By: Jamahl Hokstam
We all operate on frequencies, whether we’re aware of it or not. In its simplest definition, a frequency is the rate at which something vibrates or oscillates. Everything in the universe, from the tiniest subatomic particles to the largest celestial bodies, has a unique frequency. These frequencies have the power to influence and interact with one another, creating a complex web of energy that connects us all.
The human body also has a frequency, known as the “biofield.” This field is made up of electromagnetic energy and is produced by the cells, tissues, and organs in our body. Research has shown that the biofield operates at frequencies between 1 and 30 hertz (Hz). When our biofield is in balance and operating at its optimal frequency, we experience good health and wellbeing.
Our personal frequencies can affect us in profound ways. According to Bruce Lipton, author of The Biology of Belief our thoughts, emotions, and beliefs can all impact our frequency. When we think positively and feel joy, we vibrate at a higher frequency. On the other hand, negative thoughts and emotions can lower our frequency.
It’s not just our own frequencies that affect us, though. Other people can also impact our frequency, whether intentionally or unintentionally. If we spend time with someone who is constantly negative, their low frequency can drag us down as well.
However, there are ways to protect ourselves from this kind of energy. Setting boundaries with people who bring us down. A second is to practice meditation or other mindfulness techniques to center ourselves, and surround ourselves with positive influences.
One way to know when you’re at a low frequency is to pay attention to how you feel. If you’re experiencing feelings of sadness, anger, or anxiety, it’s likely that your frequency is lower than it could be. Similarly, if you’re feeling tired, lethargic, or unwell, your biofield may be out of balance.
By becoming more aware of these signals and taking steps to raise your frequency, you can improve your overall well being.
By becoming aware of the power of our own frequency and how it interacts with others, we can create a more pleasant experience in life. We can make a conscious effort to raise our frequency by engaging in activities that bring us joy, practicing gratitude, and cultivating positive relationships. By doing so, we can attract more positive experiences and people into our lives, and create a happier, healthier existence