Raising Your Vibration: Everyday Tips #1

Those of you who have followed me for awhile have probably noticed that I haven’t been writing much lately. I’ve recently launched a new personal development firm, Inner Architect, and I’m in the midst of writing a new book, Inner Architect: How to Build the Life You Were Designed to Live. The result is that I’ve missed sharing my voice, that inner spirit that I believe is within all of us.

I continue to be surprised at the popularity of my articles about raising your vibration. So I want to do more to service that topic, beginning today.

Raising your vibration is not about esoteric ideas that you can employ every other Saturday during meditation. It’s all about making little shifts in how you show up in ordinary life that transform the energy of what you put out into the universe.

Today’s tip for raising your vibration: Watch Your Language

My father, who I adore, spent his career as a longshoremen on the docks of San Francisco and Oakland, so I am very familiar with “colorful” language. My dad has mellowed over time, and now retired for over 10 years, I honestly can’t recall the last time I heard him swear. Words that used to shock and embarrass me are gone. What remains is an energy of peace and a willingness to share life experiences.

Without even knowing, my father has raised his vibration in a way that influences everyone he meets.

4 thoughts on “Raising Your Vibration: Everyday Tips #1

  1. While I was serving in the Navy, I heard a lot of colorful language. Some, in context, was actually quite funny. Yet overall, it became a self-perpetuating thing, creating an atmosphere that rather degraded everyone involved.


  2. Malcolm,

    It is interesting how profanity can degrade the atmosphere. When I catch myself thinking about inserting a swear word into a sentence, I often immediately recognize that it will change the energy of what I am saying. It puts an edge to everything.


  3. Hey Susan,

    This was definitely a brillant post!

    I beleive in the power of energies and vibrations and based on what you have mentioned above – I could relate to the same really well. I have seen myself toned down quite a lot in the last few years in comparision to what I was. Guess, its not only just the factor of growing up but also the influences of people around you who vibrate those kind of positive energies and vibrations that are able to transform you as an individiual.

    Would love to read the first chapters of both your books –if you email the same out to me. Would love to hear from you more on this subject as well.

    Keep up the good work!

  4. Hi deepsm25,

    Thanks for your sharing. I agree that positive energies and vibrations have the power to transform. Let’s not forget also that we are the gatekeeper of our own energies and vibrations. We feed ourselves by what we surround ourselves with, but it really comes from within.

    Thanks for your interest in my books. I’m happy to get some preview sections to your email address.

    Be well,

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