Frequencies – It’s More than Good Vibes (Monday Motivation)

“We live in an ocean of motion” – Bob Proctor

While things might look solid, they are constantly moving at the atomic level. This includes humans.. Everything has it’s own frequency and vibration. Just like radio waves, human frequencies go up and down. This vibration and frequency can literally affect your health!

Did you know the standard frequency of a human being is between 62-70Mhz? Studies have shown people with a cold vibrate at a lower level of 58Mhz and cancer patients have a frequency of 42Mhz!

Every thought has a frequency of it’s own. Thoughts of fear have a low level and thoughts of Joy have one of the highest levels. What if we could spend more time in the higher levels? How would it change our lives?

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Reconnect To Joy (Happiness comes from within)

Reconnect to Joy

Ask anyone on the street to define joy, and they might struggle to find a definition. Webster’s dictionary defines it as a feeling of great pleasure and happiness. The second definition is the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune.

I have a little argument about the second one. While I agree joy is an emotion, I do not believe true joy comes from anything external. If being successful brought you joy, you would never see a celebrity addicted to drugs. If good fortune brought you joy, you would never see a lottery winner lose all their money. So what brings true Joy?

I believe joy is something we create on the inside and express externally. If you wait for some external factor to find joy, what happens if you never win the lottery or become successful? Are you going to be depressed for the rest of your life because you didn’t win the lottery? Perhaps my definition of success is different than most. To be truly successful, you need it in every area of your life; this includes relationships, spirituality, health, and finances.

What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his soul is an old saying that I love. How many times do we see this happen to aging celebrities? They have based their value on their performance, and when people start forgetting them, they get depressed and start having trouble. Does that mean they weren’t successful? In reality, they have found financial success but never realized it comes from them internally. 

Whether people love you or hate you, you can be successful. You don’t have to have a million followers on Instagram to be considered a success. I worry about this next generation. Society has taught them their value is in their face or body’s beauty. What happens if they have an accident and lose their beauty? What if they live past 25?

It’s time for us to realize joy comes from within. Happiness comes from taking a moment to enjoy the beauty around you. Roses fade every year. Does that mean roses aren’t successful in their growth or their purpose? No. They are beautiful for a short time. So are humans. We may live more than a single season, but if you look back over history, our lives are too short. We need to find joy in the little things daily and not focus so much on the superficial. 

I read a study once that said 20 seconds of deep laughter would double the heart rate as if you had done 3 minutes of an intense rowing exercise. What if we laughed more? What if we took time to enjoy the little things? How many good chemicals could we fill our bodies with by looking for joy daily? Decide today that you will be happy and look for moments of pleasure.

 How do you reconnect with joy, you might ask.

  •  Learn to say no to those needless obligations.
  •  stop “Shoulding” all over yourself
  •  clear your mental clutter
  •  create a stop-doing list
  •  engage in 15 minutes of Laugh therapy daily
  •  play with your kids and your pets.

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The Joyful Remedy

Happiness is a Choice, not a Result (Choose Happiness)

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When I was battling depression, I found that I had to make a choice every day. I had to choose to get up and be happy or let the darkness overtake me. This happened whether I was taking antidepressants or not. Then I began to study and found this wonderful quote by Ralph Marston.

“Happiness is a choice, not a result. Nothing will make you happy until you choose to be happy.”

As humans, we tend to think we will be happy when something external happens we will be happy. The problem is our happiness comes from the inside. How many celebrities have you seen that have everything money can buy but are still not happy? 

Happiness is not based on our circumstances but rather on our view of those circumstances. Sure, things can be bad around you, but there is something that you can choose to be happy about. 

I was part of a group once that tried to force happiness and positivity on everyone. As soon as you walked into the room, a middle-aged woman wearing too much makeup was in the front, jumping around, trying to motivate the crowd like a defunct cheerleader. Another spastic woman would meet you at the door and slather you will cheer. By the end of the meeting, you’d be exhausted from all the jumping around and chaos. I left one night and told my mother that I thought we had just been to a “Barbie’s On Speed” convention. While their intentions were good, they went about it in the wrong way. 

When I say you can choose happiness, I’m not saying you can never be unhappy. There are going to be bad days in your life. The important thing is what you choose to do with them. I won’t lie to you and say life is full of rainbows and butterflies. My 6th-grade teacher had a horrible saying. When a student would whine about something, she would say, “Well, life’s hard, and then you die.”

What a horrible thing to say to a child! But, in reality it’s kind of true. Life is hard, but you can choose to refocus, be happy, and achieve great things anyway.

“The greatest discovery of every generation is that a human can alter his life by altering his attitude.” – William James

We may not be able to change the situation, but we can always change our mindset about it. 

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So how do we choose happiness?

We choose to be happy by refocusing on better and brighter things. You can’t expect to be cheerful when you’re constantly dwelling on the negative things. Find something to be happy about. If you can’t find anything, then watch something happy. 

It’s Thanksgiving as I’m writing this, and last night I was trying to stress out about the company coming over today. My mind started to think about the stress and anxiety of the holiday without all of the loved ones I’ve lost over the last two years. I immediately began to feel depressed, and a headache came on. 

Then I caught myself and said, “No!” 

I turned to counting my blessings and tried to think of everything I could, but it only lasted for a little while. Later the darkness started pressing in again. So, I turned on a stand-up comedy series and laughed my head off. I finally fell into a peaceful sleep and woke up feeling great today. 

What happened? I had turned from negative thoughts to positive ones. An hour of what I call “Laugh-Therapy” filled my system with healthy hormones like dopamine, serotonin, and endorphins. Then I had a good night’s sleep and felt better the next day. Did I get any of the 15 people I’ve lost back? No. Did the situation change at all? No. I just changed because I chose happiness over depression. You can choose to be happy too!

Recommended Reading:

Happiness Is a Choice: New Ways to Enhance Joy and Meaning in Your Life

Whether depression is felt mildly or acutely, temporarily or persistently, it strikes just about everyone at some point. Drs. Minirth and Meier believe, however, that the emotional pain of depression can be overcome and avoided. Drawing from their professional training, counseling experience, and biblical knowledge, they explore the complex relationship between spiritual life and psychological health and then spell out basic steps for recovering from depression and maintaining a happy, fulfilling life.

Attitude of Gratitude (Monday Motivation)

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Did you know having an attitude of gratitude can literally save your life? It can lower blood pressure, drop your pain levels, and give you better sleep!

Here in America, we are getting close to Thanksgiving, but I’m sad to say gratitude is usually the last thought on our minds. It shouldn’t be that way. We focus on getting ready for family and friends to come over. We focus on cooking and cleaning, and travel plans. But gratitude is the last on the list.

I’ve been working on a new holiday-themed gratitude journal to help those who struggle during the holiday season. I’ll let you all know when it’s available on Amazon. It should be out this week.

You see, when we spend time in gratitude, we literally change our own biochemistry. Every negative thought sends cortisol and adrenaline pouring into our veins. On the other hand, every positive thought sends out good hormones like dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphins.

  • Dopamine: enhances learning, focus, and motivation
  • Endorphins: triggers feelings of happiness and bliss
  • Oxytocin: empathy hormone makes you feel more connected to the world around you. 
  • Serotonin: regulates attention, behavior, and body temperature

Studies show that people who practice gratitude regularly have 20% more gray matter than those who stay in a constant state of stress. 

“In everything, give thanks…”

It does not say to give thanks FOR everything. It says IN. It means that despite everything going wrong, find something you can be grateful for. Why? It literally changes our biochemistry, our behavior, and our health. I hope you take the time to adopt an attitude of gratitude this holiday season.

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