OptimistLab tagged me for the High Vibes Game to share our secrets for raising our vibes and for promoting the new High Vibe It site, which is an interesting Digg-like site for high vibrational news. Without further ado I shall list my five favorite methods.
- Set up my energy fields with Crystalline Consciousness Technique™. This is a fast simple way to stabilize my energy fields regardless of the level of havoc occurring around me, or within me. I generally only need to do it once in the morning for the day, but if something particularly drastic happens, doing it again can be helpful.
- Release resistance. Sometimes my vibes drop because I am stubbornly resisting whatever is bothering me. Resistance is both futile and wasteful of energy, so the more I practice releasing resistance the higher my vibes go. Then I can use my energy either to change the situation, or change myself in relation to the situation.
- Redirect my attention to what I appreciate. It is usually easy to appreciate health, financial plenty, peaceful relations with family and friends, etc. Frankly, it is far more telling when I can appreciate something I do not want in my life at all. When I actually manage to do that, my vibes go right up.
- Spend time in the gardens and greenhouse or out on the river. I can depend on grounding with nature to raise my vibes. The mundane distractions of life disappear and the inner connection with growing, unfolding, and flowing reasserts its rightful place in my energies.
- Create a work of art. This one can really get my vibes running high, with one caveat. I do have to start at a decent vibrational level in the first place for it to work. If I am too tired, I would be better off choosing rest as the appropriate solution at that time.
I am tagging the following people for this meme and recommend reading each of their articles listed here. Instructions for participation are found at the OptimstLab.
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Lifelong Learning and New Neurons in Adults
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