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Why Should I Care About Vibrational Frequency?
Can you raise your vibration and elevate your frequency? Absolutely. It's possible we're often working hard to make up for a poorly programmed frequency.
*For your listening pleasure there is also an audio version of this article read by the author. It may include a few sidebars ;)
Vibrational Frequency & The Unseen
You know how plants lean toward the sun? Think of you in high frequency as the sun. Raise your vibration high enough in different areas of your life, and you start to cultivate a robust frequency. Our frequencies give us the ability to pull resonant things toward us. However, in current society vibrational frequency is mostly overlooked because it cannot be seen.
In the 1860s British surgeon Joseph Lister was openly mocked for his theory that hands should be washed, and tools sterilized, before surgery to get rid of invisible organisms. What we know today as germs. He theorized, along with French chemist Louis Pasteur (also ridiculed) that organisms too small to be seen were causing infections in patients.
People just couldn't believe tiny organisms were to blame for illness and post surgical infections. It was too much of a stretch for surgeons to think they should waste time washing something off their hands they could not see. 30 years later in the 1890s doctors still followed outdated methods. Change takes time. Especially when the reason for the change cannot be seen.
Polish physician Michael Sendivogius was similarly shot down for discovering oxygen in 1604. He described it as a substance in the air, "The food of life." His work was denied by generations of scientists and chemists after him until 1775. Now, the value of washing hands, and the fact that we breath oxygen are some of the most common beliefs in existence.
Society tends to overlook what we cannot see. Yet, as Lister and Sendivogius demonstrated, sometimes being curious about what we cannot see pushes society forward.
This is how I hope frequency will be seen 200 years from now. Common AF. Those of us comfortable extending belief to things that cannot be seen may have an advantage as some of the first humans to consciously tune our frequencies.
Vibrating Atoms & Raising Your Frequency
Frequency is the sum total of all high and low vibrations in a living thing. Lettuce has a vibrational frequency. A cow has a vibrational frequency. All matter is made up of vibrating atoms. Every atom has a vibration because of the electrons moving within it. In solid form these particles vibrate almost as one. Think of all these vibrating atoms and a human body. Each of us are a collective vibration of atoms. Every organ has a vibration, every emotion elicits a vibrational change, the way we speak to ourselves and others carries a vibration etc. Together, the hundreds of vibrations in our bodies make up our vibrational frequency, and collectively determine if we tend toward being a high vibration person or not.
We can also be influenced by outside vibrations. Think music, environment, and other people. Speak to ourselves more kindly on a regular basis and we raise vibration. Take an herb for liver health and we’re influencing our vibration in a small way. However, if the herb isn't a good match, we're lowering our frequency by adding a non-resonant element to our collective vibrational frequency.
Effects of a Poorly Tuned Vibrational Frequency
When we aren't aware frequency is even a part of our body to take care of, we are letting subconscious programming determine our vibrational frequency. The problem is when we act unconsciously we often let our past experiences, fears and old wounds dictate how we act, and what we believe is possible for us. Our frequency suffers and usually ends up attracting more of what we've already experienced. We don't get to experience things we dream of, and don't understand why, feeling confused because we are "a good person" so why didn't things work out? Especially because we work so hard!
Working harder often isn't the answer. It’s possible we are often working harder than needed to make up for a poorly programmed frequency.
I've noticed through my experiments that working harder and “doubling down” often isn't the answer. It can constrict frequency and keep it from expanding. Especially if we are working hard at something we don't care about, or don't want to do. If that’s happening we likely have a belief or fear keeping us in a job that isn’t a fit. Putting our effort toward resolving these low vibration beliefs or fears can add exponentially more value to our lives than working harder, and entrenching further, in to something that doesn’t feel right.
We are often working hard to make up for a poorly programmed frequency. (No shade toward the value of hard work, humans just haven’t known about frequency.) We can't draw what we want to us with ease because we aren't putting out a frequency that's a match to what we want- so we work hard to get it instead. This leads to exhaustion and an even lower frequency.
To be clear, I’m not endorsing the indolent. Someone sitting around watching TV isn’t going to raise frequency faster than someone overworking. It’s about feeling balance in the human body (frequency expands when we are in a balanced state) and being cognizant of where we direct our effort. There’s a difference between laziness and a balanced human who understands the value of rest.
I’m suggesting we shift some of our effort. Move some of it away from working harder and faster at a job we look forward to escaping come Friday, thinking this is the main way to improve our life. Try shifting it toward finding ways to raise vibration as a way to improve our life vs. working hard at a job we don’t like to make money and buy things to improve our life. Plus, using the latter process we are often rewarded with a higher level of consciousness. Practices that raise vibration also tend to push us down a path toward developing a higher consciousness.
“Working hard for something you don’t care about is called stress. Working hard for something you love is called passion.” ~ Simon Sinek
Without a well-tuned vibrational frequency our lives can be missing the richness of certain relationships, a sense of ease, that illusive business idea, or just time. Consider you have a frequency affecting your life, and the ability to tune it like an instrument by finding ways to raise your vibration. Let proof from experimentation in your own life dictate if you choose to believe frequency exists or not. If you'd like to join me in raising your frequency I look forward to having you in the community!
I’d love to see you again.