The Case for Connection
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“The need for connection and community is primal, as fundamental as the need for air, water, and food.” – Dean Ornish
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Whether you realize it or not, you are connected. Everything that we coexist with, we can not escape. As weird as this sounds, everything emits a vibration, including you. Vibrations that are in sync increase amplitude. Those not in sync cancel each other out. This is called the field in quantum physics.
We’re all connected
The visual I like to use in my own mind to illustrate how connected everything is is a single line, but off of that single line everything existing right now has sprung up. The line never stops, it never breaks, and everything is part of it.
In this way, we truly are connected to the universe, and to each other.
Now, with all the distractions we’ve created for ourselves, as a species we’re becoming less physically connected. Sure, we can digitally connect at the touch of a button through our phones by scrolling through social media apps or texting, but that’s not the way we evolved to connect.
Going back to vibrations, you know if you’ve met someone with vibrations in harmony with yours. You just feel better being around them, and they feel better being around you. With complimentary vibrations, you literally amp each other up.
You also know when you’re mixing with people with different vibrations. You just don’t get that feeling of connection. There’s nothing wrong with this, and it doesn’t even mean you won’t want to spend time with them. It just means you won’t feel as amped up as you would with a vibratory match.
Harmony in Vibration
When you do match with someone, your cells are happy campers. You feel excited, but at ease at the same time. In some situations, you may encounter someone who’s thought vibrations (yes, when neurons fire off energy they create a vibration) match yours in a specific area, and you get really aligned. But then in other areas, that may change, and you no longer feel as pumped about that person.
I know this is weird, and hopefully fascinating. The quantum field is a trip, but it is very real, and it affects us all the time. And our bodies have learned to use it as a tool. When we disconnect, we are no longer tapping into that tool.
The quantum field can feel good, or not so good, depending on your vibration and the vibrations you’re being exposed to. But something is very apparent to me; we’re meant to tap into that field by being connected, in close physical contact with other living things, especially people.
I’m assuming that some people have a vibration that’s in sync with a lot of people, and some do not. Regardless, finding your people and regularly having contact with them will intensify those feel good vibrations, that and to a healthier life.
That’s my theory anyway.
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Are you having a hard time connecting to others in your life? Some of that might be vibration, but more of that is likely coming from the way your are thinking about other people, and assumptions of the way they are thinking about you. I can help you see those thoughts, and change them if you want to.
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