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We can only live in a reality we believe to be true. Here's how I changed my reality from grey and depressive to colourful and magical.
We can only live in a reality we believe to be true. There is a belief behind every action we take. Every time we do something, its because we believe it to be the best solution in that situation. Maybe its not always the smartest thing to do, but somehow our believes always convince us of what and why to do the things we do. What this means is that our belief systems are essentially our motivation to do everything we do. So the reality we believe to be true, is the reality we are creating for ourselves. If we do not believe we are good enough to apply for “that job”, then thats how our reality will unfold. If we believe that humans are evil, then we will get paranoid and isolate ourselves, because it is the reality we are creating. It becomes the world we live in. We can only live in a world we believe to be true. Our beliefs determine how we perceive life. So what we base our beliefs on is essential for our wellbeing. It is therefore very important to be conscious of what we believe to be true. What we once called brainwashing we now call fake news and its surprisingly accepted. We are very aware of it, but we’re still watching it. Choosing for ourselves what is fake and what is not. We’re drowning in information, but what and who should we listen to? Everybody wants to promote their beliefs, and to make others believe it too. Since our beliefs are so essential for our lives, it easily become a part our identity. When we identify ourselves with our beliefs, it comes with the price of defending it when it is being challenged. When we’re defensive we’re not open to new information. We’re too focused on scouting for weak spots at our opponents. A big obstacle for growth.
How you create your own reality with your beliefs. This is essential for our wellbeing. We can only live in a world we believe to be true, but what we choose to believe in is completely up to us.
A belief is when a person thinks something is right with or without evidence to prove so. A belief system is a set of beliefs. When we hear something over and over, or we think something over and over it becomes our belief sooner or later. As we experience life we are soaking in new information. All of this information adds up and creates belief systems. Just as if we are collecting numbers and calculating the probability of our own reality as we go. These belief systems works as filters which everything we experience goes through. Imagine that you are putting together a big puzzle. Every piece of information is a piece. With the information you already have you can see if the next piece fits your puzzle or not. When a child learns that the cow makes the sound “mhooo”, the child then knows that when an animal says “voff”, its not a cow because it doesn’t fit the puzzle board of cows. As we grow up, these puzzle boards get a little more complicated though. In the world of grown-ups, the information out there is not so general. We disagree on almost everything. There are always someone arguing what you believe to be a truth which means we have conflicting belief systems. So who is right? Do you believe in the theory of evolution, christianity or something else? What is your belief, and what are you basing your belief on? Where did you get it from? Family, friends and our society surely plays a role, but then again, what is telling our society, family and fiends what to believe in? Media plays a tremendous role in controlling a society’s belief systems.
Lets look at how our belief systems really affect us. There is a belief behind every action we take. Every time we do something, its because we believe it to be the best solution in that situation. Maybe its not always the smartest thing to do, but somehow our believes always convince us of what and why to do the things we do. What this means is that our belief systems are essentially our motivation to do everything we do. So the reality we believe to be true, is the reality we are creating for ourselves. If we do not believe we are good enough to apply for “that job”, then thats how our reality will unfold. If we believe that humans are evil, then we will get paranoid and isolate ourselves, because it is the reality we are creating. It becomes the world we live in. We can only live in a world we believe to be true. Our beliefs determine how we perceive life. So what we base our beliefs on is essential for our wellbeing. It is therefore very important to be conscious of what we believe to be true. What we once called brainwashing we now call fake news and its surprisingly accepted. We are very aware of it, but we’re still watching it. Choosing for ourselves what is fake and what is not. We’re drowning in information, but what and who should we listen to? Everybody wants to promote their beliefs, and to make others believe it too. Since our beliefs are so essential for our lives, it easily become a part our identity. When we identify ourselves with our beliefs, it comes with the price of defending it when it is being challenged. When we’re defensive we’re not open to new information. We’re too focused on scouting for weak spots at our opponents. A big obstacle for growth.
So, how do we know if a belief system is sabotaging us? A very common conflicting belief system is people wanting money and success in their life, while at the same time they think badly of rich and successful people. We need to ask ourselves what kind of world we live in, and what kind of world we would like to live in. For example, I used to live in a world where the richest was in control, where the world was going under, where humanity was a disaster to this planet. People seemed stupid, ignorant and disconnected. My belief systems where influenced by news and conspiracy theories. After a while I saw that it was only making my life miserable and figured I had to do some changes.
I stopped spending energy and time on these things, and started spending my energy on positive and uplifting news. I connected with more likeminded people and over time my world completely changed. Now I live in a world where the individual itself has the power. Together we are saving the planet, and humanity is amazing. We’re doing the most incredible things and I’ve never seen any other animal express love as deeply as a human being. We’re living in a time where people are waking up, achieving incredible insight and deep connections. By being conscious about what I fed my mind with I was able to make small changes which changed my reality from very negative to very positive. It is not about ignoring the things that are happening in the world, but its about choosing which side to be on. It is to choose to live within the positivity of change rather then getting caught up in the negative aspects. For example, I used to get caught up in how we contaminate the planet. Now I see how we are coming together and the incredible things we do to solve the problem. Its two ways of seeing the same thing. One fills me with hope, motivation, connection and love. The other one fills me with the opposite. Guess which one does what?
The same goes for how we look at ourselves. Our perception of who we are are usually made upon calculations from the past. Feelings and thoughts. We create an identity which doesn’t have anything to do with who we are in the present moment. If we hang on to the belief that we are who we were yesterday, then how could we possibly be someone else today. As mentioned, we can only live in the world we believe to be true. So if the case is that we do not love ourselves, then what can we do to change our beliefs of who we are?
First of, we need to understand that our identity is far from any truth. We’re living in a dynamic universe where everything constantly changes. We are only who we choose to believe to be. As soon as our belief changes, we change with it. What is the cause of the identity we’ve created for ourselves? What can we do to change it or let go if it? What seems to be a universal law is that the more energy you give something, the greater it becomes. Use your energy wisely. Be with people who lifts you up rather than people who drags you down.
Stay conscious of your belief systems, be critical to your beliefs, and if you ever find yourself getting defensive or aggressive in a conversation, dare to ask yourself why. When asking yourself who you are, dare to not have an answer. Embrace the nothingness, for it is what is left when our identity is gone that matters. Self love is not about loving our identity, its about not having one.
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Stress leads to anxiety, depression, high blood pressure and a whole lot more. Here is how to stay in control of your stress and health. Peace.
What is stress?
If we are to start at the very depth of stress we have to look at vibrations. Everything in this universe is made up of energy which is vibrations. Wavelengths and frequencies. When a frequency resonates with another it becomes stronger and remains harmonious. When a frequency dissociate with another we get friction and its power decreases. When we’re talking about stress we´re talking about dissonance, friction and resistance.
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When we experience stress, hormones are being released and sends signals of the perceived danger which sets off an automatic response. We call this response the fight-or-flight response, and it prepares all animals to either meet the challenge or to flee from it. When the stress hormones adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol are being released our heart rate increases as well as our breathing. Blood vessels are tightening and glucose(energy) is being released in our muscles. Our blood is being transferred from our digestive organs to our most important muscles. Cortisol is releasing glucose in our skeleton muscles(muscles responsible for movement) and liver so that the blood sugar rises. All of this happens within the blink of an eye to prepare us for the challenge. In an acute situation this works as an amazing superpower which in many cases save lives. In essence, stress is a created fear of the near future which enables us to do whats necessary in order to protects ourselves from getting hurt or killed.
Why are we stressed out?
But if stress is a mechanism to help us in situations where we might get hurt or killed, then how come we experience stress a lot more frequently than these situations?
The thing is, we’re born into a chaotic world. Why is it chaotic? Because we’re living in a society obsessed with efficiency and productivity. We’re constantly trying to get a little better than our neighbour. Somewhere along the way we lost touch with our feminine energy. The abstract and emotional sides of life. We’re too caught up in numbers, definitions, systems and the general logic- and masculine way of thinking. Our neighbours have become a threat rather than a fellow living being. When we live like this, we’re becoming very analytical, thoughtful and living more in the world outside of ourselves, rather than the one inside. This means we’re not learning how to cope with our emotions properly. We’re under tremendous amounts of pressure and we never quite learn to deal with this pressure. We have to face the fact that we’re not very good at dealing with our inner worlds. This often leaves us with unresolved energies. Unresolved energies from the past is what we call traumas.
There are two types of traumas. One of them takes away something which we can’t seem to let go of. When this happens, we resist what has already happened. We fail to accept the past. The other kind leave us with an energy we can’t seem to get rid of. The energy we’re left with is fear. Fear of getting into a similar situation again. We are resisting a possible, but in no way certain future. Whenever these traumas are triggered we experience some sort of resistance. Resistance is friction and friction is stress.
This is what activates stress in us when we’re not threatened in any way. An unconscious part of us are reliving a situation where we got hurt. Emotionally or physically. For instance, if you experienced the feeling of not being good enough as a kid, this feeling could get stuck with you which makes you stressed out in every situation where you feel you’re not living up to everybody’s expectations. If you ever were exposed to an uncomfortable conflict which gave you a trauma, you will feel stressed every time you can feel a conflict. You might be too afraid to meet the conflict, so you remain in the stress of being annoyed, frustrated, sad or whatever feeling you experience. As mentioned earlier, we live in a society which focuses on efficiency and productivity. We’re being put in a world that expects a whole lot from us, which again puts a lot of pressure on us. The fight-or-flight response which is supposed to come and go very quickly, but what we see today is that people live under stress a large period of their day to day life. So how do we let go of all this stress? How do we manage to live in this stressful world with a peaceful mind?
Dealing with stress
So how do we sleep at peace when day is done? The first and very most important step is to realise why you should stress down. You need to actually understand that its not serving you a purpose. When we’re used to being stressed, a part of us will believe that the stress is necessary for us to maintain the “stable” life we’re currently living. To allow yourself to stress down may feel like loosing control. The fact is though, that trying to control the external world is impossible and it only create more stress. Everything is made of action-reaction. We cannot choose how our external world reacts to our actions, but we can choose how we react to the universes actions. We’re only in control of our own behaviour. This is probably the hardest obstacle to overcome. Letting go of the urge to control our external world. What we need to to is to change our focus and use our energy on the things we actually can control. We cannot control the weather, but we can control how we use our sails to move accordingly. We can be happy with nothing as well as we can be unhappy with everything. Spend your time on becoming a person who finds happiness within rather than outside.
Dealing with stress is a field where science more and more are exploring and confirming the benefits of old spiritual practices. There is a lot of published studies reporting the incredible effects of meditation, yoga and mindfulness. When we’re doing these practices we’re not only achieving a peaceful mind, but also a peaceful body. To do these things is to take control over your wellbeing and choosing to be relaxed rather than stressed. If we do nothing to stress down, the body believes it has a reason to be stressed. When we choose to relax, we’re telling our body that there is no real threat, and the body will listen. Be mindful and feel your body. Connect with your breath and tune into the present moment. The present moment has no room for stress.
No matter what you suffer from, your suffering will always be your very best guide in your process of healing. Your suffering will tell you what triggers you, why it triggers you and how to let go of it. In this case, be mindful of what makes you feel stressed and why. Stress can be triggered by many things, and so the processes of healing are many as well.
Lets say you constantly trying to live up to others expectations. What can you do to let go of that stress factor? There are of course many roads to Rome, but your main problem in this case is that you’re either afraid of letting people down or you’re addicted to others confirmations that you’re good enough. In other words, you have stopped listening to yourself. Why isn’t your own confirmation good enough? Why do you feel like you have something to prove to others? You are stressing because you are looking for something only you can give to yourself. Its affecting both your physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. The time for change is now.
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Blessings, beautiful beings! Keep cool and chill.
Our frequency is in other words our well being. It is related to our state of being as well as our physical energy. Everything is energy, and all energy is frequencies which basically means the universe is made of waves in all shapes and sizes, visible and invisible. Just as the waves in the ocean, … Continue reading 5 ways to increase your...
Our frequency is in other words our well being. It is related to our state of being as well as our physical energy. Everything is energy, and all energy is frequencies which basically means the universe is made of waves in all shapes and sizes, visible and invisible. Just as the waves in the ocean, they are all connected and they all effect each other. If we want to increase our own frequency it all starts with taking control of our own being. Using our consciousness to make choices which gives us more energy. In fact, in most cases, its more about getting rid of unnecessary energy drainers within ourselves.
So the first step is to take charge of our lives. Instead of letting our surroundings control us, its time we take control over ourselves. Here’s five important factors:
1. Stop wasting energy
We often try to control things we cannot. This is nothing but a waste of energy. So what are we in control of and what is out of our control? We have our own energy, and this energy we can control, but everything outside of ourselves is out of our control. We cannot control the waves in the water, but we can control how we interact with them. The same goes with all our surroundings. Its easy to feel tempted to try to make people do what we want them to do. Having expectations of our outer world. The universe will flow its natural flow, and there is nothing we can do about it, except controlling how we choose to work with the flow. We cannot choose how the outside world reacts to our actions, we can only choose how we want to react to its actions.
2. Controlling our own energy
A huge energy drainer is blockages in our own energy. Energies that gets stuck because we don’t express them. Imagine a river with water flowing freely without any obstacles. As we grow up, we experience traumas which are like huge rocks in our river. The more rocks we have the less flow in the river. Clearing out the river for rocks is an important job if we want more energy. A trauma is like a voice constantly screaming at us for our attention, although its can be very subtle they take a lot of energy.
The same goes for our daily situations. How good are we at expressing our true feelings? Its easy to let our feelings bottle up instead of expressing them. When fear keeps us in a leash we spend a lot of energy on our own resistance. If we’re conscious about our thoughts its easy to know whether or not we’re holding on to an energy. If our thoughts are running in a loop after a situation, its a symptom that we’re holding on to something that’s draining us. Expressing our feelings and being true to our energy is very important for a high frequency. Being conscious about our thoughts can reveal a lot about our current energy and what’s draining us.
3. Tune into the good vibes
Being critical to our surroundings. Are we spending time with people who drag us down or who lifts us up? What do we focus our energy on? What we give attention grows, so we must be careful about what we choose to give attention. Spending our energy on positive and uplifting things. Talk about uplifting things rather than negative things. In order to tune into high frequencies we have to be vulnerable. Being vulnerable means being open. Letting go of our shields and let the universe see us as who we are enables the universe to give us what we want as well.
4. We become what we eat
What we eat matters. Our digestive system uses energy to digest food. Some foods are easy to digest while other foods takes more energy. It’s like investing energy. Some foods are energy cheap and has great value, while some foods are very energy expensive and has a low value. Some foods steal energy rather than provide energy. When it comes to food and nutrition its a big ocean of information and although I’ve been studying this for a long time, my knowledge is still proven wrong every other day. Because of this I don’t feel comfortable sharing my knowledge of nutrition, because I don’t want to contribute in spreading more false information. The best tip I can give you is to be conscious about how your food affects your energy. When it comes to my personal experiences, I’ve done a lot of diets the last few years and experimented a lot. What affected my energy the most(by far) was cutting out animal products. Especially meat, fish and egg. Refined sugar and gluten was also huge energy drainers.
Prana, also known as the life force or life energy. It is said that prana originates from the sun and connects the elements of the universe. Being out in nature is a great way of connecting to this energy. Taking deep breaths and really tuning into the moment can make the biggest difference. The energy of the nature is amazing at calibrating the mind, letting go of blockages and bad energies we’ve picked up during the day.
Most importantly, express your love and light. Be the energy you want to attract.
Blessings to you all, beautiful beings!
It’s truly impossible to not love ourselves. What we don’t love is the idea we have created of who we are, but this is far from the truth. It’s simply an idea defined with words and numbers. An identity, filled with attachments. If we feel like we don’t love ourselves, it only means we live … Continue reading Video – How to love...
It’s truly impossible to not love ourselves. What we don’t love is the idea we have created of who we are, but this is far from the truth. It’s simply an idea defined with words and numbers. An identity, filled with attachments. If we feel like we don’t love ourselves, it only means we live in the illusion that who we are can be written on a piece of paper. It is to highly underestimate ourselves. In order to connect with the love we have for ourselves we need to let go of our thoughts and dive into the nothingness.
First I have to admit that the title might be a little misleading. If you have anxiety, its not the anxiety you want to heal. Anxiety is a form of emotional pain, and just like physical pain it is nothing but a signal trying to get your attention to our wound, so that you can … Continue reading Video – How to heal your...
First I have to admit that the title might be a little misleading. If you have anxiety, its not the anxiety you want to heal. Anxiety is a form of emotional pain, and just like physical pain it is nothing but a signal trying to get your attention to our wound, so that you can take care of it and heal. It’s important to understand that anxiety is never the problem, its just a friendly reminder that you have some unresolved feelings. All anxiety is a result of suppressed or repressed feelings. What we call a trauma. If you chop of your hand, you wouldn’t just take painkillers and look the other way around. If you want to let go of the emotional pain, you have to tend to the wound. In order to do so, its important to listen to the anxiety. If we fear anxiety itself we’re giving it more power. A part of you is trying to heal, and anxiety is only trying to tell you where you have to look.
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