Raising our vibrational frequency

Raising our vibrational frequency

Have you received last month a newsletter from Dr Masaru Emoto inviting you to send healing energy to the Fukushima plant, on the 31st of March, at 12:00? Chances are you have as the message was forwarded via Internet throughout the world and touched millions of us.  It went as follows:

“Please send your prayers of love and gratitude to all waters at the nuclear plants in Fukushima”

For those of you who are not familiar with the work of Dr Masaru Emoto, in a nutshell, he is a Japanese scientist who has conducted research and published many books on how words, ideas and music affect the vibration of molecules of water.

I find this extraordinary that so many people from all around the world were sending healing energy to the waters of the Fukushima plant.  Humankind took on that day a spiritual approach and responded to this crisis by raising its level of vibration.  We were united together to change the vibration of the waters Fukushima plant.

It seems to me that this is a huge leap forward in consciousness.  More people than ever in history understand that we are indeed vibrational beings.  We are now finally learning new skills on how to live in this vibrational universe both as a receiver and as well as a transmitter of energy.

What is a vibrational being?

Everything in the universe is in motion; nothing ever rests.  Energy moves, vibrates and circles.  Animate and inanimate objects have their own frequency of vibration.  Human beings encompass body, mind and spirit.  Each of these parts vibrates at a different level of frequency.

The physical body comprises of the gross material energies vibrating in the material world.  Within this gross energy body are the emotional, mental and spiritual bodies that vibrate at a higher level. Our thoughts, emotions, mental states or physical conditions create vibrations, just as a musical tone causes an instrument to vibrate at a certain rate.

Our frequency of vibration depends on the amount of prana “life force energy” that is channeled through us emanating from the Source. The highest is our frequency of vibration, the more life force energy flows throughout our body and mind.

Prana is the foundation and essence of all life; the energy and vitality that pervades the entire universe. It flows in everything that exists. It is the connection between the material world, consciousness and mind.

Prana is distributed in the body through a network of the nadis “meridians” to every part of body. It is said there are 72,000 nadis in the human body.  Among them are three important nadis:

Ida, the “Moon”, connected with the left nostril

Pingala, the “Sun”, connected with the right nostril

Sushumna, the “Central Nadi”, within the spinal

Ida and pingala criss-cross each other at seven chakras along sushumna nadi creating energy vortexes. Each one is vibrating at a different frequency of vibration and is associated to an element. As we move up along sushumna nadi the elements become lighter and lighter, starting with the five physical elements of earth, water, fire, air, and ether, and then moving up through the spiritual elements of sound and light.

How can we raise our vibration?

They are many ways of raising our vibration some excellent some less efficient. I only can tell you about my own experience.

  • Love your self: The first ingredient for raising your vibration is to love yourself.  Until you have done the inner work required, the attempt to raise your vibration will be in vain.
  • Avoid spiritual pride and remain humble.
  • Be discipline: Just as children are happy when they have parameters in their life, so do adults.  I find solace in my discipline. It’s a foundation that supports me when life challenges me.
  • Be and think positive:  The universe operates as vibrational frequency. Positive thinking is lighter than negative thinking. Only say positive things about people.
  • Connect with nature: Nurture your relationship with the spirit of plants and animals.  Connect with their frequency of vibration.
  • Eat well: Eat food that is light, satvic and well balanced. Heavy food brings you down.
  • Laugh as much as possible: Don’t take yourself seriously. In order to raise your vibration you have to be light and laughter makes you lighter.  When you are too serious, you get caught into the mental plane and that energy is  heavy. So have fun as much as possible.
  • Help other people:  Helping other people makes you feel better and raise your vibration.
  • Be compassionate to yourself. You can only have compassion for others if you have compassion for yourself.
  • Practice meditation and yoga.

In my yogic practice, I have integrated the “art of pranala” transmitted to me by my dearest teacher Tjokorda Rai.  The purpose of yoga pranala is spiritual development to heal and transform our being.  Those of you who come to my classes understand that our aim is to raise our vibration through practices of asana, pranala, pranayama, chanting, japa and meditation.

The first principle in yoga pranala is centering.  We start by focusing on our heart center. We also use japa mantra repetition, such as ajapa japa to deepen our meditations and lead us to a deeper spiritual experience. Meditation stills the mind so we can witness and experience the energy body and its vibration

The second principle is rooting: Before we attempt to raise our vibration we really need to establish the right foundation.  Hence, in yoga pranala we ground our selves into the energy into the earth.  Otherwise we are like a balloon without a tread bouncing around. Our asana practice roots us while opening our body and releasing core tensions.

The third principle is to connect to the energy of the universe, to a power greatest then us.  We need to be open and receptive to the guidance from above.

The fourth principle is the fusion of both energies within us.  One of yoga pranala’s main focuses is on breathing both in stillness and in movement. Pranayama “breathing” balances and purifies ida and pingala nadis along with improving the energy flow in sushumna.

We also observe the energy movement in the body and learn how to move and nurture the flow of prana in the nadis. The flow of prana in sushumna is essential for raising vibration. When spiritual energy begins to flow in sushumna, our chakras are activated expending our consciousness to higher spiritual levels.

As we develop the ability to move prana and experience an expansion of consciousness, we improve mental clarity, develop discipline and personal power and gain harmony and health in both body and mind. Raising our frequency of vibration helps us to have direct and clear guidance from our higher self and realize our highest potential as well as unleash our self-healing powers to heal our self and others.

This is the journey that we undertake daily at Intuitive Flow, Sanctuary for Yoga and Healing.  You are very welcome to join us.

Intuitive Flow has a teacher training coming up in August. If you interested please check the following link: http://www.intuitiveflow.com/training/index.html

In peace and light,

Linda Madani