It is getting more and more known that fear is a low vibration and love is the highest vibration. When trauma and grief occur in life we tend to live in fear, anger, sadness and other low vibration emotions. It is also becoming more known that disease and illness thrive in low vibrations. What does this mean? It means that the longer you stay in those low vibration states of being the more susceptible you are to disease and illness.
Think about the people you know who are sick. Are they positive, loving, happy people? Most of them are not. However, in times of trauma and grief happy, loving people do get ill. It’s a natural human expression and we are all susceptible to getting the flu or other when we live in the low vibration emotions or have long periods of stress or a trauma.
Recently I lost both my parents. I went through the stages of grief and depression because it’s healthy to allow the grieving, but staying there too long without any happiness or joy is unhealthy.
I was asked to write a short article on how I kept my vibration high amidst the trauma of losing both parents just three months apart.
I own Life Center and use the Harmonic Egg. It is sound and light therapy inside a chamber. It’s a brilliant technology to assist in resetting the body and nervous system to release trauma at a cellular level. Trauma can store in the cells and create patterns and habits for people that sometimes seem impossible to break. We can work to release the trauma at a cellular level to help create a new NORMAL for people. This new NORMAL can assist people to break those old patterns and habits and create newer healthier ways of living and being.
I see many people stuck in old patterns and habits and they want to change but can’t seem to get a handle on it. I have to say that using this technology has changed my life and I am a different person today. I used to be negative, judgmental, critical and just angry a lot. If you talk to anyone that knows me now they will tell you I am happy, calm, peaceful, positive and encouraging to all that I meet. I stay in a state of gratitude and love for all that I am and have in my life. I do not focus on what I don’t have or what is lost.
Keep moving forward and remember the Warlock in the Rudolph cartoon? The song he sang was, “put one foot in front of the other…”. That’s how I live my life. I encourage everyone to do the same!
Life is short, life waits for no one. Live your life moving forward.