Raising Your Frequency After a Difficult Day

"Pause and revise."

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Earth Energy Report for April 4, 2021 by Flora, the Manoamao Tribe, Andromeda

Reminder: Pause and revise.

Number: 16
Color: Yellow
Taste: Turmeric
Smell: Sandalwood
Image: Old Letter, family artifact
Stone: Petrified Wood

There are days of heavier energy than other days.

Perhaps you had a tough time visiting with friends that don’t quite remember that they’re creating their reality, and the experience left you drained.

You may wake up the next day with a spiritual hangover, feeling as if you are stuck in 3D and disconnected from your Higher Self.

Of course, you are never disconnected. But if your true divine nature seems so distant that you wonder if you’re spirit at all, try this:

Review yesterday’s events and note the things that gave you little moments of joy.

Throw out those moments that didn’t bring you joy. Swipe the image off to the side, and keep indexing until you find a good one.

  • A child playing on the neighbor’s lawn
  • Birdsong
  • A really good cup of coffee
  • Free parking
  • Trees in spring bloom

Those are the ones you’re looking to relive. Do it until you feel that smile on your face, and now you are off running back on your journey.

Every moment has the spectrum of possibilities to identify.

As you move up the frequency scale, your paradigm will shift to more positive outcomes. On the way up the scale, you may encounter some negative associations to rid yourself of.

This is the cause of your “difficult day.”
This is you, evolving.

Expect that further clarification will occur regarding yesterday’s event. You’ll probably find that it provides lessons–and solutions–to multiple subject areas you’ve been addressing lately.

Tomorrow, we’ll talk about how tapping back into those past memories can connect you with the Collective in an instant.

 

Collective Activity
Pausing to recollect
Bringing out artifacts to review
Letting go with intention
Preparing for good change

 

My love to you from Far Away and Very Near,

Flora