5 Ways Your Life Experiences Affect Your Vibration
What we experience in life has a direct impact on our energy and vibration levels. The way we handle these experiences can either negatively or positively affect the vibes we’re putting out into the world — and it’s important to know how they do both in order to find balance. Here are five ways your life experiences affect your vibration and some tips on how to change them if you want to raise your energy levels and match that vibrant vibe with what you’re putting out into the world.
1) Honoring Your Life Experiences
Because life is full of highs and lows, it’s important to give yourself time to reflect on each experience. When you honor your life experiences, you can more easily let go of things that are holding you back. Don’t run from your experiences—ask yourself how they’ve shaped you, and what lessons you can take away from them. The good news? This principle will help set your energy flow free.
2) Identifying The Energy Drainers
It’s important to identify your energy drainers—events and situations that leave you feeling depleted, overwhelmed, and uninspired. This is usually more difficult than it sounds, but a good way to go about it is to make a mental list of negative things that happen during your week. Did you get stuck in traffic? Did an e-mail from your boss stress you out? Did someone cut ahead of you in line at Starbucks? All those small things add up over time when left ignored. After you identify what drains your energy, take steps to protect yourself from them; for example, if traffic stresses you out every day on your commute home, try leaving work early one day per week (assuming there aren’t meetings) or adjusting your schedule so you aren’t working during rush hour. The point here isn’t necessarily to do less, but rather to balance your life with positive experiences. As you begin placing more emphasis on doing stuff that makes you feel great—whether its visiting friends, taking a dance class, or hanging out with your kids—your life will start flowing in better directions without much effort on your part.
3) Meditation & Visualization
When you are having a tough time, it can be difficult to see beyond your current experience. But by practicing visualization and meditation, you can start to shift your perspective. Visualize yourself in five years. Think about what you want out of life, out of your career, out of each relationship. Then visualize yourself achieving these goals—but only use positive language while visualizing. Rather than saying I hope I get that promotion at work say I am confident and deserving of that promotion. It might feel silly, but these mental exercises train your brain to think positively about what you want from life and help raise your vibration. Meditation is an easy practice that anyone can incorporate into their daily routine. You don’t have to spend hours on end to reap benefits either—just try 10 minutes before bed or first thing in the morning. Start small with just 5-10 minutes per day until you get used to longer periods of focused breathing, calming music or simple guided meditations.
4) Pay Attention To What Brings You Joy
Negative energy weighs you down. Positive energy lifts you up. While it’s certainly important to acknowledge negative experiences, it’s equally important to pay attention to what brings you joy. Notice and appreciate these happy moments—from a morning cup of coffee with a friend to singing in your car on your way home from work—by savoring them and feeling them in your body. What is causing you to vibrate higher? Take note of that and use it as an example when thinking about how you want to feel more often. And before you know it, more positive thoughts will lead to positive feelings which will lead to better choices which will lead to feeling better overall. It’s easier than you think!
5) Change The World
The easiest way to change your vibration is to start taking small actions today. As you take these small, conscious steps to improve your energy, you’ll feel yourself vibrating at a higher frequency. And as that vibration strengthens, you’ll also notice it has a ripple effect on those around you. Start by committing just 10 minutes per day to perform an act of kindness for someone else. You’ll be amazed at how quickly that action will affect your energy flow!
You Deserve Peace
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Yes, Energy Healing Can Help With Anxiety
High levels of anxiety can be crippling, making it difficult to perform everyday tasks and causing sufferers to want to avoid social situations altogether. If you’re among those who live with anxiety, you know how challenging it can be to lead a full life when you’re plagued by worry and unease. As an alternative medicine practice, energy healing can be used as a complement to traditional therapy in order to provide relief from the symptoms of anxiety and help you live your life to the fullest. In this article, we’ll explore energy healing as a means of easing anxiety and restoring peace of mind.
How Does Energy Healing Work?
Energy healers use their hands to manipulate your energy field to cleanse and restore balance in your chakras, but you can also use your own healing power through meditation and restore the flow of your energy. Chakras are believed to be part of our energy bodies and exist at points along our spine. Every person has seven chakras: crown of your head, the center of your head, throat, heart, solar plexus, sacral, and root chakra at the base of the spine.
What Is Energy Healing?
Energy healing is one of many different types of alternative treatments for physical and emotional ailments. When performing energy healing on yourself through meditation or while receiving energy work, people may experience a range of emotions and sensations. Energy healers believe that an imbalance in our body’s life force or vitality—called qi (pronounced chee)—can cause sickness and disease, which they address by redirecting our qi back to its natural flow and encouraging a state of relaxation.
Opening Up Your Chakras for Peace and Positivity
The goal of energy work is to open up our chakras for peace and positivity. It’s also a great option for those who suffer from emotional or psychological stressors as well. Healing therapies like Reiki and meditation can help alleviate anxiety and promote a more positive outlook on life.
Discover Your Own Healing Energy with Meditation
Meditation is one of those holistic practices that you hear about everywhere—but many people don’t know where to start. If you struggle with stress or anxiety in your daily life, consider adding meditation to your daily routine. The practice of taking time out of your day to focus on calming and centering yourself is a proven way to reduce stress and improve overall happiness levels.
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Trapped Emotions in the Body
If you’ve ever been in an emotionally charged situation, you know that emotions can feel just as real as physical sensations. When you get scared, your heart races and you sweat; when you get angry, your face turns red and you clench your fists. Emotions have long been theorized to hold the same power over the body as physical sensations do—especially for people who tend to stuff their feelings by holding them inside without releasing them.
Trapped Emotions In the Feet
The feet are responsible for carrying your entire body weight, which is why they can be more susceptible to trapped emotions than other areas of your body. For instance, having a long day at work might leave you feeling tired and frustrated. Instead of dealing with those feelings directly, you may choose to give yourself a foot massage—but by doing so, you might be unknowingly preventing your true emotions from surfacing. Just as it’s important to talk about these feelings, it’s also helpful to spend time addressing them through things like talking, writing, or drawing to communicate your frustration. Just make sure you don’t confine these activities to your computer screen! Whether it’s doodling on a scrap piece of paper or penning down some thoughts in a journal, try making time for these activities at least once every couple weeks and share them with a person you trust. When used regularly, these practices will help keep bottled-up emotions out of physical form!
Trapped Emotions In The Arms
The stress and tension of repressed emotions can often cause neck and back pain, as well as pain and numbness in our arms. Some aches and pains feel like they’re just there, or we see them as a natural part of getting older. What we don’t realize is that many aches and pains are actually trapped emotions manifesting themselves through physical pain. When we refuse to acknowledge how we really feel, it creates stress; when we ignore what feels important to us it creates fear; when we block out what could make us happy (what you really want), it leaves emptiness and desperation. Over time, these kinds of unresolved feelings become heavy, like boulders strapped to our shoulders. This stress can physically manifest itself into inflammation or arthritis in any area of your body—your body has to carry all those rocks around wherever you go! And if left unchecked, these feelings may even develop into more serious issues like fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome.
Trapped Emotions In The Muscle
All of our feelings have a physical representation, and when we get overwhelmed by emotion—whether positive or negative—our muscles get tense. This increases muscle stress on our connective tissue (and our joints), which can cause them to inflame. When that happens, it’s like burning money; inflammation is an expensive process that puts your body at risk for things like poor circulation, diabetes, cancer, etc. But all hope is not lost! There are ways you can find relief from trapped emotions before they turn into disease.
Solutions To Releasing Stuck Emotion In The Body
Massage and yoga are excellent ways to release emotions. Oftentimes when people are confronted with stress or are working on something they get stuck. When I teach yoga, I recommend my students use certain postures that help them let go of their emotions. Also, it is important for people to slow down and enjoy their day-to-day activities because oftentimes they get into routines that require them to move at a fast pace which can cause them not to focus on what is going on around them. It’s good for people to stop every once in a while and take notice of how they feel emotionally. Yoga helps us feel our bodies because we are inside it all day long; just feeling where your body contacts things like chairs, couches etc., will allow you to observe your feelings better than if you weren’t doing these types of exercises.
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