JEREMIAH STEPHEN (HeartSphere): “Voices”

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”

― Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Life teems with choice and decision. Some are difficult, while others are easy. Some test the loom upon which the very fabric of our lives is woven. And upon the precipice of choice we may also find resounding voices–those that are not our own.

We all come to these critical points as we dwell within the many spheres that visit our lives.

All decisions affect not only our life, but the lives of others as well. The choice of food that we nourish our bodies with has consequences that can be witnessed in minutes, and others that may not be seen for many years. Our choice of words can immediately defeat or uplift a stranger, a loved one or a friend. And our choice of actions may alter the course of world history, or at the very least, our own personal history.

But many of these choices are made almost involuntarily, influenced by thoughts that do not belong to our hearts.

I used to be worried about every move that I ever made, about every word that I would utter and every action that I took. I wasn’t worried about the causal outcome of my words or actions, but of the response from those around me. In doing this, I placed myself into a protective shell that grew dense over many years. And many of us are familiar with this.

I was called shy, withdrawn, reserved, introverted and anti-social. But this was never who I truly was. I felt comfortable being quiet, so I stayed where I found comfort.

But the day came when I no longer visited those thoughts that brought me worry. I found strength in my own hands, through creative pleasure and my own God-given gifts. I realized that I only worried over my perception of another person’s perception. It was my own thoughts that worried me, and nothing else.

Then I realized one beautiful truth…

Don’t believe everything that you think.

Today, I embrace who I am. I speak my deepest thoughts, and am not afraid to share my life with anyone. Of course I’m still full of cynicism, sarcasm and a host of other idiosyncrasies, but who isn’t?

I’ve made countless choices that have taught me great truth, and if anyone asked me to correct anything in my past, I can honestly say the thought itself is impossible.

Because everything that I’ve done has brought me here, to this moment.

Had I not decided to move to a new place instead of staying home, I may not have a daughter. Had I chosen to stay just one day longer in Colorado, I may not have a son. So revisiting my perceived past “what-if’s” or otherwise “difficult” choices brings me to knowing that my options were on my path for a reason.

As is everything… And everyone.

We should be wise to not give our choices up to the resounding doubt that speaks to us from the dark corners of the mind. We should never step out of our own light to appease the shadows of a crowd, or to play it safe and stay comfortable in a hardened shell made of our own mind’s treachery.

These are lessons that I’ve learned, and though I am where I am in life because of choices I’ve made from these metrics, I’ve come far from the mist that once covered the hidden garden. I now choose wisely, and listen to my heart as it softly speaks.

I wish all to hear their true voice, and to be sound and content in speaking their own truth as it should be done by one’s own accord.

Life is full of Choices…

And full of Voices…

So, choose wisely.

And Speak your Own.

 

~via TheHeartSphere.com

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ANGELINA STOJIC: “Feed The Frequency — Choosing Our Vibes”

What does this mean? Our energy systems are always changing and evolving with the input that we give it. We constantly nourish our mind body emotions and spirit with all that we say, think, feel, eat, see and do and we process all this data through our system whether it be biological, emotional, mental or spiritual. We do it on a subconscious level even though at times we feel we may be totally ‘aware’ of all input, but there are times that aspects of what we process are not always going to be completely clear as our eyes, brain input exceeds all we can process at this time.

Our DNA system is very complex and important to our evolution. Our DNA centered within our cellular structure, is made up mostly of water and energy. All the information stored within this system seems complex, but the thing is, to nourish it is simple.

What we feed ourselves on every level will sustain us eternally.

When I talk frequency, I talk light quotient or light particle mass within a structure. How much light is in that? This is the light that makes up the energy part of all that is on a molecular level. The higher or lighter the frequency, the lighter quotient makes up that structure. For example, with food, the closer it is to the state of the natural law, being purest form, like an organic carrot, the lighter or higher the frequency. It is natural, nourishing and gives, to replenish us. The further away from natural form, like a can of coke, which gives us an instant buzz but asks you to drink it again to have another hit, this type frequency is low, dense or holds less light.

It is that simple.

It goes the same with every single thing we surround ourselves with.

The brilliant Japanese scientist, Dr Masaru Emoto, who showed us how simply music, words and pictures shifted water molecules in different ways, gave us experiments that showed us how simply certain stimuli can affect water particles. The harshest most frenetic and disjointed music showed us erratic and malformed water particles, where the gentler, kinder, calmer music created beautifully shaped mandalas or flowers. The frequency of the harsh music is heavy, and the light quotient is low which does not transcribe easily into the human cellular structure causing discord, with the gentler music, holding higher light quotient is able to transmit light into the water for an easy transcription.

Frequency likes to flow. It likes a constant ease of motion which is usually a tri-wave meaning 3 bands of light. Take painting for example, when we use two colors to paint, we can mix them together to create a third, therefore it is constantly creating something new. This is what the tri-wave likes. It wants to create from a place within a structure already there. This is a give and receive frequency.

The bi-wave frequency, which is harsher, is a take frequency. This only holds 2 bands of light that are separate and never combine to create new energy but works on taking energy from one to give rise to the other. It is always in duality.

The bi-wave is all about the external power and fueling fear.

An example of bi-wave in action is harsh music as an example. Some of the harshest sounds or most erratic music gives a sensation of discord within, awakening feelings of anger, confusion, rage or fear. These feelings are intensive and can overtake you, feeling more of a battle energy. These feelings give the music more power than it does you for you which you end up giving away your power to the music, leaving you feeling depleted. The bi-wave is you and the music. It does not create replenishment within, like that hit of Coca-Cola. My disclaimer here is that there is nothing wrong with feeling these feelings for there is much stored within our systems that we need to experience and help heal and clear, but to evoke them and create them intentionally and regularly will only bring your energies down, circling in less light and more discord. The less light held within your system, the less connected you will become to your true power.

When the tri-wave is in play, the sounds or music created with gentler format, gives rise to feelings of calm and peace. These feelings are created from within, naturally triggering higher healthier cellular renewal. As this light lifts you and your feelings, it returns into your cellular structure and shifts your DNA into creative energy. This is the tri-wave giving a continual cycle of nourishing, lifting energy and cellular health which is all created from within, allowing us to feel healthier and happier. It is here in these feelings of love and fulfillment, we can create our most magnificent life.

To be in create, we need to be in the tri-wave.

Music is but one example of how we give our power away. As we know, things like the news, social media, reality shows, newspapers, movies, songs are created from a lower frequency, the bi-wave, to connect you to the fear. Here it is easier to take the power that you give so easily, to evoke these feelings of fear within you giving rise to a hit or addictive style of feeding.

This is how we feed the frequency.

We give power to that upon which we focus. And yes, there are still those things in our world that we perceive to be tragedy, there is suffering, pain and heart ache at this time. There are movies that will continue to be destructive, harsh and angry, music and musicians that yell fear into their microphones, producers creating shows that pit people against one another, and of course we are human so these things are always about, so the choice lies with us as it always has. There too is much love, kindness and compassion in our world and we have so much to choose from, and when we choose for ourselves, we shift for all.

I know that life is exactly as it should be and all that is here and now is how it is meant to be for us to take the next step into our evolution or ascension. Remember God does not test us. Source does not judge us. We have always had free will. We can choose to nourish the frequency that feeds us in every possible way.

The choice is ours, that simple.

So what frequency do you choose to feed your soul with?

Blessings in Light now and forever.

Angie xx

 

~via In5D.com

CONSCIOUS REMINDER: “The Best Version Of Yourself”

Every time you get comfortable in life, it will throw a bunch of hardships at you like as if it was waiting to do so.

Life isn’t the same for everybody. No matter how similar two situations look, they are always different and different people have their own ways of handling it.

Things that can be easy for you might be a nightmare for someone else.

Things that you absolutely love might not mean the same to others. What you need to remember at all times is that five fingers aren’t alike.

Different people have different struggles and their ways of solving their issues might not be similar to yours.

That doesn’t make them weak or wrong. That just makes them different from you and it’s OK.

Kindness wins every time. And if there are times when you think you can’t bring anything positive to the table then make sure you don’t open your mouth to say something mean and hurtful.

We all have our battles to fight. Adding on to others’ misery will never make you a winner, irrespective of how many odds you have conquered in life.

If you aren’t a good person then your accomplishments don’t really mean anything.

Now, this is for someone who doesn’t have anyone. You have to know that the best you’ll ever have is yourself. You are your biggest strength and nobody can love you and support you like you can support yourself.

What you think about yourself matters more than what others think of you. How you treat yourself is how you teach others to treat you.

Always remember that love begins at home, so stop being cruel on yourself. Don’t believe the negative things you tell yourself when you’re upset.

All of us should remember that it needs to rain before we can see a rainbow. Don’t let things like thunderstorms break you. Instead, use them to become the best version of yourself.

 

 

~via ConsciousReminder.com