Why your spiritual practice isn’t raising your vibration

I get a lot of people ask for their vibrational reading.

The feedback I get is their life experience matches my experience of them, and the vibration I say they are at... but they are puzzled that in spite of all the spiritual work they do or have done, their vibration is so low.

As I am preparing for the first session of the workshop, Playground, it hit me why.

No matter what you do, meditate, chant, firewalk, etc. unless your speaking changes you won't rise on the vibrational scale.

Positive thinking, the controlling your speaking in vogue, encourages you to lie about your life, about what you think and what you feel.

It is at the vibrational level of lie... you can gather it is very low.

Instead of trying to say something nice or positive, try to say something that is true.

But... and here is the problem, you have no idea what is true. No one (other than Landmark Education and little old me) teach you that as a transformational work, a way to raise your vibration.

And second problem: understanding how to tell the truth is worthless: unless it becomes real for you, unless it is as easy as walking, you will still be at the same miserably low vibration you are now.

In the Playground the whole workshop is about learning to tell the truth and it is real learning. No theory, no teaching, just practice. Correct practice. One-two hours a week.

After a few sessions you'll get the hang of it, but it doesn't become second nature, doesn't become how you speak until about a year later.

And then the world suddenly shifts, and becomes beautiful, friendly, and you become someone you can truly love.

No spiritual practice, so called spiritual practice, will and can come close to that, because this is the fundamental way of speaking that no spiritual practice, no spiritual teacher, no guru, no coach, no counselor ever teaches you.

Mainly because they themselves never learned it.

At the moment I am running an introductory special on the Playground. After the initial troubles... I predict technical issues, and such, the per session price will double.

If you sign up, you can grandfather yourself into the current price...

And you get a head start... the sooner you start the sooner you'll get the hang of it, the sooner you'll become that happy person you've been longing to be.

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Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

8 thoughts on “Why your spiritual practice isn’t raising your vibration”

  1. I would just like to say that I am so happy that I was a part of the first class of the Playground. I had many insights and Ah ha! moments, so much so that I was looking forward to the next class as soon as we closed. This was my first class with Sophie so I was one of the newbies and I’m not gonna lie it was difficult to speak the first time and I was nervous at first but as I began to hear what other people were saying and realize how I see similarities in my life, I began to get excited. It’s such a relief to know that our perceptions that we speak to others aren’t even close to being reality and that we can change them through practice. What a beautiful thing to be able to go back and change a perception that was rock solid, into a lump of clay that we can shape into something new, something awesome. Thanks Sophie

  2. Yeah, it was more fun than I expected. And seeing how fast you take to it. I have been trying to teach this through a different method for years, and it never worked…

    Thank you for sharing.
    Sophie

  3. This sounds really corny but it was like fireworks going off inside my brain, and the rush of adrenaline when I would have a realization was really cool. I wonder if anyone else felt something similar? Ha, I just caught myself, I was going to write, “or am I the only oddball?” That’s unreality because of the meaning I’m putting on my feelings, The truth is I had a great experience, period. I always do that, try to diminish a true feeling. What’s that about?

  4. I definitely feel different than others… always have. I have never really “fit in”, and I am very much O.K with that. I like being able to take in everything from all types of different people/groups and make something that fits me, not the other way around. I’m not sure that makes sense.

  5. Yes I think that is true. I guess it gets me attention, which goes back to the need to put self first. I really am so much more self absorbed than I really ever realized. Yuck! I’m not sure what to do with that.

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