By: Kimberly Babin
It is important to understand the power that our own energy possesses. When someone enters a room and you instantly feel happier, more at ease, and more energized, you are experiencing the energy that person brings. What energy do you bring to the room?
Everything is energy, vibrating at a certain frequency or rate. Raising your own vibration allows you to lift yourself out of lower-vibrational thoughts and feelings. When we are feeling amazing, lit-up, energized, happy, passionate, our vibration is raised. This allows us to act and be in alignment with our truest highest self. We feel more confident and motivated, and we take actions that express this, and create more freely.
1.} Take notice of the people, places, and things that energize you.
Is there a certain song that makes you feel happier just listening to? Who do you interact with that leaves you feeling inspired and passionate? Do you feel more energized after dancing, running, or reading a certain blog? It is of value to recognize anything that consistently is capable of simply making you feel good, and curating more of those experiences into your life.
2.) Re-evaluate and eliminate.
If there is someone or something that consistently makes you feel negative emotions, or drains you, it is important to evaluate, and eliminate. There are some circumstances that can feel hard to escape such as a difficult boss that you encounter daily. If you can’t cut them out, investigate ways to either narrow the effect on you, or counteract their vibration with your own. If you smile when you see them, does your interaction change?
3.) Cultivate the ability to maintain your own vibration.
Our control over outside forces is limited and so it is necessary to cultivate the ability to control your energy and vibration even in challenging situations. If feel yourself encountering a force that threatens to lower your vibration, experiment with what you can do to maintain a good feeling. If we realize the power of our own energy, we may be able to transform perceived difficulties into more positive experiences. A starting point may be asking what possible good there is in the situation, accepting that the situation is temporary, or reminding yourself of other perceived losses that turned out to be for a higher good in the end.
Fully Alive 101 2016