The Vibration of Thoughts
By: Dawn James
Your body is physiologically tied to your thoughts, beliefs and attitudes. To be healthy, you have to recognize the connection that exists between your mind, body and spirit. Positive thinking is a first step in raising your personal vibration.
Scientific studies, and now scientific instruments, are being used to measure the effect of positive and negative thinking with respect to disease. Negative thoughts have just as much power as positive ones. They slowly chip away at you, resulting in poor self-esteem, depression and even illness.
How can one person succumb to a particular circumstance, while another person can thrive in the same situation? It simply boils down to mental attitude!
When you choose a thought, your brain cells are affected. These cells vibrate and send off electromagnetic waves. The more you concentrate on those thoughts, the greater the amplitude of vibration of those cells, and the electric waves, in turn, become stronger.
Positive thinking can raise your vibration up to 10 hertz (Hz), whereas negative thinking can lower your vibration by as much as 15 Hz. These measurements come from Bruce Tainio of Tainio Technology in
There is a saying: “You get what you expect.” In other words, if you think you are going to fail at something, most likely you will fail. Why? Because your energy follows your thoughts and you begin to create or manifest what you believe and expect. Remember that it is you who is originating those electric waves and also determining the density of them by your own free will. And know that it is you who has put your whole being in that particular vibration.
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Dawn James is a vibrational healer; distance healer, international speaker and author of the bookRaise Your Vibration, Transform Your Life: A Practical Guide for Attaining Better Health, Vitality and Inner Peace (English and Spanish). The book is also on Amazon.com, Amazon.uk, Barnes and Noble, Ingram and independent and metaphysical bookstores in