- the rate at which something occurs or is repeated over a particular period of time or in a given sample.
- the rate at which a vibration occurs that constitutes a wave, either in a material (as in sound waves), or in an electromagnetic field (as in radio waves and light), usually measured per second.
Everything in this worldly experience that you can see, smell, touch, or taste, emits its own unique frequency that adds to the atmosphere of the world.
What we have the most control over is our own frequency, and how we digest the frequency of others. It is good to check in with yourself daily, how is my frequency right this moment? Is it High? Low? Rapid? Smooth? Calm? Fast? Slow? Rhythmic? Erratic? Welcoming? Repelling? Selfish? Generous?
Once again, the word of the week became a practical tool that I was able to apply to my immediate life; when I found myself caught off guard yesterday by a very strong negative frequency of another person. It reminded me how in the blind we can be when it comes to how we give ourselves to the world. I am willing to bet if this woman were in a positive headspace and saw another person behave the same way she did, she would be appalled.
Where frequency being on my mind came in handy is as this interaction unfolded I was able to separate my emotions from the incident and not internalize her unsavory frequency. Instead my heart came to her defense, reasoning that I had no idea what her day had been like. This allowed me to forgive her misplaced aggression toward me and move on without allowing it to affect my day.
What I hoped to impart to the students I crossed paths with this week is how easy it is to forget about the impact our frequency has on others, and the importance of observing rather than absorbing the never ending bombarment of other peoples frequencies.
Ways I shared frequency in class:
My frequency is positive, vibrant, and free.
I take responsibility for my frequency.
Other sweet F words:
WEEKS GONE BY:
G: Stay tuned for next weeks post- OR- come to class!
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