I hope this message finds you well.
This week I want to discuss intentionally raising your frequency both internally and externally.
One of the best lessons I’ve learned and continue to explore is the knowledge of setting the frequency for yourself and your surroundings. When we make intentional actions to vibrate higher, we simultaneously, set up an environment conducive to our most authentic self. This is why it is also important to mind the company that we keep, as other’s frequency has a direct effect on us, whether we are aware of it or not. As you spend more time honing in and fine tuning your authentic frequency, you will be able to better decipher if other people’s aura is an energetic match for yours. It can be disheartening realizing people you thought were in your corner are actually secretly wishing for your demise. But remember:
How people act with or toward you is merely a projection of the internal peace or anguish that resides within them and you are not responsible for how they choose to behave. You are, however, responsible for protecting yourself and readjusting your external surroundings accordingly to maintain your highest frequency.
This is why it is important to know who you are and not allow the projections of others to deter or discourage you. However, this does not mean we should isolate ourselves in the name of maintaining “positive vibes only”, as that is just as equally dangerous. We must learn how to co-exist within our chosen communities and take both responsibility and accountability for our emitted aura, both internally and externally. While keeping in mind, that we all are human and are continuously shifting and growing to become more and more aligned with our best, most authentic self (showing grace for ourselves and others).
In the name of continuously growing, I recently challenged myself to be more intentional with the words I use with myself and my chosen family. I’ve chosen to “raise the frequency” by eliminating the seemingly innocent, unconscious phrase “What’s wrong with it?” that can unintentionally lower the surrounding frequency.
Although this may seem insignificant, it is small, conscious actions like this that slowly rewire and shift the unconscious to think more abundantly and less in a lack mindset. When you say, “What’s wrong with it?” that automatically equates lack; what is the thing in question lacking that makes it “wrong.” So, in choosing to shift that phrase to one of more abundance, such as, “What was the inspiration behind it?” I am maintaining/elevating the external frequency, while simultaneously, raising my internal frequency and awareness.
Check out my “Why I no longer ask, “What’s wrong with it?”” chat on my YouTube channel:
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