Be R.O.Y.A.L.T.Y

R.O.Y.A.L.T.Y

Releasing

Old

Young

Attitudes –

Living

Thoughtfully

Youthful

Something that separates royal/regal people from the commoners, other than the advantages that come from a classist system, is the attitudes that they have.

Often times, the ones known as commoners are instilled with the values of hard work while also having a keen understanding of how disappointment feels like. People in this situation have happiness, of course. In a way, if they are truly happy, the feelings would be stronger because it comes from what they have inside of them instead of what they have around them.

An attitude of royalty is available to all of us, we just have to forget the feeling of disappointment as quickly as we can.

There is truth to be found in the journey of having a happy inner child.

We are going to dissect the R.O.Y.A.L.T.Y acronym to provide some clarity to this situation.

R– Release. For true happiness, releasing things is a must because holding on to too many things is guaranteed to weigh you down.

O– Old in this instance refers to a situation that no longer serves you in a positive way. It’s just there, collecting dust and possibly sucking up energy that could be used in other ways.

Y– Young ways of looking at things can be an underdeveloped perspective. Some may even use the word immature.

A -Attitudes are the way that we look at things or, the way that we present our personality to others using our words and behaviors. To have a royal and happy life, we need to release our young and/or immature attitudes and thought patterns. We can’t cry when we don’t get out way or exhibit other behaviors that are reminiscent of a child who didn’t get their way.

L– Living is the main thing that all of us on Earth have in common. We live in different ways but the important part: We Live. We can live sadly; we can live happily. If you’re reading this book, then I’ll bet that you’re interested in the latter.

T-Thoughtfully consider where you want to be in life. Going with the flow is cool for people who have a pleasant or successful flow in life. But if your flow patterns reflect a loss of focus or a tendency to failure over and over again, then it is time for you to behave more thoughtfully. That is, if you’re truly interested in living a different, happier kind of life.

Y– Youthful environments are healthy. That’s where your inner child thrives and finds joy in water balloon fights or coloring a pretty picture. Having fun in youthful activities doesn’t make you immature in any way. If anything, it makes it easier for you to feel like Royalty because in those youthful moments, you are free to release old feelings that don’t feel good. You can let go of past disappointment and truly be in the moment.

The wisdom of your age will allow you to select the youthful activities that do your life the greater good. So if you don’t feel good playing with water balloons, don’t force yourself to get your clothes wet anyway if that’s going to make you feel uncomfortable.

             The last thing that you want to do is reject an activity because of the fact that children also engage in it. You have to have a better reason than that, at least.

Published by Ariel

Writer - Follow me on Twitter @StarLightEasy

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