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The Gravy Train of High Vibrational Living

by Theresa Haney


It’s that time of year again when everyone is reminded to count their blessings and share them with others. But why only now? Can you imagine what our world would be like if you were reminded every month, every day, and every hour to appreciate every moment...the good, the magical and yes, even the bad.

Being positive in an otherwise cynical society takes a concerted conscious effort. The need to belong and be accepted by others is so deep, that it’s relatively easy to slip into pessimism and agree with the skeptics and nay-sayers in your life to feel that ‘needed’ sense of approval. Like all behaviors, it takes a regularity of routine to rewire our brains for a new action to become a habit and it takes audacity to be different. Making optimism a routine practice in your life is elemental to any self-care regime. Optimism as a daily practice leads to high vibrational living.

In studies on emotional self-management, cultivating gratitude on a regular basis has been found to reduce stress hormones, like cortisol, by as much as 23%. Making lists of the things we appreciate has been shown to lower blood pressure, improve immune response, enhance the quality of your sleep and develop greater mental resilience.

Living a high vibration lifestyle also increases your ability to attract more of what you want. Optimistic leaders have an attractor factor; people are drawn to joyful and enthusiastic people and will follow those who consistently look at the ‘bright side of life’.

Living a full and balanced life is reliant on the choices you make; happiness is always an inside job and life gets even better when you look at everything as nutrients essential to our bodies and our spirits. A daily positive outlook, daily exercise, being surrounded by a like-minded tribe and of course, quality nutrition are the essential nutrients of a life well lived.

Join Dr. Christiane Northrup and her sister, Penny Northrup Kirk, as they share their path to the power of living in gratitude and how you can attain the gravy train of good vibrations too.

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