The process of raising your vibration is a spiritual process. It is a process where you regain your power, you restore your soul to its rightful place, where you restore your Self to its fullness, and you become an individual.
If you are like most people owned by the Dark Side, i.e. you are 99.3% of the population, your whole existence, your attention is directed outward. You expect everything to come from there, meaning, love, respect, value, knowledge, even spirit. You think that by connecting to Source (outside of you) you become spiritual.
The purpose of meditation, real meditation, is not to calm you, but to take you away from the outside.
But real meditation is a meditative way of living. Mrs. Roosevelt said best: What other think about me is none of my business.
The only person that wants to be with others, wants to know what other people think, etc. is the person who has no self. Nobody home. Vacant. Empty. Machine. Second-hander. Wants to be told, given, filled up. Loved.
Your job, if you want to raise your vibration, is to fill that empty space with you, your self, your spirit, your being. It may take a long time, but it’s worth it, because your life can only be a reflection of what you are: empty, vacant, void of self: Your laughter will be hollow and pretentious, maybe even hysterical. Your sadness will look for a reason. But your sadness will be real.
So how do you do it? How do you get out of that life of void?
First step is to know what is the job you need to start: Turning away from the outside as the source of your being, to your own self. The emptiness you’ll experience will be real, will be excruciating, but there is no way to avoid it. Just be with it. It will soon be filled with your self.
The harmonize audio, or for some of you the “get into the present” audio will do the energetic part, don’t worry, they work, work hard. And for the pain, sadness, anguish over the emptiness, take copious doses of Heaven on Earth. If you are an empath or a sensitive, read the footnote: 1
You live in a castle with modern amenities, but you only occupy the maid’s room… because you are never at home. You live like a pauper, you borrow your feelings, your ideas, your likes and dislikes, you seek guidance outside of you, and you feel miserable. Then you come to me and you think that there is a magic bullet. Oh, Sophie teach me to connect to Source, that will make me happy.
But Source, as you say it, is like just another god, just another way to avoid being you, being with yourself. You hate yourself, you despise yourself, and the only reason you don’t kill that little wretched you, because you still have hope. But you hope for something from the outside, and that makes you even more wretched. You hope something for me, but I prefer to tell you that it’s hopeless! The way you want it, that is.
There is a whole unexplored universe inside you, beautiful, vast, magnificent. It is great, but you must cut your ties with all the borrowed views, all the interest in pleasing others. You can’t live inside and outside at the same time.
You can’t be a slave and a master at the same time.
In The Fountainhead, there is a character who wasn’t born to be a second-hander, a second-hander who looks outside for its own source. Gail Wynand. But he becomes a second-hander by seeking power over people. He is your proof that there is no joy, there is no fulfillment in being dependent on the outside.
The book is long, over 700 pages, and it is philosophical, with very long paragraphs, but it is a very good illustration of the producer, the moocher, the looter, and the in-between.
Dominique, the female of the book needs to cut her ties with what others think, what may happen (outside), what people can do to you, and only then she will become a real person. Until then she is an empty shell, without a Self.
I have a membership site with the online version of the book and the movie. It is useful to see the movie, though the story was altered by the author herself: she needed to fit a 700 page story into a 90-minute film. But you will be able to see the characters, and for most of you that will be useful.
If you are a sensitive or an empath, you will have an additional task: distinguishing what is your feeling and what is not your feeling. And most of the feelings you feel are not yours, as many as 90%. You will need to be able to observe the feelings like an ugly bug, that is not you. the Heaven on Earth doesn’t eliminate the feelings of others, but it helps with the reactions you have to those feelings.
For example, a feeling of doom comes and feels like yours… it will feel like yours. The mind says: Oh my god, what did I do wrong? What do I do now? Where can I escape? and that generates another set of feelings, and these are yours.
Once you can tell that the original feeling of doom wasn’t yours, you won’t react to it.