Don’t scatter your Power

Uh oh. Pop quiz. What do you think these four scenarios have in common?

  1. She can break a crystal goblet with her voice, and I can’t.
  2. My “flip-flopping” mental chatter in my head keeps me from making decisions.
  3. The Islands experience larger waves than the Bay shores do.
  4. A typical light bulb can’t cut through steel like a laser might.

The answer to the question is “Frequency“.   What? How?

OK, so picture your half filled (or half empty) bathtub. No one else is looking so get naked and hop in. Just for fun, slide back and forth, (remember being six years old)?  You can make little, choppy waves by quick un-synchronized movements. But, by timing your pattern of movements together, you can also build bigger waves, right?  You can create a tsunami that spills up and over the tub, woo-hoo- I mean woops!  (Do I just have WAY too much time on my hands?)

When you get those little waves in sync, a single frequency strengthens itself, they reinforce each other and it’s technically called Constructive Interference. It can create a wave height TWICE the height as the original wave! This explains the strength of single wave-lengths in water over long distances against an island shore; or the ability of focused sound waves from a singer’s trained voice; or the power of your own trained Thought law of attraction and flow, frequencyEnergy. As they synchronize, or FLOW together in ONE frequency, they gain Power.

When you have out of sync wavelengths you have hills and valleys that “hit” each other, and cancel each other out. This is called Destructive Interference.  That explains why my changing frequency while “singing” won’t shatter a glass. It also explains the less powerful, choppier waves inside the bay or the bathtub, and the light bulb that emits a wide range of light frequencies that can’t cut through metal.  All of this can be thought of as a type of friction, or loss of Power.

Remember that Thoughts are just patterns of Energy. In our thinking, we sacrifice Power when we scatter our thought frequencies. It’s like the Physical thoughts that we have around us all day in emails, social media constantly pinging us, phones calling us, etc.. They can be quite seductive in pulling you away, scattering your focus, from what you wanted or intended to do. By trying to answer every social media ping, or call or email as they happen, you’ve given up control of what YOU want, of your Intention.

Our own Thinking also pings us constantly, as well, in the form of your mental chatter. We may want this, but that might happen…. We have to get this done but first need to do that….  It seems like every day we create choppy, scattered, thought frequencies, and live in the midst of Destructive Interference.

Our Power is regained when we focus, Entrain, our thought frequencies to a single Intent. That is the beauty of asking for, or knowing your Main Intention – (singular focus in life or for a day or for the present). That is the strength of living in the present moment (a singular thought). That is the Power of Meditating or Cultivating your Thoughts.

Think of it like this-  You are stronger and more stable while you focus upon being the hillside, rather than the cows on it. The cows are merely destructive Interfering thoughts, that ramble back and forth across your mental pastures all day.

This week, try to decrease your unwanted mental chatter, focus like a laser, purposefully and effectively make the waves you want and see what old destructive patterns you can shatter!

 

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“A chicken and some toilet paper.”

“Just a chicken and some toilet paper,”  she said as the car door closed.

45 minutes later, out comes a cart, my wife and a receipt for $167. 58.   I guess the price (and size) of those oven roasted chickens has really sky-rocketed!

From Kitchenettes, Kosher Rolls, and Kidneys; to Tires, Tomatoes and Telephones – you can get almost anything at some of these huge shopping centers and “Big Box” stores. 

The biggest reason they’re so popular is because generally, I think a lot of us are lazy. Some folks just love to wander a mall. Some of us just like to go grab a 6’ cart and go wander in a Big Box store and drift through it to see what we get.

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Just a wandering…

Guaranteed you come out with stuff you had no Intention of getting, am I right? You’ll use it, but you certainly didn’t know you wanted it until you saw it, so it ends up in your cart.

The problem starts when we start “Big Boxing” our life.  As a sperm, we all fight for a spot, then enter, and then just casually wander around and settle on (and buy) what we happen to see. We end up keeping what was put in front of us.   STOP  Re-read that.That’s a description of life.

  • Do you just settle for, and take what you happen to wander by every day in life?
  • OR – Do you actively seek with a specific Intent?

When you do not Intentionally focus your energies on what is Wanted, how do you know whether the Law of Attraction is “working” for you or not?  

How can you say that your Momentum is not taking you in the right direction, if you don’t know what your focus is on?

  •  Try this. Take a breather and just stand up for a minute. (I sure hope you’re not in your car…) Seriously, stand up and put your arms out and up like you’ve just won a world record, (you can almost hear the crowds cheering for you.) Stand comfortably on your tiptoes and now close your eyes. How hard is it to stay balanced?
  • OK, now assuming you didn’t hurt yourself, do the same thing with your arms out and up, (yes, again hear the crowds shouting your name- you rock star you!) but this time keep your eyes open and see how much easier it is to keep your balance?

When you have a focus in your life, the other senses (frequencies) just align naturally to help you.

“Wandering” only brings more of what you didn’t really want, or need, into your life.

Do you have “stuff” in your life that you don’t want? “Stuff” you would have never asked for?  What need or focus brought it in?    

Align with your focus and stay true.

(But remember, Everyone does have a focus of their own – and sometimes they “focus” on the whole store!!!  Ouch.) 

 

  More great stuff to come this week on Momentum and You!