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Everything is energy. You may or may not have heard that before, but do you know what it means. Everything in our Universe is made up of energy, including us. Energy vibrates at different frequencies. Your vibration is one way to describe your overall state of being. Mindfulness: the practice of meditation has been around since the beginning of time for a reason. It is essential in growth, self-acceptance, self-realisation, self-reflection and so much more. The answers we seek are always within us, not outside of us.

Thoughts: negative thoughts don't feel good. Often, our negative thoughts create a negative symptom, whether it be a stomach ache or headache, our body quite literally reacts to negativity. Words hold vibrations, choose wisely when thinking and speaking to yourself and others. Nourishment: fruits, vegetables, herbs, and quality foods show your body are sources of life-force energy which elevates your frequency. Quality food is grown by the sun and nourished by the Earth, which the body recognises. Chemicals like preservatives, additives, hormones, sugars, weaken your state of thinking and being. It is wise to avoid them as much as you can. Grateful: appreciating what you have now in your life raises your vibration instantly. There is no better feeling than feeling gratitude. There is always something to appreciate. Being grateful warms the Heart. Acts of kindness: selflessness is a true virtue. Our job on this Earth is to be of service and to help our community, our circle and beyond. No act is too small to have a positive impact beyond only those involved. Art: high vibrations are expressed in art forms like music, paintings, poems, listening to Qur’an and more. Turning on some high frequency sounds, reading beautiful words from spiritual masters can really tune you into a positive perspective fast. Expressing your own creativity helps do this as well. Make sure you listen to your intuition and express yourself, your Heart and Liver will be especially happy.

In TICM, unexpressed creativity or dreams can hurt the Liver system, causing symptoms like irritability, anger, red eyes or face and PMS in women. Connect to nature: in TICM, nature is our greatest teacher, always showing us the way. It is believed that the more harmonious we exist within the environment around us, the healthier we will be. Both in our mind and body. Nature offers us countless lessons, one being the feeling of awe. Awe is the feeling of being in the presence of something vast that transcends your understanding of the world. Many studies have been done and found that after feeling awe, people were more kind, creative and open hearted.

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