Think of the last thing that someone did that annoyed you. Now forgive that person and release that event. For example, I was standing in a long line at the grocery store last week, and a woman brazenly cut in front of me without so much as an apologetic glance in my direction. I mean, the least she could do was seem a little sheepish about cutting! I was tempted to say something, and then didn’t because I didn’t want a confrontation. But then I was silently irritated by the whole episode for the next 15 minutes. Chronic annoyance and irritation, on subjects big or small, is toxic to the cells of our body and depletes us of energy. So do something loving for yourself (not to condone the other person’s action, but to improve your own well-being), and consciously just let it go. Laugh about it and move on. Do this for as many of the small things in your life as you can every day, and eventually, you’ll stop attracting annoying things (because you’re no longer putting out an energy of annoyance and irritation to the universe). On a deeper level, forgiving someone else is an act of self-love.