So far, this week, we have been playing with emotions to help us recognise quickly when our vibration drops to a low level and to enable us to find ways to raise our vibration to a higher level, one more attuned to that of gratitude.
Today, rather than concentrate on two emotions at different ends of the spectrum, we’re going to work through a variety of emotions, each subsequent one carrying a higher frequency and vibration than the previous. This should help you tune even more deeply into your vibrational energy, not just so you can tell when your vibration has fallen to one associated with a more negative emotion, but to also notice how it changes subtly between emotions.
Find somewhere quiet to sit, on your own where you won’t be disturbed.
When you are ready, focus on the emotion of shame. Think of something you did in the past that you feel very ashamed about and focus on how that feels in your body.
Shame carries the lowest emotional frequency.
When you feel you’ve experienced shame in your body, then move your focus to the emotion of grief and take note of how that feels in your body and how it feels subtly different to the frequency of shame. If it helps, remember a time when you experienced grief.
When you are ready, move your focus to the emotion of anger. You’re only moving your attention to the emotion of anger. You don’t have to act out the emotion of anger. Simply feel it within your body and notice how subtly different it feels compared to grief.
Is the difference between shame and anger also subtle or a little less subtle?
Now move your attention towards the emotion associated with courage. How do you feel when you’re feeling courageous? Perhaps think of an example of a time when you acted courageously.
Can you feel a subtle difference in your body, in your vibration?
From courage we move our attention to acceptance.
When you accepted something in life, how did it feel? How does acceptance feel in your body? Can you see a clear difference between the emotion of acceptance and the emotion of shame, for example? And what about the other previous emotions; are there subtle differences between them and that of acceptance?
From acceptance, raise your vibration and frequency to that of love.
Think of someone, a person or a pet, whom you love with all your heart. How does that feel in your body? Can you feel your vibration become lighter and brighter as you move up the scale of emotions?
From love we move our attention to gratitude.
Do you notice a very subtle difference between how you feel with regards love and how you feel with regards gratitude?
The vibration of gratitude is equal to the vibration of joy, the 3rd highest vibrational energy, according to emotions recorded on a scale, next only to peace and enlightenment.
It might help to repeat this exercise a few times as the changes in your body may be quite subtle as you move up from one emotion to another.