A 30-Day (Personal Development) Challenge, Day 27: How to Improve Your Vibration #2

Hello folks, and welcome back to my 30-day personal development challenge! I’m Clark as you well know by now (surely) and before starting Day 27, you may have a look at my Day 26 activities and findings (if any). We’re almost there, almost there. Just four more days to go including this one, and it’s time to reflect on the rest of the ‘how to improve your vibration’ methods that I’ve learnt or realized and will now share with you my readers.

What Can You Do When You Don’t Feel So Good…

You know how it goes. It’s easy to say: meditate, appreciate, turn away from thoughts that don’t feel good, etc. But when one isn’t in a good mood, all that goes out the window!! You’ll just want to imagine all the ways you can get back at your enemies (which is fine if that’s the best you can do for the moment, but just have the awareness that you’re thinking revenge thoughts).

The same might occur if you’re not feeling energetic. Getting yourself to a higher vibration is going to feel like really hard work. By the way, I’ve learnt that feeling lethargic is caused by being in a low vibration. Hard to accept at first, but once you practice high-vibration for just one (full) day you’ll begin to see the truth of that. Also, there’s hardly any effort associated with raising your vibration. It’s just a choice that you have to make over and over again until it sticks. You expend more energy by thinking negatively.

Gratitude and Appreciation Works Fast

Whenever you’re feeling down in the dumps, or just ‘meh’ (so not exactly bad but not good as well, you might feel grumpy about something but couldn’t quite put a finger on what it is) you can follow my lead and do a gratitude or appreciation ‘rampage’ (to borrow a term from Abraham Hicks). I think it is one of the quickest ways to improve one’s vibration.

What’s important, and you should know already what I’m about to say, is getting your vibration back to where it should be. So don’t worry about whether you’re doing this in an organized way. There is no correct sequence of thoughts that you need to follow. If you’re feeling bad or tired then I assure you that it’s almost impossible to have clarity or organization of thoughts. Just think whatever comes to you, but you guide the direction:

I am so grateful for everything life has given me. My mother is sleeping peacefully. I can hear her snoring in the next room. It’s a good night to sleep early. I love my bed. It feels so good. I love being at home, sheltered from the rain. It feels so cool right now. I am so grateful for all the abundance that I’ve received previously and all the abundance that’s on its way to me right now. Thank you very much. I can’t wait to see how it’s going to come because it’s going to be so inspiring. This is so exciting. I wonder how, with my country banning travel to other countries, the Universe is going to bring me to this place that I want to visit again as soon as possible. I’m so grateful. I feel so light right now.

Try putting your hand on your heart while you’re doing this ‘rampage’. It might help you feel a deeper sense of gratitude. And always remember there’s no reason for your body to be tense. Just relax, guide your thoughts in the direction of gratitude and let the deliciousness fills you. Give yourself enough time for it to happen.

Read: Gratitude Meditation Script

So Long…

But only for today yeah? Come back soon to read the next installment of this challenge, where I will be putting down all I’ve realized that I’ve yet to put down thus far. I hope my ideas haven’t been too dis-organized, but I would like to invite you to focus on the feeling instead of trying to execute all my ideas in an organized manner. Do let me know below if you have any questions or comments, and I shall revert ASAP. Thanks a lot!

Read next: A 30-Day (Personal Development) Challenge, Day 28

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