unaware of the possibility

Unaware of the Possibility

Most of the time, we’re truly unaware of the actual possibility within our lives. We may know about materialistic things we want, or how we might want to be perceived or how we may want to feel, but often we may not be aware of what we could truly accomplish. This is largely due to the limitations that we have been conditioned to believe, or from our environments. When we’re young children, we have grand imaginations that allow us to believe that we could be astronauts, professional athletes, performers, entrepreneurs, and whatever our hearts desire. We weren’t conditioned to use logic or make decisions based on fear and lack. We freely allowed ourselves to imagine.

As we get older, learned behaviors, traumas, and fear influence our decision making skills and limit our disposition to change. We get stuck in logical thinking patterns instead of listening to our intuition and we steer from our soul’s purpose.

So how do we create more possibility in our lives if we’re unaware of what is even possible? We have to uncover our limiting beliefs and fears. When you think about a desire or goal and find yourself thinking negatively or telling yourself you can’t do something, you are uncovering a limiting belief. The only way to change is to become aware of the things that need changing. Once you determine a limiting belief, you will be able to unravel the story behind it and heal.

If you can recognize that life can be different for you, you have already done half the work. Believe in the possibility that things can change. Change is the only constant in life. Believe that good things can happen for you. Believe that you will learn what you need to know when you need to know it. Show gratitude for your life. Recognize the abundance that you are surrounded with. Life can be easy and fun, and things can work out.

By adopting these beliefs, you will start to notice changes around your life. Things will start to fall into place, things will feel easier and more fun, positivity will be painted in your day to day life. Possibility will start to open up that you didn’t even know existed. You will be able to listen to your intuition and trust the universe.

This might not be easy for everyone, every person has their own traumas and past experiences that they have stored in their subconscious and their body. Energy Sound Frequency Therapy can help remove some of those stored emotions so you can release the past and begin to heal in the present moment, allowing you to create a better future.

If you have been feeling stuck and unsure of the different possibilities of your life, reach out to us to book a session. We’re happy to answer any questions.

If you’re interested in becoming an energy sound frequency therapy practitioner, visit our website here and reach out with any questions.

How To Heal Yourself

How To Heal Yourself

In our last article we talk about the mind-body connection in relation to disease. In the article, we mentioned Dr. Deepak Chopra’s Radical Well-Being and how he talks about the power of meditation. We’re going to go a little deeper into the importance of meditation and other lifestyle factors that can actually heal yourself.

  1. Sleep: Sleep is the number one thing your body needs. If you’re not getting enough sleep, your body is going through a significant amount of stress. This takes your body out of the parasympathetic nervous system and puts you into fight or flight. Have you ever gotten a poor night of sleep and felt extremely hungry the next day? When you don’t sleep your body produces less leptin and more cortisol. Leptin is the hormone that suppresses your appetite when you’ve had enough to eat and cortisol is your stress hormone. When you’re stressed, your body craves more food and if you don’t have hormones telling you when to stop eating, you may be prone to overeating. This alone can throw your body out of alignment. Cortisol can also mess with your mood, causing more anger. (Hello low vibes!)
  2. Meditation: Meditation brings our bodies into a theta frequency. When you are in a theta state you experience visualization, creativity, insight, peace, and you are connected to the universe. This allows you to decompress, and bring your body back to the sympathetic nervous system. This is where healing can occur. When we heal our bodies, we can experience more positivity, creativity and fun because we’re not reserving energy.
  3. Movement: Moving our bodies allows our lymphatic system to move and cleanse itself. A sluggish lymphatic system leads to lower immunity, fluid retention, and retention of toxins in our bodies. Movement also produces endorphins and other happy hormones that can improve our moods, combatting stress and environmental factors.
  4. Emotions: Recognizing our emotions is extremely important. This doesn’t mean we have to always be happy or positive, in fact that can sometimes be counterintuitive. It’s important to feel your emotions and process them. By processing them and releasing them, we are no longer storing them in the body. Journaling is an excellent way of doing this because your body no longer feels the need to store the memory once it’s written on paper. You can start to release some of that pain.
  5. Nutrition: Fueling your body with food that intuitively feels good to you is extremely important. Knowing your limits and what your body is craving can benefit you and your energy. Our bodies are cyclical, especially for women. It’s important to feed your body what it needs at that moment.

At the end of the day, you are in charge of your healing and preventing yourself from disease. These are the best ways to set yourself up for success. Energy Sound Frequency Therapy will give you the extra benefits on top of all of these points, and improve your life significantly. Energy Sound Frequency Therapy will bring you back into alignment, which makes it much easier to incorporate these healthy habits into your life. When you love yourself – your body and the world loves you back.

The Mind Body Connection & Preventing Disease

The Mind-Body Connection & Preventing Disease

When it comes to taking care of our bodies, we know that preventative measures are always more favorable than dealing with disease. When people hear they have a terminal illness or have to live with something for the rest of their lives, their mind immediately goes into shock and acts in a place of fear. Instead of figuring out what their body needs holistically, they put all of their energy into fighting the fire.

 

Many people will say that “Oh, it’s genetics, I was bound to get it.” or “This is just what happens to people my age.” But the truth is, that’s not technically true. 

What are the facts?

Studies from Dr. Bruce Lipton shows that our genes are influenced by our environment. That means, when you live in an environment that is conducive to stress, anger and negative emotions, your body remains in fight or flight, activating your sympathetic nervous system. When this occurs, your genes are susceptible to disease.

 

In Dr. Deepak Chopra’s Radical Well Being he talks about how our genes are responsive to our lifestyle, and that meditation can heal our bodies. And if we can use our minds to heal our bodies, that means we can also use our minds to harm our bodies through stress. He claims that 95% of diseases are caused by stress and the implications that has on the body. 

How to change

But how can we change our environment when our world isn’t always conducive to that? We have jobs, families, overexposure and connection to everything in the palm of our hands. As a society, we are more stressed than ever.

 

There are many things we can do to heal ourselves. The first and obvious ones are sleep, diet, and exercise. Our genes respond to meditation and our thoughts. Before bed and when you wake up in the morning are optimal times to meditate because your body is still in theta, a frequency that is connected to the unconscious mind. This allows you to connect to a higher source and raise your frequency, making you less reactive to the environment around you. And in turn, this decreases the inflammation in your body. Less inflammation = less disease.

 

Energy Sound Frequency Therapy is a great way to remove the lower vibrational frequencies in your body by raising your frequency. We store emotions in our body every single day. Whether we’re aware of it or not. It can take years to uncover stored emotions and release them. But Energy Sound Frequency Therapy can release them immediately. This brings you into a state of alignment, making it easier for you to meditate and keep your body in a parasympathetic response.

 

When it comes down to it, preventing disease is easier than we think. Instead of using negative energy to worry and program our bodies to believe that we are genetically inclined to get a certain disease, it’s beneficial to program our minds to believe that we hold all the power. Through meditation, energy sound frequency therapy, diet, exercise, lifestyle and our thoughts, we can influence our lives in significant positive ways that benefit more than just our health. If we start living in a positive and aligned state, we won’t have to wait until we’re living with a disease to realize we deserve so much more in our lives.

Woman stressed at work

Emotions: The True Cause of Illness

More studies are starting to prove that emotions are linked to illness. Dr. Deepak Chopra states, “In 95% of disease cases, there is something you can do about it right now to change the outcome of that disease.” His belief is that inflammation is the main cause of disease. And what causes inflammation? What we put into our bodies. Whether that is food, toxins or thoughts.

What Causes This?

Thoughts have a direct impact on our bodies and how we feel. Anger triggers the body’s fight or flight mode, causing a surge of adrenaline to flood the body, taxing the adrenals and moving blood away from your main organs in order to perform physically in a fight or flight event. However, even though you aren’t inherently in any danger, your mind and body still thinks you are. This can cause adrenal fatigue, heart issues, stomach issues, among many other things. When the subconscious stores that anger, it wreaks havoc on the nervous system.

When the nervous system is compromised, so is the entire body. And anger isn’t the only emotion that can affect your body and be stored. Anxiety, depression, rejection, fear, guilt, shame, hopelessness, worry, blame, etc. Any intense emotion can be stored in the body. Now, not all emotions are negative or have a negative impact on the body. But the negative ones cause inflammation and imbalance within the body.

How Can We Heal?

In Louise Hay’s book, “You Can Heal Your Life” she dives deep into what different illnesses and ailments mean in relation to your subconscious and she talks about how to combat those issues with simple mindset shifts and affirmations to release stored emotions.

Another great way to release stored emotions in your subconscious is through Energy Sound Frequency Therapy. This takes the guessing out of what emotion is causing what and brings your body and subconscious back to a state of alignment. Read our article about why alignment is so important.

This isn’t meant to scare you, but rather make you aware of how our subconscious stores emotions and can affect the body. There are so many ways to tackle these stored emotions and prevent them from causing issues. Listed below are some ways to help

Energy Sound Frequency Therapy: Gets to the root emotion and eliminates it from being stored in your subconscious. This immediately takes your body out of fight or flight and can decrease inflammation.
Meditation: This activates the parasympathetic nervous system so your body has a chance to recover from the stress of the day. This allows your heart rate to decrease, your mind to slow down, and your breath to flow.
Breathing Techniques: This also activates your parasympathetic nervous system and allows you to get out of fight or flight. This is a great practice for every day, or to use in stressful situations.
Journaling: This allows your thoughts to become organized on paper and you can view scenarios and feelings from a new light. Journaling activates the right brain activity, allowing you to access parts of your brain that isn’t typically used. Journaling has also been proven to improve cognitive processing, making it easier for you to comprehend some of your emotions or scenarios that have happened in your life.

There are many ways you can focus on releasing emotions in your life, but the best way to get started is by being aware. Being aware of how you’re reacting, how you’re feeling, and how you’re processing those emotions. By being willing to let go of the past and heal, you are allowing your body to step into a place of peace and healing.

How does Meditating Work?

We’ve all heard that meditating is supposed to relax and balance ourselves and it should be practiced the same way that you blink or breathe-all the time. Meditating is a practice that helps you achieve higher consciousness. It can rewire our brains entirely. It’s been known to ward off health issues and prepare people to handle more in their lives. It is a way to control your emotions. But do we really know how it works?

  1. Gamma State: (30 – 100Hz) This is the state of hyperactivity and active learning. Gamma state is the most opportune time to retain information. This is why educators often have audiences jumping up and down or dancing around — to increase the likelihood of permanent assimilation of information. If over stimulated, it can lead to anxiety.Beta State: (13 – 30Hz) Where we function for most of the day, beta state is associated with the alert mind state of the prefrontal cortex. This is a state of the “working” or “thinking mind” — analytical, planning, assessing and categorizing.3. Alpha State: (9 – 13Hz) Brain waves start to slow down out of thinking mind. We feel more calm, peaceful and grounded. We often find ourselves in an “alpha state” after a yoga class, a walk in the woods, a pleasurable sexual encounter or during any activity that helps relax the body and mind. We are lucid, reflective, have a slightly diffused awareness. The hemispheres of the brain are more balanced (neural integration).

    4. Theta State: (4 – 8Hz) We are able to begin meditation. This is the point where the verbal/thinking mind transitions to the meditative/visual mind. We begin to move from the planning mind to a deeper state of awareness (often felt as drowsy), with stronger intuition, more capacity for wholeness and complicated problem solving. The theta state is associated visualization.

    5. Delta State: (1-3 Hz) Tibetan monks that have been meditating for decades can reach this in an alert, wakened phase, but most of us reach this final state during deep, dreamless sleep.

Bullet points taken from https://www.huffingtonpost.com/ashley-turner/how-meditation-works_b_4702629.html

Meditation has been proven to preserve the aging brain and improve memory. It also has shown to increase focus in people and decrease mind-wandering. Mind-wandering can be signs of unhappiness or focusing on the past or future too much. By toning this down by meditation you will start to see things more clearly in present time. Meditation can also have the same effects that medication have on anxiety or depression. It can rewire your brain and increase happy hormones like dopamine or serotonin. Meditation has also shown progress with helping addiction. Meditation “decouples” cravings from the actual act of consuming or doing whatever you are craving.

As you can see, meditation only has positive benefits. It is important that we take care of our minds just the same way we should take care of our bodies. Our minds control every aspect of our lives and if we have an unhealthy mindset, we have an unhealthy life. By making simple changes like meditating or using sound healing, we can bring positive energy back into our lives and raise our vibrations.