The Love Frequency; What Is It and How To Get There
Most of us have heard of Manifesting and the Law of Attraction, we hear talk about getting into that frequency, the love frequency, and once we are in that frequency, once we can live in the frequency of LOVE, that is where all the magic happens, Manifestation, Abundance, Love, Miracles. The love frequency is the 528 Hz Solfeggio Frequency, and it is thought to resonate at the very core of everything: connecting our hearts, spiritual nature, and divine harmony. This frequency is said to bring transformation and an increase in the amount of love energy, clarity of mind, awareness, activated creativity, and inner peace we possess.
Ok great, so how do you get into this frequency and how do you maintain it? Does this mean we walk around all the time (or as much as possible) spreading “love” to all, not getting angry, not letting things bother us, just letting things go? That could be difficult, and let’s face it, a little weird and way out of many people’s comfort zones to do this, right? So here I would like to share with you what I think and how I see it working in a practical way that can fit into your daily life.
Love is ACTION. Everyday action for yourself and others. Love is doing the right thing by yourself, and by others as well. Again, I repeat, love is action, not words, for without action, words are just words. The way I see it is pretty simple and a great blueprint for how to live your life, so let’s try and uncomplicate it and make living in the love frequency easier for everyone. Yes, there are different kinds of love, we have romantic love, kids, family, friends, pets, nature etc and the list goes on and on, but I do believe it boils down to some basic principles that encompass love as a whole.
MINDFULLNESS, RESPONSIBILITY, RESPECT, GRATITUDE, VALUES, TRUTH.
I’ve learned a lot about mindfulness in the last few years, I’d always thought I had been a very mindful person, through most of my adult life at least, but I have come to the realisation that I always sucked at it. What is mindfulness then? In my opinion, it comes down to being in the moment, yep…living in the now. Having a conscious and active awareness about where you are and what you’re seeing and doing in that moment. Let me give you some examples, how many times did you walk by that dirty cup on the counter, or that piece of paper on the floor? Either at work or at home? Have you ever been out for a walk and seen rubbish on the ground, been to a supermarket and found an item that belongs in the fridge section tucked in where the toilet paper goes or to a department store and seen an item of clothing on the floor? How much of your time would it take to pick up that cup and rinse it, or put the paper in the bin on your way past? Is it too hard to pick up that rubbish on your walk and put it in the bin or put that food stuff in your trolley so you can hand it to the cashier when you get to the checkout or pick up and hang that item of clothing back on the hanger? Sometimes I don’t think we even realise the things we are seeing and not doing something about it.
These are just a few examples, but can you see what I’m getting at here? Mindfulness is quite simple when you pay attention to your surroundings, it gets you out of the dreaded autopilot (the sub conscious) which we spend so much time in and into being actively engaged in your LIFE, NOW, where you are aware of your actions and thoughts and aware of opportunities. Absolutely yes…I do believe that being mindful is being in the love frequency as it also invites all the other principles in, love and gratitude for your home and belongings, love, responsibility, and respect for the condition of your environment, love and gratitude for the food and clothing we can purchase. Love and respect for your fellow human beings by being mindful. See how much LOVE, respect, responsibility, gratitude, and values you have been engaging in with these few mindful things you’ve done?
I also believe that it is essential we teach our children these principles, respect, responsibility, gratitude, values all equal mindfulness which equals love. Now don’t get me wrong, I love my kids, but I now know that I showed it the wrong way if that makes sense? Perhaps a better word would be unbalanced. That’s right, loving your kids isn’t doing everything for them, it isn’t spoiling them, trust me when I say this, it will only cause you grief in the long run! Loving your kids is teaching them how to be good people, now, teaching them all these key fundamental values…loving your kids is teaching them responsibility and accountability, respect, gratitude, values and mindfulness, arming them with the tools they will need for their lives. It’s not practical to expect these things from them as they grow if you haven’t bothered to teach them, it’s harder when they are older but it’s never too late to start!
I could go on and on but hopefully you get my gist, I think love is doing your best all the time, you may not be at your best some days, but you still do the best you can with what you have to put forward on that day. It will give you a sense of pride in yourself knowing you’ve given your best and that in turn builds self-worth and self-love which is the absolute foundation of love. If we could, as individuals, apply these principles across the board in our lives we would be essentially living in the manifesting/love frequency (not to mention we’d also be living in a cleaner and more loving home/street/suburb/city/country/world), which will make life so much easier, harmonious, and less stressful. Now hopefully this takes some of the mystery or wonder out of the love frequency and puts a practical spin on it so it’s easier to understand and put into practice. I believe by applying these principles to your daily life you will be more present in your life, therefore making you more aware of what’s happening around you and more in tune when opportunities come knocking.