|The whole universe is in vibration. Vibration is under law. Each particular thing has its rate of vibration. What causes vibration? Mind, thinking. The vibrations reflect the nature of the thoughts being held. It is not the thought itself, but what we think about the thought. Thinking sets in motion the creative process. Vibration is the feeling that is the second step in the process.
When we encounter another being, human or otherwise, the vibration we feel is the nature of the thoughts that being is holding. Thoughts habitually held will become entrenched in the mind of the being; it becomes a part of who they are. While the thoughts can be uprooted, the longer they are held, the more difficult the task will be. This is true in both the positive and the negative sense. Hence, the value of Positive Thinking.
This is important to know in our own lives and the greater consciousness in which we live. Becoming aware of the vibrations that surround us plays a critical part in keeping ourselves safe from danger, and provides the opportunity to be agents of positive change.
We can send forth "good vibrations" of love, peace, harmony, and acceptance, which like a tuning fork, and very often bring the cacophony around us to harmony.
If the vibration is one of danger and/or violence, we can steer ourselves in a new direction, blessing the being or circumstance in silent prayer as we do.
Start today to "tune in" to your own good vibrations. Take time to become centered; pray, meditate, listen. During the course of the day, if you find your vibrations are "going south," turn them around. After all, these vibrations will draw like energy to you like a powerful magnet!
How? Use affirmations, prayers, and happy songs. Keep a "gratitude list," and review it when you are feeling funky. If all else fails, watch a funny movie or contact a positive friend for a "tune up."
Now, go enjoy those good vibratons!
|Reel Power: God Goes to the Movies!
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When Elizabeth is in the midst of a life crisis, the naughty invisible friend from her childhood; Drop Dead Fred, comes to "help" her. This is a movie about learning to love and empower yourself. Do you have a "Fred" in your life?