Karma is real…. No matter what your Thoughts or Opinions are on the Virus

This post isn’t about judgment, but rather how the universe responds to what you put out. If you find yourself reading something and suddenly question: “Is that about me?” If that is the case it probably is to some degree because there’s absolutely some kind of lesson in there for you.

Karma is a real thing. One can think of karma as the spiritual equivalent of Newton’s Law of Motion. “For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.” When we exhibit a negative force in thought, word, or action, that negative energy will come back to us, though karma is not about punishment or reward. According to the theory of Karma, what happens to a person, happens because they caused it with their actions.

In this delicate time in our world, I continue to observe how some people are handling themselves, their families and their choice of actions. I keep observing a trend (as well as some of my other “awakened” connections who I have been in communication with) that those who are only thinking of themselves (coming from a place of “me” or “I”), those who have no regard for helping to stop the spread of the virus, or those who think they won’t be affected if they catch the virus, are seeing the consequences of their actions bite them in the ass. Maybe not immediately. Maybe not always happening directly to them, but for sure happening to those they love and care about around them, in return. What you put out, comes back to you. For example, if you spread the virus and make another person or family suffer, suffering will likely come back to you or a member of your family.

There is a lot of misinformation floating around the virus as we know, but what is clear is that it is taking many lives and I feel that it will eventually wipe out a chunk of the population – though that is part of the process and its purpose. Those of us living in the physical world right now have free will to make our own choices. With that said, for every action of yours, mine, as well as the actions and choices of those around us, there is an equal but opposite reaction. The universe responds to the vibrational energy that you send out.

If you think organizing a birthday party gathering during a pandemic when local numbers are high is necessary, you go right ahead and do so…

If you think traveling outside of the country and not quarantining you, or the rest of your household, after returning home is the right thing to do, you go ahead and do so….

If someone in your house clearly has the symptoms of the virus and you are sending your children to school, social activities, or allowing others into your home, you go ahead and do so….

Everything is connected.  Everything that you and I do or say comes back to us. What we sow, we reap. If you don’t believe me, sit back and observe the actions of your family, friends and neighbors and watch what is created in return.

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Accepting What is, and Manifesting Love, Hope, and Compassion!

Accepting “what is” is a “recognition” of what is going on around us and not necessarily an “agreement” to what is happening. With that said, what are your thoughts manifesting?? (I hope that it isn’t fear.) Remember if something is “real” in your brain, it will be “real” in the physical. In this potent time, what do you wish to attract? Negativity, resistance, anger, disappointment, chaos or fear? Or love, hope, abundance, inspiration and compassion?

Emotions carry their own vibration. When you come from a place of fear or doubt, you decrease your vibration. Emotions like love, peace, or joy carry a vibration between 500–600hz, while fear vibrates at 100hz?

GBS_What are you manifetingIt is vital that you align your thoughts to manifest positive outcomes. (This doesn’t mean you are walking around “happy” with what is going on in the world around you, but rather how you are reacting to it.) When you come from a place of love, peace, or joy, you are not just raising your own vibration, but doing your part to raise the vibration of your home, your neighborhood, your town, your state and even that of the planet as a whole. Something so useful right now.

You can raise your vibration through meditation, grounding (or earthling); listening to music or singing; utilizing a creative outlet, focusing on gratitude, spending time in nature, as well as accepting what is.

It is also helpful to remember to stay hydrated, mindful of what you eat, and take breaks from both the news and social media as needed, if not all together.

Accept what is and do your best to try to raise your vibration. It is something small we can do, but its impact ripples far wider than you think.

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