All curses seem to change the general mood of the person powerfully. What if someone had found a way to lock their mood in the highest state at all times. This theory comes from the idea of the law of attraction. As curses create nothing but bad luck, bad emotion and nightmares. Is it just the law of attraction that makes them work?. Would changing your mood. Say being in love or at a high vibrational state regardless of the circumstances break the curse?.
But arnt the emotions responsible for the synchronicy that curses abide to?. They first reconfigurr your feelings thus reconfiguring the algorithm of the collective consciousness of all things l, creating bad luck because all things are one?
The premise definitely has some merit, and it makes a logical sense. That is similar to describing how cultivating an atmosphere of positive energy (IE; positive emotions, safety, warmth, and support) will push away negative energies and entities because they lose their relevance and power.
I suppose the tricky part is in the details. Momentarily doing something that brings happiness or joy or contentment can push away negative quite quickly and effectively, but if the person doesn't deal with the source of the issue, that negativity returns as the positive energy and emotion fades back to normal. And if a person is holding on to that negativity themselves, they would almost literally be pulling it back to them.
So a sustained rise in temperament along with helping that person to let go of the negativity are important. it is good to make someone happy, but if even while happy they keep telling themselves 'but it will just come back', that is exactly what will happen. Curses (and blessings as well) are twofold that way.
A person initiates the curse, usually also revealing to that person the idea that the curse has occurred as well. the energies are committed and the other person then begins to feel the effects. However then the other person, being convinced they have this curse, starts to see evidence of it in even unrelated happenings. "I tripped. Must be the curse." "Dinner is burned, the curse again." "Damnit I slept in! it -must- be that curse!" and so on, reinforcing the idea and presence of the curse by fueling it themselves.
So providing some sort of upliftment or positive environment does push it off, but it more or less just creates an opportunity for the person to let go of the curse themselves, to release it once and for all.