How do we keep our own energy vibration high enough to ensure personal health?
The first step is to define “health”? In the previous set of questions I answered, I explained that we have four distinct levels of Being. (To repeat: we have four “bodies” or “fields”; emotional, emotional, mental and perceptual/spiritual.) So, where do we understand the problem to be? Where do we envisage health needing to be restored?
Sometimes pain or dysfunction has a purpose, in order to bring our attention to something that is not healthy, or that we consistently overlook. I am currently dealing with a threatened re-appearance of cancer which I controlled for almost 20 years. The immense fear I faced, made me take a good, hard look at my life. I can see where I’ve wandered, innocently and inattentively, into danger. I thank my body for this wake-up call … or I will, when I get over the shock!
Gary Young, author of “Aromatherapy: the Essential Beginning”, and Bruce Tanio, inventor of the first frequency monitor, states “that the normal frequency range of the human body is between 62-68 MHz, but if it drops below that, the individual becomes a candidate for illness. Cold symptoms appear at 58 MHz, flu symptoms at 57 MHz, Candida at 55 MHz, Epstein Bar at 52 MHz, and cancer at 42 MHz Stated simply if we can keep the body frequency high enough, and well oxygenated, we will be free of disease.”
The Harmonic Scale of Emotion, as described by Robert Tennyson Stevens, indicates which emotions have a high frequency, and which ones do not. The higher frequency emotion is enthusiasm, Love and joy. This is followed by pain (emotional or physical) which is followed by anger. The next lowest frequency emotion is fear, which is followed by grief. Below grief is apathy. Finally, the lowest frequency emotion is unconsciousness (meaning it is so awful we have completely blocked out these situations from our lives). If we are experiencing anything less than enthusiasm in any area of our life, we have lowered our frequency and are running the risk of dis-ease.
In addition to emotion, we expose ourselves on a daily basis to a number of environmental contaminants, from the food we eat to the conditions we live in. Many of the animal products we consume, unless fortunate enough to have access to “happy chickens” or “contented cows”, is already loaded with chemicals used to keep the animals healthy. The stress experienced, often when the animas is conscious that it’s being is fattened for the table, the way it is slaughtered, or the coldly efficient conditions in which it lives, fills the body with adrenalin. If you imagine the lack of happiness the animal feels when it lays its eggs, or gazes at the sky through steel mesh or fences … is there any wonder that when we consume the meat, milk, eggs, there is little happiness or health in what we eat.
The same applies to crops grown in depleted soil, or under harsh conditions.
I understand that this is how it has to be; in order to feed the increasing population and to keep production high; farmers and producers have to resort to this way of farming. I am also aware of the state of almost-“warfare” being wages by big companies. I’m not opening that door….
But, there are ways we can take personal responsibility to keep our own vibration levels high: to replace or realign this energy by regarding your food as a Blessing. The late Dr Emotio shared his research on water, and how the water crystals respond to emotion. By simply saying “thank you” to the food you are about to consume, you already raise its vibration.
Try not to overload your body. Try to eat as fresh and simple foods as possible. Keep your palate pure and enjoy your food, appreciate it, taste it, value it. Train your taste to need less salt, less sugar, reduce the amount food that is fried or over-sauced. Eat seasonal food, ideally food that is grown close to where you live, so as the food is assimilated by your body, the energy is familiar.
Enjoy your body, your abilities, your senses, your skills, your strengths and your weaknesses. Enjoy what you can do – even a walk around your garden (or your living space) will do. As you walk, tune into your body and be grateful that you can wiggle your toes, or stretch your leg, or bend your knee. Appreciate the fact that you can hold a cup of tea, stroke a child’s cheek or hug a friend. Value the senses that allow you to smell a flower, listen to the wind, or see the beauty of the sunset. Enjoy a giggle with a friend, or see the wisdom in those you love. Take the time to focus on the small things, be glad for what you have – not long for the things you don’t.
Let go of the blows and wounds you have experienced. Think of the Samurai sword; this is an object of beauty and reverence; of immense power and focused purpose. Think of how it was formed – thrust into a fire, bent and beaten 4 000 times (or so I’ve been told.) See your own life in relation to this? Maybe you’re on your way to being a
Samurai sword? Know that you are equally revered and valued, powerful and filled with purpose.
Breathe deeply and fully. The air we breathe is loaded with the life force we also identify as Chi, Ki, Prana, love, energy, health, Blessings, or some other name – they all mean the same. The act of consciously breathing in and then breathing out will slow you down, give you time to think, make gaps in the barriers and walls that stop you moving forward.
I did a course a few years ago, a very interesting course, and very valuable. The greatest gift I took away from that course was the word “Respect”. We toss that word around without thinking, and frequently without using it properly. This is a powerful word: Re-Spect –look again, see things from a different perspective, see another side, re-evaluate, re-consider, re-view, re-inspect or examine again. When we respect ourselves, we give ourselves permission to be the best we can be, released from the burdens we carry of inevitable outcome – perhaps despair, failure or disappointment.
Your body has a great deal of wisdom because each cell is a sentient Being. I will talk more, at a later stage, about Body wisdom, but for the moment knows that pain is a communication from your body to you. BUT if you don’t pay attention, and you force your body to communicate more forcefully, there WILL come a time when you have no option but to listen.
Your body will ALWAYS have the last word! Argument, bargaining, forcing, negotiation … none of it works. Keeping the vibration high is the only thing that keeps your body happy. Remember that you have four aspects – four bodies. This applies to all of them, equally. Keeping the physical happy at the expense of the emotional does not work. Keeping the mental happy at the expense of the physical does not work either. Keeping the spiritual happy at the expense of the mental – recipe for disaster. They all have to be respected, valued, and supported.
How do we do this? You listen to how these “Bodies” guide you, listen to your own level of health … learn from your own inner tuition.