Practicing happiness 30

It’s a vibrational game!

What a fitting subject for my 30th post in this series!

I am coming to understand that happiness is a vibrational game. What this means is that the vibration of your thoughts or attention matters. It’s the vibration that really counts – not the words, not the subject, not the meaning, not the context.

I’ve tried to “let go” of resistance by analysing, unpacking, and trying to shift it. But that’s not what letting go looks like.

I thought there had to be some process of unlocking, undoing, reprogramming resistant thoughts; but so long as I’m focused on those resistant thoughts, that’s the vibrational signal I’m broadcasting!

Even though it felt like progress, even though I could recount great narratives of my realisations; I was still broadcasting resistance.

That’s not letting go. Letting go is…bypassing. Letting go is changing the subject. Letting go is focusing somewhere else. Letting go is going around the obstacles in my path rather than trying to remove the obstacles.

That’s why it’s a vibrational game. All that matters is the vibration you are broadcasting and you know it by how it feels.

I love knowing that I create my reality. I love knowing that I attract everything into my experience. I love knowing that my experience and my feelings are a perfect match to what I’ve been broadcasting, and I love knowing that I can change what I broadcast. And I really really really love knowing that it’s easy to change what I’m broadcasting, I just need to focus on anything that feels good.

Like any game it takes practice to get better at it. It took me lots of practice to realise that it was a game! But now I know, and it will keep getting easier and more fun as I continue.

Every time you feel bad, switch to a thought that feels good. Spend time writing out thoughts that do feel good, and more will come. Relish the good feeling these thoughts bring you, and when you notice you’ve stopped feeling good, take the time to get back in that good feeling vibration again, and don’t beat yourself up when you fall out!

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