Raising your vibration

I’ve recently read an interesting article on raising your vibration.

By feeling good now – as much as you possibly can – it will cause a vibrational shift in your emotional state and well-being.

We can raise our vibration by doing things that make us feel happy.

And avoiding those things – and people – which cause us unhappiness.

So here are a few ideas for raising your vibration:

  • Listen to happy music.
    The happier and more upbeat the better.  For me “Walking on sunshine” by Katrina and The Waves immediately comes to mind.
  • Watch a comedy.
    Be careful though that the tv show/movie is not about having fun at someone elses expense.  Or contains a lot of offensive language.  As both of these will have the opposite affect, and lower your vibration.
  • Connect with nature.
    Swim in the ocean.  Stand barefoot in the grass.  Sit under a tree (as the Buddha did, famously).
  • Exercise
    Run, walk, jump, ride a scooter, skip.  Anything that gets your heart rate increased and makes you feel energized.
  • Practice RAOK’s.  
    Do something nice for someone else.  Make someone else’s day.  Make someone smile.  All these things will lift your mood, and therefore your vibrational energy.
  • Write in a gratitude journal
    Being grateful helps you to recognise the world around you, and appreciate all the small things.
  • Spend time each day reading or watching something motivational.
    Whether it’s a blog, a passage of a book, a talk.  Anything that makes you feel inspired.
  • Enjoy the rain and jump in puddles

Remember – like attracts like.  By focusing on the positive – and living with happiness and joy – we attract the same back into our life.

Love & blessings,

Meg

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7 responses to “Raising your vibration

  1. very good advice! i try and usually do get up and upon leaving the warm bed, i thank God for another day of living, and have a bright outlook on life.

    • That’s beautiful Terry! I tend to get a little bit stuck in my own head, especially when I have a lot of things going on (as I do at this particular time). However I was grateful this morning, that whilst walking home from school, I was suddenly struck by the blueness of the sky, and how beautiful it was. I love those little things 🙂

  2. yes, the gratitude journal is a great idea. I started one recently and it actually makes you feel appreciative of what you have instead of sometimes thinking of what could be better ….
    Have a great day.

  3. Wow! What a wonderful post! These are solid and common-sense tips, yet why have I forgotten many of them? This is a list to be posted where I can see it every day! You are wonderful for sharing this. Thank you so very much. With warm hugs of gratitude, Gina

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