Take a Moment to Access a Frequency
“Take one moment in your busy day to access a frequency. We are asking you to start small with this. You don’t have to make it into a practice that takes an extraordinary amount of your time. It can be just a moment. Start with a moment, and become aware in that moment of what it is you are feeling. What is your frequency? As you tune into your frequency, then you have something with which to understand what a higher frequency would feel like.
So as you go within and discover the frequency you are emanating in this moment that you have set aside, you can for a little while, explore that frequency. Let that frequency run its course through you. You don’t have to run away from it. You don’t have to judge it. Whatever it is, it is fine, it is there. Accept it and let it run its course. Then you find yourself in a state of neutrality. And this is a wonderful thing – to be neutral, to be in a place of possibility, where any frequency at all can be explored.
You could even choose the frequency of sadness. If you need to feel some sadness, but you have been putting it off, this would be a good time to safely explore your frequency of sadness. You don’t have to take on anyone else’s sadness; you don’t have to tap into the collective’s sadness. But as you feel your own, your own sadness, and you let it be and you let yourself be sad, even this is a powerful tool, an exercise in deliberate creation.
And we want you to take your frequency states with the same level of attention that you give the physical world outside of you, the same level of care. The way that you care for yourself physically, the way that you care for your environment, the way that you care for those around you. Care about your frequency, and demonstrate to yourselves that it is something that you can get a handle on. It is something that you can deliberately access.
And when you realize that you can do this, then you have no need to fear any feeling. And when you have no need to fear any feeling, then you have no need to fear any circumstance. And then you live lives of freedom, you live lives of awareness, and you live your lives deliberately.”