Have you ever heard anyone talk about how to raise your vibration?

In these challenging times, it may be worth it to take the time to raise your vibration. What does that mean? Everything in the universe, literally everything even solid things, is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. This is important because emotions vibrate in your chakras and aura. The vibration you’re operating at will attract other people and experiences that vibrate at a similar frequency. For people in recovery, this is especially important because guilt and shame resonate with the lowest vibrations in the emotional spectrum, and elicit the lowest behaviors–blame, humiliation, destruction.. They must be changed for people seeking a new experience in life because low vibrations will bring you down in every way, emotionally, spiritually, and physically.

On the other end of the spectrum, you will find love, joy, enlightenment, and peace. They illicit wonderful responses and behaviors and vibrate at the frequency we want to be on. Even if you’ve had negative past experiences, or are dealing with disturbing events right now, you can do many things to nurture yourself

“Everything in life is vibration.” –Albert Einstein

Here are a few actions that will help you raise your vibration

Self-care and self-love

Like Rupaul says, “How you going to love someone else if you can’t love yourself.” When we hold anger, resentment or jealousy inside, it’s often the result of not loving ourselves enough. When we are physically and spiritually balanced, we naturally care less about other people and what they think. Make sure your lifestyle is loving to your body and mind. Get enough sleep, get enough water, stretch, exercise, take care of your emotional health. Plan activities that will nourish your body and brain. Self-love matters!

The company you keep

Do not spend time with people who make you feel bad. Do not spend time with people who complain and have a dark cloud hanging over their head. Have a friend who ALWAYS has a drama? Do you have to be their friend? Constant drama people are causing that drama with their vibe, I swear it be so! Cultivate friendships with people have what you want. Spend time with people who make you laugh and smile and feel inspired. It matters.

Gratitude

It is proven that gratitude helps with emotional and mental health. It also helps with raising your vibration. If you feel grateful for what you have, you will eventually attract more. Make gratitude lists, tell people you appreciate them and be the light you want to shine in the world.

Meditation, soundbath & crystal healing

All of these practices/activities promote mindfulness and help calm the nervous system. As for the soundbaths, we’ve known for centuries that sound is very healing for the body and brain. Soundbaths can help you feel less tense, angry, and can even lessen fatigue and depression for some people.

Nature

There’s vibrational shift in movement and when we interact with animals and nature. Take walks outside and be mindful about it. Notice the flowers or trees or even the clouds in the sky. If you’re lucky enough to live in a city with mountains or water, go look at it from time to time! It’s beautiful and soothing.

Disconnect

Now, more than ever, it’s necessary to turn the electronics off and just chill. Well apart from the FOMO or generally jealousy social media can elicit, the addictive programming behind apps and light from the screen can add to anxiety. Take the time to enjoy the sound of silence and give your eyes and brain a rest.

Release the negativity

Most of all, practice forgiveness. Holding onto anger, negativity, resentment, jealousy, or any of our other “lesser” emotions will create the vibrations you don’t want, and hinder the ones you do want. Practice holding onto the good feelings and releasing the bad. Feeling good and positive is the best way to raise your vibrations on the daily!


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Lindsey Glass

Lindsey Glass is the co-founder of Reach Out Recovery. Her 2016 ASAM Media Award winning documentary, The Secret World Of Recovery, has helped to lift the stigma from addiction and recovery and is used in recovery programs nationwide to show what life is like on the other side of addiction. Lindsey's teen prevention documentary, The Silent Majority, was distributed to PBS stations nationwide by American Public Television in 2014-15. Lindsey has written dozens of popular articles on recovery. She is a recovery advocate and frequent keynote speaker. Lindsey is the author of 100 Tips for Growing Up, My 20 Years of Recovery, 2019. Before focusing on recovery, Lindsey was a TV and screenwriter. She has worked in publishing, web development, and marketing.

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