The body reacts to the mind. Are you sending the right messages?
The Chain Reaction of Thinking
Negative thinking releases cortisol and adrenaline. Negative thinking also blocks positive chemicals. Conversely, positive thinking releases positive chemicals like dopamine, serotonin, opiates, and oxytocin. These positive chemicals help build the immune system as they suppress the negative ones.
Learning to keep thoughts positive is good for our health and wellness. Keep the vibration of your thoughts high, and your body will follow along. It will match the vibration of a positive attitude and mind with health-giving enzymes. It is vitally important to remember that a shift in attitude causes a shift in biology. The mind is a barometer of our attitude and health.
The Cells in Your Body React to Everything Your Mind Says
Above all, this teaches us that our Divine Energy is worth more than any material matter. Our energy is the currency of the Universe. The vibration and frequency of our energy create either positive or negative results. For that reason, the greatest gift you can give everyone is to raise our vibration.
Our subconscious mind is most accessible when we dream. So keep a journal. Start with documenting dreams. Look for themes and patterns. This will give you clues to the content of the subconscious mind. Listen to the pattern of your thoughts. Ask yourself, what kind of chain reaction am I starting?
The cells in your body react to everything your mind says. Negativity brings your immune system down. — Christina Sagadraca
There are simple things we can do to raise our vibration; These are essential for overall health and wellbeing.
Increasing Vibrational Frequency
So, do whatever is reasonable to keep a positive attitude. This doesn’t mean you ignore problems. Be realistic, especially in these trying times. A positive attitude is more likely to find the best solutions. Remember, the Universe is listening. The cells in your body react to everything your mind says. And the Universe is also listening to your self-talk. Use your mind to maintain your health. Here are some examples:
- Monitor your self-talk, learn how to remove negative self-talk and negative self-image.
- Meditate regularly and bask in the transcendent to align and rejuvenate. This creates a positive chain reaction of peace.
- “be positive” with thoughts and intentions.
- Some people use affirmations to help keep their attitude positive.
- Use a Mantra to meditate.
- Listen to positive or calming music.
- Still, others need to engage in some type of exercise or other positive physical activity.
- Give of yourself to others in need. Helping other people is a time-proven way to raise your own attitude and vibration. Giving of yourself in service to others impact others and yourself directly.
The Mind Is Our Cosmic Connection
Above all, we must realize we are a part of a larger whole. Our own vibration connects us first to the Earth. The Earth has a vibrational signature. We are in-sync with this frequency when we become grounded. You probably feel a connection to certain places. Or, It’s possible you’ve felt certain places seem to emit either positive or negative energy.
Remember, the cells in your body react to everything your mind says. Be aware of the chain reaction you create with your thinking.
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