I love Deliberate Creation. I love the practice of manifesting and attracting selected experiences into my life. Like Attracts Like.
Match my vibration, draw from inspiration and allow it to unfold. Easy. Simple.
I have multiple tools for when I need support raising my vibration or to gather information so as to make the most of my feel good action. Music, Videos, Books, Podcasts, Vlogs, Blogs, and Support Groups [insert whatever is your ‘go-to’ tool]. All these are awesome tools that help further and support the practice of personal vibration management.
Finding the inspiration and a feel good action is at the core of staying in the vortex and connected to the source. Inspiration is everywhere and I know The Source is always guiding me. My success comes down to me being a vibrational match to that frequency so that I am able to pick up on that guidance.
There is, however, another side to these ‘go-to’ tools that sometimes don’t have the same intended effect.
On a few occasions in the past when I found myself unusually restless, feeling emotional or anxious; I’d reach out to my ‘go-to’ tools to raise my vibrations. Innocent right? Yes, until on a couple of occasions I caught myself being in an irritable mood because I had consumed ALL of the new content for ALL the blogs, podcasts, and vlogs I subscribe to.
The irritability did take me by surprise. These were the tools that are supposed to help me right?
The more I thought about this behavior, I knew that I had just experienced the phrase ‘any strength overused becomes a weakness’. And I was using these tools as an escape to dealing with my thoughts and feelings; to a point where they became distractions that blocked my ability to listen in to my inner guidance. It became all about the external input.
I think it can be ease to get trapped in that cycle of continuous external stimulation, move from one tool to another; because these external inputs provide immediate relief from the restlessness, anxiety or troubling emotions.
At some point, however, we have to get down to doing the work with our thoughts. That means letting those ‘not so good’ thoughts and feelings have their day in the sun.
What we don’t want to do is sedate the ‘how I am feeling’ by drowning in external distractions; or rush to find a solution, or suppress the energy in the hopes that it will go away.
After all, we know better than to stick our heads in the sand to avoid being seen!
As humans we all experience dip in our vibrations, it’s perfectly normal if we get angry or hurt or feel anxious. The more we try to avoid feeling these feelings or get into action to get rid of them because that’s what is expected or maybe attempt to ignore its existence by external distractions; the more we will find that it doesn’t hold for long. They always find a way to re-emerge.
Have you found yourself reaching for these innocent external choices to escape your emotions? Or do you know where to draw the line?
It’s worth remembering that these well-meaning tools if overused can become the new age intellectual sedation's that block our connection to the source and distract us to a point were we are no longer able to listen to our inner guidance.
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