How to determine what what is Unhealthy for your Vibrational Frequency?

In order for one to vibrate at a higher level, the body requires more energy to do so. Could this be why people who live in a physically abundant state of mind are able to eat less energetic foods while not feeling tired quickly? I was just wondering… why do I feel so depleted all the time, even when I do intake lots of vitamins? Could it be this cyst sucking out most of my energy similar to a black hole within my own existence? Or does it mean that humans require more energy to sustain the type of life that society requires from us? That is why we have artificial means such as coffee, etc.

I remember reading a book that stated… one must be careful when he/she uses tools of a higher energy frequency because he/she can injure his/herself. How can a person of lower frequency injure himself? This is what triggered me to think about how people need more energy in order to vibe at a higher frequency.

My message to all spiritual persons, whether Christian, Muslim, Jewish, whatever:

Look at your way of life and what you eat. Observe how you breath. Ask yourself, do these things help you vibrate at a higher level? Do these things give you greater energy? Does anything deplete your energy?

If you find that many things deplete your energy, then you are not meant to exist in a higher level energy space. And if you try to force it while going against the grain, you will feel depleted unless you find extra energy via other sources. Caffeine eventually depletes your vitamin levels. I am not refering to this type of source. And simply because several sources make you feel energetic, it does not mean it’s a true source of energy. Those artificial means simply lower your energy from your existing core frequency and depletes it while shifting concentrating into specific place in the body causing that boost. The energy that is needed has to come from outside your body.

One way to get external energy is to replenish yourself in meditation. And the other is through our physical lower level worlds, such as foods and air. Since we are dual beings, we need energy from the etherial and physical worlds. This is why meditation is so important. Religious leaders who do not put equal emphasis on the physical nutrients as on the spiritual nutrients are misguided. The less toxic the body is the closer to God you can become. Why? Because there are less blockages preventing God’s energetic flow from entering every cell within your body. Exercise is the tool that allows us to remain pliable. Being pliable is important for the existing energy to flow easily throughout your entire state of being.

My daily reminder:

I need to equally put importance on is my meditations as I do nutrition. Exercise needs to become a daily part of my life as well to release any blockages and energetic knots.

Also see this article for more detailed information on Vibrational Frequency and Magnetic Energy of the Body:
http://lucys6.blogspot.com/2011/12/vibrational-frequency-positive-negative.html

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Affecting others

Just a quick note…

In order to create visible spiritual changes in the world amongst people, we must not focus on affecting the contents of the physical world, but increase our own vibrations (spiritual nature) so that the vibrations propogate in space moving the material itself. Example, throwing a pepple in a pond causes ripples in the water. In such action, we have caused an effect on water by making it move. But we have not changed the subatomic particles that make up the water.

The Use of the Word “I”: the Ego

Vanity and Pride are one of the life lessons that lead to spiritual perfection. We must all go through these experiences in order to move past it. The ego is reflected in the word “I”. When we use the word “I” in everyday conversation, we are unconsciously putting ourselves on display and asking to be noticed revealing that we seek attention based on our merits or accomplishments. The word “I” is used to set ourselves apart and draw attention to ourselves. The spiritually more advanced souls perceive these individuals as humans who still have not uncovered their self-esteem and true confidence within. For when someone no longer needs to display themselves nor separate themselves from others, it exudes an inner self-confidence.

While working at Island Def Jam, a friend of mine once told me that a person who is in a position of management or leadership should never use to the word “I’ in emails or conversations. Instead the word “we” should replace it. It made me realize how while at Def Jam, I tried so hard to prove to the executives that I had what it took to be a great and talented leader. However, because I tried so hard to prove it to them, it silently ostracized me from others whiling revealing my unconscious lack of self confidence. Had I truly been in a position of leadership, it would have exuded from my pores without the constant fight and the constant trying to prove to others of my value. One of the characteristics of good leadership is wisdom. Wisdom comes from the experiences of handling difficult circumstances. It was obvious that this was the one element I lacked. And my superiors and peers sensed it without knowing exactly what it was that I lacked. My peers perceived me more as an “aggressive to succeed” individual which spawned much hatred and jealousy. I had that fire to motivate and inspire others for greatness; however, I did not know how to channel that energy properly due to my lack of experience in management. Its very refreshing to look back at such a difficult period in time and see the life lessons come to pass. The closure and wisdom gained has made me a much more humble human being.

The Pope and Spirituality

Last night, I viewed a very interesting movie on On Demand called Agora. It was based on the true story of the Roman Empire’s crumble and the commencement and great position of the Pope’s power. I always wondered, “How did the Pope gain so much power over the various people over all continents, moreso than any country’s ruler?” It showed how the Christian religion, among the Gentiles, became political and no longer spiritual as Jesus probably intended for his followers to be. It goes to show that the spiritual evolution of humanity eventually vibrates at a higher level as centuries pass.

http://www.youtube.com/v/bTZZHPR5kEo?fs=1&hl=en_US

Many say that we are regressing spiritually as a human race. However, I disagree. I think the continued many disastrous events will awaken us. I also strongly feel that the popularity of homosexuality is softening our race to a more feminine one. Men overall are getting in tune with their feminine energy which essentially is the closest energy to spirituality. And honestly, although I do strongly feel that homosexuality goes against nature’s laws or procreation, I will never condemn homosexuals. They have forced our society to take a closer look at our dominated masculine attitudes which have caused much oppression and depression amongst groups of people, such as against women.

At the beginning of this movie, Agora, the Pope declares that women stay quiet, never speak up, nor be in the presence of men when important things are being discussed. These were the words read to the illiterate masses via the scriptures “spoken” by Jesus “God”. Honestly, I don’t think Jesus would have ever preached for women to not have a presence in society nor to be the property of men.

Challenges: Single Mother Dealing with the Child’s Father

Many have told me to “fight, fight, fight” against my son’s father for him not spending enough time nor contributing financially to my son’s upbringing. In fact many say that he is just taking advantage of the fact that I won’t press the issue of him getting arrested for lack of child support. Why won’t I be more aggressive when clearly I need the help? The answer is in my devout faith in God.

It all started 12.5 years ago. I was pregnant and no longer in love with my son’s father. We lived together with a great lack of harmony. I joined a Christian church called the NY Church of Christ. My son’s father, which I will name Robert for the sake of his anonymity, began to challenge my need for peace by declaring that this church was a cult. I spent my Wednesday evenings at bible study and Sundays early days at Church service. I enjoyed the serenity I gained through my re-found connection with God and with those who were like me. I asked Robert to join me at one of the meetings so that then he could form his opinion. However, he refused. At the time, he was a very controlling man whom I think felt threatened by the fact that I sought things outside of our relationship. One day, he told me that if I allowed my bible study group to enter our apartment, that he would kick them out. This was the turning point of my conviction that he was just too far removed from God. I grew deeper in the Church and more distant from my relationship. At this point, I told Robert that we should not be intimate while living in the same house. That is when all hell turned loose. Little did he understand that I was already disconnected from him. I felt that in order for me to feel like he was spiritually on my page and not trying to overpower me, I needed him to join me where I was at spiritually. He was bringing me down, but God was preventing that from happening. God was saving me for the sake of my beautiful son.

By the time my son was 7 months, I broke up with him and begged for him to move out. At first he refused but then wanted to keep the apartment and car that was in my name. This is when I knew he truly did not have my best interest at heart. In my mind I was thinking “How dare this man want me and his son to go out in the street and look for another apartment!” Fortunate thing was that the building was owned by my mother’s boyfriend and the car lease was in my name. He was very vindictive afterwards towards me. After he moved out, he tried many maneuvers to make my life impossible from showing up in the morning while I dropped my son at the babysitter’s house and daily screaming in the street “You hoe!” to calling my job 100x calling me names. I had to put a restraining order on him because it got out of hand. The next step was to stop seeing his son. So I took him to court just to create a legal schedule where I did not have to see him. I granted joint custody thinking that everyman is entitled to joint rights to their children. My intentions were so pure and honest. Boy was that the biggest mistake! The court also asked me if I wanted child support and I said no. I didn’t want him for the money. I just wanted him to see his son. He could just pick up my son from babysitter and drop him off their as well. Well, soon then he stopped seeing my son altogether or would pick him up on my time without calling me nor returning my calls. I, of course out of fear, had to get the police involved for kidnapping, but then dropped the charges because I did not want to see my son’s father go to jail. What use would that do to my son.

After 3 years, I finally took him to court for child support. (Right now he owes $85,000 within the system.) At first the checks came in, then nothing. All throughout my son’s life, Robert would make excuses that he just didn’t have time or didn’t have money for my son. By the time my son reached around 5 years old, he launched a company in NYC so that he could hide from the New Jersey child support system. In order for there to be a warrant for his arrest, I would have to be aggressive and request one. (I find that this New Jersey system does not work well.) He currently still tries to hide from the system. Seems like Robert still hasn’t gotten his life together because he lived in a girlfriend’s apartment in Brooklyn for many years and now lives with another one’s apartment in Harlem.

People ask me why did I even have a child with such a man. Well, honestly when we were in college, he was a go getter. His plans were to go to law school. He even worked on Wall Street while going to college. I’m not sure what happened to him to cause him to change for the worse.

My son is 12 years old now and I find myself calling Robert to spend time with his son. I no longer spend my energy informing him of my son’s extra curricular activities. I just feel that after 12 years, it’s not my job to chase him to have a close relationship with my son. Occasionally, he will call my son and even spend some time with him. But its more like an uncle/nephew relationship. I try to place powerful and inspirational men around my son because one day my son expressed to me his disappointment in his dad. He no longer wants to converse with him nor spend time with him which is a sign that he has grown distant from his father. I have expressed this to Robert. But instead of taking this as constructive criticism and positively building upon it, he would bellow, “You don’t tell me what kind of relationship I have with my son! My son loves me! I have a GREAT relationship with him!” I just shake my head.

In 2007, I left corporate america because my son needed me more at home. My job was consuming me. I saw how not having a present father nor a mother at home was destroying my son. In 2008, I hit the worse financial crisis that I had ever been through due to the economy. I asked Robert if he could help but he refused. I asked him if he could buy us some food, but he constantly stated “I don’t have any money now, but maybe in a month.” I understood that I could never rely on him but only God and my family. I had to search for answers in my prayers and conversations with God. I had to give up fighting with Robert and just accept that he was not at the spiritual place of development that my son needed him to be. His warped reality of what a good father was could not be accelerated into a more realistic one. All I could do was to pray for his development. The answers soon came to me. I knew that he was reaping what he sowed. I knew that the amount of dedication he placed in his relationship with my son was going to be the amount of dedication that my son places in him when he gets older. That alone would be his punishment. I, however, could not take his lack of actions personal. If I spent my energy fighting, then it would ONLY bring me into a dark, heavy place. At the end of the day, I was the one who decided to have and bring forth my son. Furthermore, I had to be responsible and create a great life for him and not be dependent on someone else to create a better life for us. My mother raised me to stand strong on my own and that weakness came when you depended on others to make you stand strong.

So this brings me to express why after all this, I don’t take the defensive and aggressive stance with Robert. I already see how my son dislikes spending time with his father. He refuses to call his father back. When asked who he admires, he never places his dad on the list. I already see the karma being presented. And that alone allows me to step back. If his father decides to spend time with his son, I embrace it. I don’t fight those moments although my son fights with me because he rather be with me.

My prayer: I want to thank you God for giving me the strength to raise such a strong-minded boy. Thank you for surrounding me with such wonderful and powerful people. Thank you for giving me such a great support system in my friends and family. Now that my son is going through puberty, please I beg you to place substitute male role models in his life to guide him on the right path to manhood. I pray that my son’s father matures spiritually and realizes what is unfolding in my son’s lack of admiration for him. I pray that Robert has a change of heart and becomes that man who my son needs in his life. I pray that God brings me a wonderful husband one day very soon that can provide the stability and foundation that is lacking in my home now. I pray that my son can learn how a man and women and father should be through my future marriage so that to break the cycle that Robert has created. I pray that all my sacrifice and hard work in dedication to my son’s proper upbringing reap tremendous rewards for the greater good of humanity not just for our family. God I love you and I know that all this is happening with a greater purpose that you have planned for us. So I leave it in your hands.

To all single mothers: I implore you to look within yourself for the energy that is needed to raise a child on your own. It’s not easy. I still struggle financially and emotionally. But just remember my words here. If you can, try to keep your household positive. Sometimes by fighting, it can create such a negative atmosphere and dark energy within you. I am not saying to not take him to court. Fathers should support their children. But at the core, try to keep your energy and intentions positive. In the end, God will replenish all your sacrifices with great rewards. God so far has never let me fall. Deep inside, I feel that my great rewards are coming. I love you sisters. Let’s stay positive together. In that positivity we will only attract positive things.

Devotion on Silence

Today’s devotion is about Silence.

Its been a good two weeks or more since I have not meditated nor completed my devotional studies. I feel as if I have fallen off the spiritual path because certain destructive qualities that have crept into my life such as stress, sadness, anxiety and fear of negative possible outcomes in my relationship with my son and my boyfriend. I have intended to get back on my devotional studies but would allow myself to get sidetracked.

In silence we speak truths. It allows me to separate myself from the clatter of negative thoughts. It allows me to hear and see things from God’s perspective in a wholesome way. I start by asking questions about why am I feeling a certain way. The answers begin to stream in as if God personally were answering my questions.

For the past weeks, I have been very busy with work, spending time with my boyfriend and son independently and on free time chattering away on Twitter. I have found that noise clatter in my life has blocked my connection with myself and with God. I found myself having feelings that I normally wouldn’t otherwise such as the stress, sadness, anxiety and fear of negative possible outcomes in my relationship with my son and my boyfriend. I have become more tired needing more sleep.

From today moving forward I will make a commitment to spend less time on Twitter and more time meditating by either writing in this journal or practicing breathing exercises. Sometimes I wish I had more people around me that I could fellowship with and whom could share devotional stories with me instead of me always sharing my stories with those I care about. Today my great friend Neida was there to hold my hand and lead me through some scriptures. But I know I can’t focus on others and I have to just give my stories lovingly because through me God speaks via my triumphs and tribulations.

Today’s spiritual scripture:

Psalm 40: 1-8

“1 I waited patiently for the LORD;he turned to me and heard my cry.

2 He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand.

3 He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and fear and put their trust in the LORD.

4 Blessed is the man who makes the LORD his trust, who does not look to the proud, to those who turn aside to false gods.

5 Many, O LORD my God, are the wonders you have done. The things you planned for us no one can recount to you; were I to speak and tell of them, they would be too many to declare.

6 Sacrifice and offering you did not desire, but my ears you have pierced burnt offerings and sin offerings you did not require.

7 Then I said, “Here I am, I have come— it is written about me in the scroll.

8 I desire to do your will, O my God; your law is within my heart.””

Though begets action

I am not a preacher but just a woman who tries her best to live in God’s light and would like to share a Universal message to you found also in Christianity.

Note that, being spiritual, God usually does not respond in words, but by changing your perception, motives, desires, attitudes and actions. God gives power to live a truthful life. “The kingdom of God is not a matter of talk but of power.” (1 Cor. 4:20)

When we get angry at people, blame others for something unjust done to us, feel like others did us wrong so we criticize their actions, etc… let us just pray to God that (he) changes us and not the world. Changing our own perceptions, motives, desires and attitudes lead into a change of action. Thought begets action.