I attest to that. A brief anecdote: A few weeks ago I was somewhat depressed. I decided to make some changes and on a particular day I went out to buy supplies for my printers. Particularly that day I decided to maintain a positive attitude.I just want to say from my own experience that it might be difficult to just say that you're just going to be positive from now on. What I've found is that having an aim and fairly good idea of what you want to do or where you want to place your focus based on the knowledge you have and the values you have set for yourself as a guiding principle, you simply say no energetically to anything that tries to vector you.
Charge the battery of my phone I put on my headphones and listened to music during the train trip to my destination. During the same I could feel how not only the depression was withdrawing, I also felt like it filled me with strength. I was happy. When I arrive at the station I leave the platform in the direction of the street, I was not well located, because I did not know the area. I saw a person standing alone looking at his smartphone, and asked him kindly if he could tell me where the avenue is where I was going. And here the attack: this person looked at me very very badly and said: Are you fuc*ing me? All said in the grossest way possible. I don't know how but I didn't lose my composure, and I said with absolute calm: Excuse me, sir, but I don't know the area. I simply told him the truth. This man replies: Ah, well that's different. The avenue is that. Me: Ok, thanks.
I kept walking towards my destination ... and what came next was horrible. Because in my chest I felt like a negative response to the event was accumulating. Imagine only that suddenly all you wanted was to come back and kick such a rude person. I decided that I would not do such a thing. I knew it would be a loss of ENERGY.