Have you ever left a place because the “vibe” wasn’t right? How about breaking up with someone because you didn’t “vibe with them.”
It’s more than just a saying. Faye Fitzgerald, a pioneer in vibrational psychology, says what you’re feeling is rooted in the complex relationship between emotions, intuition, and physics. In the following article Training in Power reviews the growing field of vibrational psychology, tapping into this interplay and how it relates to humans’ physical and mental wellbeing.
Vibrational psychology, a form of vibrational healing, looks at positive and negative vibrations and how they feed your overall energy levels. The field looks at such energy as guiding forces in everything from emotions and attitudes to thinking patterns and relationships.
It’s Based on Scientific Research
Everything in the universe is in motion and everything expresses vibrations as a form of energy. This energy can be perceived unconsciously or consciously, but such vibrational energy always exists. As Albert Einstein once said, “Everything is energy.”
Practitioners and followers of vibrational psychology explore vibrational energy to support the common mind-body connection theory. Vibrational psychology proponents see one’s vibrational energy as having a strong impact on physical health, mood, mental health, and the ability to communicate effectively and achieve goals.
High vs. Low Vibrations
It’s not as simple as pinpointing good vibrations and bad vibrations. Vibrational psychologists believe that high-frequency vibrations are created by certain thoughts or emotions, including acceptance, joy, and peace.
On the other end of the spectrum, feelings such as fear, anger, and despair are seen as having a lower rate of vibration. Vibrational psychologists work directly with individuals to uncover the high and low vibrational frequencies that may be responsible for their moods, behaviors, and actions.
Such high-frequency vibrations are seen as positive influences that can elevate one’s health and improve their life’s goals.
Several strategies may be used within vibrational psychology to focus on vibrational energy.
These include rhythmic deep breathing and different forms of meditation, with both allowing someone to focus on their body’s vibrations or sensations and explore their emotional and physical reactions to certain situations or words.
Such practices allow people to deeply explore their mind-body balance, focus on self-awareness and begin to understand when they are experiencing high or low vibrational energies.
Those who specialize in vibrational psychology may also highly value the concepts of practicing generosity and gratitude. Both practices are believed to raise vibrational energy through altruistic social behavior that has been shown to enhance overall well-being, decrease stress, and encourage activities to improve physical health.
Immersion in the outdoors is also frequently used in vibrational psychology since it’s believed to help raise or even reset vibrational energies. This may come from simple exposure to green spaces and different types of light and sound waves.
Such activities are thought to increase intuitive capabilities and stimulate natural sensitivity development.
It Also Comes Down to Relationships
Remember when you broke up with someone because the vibe felt deeply off? Have you ever cut ties with a family member or a friend for the same reason?
Those specializing in vibrational energy and vibrational psychology believe vibrations can be raised through experiencing healthy relationships. Bad relationships and conflict encourage negative, low vibrational energies.
But in the end, vibrational psychology may go a long way to helping you become more self-aware and better able to recognize such vibrational disparities.
And that alone can have a tremendously positive impact on your overall health.