What You Vibrate Is the Key For Change

What You Vibrate Is Key For Change 

When you’re looking to bring something new into your life, or change an old outdated, dysfunctional pattern it can sometimes be a challenge.

The common mistake that a lot of people make is that they think it’s all in their head. Various Law of Attraction people will tell you that when you change your thoughts and focus on new positive thoughts, or a new intention, then that’s how you change your reality. That’s true, or at least partly true, and can work for people. However it is not the full story.

Your emotions are part of the story too, and often are more important than your thoughts. How you feel about things has a tremendous affect on your energy. If you are a person who suppresses, represses or negates how they feel about something, and try and tell yourself that everything is okay, then you’re most likely to keep on attracting difficult experiences into your life, as that’s what is sitting in your energy field.

So, when you’re looking to change something or bring something new in, and you’re visualising it happening and connecting with the positive emotion and perhaps even using some positive affirmations to accompany that process, then you’re definitely on the right track…and have a good chance of getting good results. But is that enough?

We use a similar process in hypnosis called “Future Creation” where we get clients to do exactly that – imagining themselves in the future having success with “whatever it is”, and really getting into the emotions of feelings of having succeeded. It works really well because when the client is in hypnosis, then the subconscious mind can be re-programmed, and that’s vital.

The Law of Attraction works on the simple principal that you attract to yourself what you vibrate out into the world/Universe. And the key word there is “vibrate”. Your vibration is essentially your energy, so it is composed of your thoughts, emotions and everything else that makes up you – including what’s in your subconscious. And that’s where you need to make the energy change – in your subconscious. For if the change is not made in your subconscious, then that change is a lot less likely to be permanent.

I used to have a quote (supposedly by Einstein) on the front of my hypnosis leaflets that said “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” i.e. you need to get into the subconscious to make permanent change.

When I used to teach Reiki, I noticed that many Reiki students often had significant life changes after a Reiki attunement, often with things and people  falling out of their life fairly spontaneously. A Reiki attunement can have quite a powerful effect on the subconscious and the energy field, and consequently the receiver changes their energetic vibration and thus their life changes. Often though, I found that it was the Reiki students who practised self-Reiki on themselves after the attunement that experienced the most change. Quite simply, they committed to the new vibration.

And of course other activities and therapies can of course make change for you too. A lot of my regression clients frequently have similar experiences after sessions, and especially those who do something different i.e. again commit to the the new vibration. Other things are less permanent.

If you go on holiday, then hopefully your vibration changes as you relax. However when you come back from holiday it’s likely you will slip back into old ways and thus your old vibration and that change will likely disappear.  Likewise, if you do a detox, it’s great for you, and you will change your energy, however unless you are able to maintain that new vibration, then the change won’t last. Healing sessions and massages can have the same effect, and that’s why a good therapist will encourage you to go regularly, and a good client will commit to that too.

So what do you need to do to make permanent change?

  • Making a lasting change to your vibration is the single most important thing.

And whatever you do to make that change, then commit to the change by doing something different on an ongoing basis.  That commitment might be as simple as maintaining a positive mental and emotional attitude towards your new self.  You might even like to take up a meditation practice, journalling practice, yoga practice or whatever it is – they will all help to keep your new vibration maintained.  It’s an old cliche that “when you keep doing the same thing, you get the same results.” , however it’s true. So, you need to do something different to get different results.

  • Make the change in the subconscious is also very important – regression, hypnosis, sound healing, EFT, theta healing etc all work and can all promote change in the subconscious.

You are a product of our history – current and past life stuff, and ancestral patterns and the like – and it is usually necessary to let go of whatever that particular part of your history is, in order to make a positive move forward. You need to stop the old record playing and put a new one on the turntable. However you do that doesn’t matter, so long as it is effective.

  • Stay committed to your new change – old fears, doubts and insecurities may well surface and that’s okay. It is important to acknowledge and deal with them because if you don’t then they get pushed down into your subconscious and affect your vibration.

The 21st century way is to try things to help make change, and then not commit to the change afterwards. Then people try something else to make change. Commitment and focus are much rarer qualities and they are essential tools for personal development.

In a short phrase when you want to make change stick, then “Be the change that you want to see in your world”

“Never mind what is. Imagine it the way you want it to be so that your vibration is a match to your desire. When your vibration is a match to your desire, all things in your experience will gravitate to meet that match every time.” Abraham Hicks


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