Our bodies are made up of energy meridians, frequencies and vibrations. Every cell in your body vibrates. Every object and thought has its own vibration. This lifeforce energy is what keeps us feeling healthy, vibrant, and full of life and happiness. When we are bogged down with negative thoughts, and spending time in negative environments, being exposed to toxic ingredients and toxic people, we start to lower our vibrational energy and attract more negativity and our body is less able to heal itself.
Thoughts are vibrations and whatever vibrations you are creating, will attract more of the same vibration. So the more you complain about something you don’t like or don’t want, the more it will keep showing up in your life. I’m sure you’ve heard of “The Law of Attraction”.
Raising your vibration is the crucial step that will make a difference in your health and well-being.
Disease is the result of a lack of harmony in your body – a blockage from the natural flow of healing energy that is naturally there from the day you are born – known as lifeforce energy, believed to radiate through all life forms.
Once we are able to get our body back into balance and get the positive energy flowing freely through our body, we are less likely to get sick. This sense of well-being begins to compound and your body is now in a positive state which raises your energy vibration, which attracts others who are in this same vibration and attracts other circumstances and situations in the same vibration: “Like Attracts Like”
Balancing your Chakras with Reiki is a great way to raise your vibration. Deep breathing exercises and meditation are also great ways to clear your mind and to be in the present moment, making room for positive healing vibrations.
One of the best ways to raise your vibrational energy is to listen to upbeat, inspirational music with a positive message.
Music has always been one of those things that I’ve enjoyed, counted on and appreciated my whole life. I think most people take it for granted. They don’t realize what an important role it plays in our lives and how deeply it affects us.
“Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.”
It doesn’t matter what genre you prefer or what instrument you might play, music is a universal form of therapy. Listening to it:
Studies have shown music therapy to be beneficial in the treatment of autism, learning disabilities, dementia and autism and even with pain management during labor and delivery!
Obviously, the lyrics in the song will have a tremendous impact on how it makes you feel because of the emotions it can evoke. Unfortunately, a lot of popular music that is on the radio is filled with either negativity or just empty lyrics that really have no meaning. I felt compelled to write about this song by Lauren Daigle , a Contemporary Christian Singer Songwriter – called “You Say”. She has a powerful voice and message that reaches down deep into your soul. The lyrics to this song are so moving and inspirational and will help lift anyone’s spirits that might be struggling with a feeling of loneliness or hopelessness. It’s very spiritual and a reminder that we are all beautiful and perfect and accepted by a higher being (God, The Universe, or whatever higher power you may believe in) leaving you with an overall sense of love and well-being.
“Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without.”