How Positivity Sets Your Vibrational Frequency
Everything is energy.
Whether it is the smallest subatomic particle or the largest star in the cosmos, the base of everything is energy. All energy vibrates at a frequency. And just like an older radio with a dial, you can tune into various frequencies. Sometimes you will get static while other times you will get a signal. Higher frequency vibrations are positive, while lower frequency vibrations are negative.
While this varies from person to person in the precise explanation of the feeling of vibration, when you feel good you feel energized. It feels as if you are more energetic and your ability to make things happen more powerful. Conversely, when you feel bad you feel sapped. It feels as if you are less energetic, your energy levels are lower, and your ability to make things happen less powerful. You may even feel as if you are “down” and lower energy — which could be translated to lower frequency.
Nobody but you can feel what and how you feel. When all is said and done, you can influence and control your energy levels. Were it not for outside input, this would be far easier. We live in a fear-based society. Fear is a negative, low-energy, low-vibration feeling. Because like attracts like, we tend to draw from the low energy of the collective conscious unless we make a mindful effort to do otherwise.
Mindfulness is your frequency tuner
The best way to overcome the influence of our fear-based society is mindfulness. Mindfulness involves you becoming consciously aware of your thoughts and feelings. When you are more aware of what you are thinking and how and what you are feeling, you become more capable of altering them.
This is not a quick fix. The truth is, however, that there are no quick fixes. No magic pills, no special exercises that will instantly change your life. Sure, people have near-instant epiphanies from time to time, but mostly that’s fiction. When you work on being mindful, you need to ask specific questions to know what’s actually going on in your head.
It may surprise you how often you are half-aware of the answers at best. This, I suspect, is due to the way our society encourages us to swim in the current of the collective consciousness. The collective consciousness is the result of the Law of Attraction in action. Like attracts like. Mass media creates a story, and much of that story is negative, fear-based, and focused on lack and scarcity.
You and I are frequently bullied into buying into that story, and further contributing to it. If you step away from the herd, do something unusual, take a risk or choose the unconventional, how do people usually react? Encouragement or discouragement? Do we tend to applaud the unique, or shy away from it? Mindfulness is your own thoughts and feelings helping to make your own choices, while positivity helps to raise your frequency. You are capable of creating amazing things. Don’t let the fear of the unknown keep your frequency low. Find positivity.
Finding positivity is not hard, but it does require action
Knowing that positivity raises our vibrational frequency, we can be more mindful of the frequencies our thoughts and feelings tune us into. When we use our awareness and work to consciously create our reality by seeking out positivity to raise our frequency, we ultimately empower ourselves. When we feel empowered, we become more aware and mindful and tend to spread that feeling to others around us. As such, we can build more positive feelings and positivity.
We can use the positive feelings this generates to dissolve negative feelings. When we eradicate negative feelings, we open up space to let in more positive feelings, and that is something we can be grateful for. Gratitude leads to happiness. Happiness is the ultimate positive attitude. An attitude of gratitude is a positive attitude that begets even more good energies, and that, like you, is always worthwhile.
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