I used to be the type of person who thought that I had to be perfect, as if being perfect were an attainable goal. That’s funny. That guy is dead and gone: forever.
All before my “awakening”, I just didn’t like me: at all. I would find ways of why I couldn’t do things that, deep inside, I wanted to do. I would deny myself. I successfully drove myself crazy. I didn’t have to listen to the negative words of others, because I was consumed by my own insatiable desire to discourage myself.
Damn. That’s jacked up. But where did that thought come from? I have come to understand that we all are created equally different, kinda like a vibration.
When you are born, you are assigned your own vibration. No one has been given your frequency, and vice versa. Then, you encounter other vibrations. If you’re not concentrated only on your vibration, you will start to degrade yourself by longing to be like someone else’s vibration. As a result, you begin to emulate their frequency (in this case, emulation is not a good thing). Not you, is it? Well how about this?
You start out life, vibrating at a resounding frequency, vibrantly moving within your own space. But then you get bumped around by life. People’s negative vibrations begin to cause yours to move less. Eventually, you go from operating in a very high frequency, easily audible to all around, to barely being heard at all. You’re doing yourself a grave disservice, and you’re telling God that you don’t appreciate the way you were made.
I hope that sounds bad, because it is.
The truth is that we were all created to vibrate within our own space, freely. Our vibrations were never to be used to overtake anyone else’s space. That was never in the plan.
And so, due to believing the lies of others that their vibration is better than yours, you have to learn how to vibrate freely again. But wait: there’s help. As it took a process for things to impact you negatively, so it will take time for you to find your heart’s frequency again. It can be done, though.
I am here to tell you, I have begun to not only hear my heart’s frequency again, but I love the sound it makes.
Until next time,
Love & Peace.
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that is a good analogy
Thank you. I’ve been inspired by different things I’ve heard, but I’m not sure where that analogy came from. It took shape all on its own.