Living as a vibrational being, Part 1: We are conscious energy

We exist in a world with many different types of vibrations and stimulation. Our lives are filled with a surplus of energetic experiences. From the womb through infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood we are always picking up on and being bombarded by all kinds of energies.

We usually pick up on these energies subconsciously. They affect us, but we don’t realize that we are constantly picking up other people’s energies, as well as the energies of water, stones, plants, animals, electromagnetic waves, etc.

Simply stated, we are vibrational beings who continually pick up myriad energies of all different kinds.

We are entering an era now where our previously limited perceptions in this regard are expanding quantumly. Our beliefs about who we are and what we are possible of achieving and experiencing are being radically transformed to reveal that we live in a world of incredible depth and beauty that we did not previously realize existed simply because we had a very limited awareness about ourselves, our potential, and about the world we live in.

We have lived in the dark. But now it is dawning on us that we are much more than the physical eye and rational mind can perceive.

Shifting our perspective to the non-physical vibrational world that is all around us can be a bit of a challenge, given our very narrow over-reliance on empirical sciences and left-brain logic. The key is to shift gradually and to incorporate more and more of an energetic perspective about our lives and the world. By appreciating that every person and every “thing” has a unique energy signature, and that even our emotions, feelings, and words are energy, we will radically transform ourselves and our experience of the world.

Vine Deloria, a Native-American scholar wrote in this regard:

For primitive people the presence of energy and power is the starting point of their analysis and understanding of the natural world…primitive people felt power, but did not measure it.  Today we are able to measure power, but do not feel it.

As well, Rene Dubos wrote: Sometimes the more measurable drives out the most important.

By expanding our awareness in this way, we accept that we are picking up on energy and vibration throughout our day. Once we open to this paradigm, we can begin to assess how we feel in relationship to these countless energies. We can learn to trust our “gut” feelings, hunches, and instincts as a legitimate way to interpret and understand ourselves, others, and the world we live in.

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