Is Your Frequency Affecting your Health During COVID-19?
Robin Perry Braun is here today talking about how our energy and frequency can affect our overall health during COVID-19. Braun is a holistic energy practitioner specializing in Emotion Code and Integrated Life Process methodologies.
According to Braun, everyone needs to be in tune with what their mind and body is telling them during this COVID-19 crisis. Our negative thoughts make us weaker, both physically and mentally, while positive thoughts make us stronger. You can determine if you are being driven by fear or by love during this crisis. If the majority of your thoughts are negative, you can actively work to change them.
Braun goes on to explain vibrations and how they affect our health and well-being. Every individual has a vibration, or frequency, which changes as our mindset and mood changes. Feelings of peace and joy are high frequency, while fear or shame are at a low vibration. Why do frequencies matter? Researchers have found that lower frequencies can lower our immune systems. Therefore, a positive outlook can actually help increase our immunity to fight off disease.
Braun says our surroundings can aid to combat feelings of fear and anxiety. For example, roses and rose oil have high frequencies and can positively affect our overall mood. Just know that everything in your environment is either raising or lowering your frequency, and you have the power within yourself to change your frequency.
To learn more about frequency and Robin Perry Braun, visit her website, Integratedlifestrategies.com
Conflict Resolution Under Quarantine
Are you fighting with your significant other under quarantine? Von Eaglin has an innovative way to look at the reasons behind your conflicts. Eaglin says that couples tend to fight over the same things over and over, making quarantine especially difficult. Eaglin says to combat conflict we must address how we argue. We can not focus on just changing the other person’s viewpoint to your own. Couples will never agree on everything. The core root of all arguments, no matter the reason, is our need to get our way. Because of this, Von says that only 30% of arguments are solvable.
For example, when you call someone and they don’t call you back right away, you may get angry. And, the longer you wait for them to return your call, the more frustrated you become. This is because you’re wanting attention that you’re not getting. If this sounds familiar, next time it happens, try to recognize when you start to feel angry. Then try and define what is is that you’re wanting. If you address your feelings early on, you may prevent yourself from acting out in a way you may regret later.
Eaglin recommends that couples determine their partners argument style or type. Is your partner a pit bull or a cobra? Listen to the podcast to learn how to determine your partner’s type. The more you know about your partner, the healthier your relationship will be.
Most importantly, if you feel you are in a dangerous or abusive situation, please get help. He recommends visiting Safe Horizon online for resources and groups that can help. To learn more about Von Eaglin, go to his profile page or you can even call him for a free consultation at (940) 282-2265