If you admire the butterfly, then you have low vibration... A butterfly person will not be enamored with a butterfly...
The "I don't like" "I don't want" list, seems to be a very reliable measure of the size of your world and thus your vibration. (You may call it your frequency, or your vibrational frequency... but what the words indicate isn't real... your vibration is better defined in this article.)
When you have low vibration (under 200), the size of your world is tiny, mostly about you, your person, how you feel, etc.
I spent yesterday reading the novel the 1997 Dutch film (Character) was based upon. Of course they changed a few things, and the film left me in deep quandary. The title didn't make sense. The whole dynamic didn't make sense. So I read the book.
Most movies' ending is clear... this is probably only the second movie that left me with questions: WTF just happened? The other movie is the 2002 Chinese movie "Together".
Anyway, I read the Character book. It was written in 1938.
I did learn what the title was about. And I learned a lot more.
I found, during the call, that I still have a non-functioning segment in my brain, that is cold... dead? Muscle test says it's a part of the brain I could coax back to work, if I put the work into it.
That is me. I do what I need to do to grow, every day. And some days I grow, others I don't... but I DO WHAT I NEED TO DO TO GROW!
What do YOU do?
15 bucks to get your starting point measurements 1 .
You now know where you are, how your brain works, to what degree you are barking up the wrong tree, to what degree what you see is not what is there. You may also know the causes: your hydration is off, your diet is off, your attitude is off.
So you decide to do something about it... but... no change... or temporary change only.
Why wouldn't it work for you? It worked for me! It works for others!
This is what I'd like to talk about in this post. I even had some insight this morning. Maybe because I had the brain cleansing? I would not be surprised...
All my articles are inspired, are an answer to something that happens right now... something that asks for a new way of seeing things.
Today is not an exception. It's early and I have read only two of my emails, but the need to write an article is already there.... lol. The "bomb" is towards the end of the email, so try to hang in there: what you will learn there will first upset you, but has a chance to set you free... But the first part prepares it... Really.
M in Germany is looking at coherence and balance... and brings the following two visuals
Answers that sound like solutions... but aren't... they just hide the problem deeper... so we get further away from the truth.
Our ability to pursue our dreams can be inhibited by four addictions:
1. an addiction to what other people think of us;
2. an addiction to creating melodrama in a misguided quest for excitement;
3. an addiction to believing we're imprisoned by what happened in the past;
4. an addiction to negative thoughts that fill us with anxiety.
(Thanks to success coach Tom Ferry for these ideas.)
The good news is that it is your birthright to beat all four of those addictions. The work won't come fast or early, and it may never be perfect. But it's quite possible
The above is an example of how coaches teach us. It's all surface. Simple, easy, and not true. 99% of what you find in books on the internet, in articles, is simple, easy, and not true.
Explanations exist; they have existed for all time; there is always a well-known solution to every human problem — neat, plausible, and wrong. H.L. Mencken
Emotionally exhausted. This is how I was beginning to feel on a regular basis. Everything my kids did that wasn't “perfect” got on my nerves. If they argued with each other, I yelled. If they didn't listen to me the first time I asked, I yelled. If they had a complaint about dinner, I got annoyed . . . and yelled. Why was I reacting this way? Why couldn't I enjoy my job as a mother, and see the beauty in raising a family?When did parenting become such a burden?
It was something I thought about regularly, because I knew that the way I was being was not the kind of parent I wanted to be. I wanted to rediscover the enjoyment in parenting, but I needed to dig deep to figure out how to find it again.