Guard Your Energy

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Although this message may have been originally associated with a particular date or day of the week, it applies whenever you receive it.


Assumptions: This article assumes that you are well-versed in the study and understanding of frequency, vibration and energy. If you are not, you would probably do well to study more about it so that this information makes sense to you. There is a link for further reading at the end of this post.


Audio version and gift below


Guard your energy!

It is your responsibility to guard your energy by doing all that you can to establish and maintain a high frequency.

There may be others around you who are not aware of, nor do they care about, vibration or energy–let alone, frequency.

Do not let them move you away from your chosen vibratory point!

Find ways to engage your imagination to keep your energy and vibration high.

Imagination is a critical component to the process, but, for me, things like incense and candles also go a long way toward stimulating my senses in the most delightful ways!

The result?

Heightened energy and elevated vibration levels.

In addition to imagination and sensory stimulation, I also read or watch something uplifting every single day.

Many of you who follow me at my main blog, know that my latest passion is gardening and interacting closely with nature.

I have no trouble keeping my vibration on point whenever I’m watering my plants or having a conversation with two majestic magnolia trees that keep watch over my bedroom window.


Frankly, I’ve noticed that when I stay true to this routine, I have more energy, clarity and joy in my life.

What do you do to guard your energy so that your vibration stays high?

I pray that you have a wonderful day today and that all of your wishes and dreams come true!

And remember,

Lady G loves you!


Links:

Bob Proctor explains The Law of Vibration

One thought on “Guard Your Energy

  1. Regarding the gift:
    Here’s some info that might be useful to get optimal results for your bookmark.
    Use 8.5”x11″ white card stock (It does not present as well using standard print paper)
    Cut it out and place a hole with a ribbon or tassle of your choice.
    Print color and quality may vary due to differences in displays, paper and printers.

    Enjoy,
    LadyG

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