It’s time to raise our frequencies to a desirable height and keep it there! I’m finding it very challenging as the weather becomes warmer and more pleasant to sit still at my home office to work.
I find myself gazing to the right (out the window) or to the left (out the sliding glass doors) to hear the sun and fresh grass calling me. “Come on out…it’s way better on this side of the house.”
It makes me feel sluggish or unmotivated to finish the day when I know, as a New Englander, that warm, rain-free days are limited as with our short summer.
Sometimes, I just want to flee and lay on the grass or do some gardening before the workday is over. I start to feel sadness, boredom, irritation, and agitation. Then, the “little me” starts reeling its negative chatter.
It is in that instant…as soon as you feel whatever it is coming through, that you should take action. Recognize what the little voice is saying and how it’s trying to drag you down to a lower frequency. Then, go for the better feeling thought!
Yeah, right. That doesn’t always work for me, either. Sometimes, I just get into a funk and it’s hard to redirect it. However, I figured out a way that helps squelch the negative stuff a bit better. Instead of replacing the negative thought or feeling with words, visualize something pleasing, and sense the associated feeling that goes with that visualization.
The first thing that came to mind was my dog’s mouth, which to me is just precious and irresistible to observe. It looks like she dipped her lips in sugar, hence her nickname name, “sugah mouth” (I had to put the New England accent on that). It brings me a feeling of joy and immediately puts me in a happy mood.
This, along with other visualizations inspired me to reinvent my “vision-board-of-desired-wants,” to the “feelings-board-of-transmuted-funk.” I have to admit, this little board helps me redirect my feelings and thoughts right at the moment, and raises my frequency.
Create your own feelings board either 3D or digital. You can cut out pictures from a magazine, use photos, or you can pull photos digitally from your phone or computer. I simply took 6 pictures of my favorite happy-feelings-things. Then, using a phone app., created a collage board-of-happiness.
When you start to feel the funk arising, refer to your feelings board. Change it weekly or as often as you’d like. As you’ll see in my videos, nature brings me the most joy and highest vibes. Birds, trees, sunrises, sunsets, the moon, and flowers are my go-to, good feelings stuff. Anything that’s meaningful to you will works.
Above all things, be creative and have fun!
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I must say, I visualize all the time. Especially when I a m working in a windowless environment. I always find myself along the Swift River recharging.
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