July 28, 2016

Yesterday I wrote about the influence of your DNA frequency upon your spiritual life. Today I would like you to consider the influence of the vibrational frequencies from both your conscious and subconscious mind upon your spiritual life.

Your mind transmits vibrational frequencies and attracts like frequencies back to you. You have the ability to chose the frequencies and the intensity of the frequencies based on those thoughts. What you chose to focus your thoughts on is your choice, your responsibility. Will you allow negative, fear creating thoughts to rule your life, or will you fill your mind with positive, uplifting, faith based, encouraging thoughts. Remember, you do reap what you sow in every area of your life.

When it comes to the spiritual aspect of the vibrational frequency you are putting out it would be a good thing to consider Deuteronomy 4:29, “But if from there you seek the LORD your God, you will find him if you look for him with all your heart and with all your soul.” There are times in our lives when situations and circumstances allow for greater openness to the spiritual realm. In such times we should be aware and ready to respond to potential growth and development. When we do, we have the opportunity to reap the benefits of doing so. We are encouraged in Isaiah 55:6 to, “Seek the LORD while he may be found; call on him while he is near.”

We are spiritual beings living in a physical body and really do benefit from being in close connection and relationship with our Creator. When we neglect, ignore or refuse to do this we are like a person who throws the instructions out before assembling the project or closes the cookbook before making a cake.

You have the ability to change your vibrational frequency through your thoughts when your conscious and subconscious are congruent and your faith is in the driver’s seat of both levels. There is great potential at your disposal when you discover and apply the principles of vibrational frequency in your life. You are 100% responsible as a steward to use what God has given you and to use it wisely for the benefit of those around you. Investigate for yourself and take immediate action.

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