SEVEN THINGS THAT AFFECT YOUR VIBRATORY FREQUENCY FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF QUANTUM PHYSICS.

Vibration in quantum physics means that everything is energy. We are beings that vibrate at certain frequencies. Each vibration is equivalent to a feeling and in the “vibrational” world, there are only two types of vibrations, the positive and the negative. Any feeling causes you to emit a vibration that can be positive or negative.

1st.- THE THOUGHTS
Every thought emits a frequency towards the Universe and that frequency returns towards the origin, then in the case, if you have negative thoughts, of discouragement, sadness, anger, fear, all of that turns towards you. That is why it is so important that you take care of the quality of your thoughts and learn to cultivate more positive thoughts.

2nd – THE COMPANIES
The people around you directly influence your vibrational frequency. If you surround yourself with happy, positive, determined people, you will also enter into that vibration, now if you surround yourself with complaining, cursing and pessimistic people, be careful! Well, they may be decreasing your frequency and as a consequence preventing you from making the Law of Attraction work in your favor.

3rd – THE MUSIC
The music is very powerful. If you only listen to music that speaks of death, betrayal, sadness, abandonment, all that will interfere in what you vibrate. Pay attention to the lyrics of the music you listen to, it may be decreasing your vibrational frequency. And remember: You draw into your life exactly what you vibrate.

4th – THE THINGS YOU SEE
When you watch programs that deal with misfortune, death, betrayal, etc. your brain accepts that as a reality and releases a whole chemistry in your body, causing your vibrational frequency to be affected. See things that do you good and help you vibrate at a higher frequency.

5th – THE ENVIRONMENT
Whether at home or at work, if you spend much of your time in a disorganized and dirty environment, this will also affect your vibrational frequency. Improve what is around you, organize and clean your environment. Show the Universe that you are apt to receive much more. Take care of what you already have.

6th – THE WORD
If you tend to complain or speak badly about things and people, this affects your vibrational frequency. To maintain your high frequency it is essential that you eliminate the habit of complaining and speaking badly about others. Then avoid making dramas and victimize yourself. Take responsibility for the choices of your life.

7th – THE GRATITUDE
Gratitude positively affects your vibrational frequency. That is a habit that you should incorporate right now into your life. Start to thank for everything, for the good things and those that you consider not good, thanks for all the experiences that you have lived. Gratitude opens the doors for good things to flow positively in your life.
Now … have you thanked today?

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So choose your vibrations consciously 😊

LIFE CHANGING BENEFITS OF MEDITATION

LIFE CHANGING BENEFITS OF MEDITATION

We can all admit that these days, life is becoming nothing less than a rollercoaster. All we ever do nowadays is work, run and manage our hectic schedule. We rarely have time to look after ourselves and our minds. In this scenario, meditation is the best way to preserve your sanity. Meditation is a routine process of training your mind to focus, increasing wakefulness of yourself and the surroundings. It is the best way to deal with stress and anxiety, and also helps in developing concentration. Not only that, but meditation also makes you more empathetic, lightens your mood and develop self-discipline.

1. It reduces stress.

Stress reduction is one of the main functions of meditation. Stress-related problems can include depression, anxiety, insomnia, unhealthy decrease or increase in appetite, fatigue etc. Mindfulness meditation can help you combat stress by only 20 minutes per day and its effects are life-changing. 

2. Controls anxiety

Routine meditation in decreasing anxiety, phobias and OCD problems. It also helps to decrease the risk of phobias, paranoia and panic attacks. Yoga and meditation have the power to help people lessen anxiety-related issues. Meditation also helps in controlling work pressure and job stress.

3. Increases concentration

Meditation can help you concentrate better and maintain focus. You may say definite results in as little as three days of practicing meditation. Meditation is also said to even reverse those patterns in the brain that contribute to mind-wandering, worrying and reduced attention.

4. Better sleep

A majority of people struggle with insomnia these days. Regular and effective meditation helps people control runaway thoughts that often cause sleep deprivation or insomnia. Plus it also relaxes your body, helping you wind-down from everyday stress and struggles which results in you falling asleep faster, easily and peacefully. It helps in improving the quality of your sleep.

5. Makes you kinder

If you wish to particularly increase positive feelings, thoughts and actions towards both yourself and others, you must get into a habit of practicing meditation. By habitual meditation, you will learn how to be kind towards yourself and surroundings, and forgive easily. Meditation makes you compassionate. 

Remember that meditation is a gradual healer, but it doesn’t take much effort to get into the habit. Anyone can improve their mental and emotional health through meditation and it can be done anywhere and anytime.

HOW TO MANAGE STRESS & ANXIETY?

In this time and age, having stress and anxiety is next to inevitable. Managing work, relationships and mental health can be a great deal, right? Almost 70% of adults in this era live with constant stress and anxiety daily. To help you get rid of this distress, here are some tips on how to manage and release stress and anxiety. 

REDUCE YOUR CAFFEINE INTAKE

We would suggest that you limit or reduce your daily intake of coffee, tea or any other energy drinks. Caffeine is a stimulant and often makes people nervous or anxious. Although it is scientifically proven for caffeine to be healthy, it isn’t always the same case.

MOVE

Physical movement is important to combat anxiety and stress. People who exercise often have a lesser chance to get stress or experience anxiety. Find what suits you best and you enjoy the most, it can be running, dancing, swimming, etc. Just make sure to do it regularly. 

JOURNAL

Whenever you feel stressed out by an event or responsibility, pour your heart out on paper. You don’t have to be the best writer in the world to maintain a journal. You can vent about whatever is stressing you out, or write a few lines in gratitude.

QUALITY TIME

Spending quality time with your loved ones whenever you feel stressed-out can help you get through it all. Take some time off your schedule and go out with your family or friends for a good time.

MUSIC

Music makes everything great. It has a very soothing effect on your body. You can go for lo-fidelity instrumental music, classical music or sounds from nature. 

LAUGH IT OFF 

It’s impossible to be anxious when you’re laughing. Not only is it good for your health, but it also helps relieve stress. So don’t think a lot and watch a funny video or show, or call some friends over. 

PRACTICE MINDFULNESS

Practicing mindfulness means doing things that bring you back to the present moment. Mindfulness helps you reduce negative thoughts, inducing positive thoughts and energy into you. Some ways to do this are yoga and meditation. Not just stress, but mindfulness can also help in increasing an individual’s self-esteem.

Lastly, always remember than you have the power to not let anxiety and stress take over you. Rest, but don’t quit. Relax, don’t panic and try to combat all the stress that life’s been giving you. 

Daily Dose of Affirmation

Each day you can journey from your Alpha (it begins with you) to your Omega, which in the teachings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, is the point within each of us where our inner spiritual nature meets our outer worldly nature. 

It is with this thought I bring to you daily dose of affirmations for your mind and soul. An affirmation a day, keeps the therapist away!!! Here are your affirmation for today :

  • Wonderful things happen to me because I live with an attitude of gratitude.
  • Gratitude moves me from perceptions of lack to manifestations of abundance in all facets of my life.
  • I am worthy of all that my heart desires. It is my divine heritage!
  • I am infused with a spirit of excess. Today, I give new life to my goals and dreams.
  • I create my own security.
  • I ask for what I need, knowing that the Universe responds
  • I manifest my goals at the perfect time.
  • I accept the miracles Source has for me.
  • I am the source of my abundance.
  • I focus on what I love and thus draw it to me.

Have a happy day ahead.

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Daily Dose of Affirmation

  • Wonderful things happen to me because I live with an attitude of gratitude.
  • Gratitude moves me from perceptions of lack to manifestations of abundance in all facets of my life.
  • I am worthy of all that my heart desires. It is my divine heritage!
  • I am infused with a spirit of excess. Today, I give new life to my goals and dreams.
  • I create my own security.
  • I ask for what I need, knowing that the Universe responds
  • I manifest my goals at the perfect time.
  • I accept the miracles Source has for me.
  • I am the source of my abundance.
  • I focus on what I love and thus draw it to me.

Have a happy day ahead.

How to be Happy in Life…..

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How to be Happy in Life…..

At some points in life, it’s not possible — or at least not easy — to feel happy. However, even then, it’s sometimes possible to feel happier. By taking whatever steps you can manage to give yourself whatever happiness boost is possible, you give yourself a deeper reservoir to deal with your happiness challenge. Here are some strategies which happy people follow everyday to stay happy, why everyday, you say? because it is a habit that you have build, it is a natural state of being.

1.They Practice Self -Care : It is easy to fall into a spell of procrastination and put off an appointment with you doctor or beautician because you are too busy, but self-care is crucial to your well being. Taking care of your body means loving yourself as a person – it goes way beyond aesthetics. Self-care can be as simple as splurging on a new bag or sleeping in for an extra 15 minutes in the morning.

  1. They are Open Minded : A happy person is always open to life and to what is can offer. It is important to have values and principles, but it is also crucial to stay open to change your mind and discover new things because openness and curiosity allow you to grow and evolve. Try to look at the world from a different perspective, or find a new hobby.
  2. They are Kind : A random act of kindness can mean a lot for the person that receives it, and there are so many things you can do on a daily basis to show compassion to the people you love – and also strangers. You can call a friend that you haven’t spoken to in a long time; you can make some cake and give it to your neighbors – and you can volunteer at a homeless centre.
  3. They Express Gratitude : We often think about what we do not have, instead of being thankful for the things we have and for the love we receive from the people who surround us. Gratitude has the power to reframe the difficult times and show us that we are lucky despite the challenges we face. It is a great habit to remember what you have before going to sleep, from simple things like a warm bed to the people who love you.
  4. They Keep Smiling : A simple smile can change the day of the person you meet. When you walk around, remember that everyone is fighting a battle, big or small – you cannot help everybody, but you can smile to show compassion and support. if you start the day smiling, the world will laugh back – positive energy attracts positive energy.

What do you thunk makes you a happy person. I look forward to seeing your comments. Take Care.

THE ART OF ANGER MANAGEMENT

THE ART OF ANGER MANAGEMENT

THE ART OF ANGER MANAGEMENT

“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.”                                                                     -Gautama Buddha

Emotion is the part of a person’s character that consists of their feelings, as opposed to their thoughts. Just like that, anger is an absolutely normal and healthy emotion, it makes you human. And since it is life and there are times when it gets out of control, anger can prove to be destructive, it can lead to problems—problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life.

The sole motive of emotions is to convey a message telling you about the effect on a situation on your being. Anger tells you if a situation is upsetting, unjust, or threatening. While it’s perfectly normal to feel angry when you’ve been mistreated or wronged, anger becomes a problem when you express it in a way that harms yourself or others. You might think that your anger is justified, but the truth is that anger is much more likely to have a negative impact on the way people see you, impair your judgment, and get in the way of success.

Some signs of an anger problem may include feeling a lack of control of your emotions, feeling depressed about your anger, engaging in or think about physical violence, having frequent arguments with others, feeling constantly impatient, people irritate you. If you struggle with anger, you also might experience physical symptoms, such as difficulty sleeping, heart problems, increased substance use, headaches, high blood pressure, and digestive issues.

Here are some techniques through which you can avoid the fury:

1.     Recognise the warning signs

When you recognize your warning signs, you have the opportunity to take immediate action so you can prevent yourself from doing or saying things that create even bigger problems in your life. Some signs may include pounding heart, sweating, anxiety, raising your voice, being overly critical of someone, feeling argumentative etc.

2.     Identify what triggers you

Look at your regular routine and try to identify activities, times of day, people, places, or situations that trigger irritable or angry feelings.

3.     Step Away From the Situation

 One of the best things you can do when your anger is on the rise is to take a break. Trying to win an argument or sticking it out in an unhealthy situation will fuel your anger. Take a break when a conversation gets heated. A time out can be key to helping you calm your brain and your body down.

4.     Get Your Body Moving

Anger gives you a rush of energy and one of the best ways to put that surge to good use is to engage in physical activity. Whether you go for a brisk walk or you decide to hit the gym, working out can burn off the extra tension. Regular exercise can help you decompress. Aerobic activity reduces stress, which might help improve your frustration tolerance.

5.     Change the Way You Think

When you find yourself thinking about things that fuel your anger, reframe your thoughts. Try and look at the situation in an optimistic way and try to be positive even if it doesn’t make sense to you at the moment.

You also might develop a mantra that you can repeat to drown out the thoughts that fuel your anger. Saying, “I’m OK. Stay calm,” or “This is not helping,” over and over again can help you keep the exaggerated negative thoughts away.

6.     Engage in a Relaxation Exercise

Relaxation exercises like breathing exercises and progressive muscle relaxation are two common strategies for reducing tension. Both exercises can be performed quickly and discreetly. Therefore, you must choose what works best for you and have patience. So whether you’re frustrated at work or you’re angry at a dinner engagement, you can let go of stress quickly.

Lastly, it is important to remember that anger isn’t a ‘bad’ emotion. It can actually help you to be honest or to stand up for something you believe in. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with feeling angry, what matters is how you cope with and express your anger.

THE ART OF ANGER MANAGEMENT

THE ART OF ANGER MANAGEMENT

“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.”                                                                     -Gautama Buddha

Emotion is the part of a person’s character that consists of their feelings, as opposed to their thoughts. Just like that, anger is an absolutely normal and healthy emotion, it makes you human. And since it is life and there are times when it gets out of control, anger can prove to be destructive, it can lead to problems—problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life.

The sole motive of emotions is to convey a message telling you about the effect on a situation on your being. Anger tells you if a situation is upsetting, unjust, or threatening. While it’s perfectly normal to feel angry when you’ve been mistreated or wronged, anger becomes a problem when you express it in a way that harms yourself or others. You might think that your anger is justified, but the truth is that anger is much more likely to have a negative impact on the way people see you, impair your judgment, and get in the way of success.

Some signs of an anger problem may include feeling a lack of control of your emotions, feeling depressed about your anger, engaging in or think about physical violence, having frequent arguments with others, feeling constantly impatient, people irritate you. If you struggle with anger, you also might experience physical symptoms, such as difficulty sleeping, heart problems, increased substance use, headaches, high blood pressure, and digestive issues.

Here are some techniques through which you can avoid the fury:

1.     Recognise the warning signs

When you recognize your warning signs, you have the opportunity to take immediate action so you can prevent yourself from doing or saying things that create even bigger problems in your life. Some signs may include pounding heart, sweating, anxiety, raising your voice, being overly critical of someone, feeling argumentative etc.

2.     Identify what triggers you

Look at your regular routine and try to identify activities, times of day, people, places, or situations that trigger irritable or angry feelings.

3.     Step Away From the Situation

 One of the best things you can do when your anger is on the rise is to take a break. Trying to win an argument or sticking it out in an unhealthy situation will fuel your anger. Take a break when a conversation gets heated. A time out can be key to helping you calm your brain and your body down.

4.     Get Your Body Moving

Anger gives you a rush of energy and one of the best ways to put that surge to good use is to engage in physical activity. Whether you go for a brisk walk or you decide to hit the gym, working out can burn off the extra tension. Regular exercise can help you decompress. Aerobic activity reduces stress, which might help improve your frustration tolerance.

5.     Change the Way You Think

When you find yourself thinking about things that fuel your anger, reframe your thoughts. Try and look at the situation in an optimistic way and try to be positive even if it doesn’t make sense to you at the moment.

You also might develop a mantra that you can repeat to drown out the thoughts that fuel your anger. Saying, “I’m OK. Stay calm,” or “This is not helping,” over and over again can help you keep the exaggerated negative thoughts away.

6.     Engage in a Relaxation Exercise

Relaxation exercises like breathing exercises and progressive muscle relaxation are two common strategies for reducing tension. Both exercises can be performed quickly and discreetly. Therefore, you must choose what works best for you and have patience. So whether you’re frustrated at work or you’re angry at a dinner engagement, you can let go of stress quickly.

Lastly, it is important to remember that anger isn’t a ‘bad’ emotion. It can actually help you to be honest or to stand up for something you believe in. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with feeling angry, what matters is how you cope with and express your anger.

How to Beat Examination Stress and Anxiety

The exam season is incoming and with it, come levels of stress and burnout which may hinder your studies or result in a confidence drop. People experience exam stress when they are anxious about their results, don’t feel prepared, don’t have much time to study, feel pressured from family to get good marks, feel the need to compete with others or have other things going on in their life. To avoid the anxiety and panic, we are here to your rescue with some tips to cope up with exam stress and to get done with them while taking care of your mental and physical health.Start right

To achieve your desired goal, it is important to start your journey right. Firstly, you have to find a quiet place to study without distractions. Set-up your study space, make sure it’s not too cluttered and has everything that you might need. Learn to make ‘mind maps’ and use them to collect ideas and thoughts, use bright colours to help you remember important points. Make a plan of what you want to work on in each study session and keep it short, one task at a time.
And most importantly, take frequent short breaks – use this time to have a snack or a drink, get something to eat or play with your pet. Just remember that the break doesn’t exceed a time limit of thirty minutes.

Set realistic goals
Remember that having too much on your plate also leads to massive anxiety and stress. Take things one day at a time. And in case you fail to achieve your desired goal, it will only result in you feeling worse about yourself and more stress. To avoid all this, accept your situation and work within the realms of what you have. This will maximize your productivity without the risk of burning yourself out.

Self Care! Self Care! Self Care!
At stressful times like exams, it’s important to take care of oneself, for the sake of your sanity. For this, you can try taking a hot bath with some incense aroma and meditation music or watch a feel-good or a funny movie for a momentary escape from reality. Allow yourself time to rest, you owe this to yourself after all the studying you have been doing. You can also try out some relaxation activities like deep breathing, mindful meditation or listening to music that makes you happy.

Don’t forget to nourish your body
This is the most important tip as people tend to ignore their bodies during stressful times. Avoiding giving your body the much-needed nourishment only leads to more harm. Don’t pull all-nighters, have a poor diet and don’t avoid exercising during this time as it can increase symptoms of anxiety. For your body’s best performance make sure to get a good night’s sleep. This gives your brain time to recharge and remember what you’ve learnt, eat a well-balanced diet – lots of fresh fruit, vegetables, cereals, grains, nuts and protein are all good for the brain and energy levels, avoid caffeine and drink more water and at least half an hour of exercise per day.

Don’t hesitate in asking for help
This involves all kinds of help and guidance that you may need. Be it from your teachers regarding any doubts that you may have while studying, any advice from your parents or even your friends for merely hanging out with you or listen to you venting.

Most importantly, Believe in yourself
You become what you believe, hence you should have tremendous faith in yourself as your thoughts can either be your biggest weapon or your biggest enemy. When being constantly faced with new challenges, we often forget to look back at how far we have come and how much we have already achieved. If you know that you have prepared well, there should be no reason for you to worry. Therefore, when experiencing a negative thought, try to replace it with a positive one. You can also try “I am…” affirmations every time you start doubting yourself.

Lastly, don’t measure your worth by how well you did in an exam. After all, it is just an exam and numbers do not matter at the end of the day. Remember to take care of the most important thing that is, yourself. If you’re feeling stressed about exams, just know that you’re not alone. Try not to lose your sanity and remember that you can do anything if you believe in your capabilities. You’re going to ace it!

Self Reflection – Happy Wednesday

It’s the middle of the week and already I am tired and overwhelmed. Well we all have weeks like these. Quite often people wait for holidays or weekends for self reflection. In my opinion though, self reflection is of utmost importance during the middle of a busy week. 

“The true purpose of self-reflection is to correct our mistaken thoughts and actions, and learn from them, thereby creating a more constructive life. Self-reflection is not just the simple act of discovering past mistakes and making up for these mistakes, like resetting a negative to zero. The ultimate objective of self-reflection is the development of a more positive self and the realization of a utopia on earth as the fulfillment of God’s will.”

~ From the book: Ten Principles of Universal Wisdom

Let us look at some habits which we can inculcate for self reflection and personal growth 

  1. Be honest : Being honest with yourself about how things are going and how you are behaving.
  2. Notice Behaviour Patterns : Be aware of your habit so you can actively weaken the ones you don’t want and strengthen the ones you do want.
  3. Be Able to articulate your core values : Take time to consider what’s most important to you so that you can evaluate whether or not you’re living those values.
  4. Be forgiving : Be gentle with yourself when you don’t get it right. We all make mistakes. 
  5. Keep track of your self-reflection : Start a journal where you record you observations and monitor your personal growth. 

So you do have a self -reflection routine? Share here with the larger community to help others. Looking forward to your comments :). Happy Wednesday!