Doesn’t Feel So Good

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When you’re able to pick up on the vibes of the people around you, you have a gift. And it can be a godsend to targets of bullying.

Imagine that you’re able to feel other’s energy and sense their moods and auras! It’s great because it warns you ahead of time that negative people are nearby. Therefore, it gives you the cue you need to steer clear of them. In that, it gives you the chance to avoid harm before it happens.

However, the sensations themselves don’t feel good.

In life, there will be many people you meet from whom you’ll pick up some yucky vibes. In other words, you’ll notice that something just doesn’t sit well when you encounter such people. These feelings and sensations are always physical- you usually feel them in your body, most often, your stomach.

In cases like this, your body is like a radio tower that picks up frequencies, and it doesn’t lie.

When you pick up negative vibes, you’ll get that sick feeling in your stomach. Sometimes, you even get that cold, creepy shiver up your spine. You’ll feel as if the hairs are standing up on the back of your neck.

What’s best for you doesn’t always feel or taste good.

Paying attention to these not-so-good feelings is like taking a spoonful of medicine when you’re sick. No, it doesn’t taste good. In fact, many kinds of medicine taste downright nasty. However, if you’ll just hold your nose, put the spoon in your mouth, and swallow the concoction, you’ll feel so much better later.

In other words, if you’ll pay attention to those bad vibes instead of ignoring them, you’ll be able to excuse yourself from the encounter and avoid a potential attack. You’ll also be able to better avoid the suspicious person in the future.

Then, once you’re away from them, you’ll feel so much better, not to mention, safer. Also, you’ll feel so proud of yourself knowing that you likely dodged a bullet.

With knowledge comes empowerment!

0 thoughts on “A Good Thing That Doesn’t Feel So Good

  1. Jas krish says:

    True…a person can feel the vibes if he/ she is careful/ attentive. Ignoring may not help in the long run one got to deal with it and defeat it🙏🙏🙏God bless you

    • cheriewhite says:

      Oh, thank you so much, Ben. I’ve been told some still do, but many aren’t getting them. I believe these issues will irons themselves out eventually, though. 🤗😊 In the meantime. I’ll just keep on keepin on! 😁

  2. Therese Work says:

    I do feel bad vibes emanating from people and usually avoid them. Except one time in my life that I didn’t listen to my intuition and ended up with a lot of scars and regrets. Getting better now at listening to that inner voice that advices me to avoid someone. And yes, it kicks you in the gut, gives you a nasty feeling that never goes away whenever you’re around them. Thank you for your posts, Cherie. They really do make a difference in learning different types of bullying. Knowledge is empowerment, even if I’m a slow learner 🙂 💜💕

  3. Celt Peadar says:

    I sometimes think the vibe pickup system in me is somehow broken – I have ALWAYS attracted mostly girls who’ve had a tough life for one reason or another – single mothers, victims of physical and mental abuse, alcoholics, drug addicts, lesbians. People like this still continue to come towards me, like a bear toward honey. Some of these interactions weren’t pleasant for. The emotions, vibes, events I picked up from the other side usually stayed with me long after the other person had healed and went their own way… I cannot trust my gut instinct as much as some other people.

    • cheriewhite says:

      I’m sorry to hear this, Celt. Sadly, it took me many years and hard lessons before I could listen to and use my gut effectively. Thank you so much for sharing this. Your comments always energize me. 😊💪

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