by Carol Lucia Lopez, CHt, PHYCH-K Facilitator, BQH Practitioner
“We attract more of wherever we place our focus and attention” is a well-known concept these days. We know what brings us happiness, but we typically focus on just getting through each day in the least stressful way.
So, how can we redirect our focus to minimize stress and maximize emotional well-being?
For me it’s doing PSYCH-K balances that clear my mind by releasing unwanted thoughts and emotions and replacing them with how I want to feel.
I shift my attention from how I feel, that is, stressed, to how I want to feel, that is, grateful and happy. My intention for the day then becomes to do things that make me feel those good vibe feelings, which in turn, raises my frequency.
What is frequency and how does it work?
If you’re an oldie, but goodie, like me, you’re familiar with the Beach Boys song, “Good Vibrations.” Good vibrations come when you’re doing, thinking, and feeling so good that your energy feels good to you and to others. It also applies to places and situations.
To understand how vibrations and frequencies work, know that everything is energy — humans, plants, chairs, thoughts — everything in our existence is part of an interconnected web of electromagnetic vibrational frequencies.
This web of energy is commonly referred to as a “life force” that connects a stream of consciousness between all atoms and particles in the universe.
Vibrations refer to the oscillating and vibrating movement of atoms and particles caused by energy. Even solid objects are made up of microscopic vibrating atoms that receive, store and emit energy. All humans and objects have an energy field with its own vibrational frequency.
So, I recommend that you start your day by connecting with your heart. Ask yourself: “What will make me feel fantastic today?” Physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
A good workout? A brisk walk? Petting your dog? Singing to your children? Dancing? Tai chi, Qi gong, yoga, prayer and/or meditation? Eating a nutritious breakfast? Feeding the birds? Whatever feels right for you, start your day doing it.
Take mental or physical breaks to reframe stress and focus on getting back to a place of high-frequency emotions and attitudes so that this becomes a permanent way of thinking and being.
Remember that finding the joy in each moment of your life attracts more joy into your life.