Vibration in Relationships
With holiday gatherings coming up it seems like a good time to think a bit about our vibration in relationship with others.
Have you ever wondered why you feel so differently with the various people in your life?
Why is it so easy with your best friend and so difficult with a certain relative…you know the one!
Are there people you feel secure with?
Are there those who make you feel peaceful, happy or content and then others who make you feel uneasy, anxious or depressed?
Obviously there are interactions and our own inner dynamics that occur that contribute to our feelings, but the questions here are meant to draw awareness to those feelings that seem to arise between you and another.
Our personal energy field is key to knowing why we blend easily with one person and not another.
Vibration, Individuality and Rapport
We each have our own individual frequency. When our frequencies are similar to another we feel rapport. Auras of dissimilar frequencies result in discomfort, tension or agitation. Our first impressions of another are often based on how our auras harmonize. Even though our fields may not resonate well with each other we can harmonize dissonance over time. However, there may be those people that are so out of phase with us that no matter how we may try, it is just too difficult, frustrating and exhausting to continue to try.
Vibration and Shapeshifting
We can learn to adjust and change frequency with practice- a sort of shape-shifting that allows us to adjust to many environments and people. This is easier for people with flexible fields than for those with more fixed fields.
To consciously manage this process means living from center and being able to maintain your inner stability or grounding. This ability allows you to interact with many people and environments in a positive way and is also very healthy and empowering. It is when we are unconscious that we are impacted negatively.
The most common way we interact energetically is through entrainment or harmonic induction.
The rate of vibration in your field affects others. A stronger field will induce change in a weaker one. We all know people we like to be around because they calm or energize us. We also have people that we have difficulty being around as they bring our vibration into a range that is uncomfortable for us.
Being centered and grounded is the first step to being able to manage your field when with others. To learn more about grounding click here: http://karenkallie.com/page/7/?s=Grounding