To those who do not believe in spirituality, the phrase “raise your vibration” might sound ludicrous, whilst to those who believe, “positive vibrations” are as real as the sun and moon. But whatever your belief, there is a middle ground here, and it’s something that can benefit you with or without your believing in it.
Here is the thing, when people mention “vibrational energy” what they are referring to is your complete state of being. The idea of “positive vibration” runs on the line of thought that everything is made up of energy – and energies vibrate in certain frequencies under certain conditions.
Hence, when a thing’s frequency of vibration is low (as is the case of ice), it is considered to be unexciting, dull, dark, and even evil. Whilst, when a thing’s frequency of vibration is high (as is the case of fire), it is considered to be exciting, lively, bright, and even good.
It is in the same vein that positive emotional states – such as happiness, peace of mind, laughter, and bliss – are associated with “high vibrations” or “positive vibrations”, whilst negative emotions – such as anger, hate, jealousy, sadness, depression, etc. – are associated with “low vibration” or “negative vibrations”.
And it goes further; “things” and “circumstances” that lead to unhealthy, toxic, or negative states of being are also considered to be “low vibrational” or to have “negative energy”. For example, junk foods, cigarettes, smoking, cheating, lying, and other toxic things/behavior/circumstances are considered to bring down your vibration because they have “negative vibrations”.
Whilst, things and circumstances that lead to healthy or positive states of being are considered “high vibrational” or to have “positive energy”. For example, vegetables, exercise, honesty, love, and other beneficial things/behavior/circumstances are considered to increase our vibrations because they have “positive vibrations”.
Now, whilst this may or may not be practically connected with the cosmos' “vibrations of energy”, it surely helps you with a compass – to help you make better choices. And the compass is quite easy to read: All you have to do is ask, “would this thing/behavior/circumstance bring about a positive change to my entire being?”, “would it be good for my general well-being?”
“Would smoking be good for my lungs?”, “Would lying be good for my reputation?”, “Would cheating be good for my relationships?”, “Would listening to this music improve my mood?” … “Would this thing be good for me, or am I just doing it because it feels good?”. That is the idea.
Now that you get the idea, below are some practical tips you can apply today to drastically raise your “positive vibrations” – aka well-being
Thanks for reading…till next time, good vibes only.
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