Focus your ENERGY on Feeling Good

Ever notice how when you’re feeling great, good things just seem to happen naturally and effortlessly for you? 

And when you’re feeling not so great, the opposite happens. Someone could even greet you in a pleasant, lovely way – and it only makes you more annoyed  😅

 I believe that Feelings are DIRECTLY connected (and the key) to what we create and make happen in our lives (good or bad). 

To keep things simple, this is what I believe… Once you know (and are clear about) what you want: Ask the Universe for it. 

Then get the f*** out of the way 😅

 And you do that…by working on your ‘energy’. Work on feeling good…constantly

Whether you do this by taking time out… self-reflection… self-love…physically working your body and flooding it with endorphins…surrounding yourself with good people…communing with the beauty of nature….spending time with a 5-year-old…listening to the nostalgic stories of an 85-year-old… 

Do whatever works…to make you feel good

Because only after all the ‘blocks’ are removed in your life…can your dreams find their way to you. 

After you’ve clearly asked for what you want and continually work on feeling loving, positive, happy & grateful… 

Relax and allow your dreams to come to you


Mark VIllarorsa - Digital Entrepreneur and Musician


4 Replies to “Focus your ENERGY on Feeling Good”

  1. With having so much content and articles do you ever run into any issues of plagiarism or copyright violation? My site has a lot of completely unique content I’ve either authored myself or outsourced but it looks like a lot of it is popping it up all over the internet without my permission. Do you know any methods to help protect against content from being ripped off? I’d certainly appreciate it.

    1. Hi Benedict, thanks for your comment.

      I’m of the mind that “imitation is the highest form of flattery” : ) provided of course that it isn’t blatant copying word for word!

      I think it’s just the nature of how ideas are passed along. Many if not all great works of art in history owe their inspiration from a source that came before theirs. Music is one good example of this.

      I think as long as your content isn’t being duplicated exactly, you could just see it as a compliment, wish those people well, and keep focusing on continuing to add and provide value to those following you. Because those people are following you not only for your content (which they can likely get somewhere else) but for ‘you’ : )

      Hope that helps.


  2. Thanks for a marvellous post! I truly enjoyed reading it. I will be sure to bookmark your blog. I want to encourage you to continue your great writing, have a nice day!

Leave a Reply