Emit Our Own Frequency

“As the body, mind and emotions become more integrated, our true Self begins to emerge. We realize that we are not separate and apart from the world. We are actually one with it. The same enlivening energy that flows through us flows through all things. Like the stones, stars and oceans, we are patterns of energy composed of the one unifying Essence that permeates allΒ things.” ~Ann Mortifee

“Everything changes when you start to emit your own frequency rather than absorbing the frequencies around you, when you start imprinting your intent on the universe rather than receiving an imprint from existence.” ~Barbara Marciniak

Author: Gina Day

I enjoy gathering uplifting things for sharing, with hopes of brightening the day.

30 thoughts on “Emit Our Own Frequency”

  1. It’s so true, Gina. Emitting and also amplifying one’s own frequency is truly the best way to live as a co-creator with life, the Universe and everything. I’m loving these posts that you’re doing, dear heart!

    1. Cathy!! Your visits and comments are more uplifting than I can find words for! You have a way of sending a hug through the system that warms and brightens my heart. Thank you! Love, Gina

  2. I like that first quote very much, or I like them all, but that one especially. It made me think of a story, I will share it with you. For a short time in Norway I worked as a teacher teaching little children. One of the subjects I taught was comparative religion (which is on the curriculum in Norway from 1st class to Senior High School). I had just taught the children about Hinduism, and we were talking about God. I had explained to them that the Hindus believe that God is in everything, and that the Buddhists believe that we should not hurt a single living being because that living being is a precious soul, just like us. The children were so excited to talk about all these things (they were 10!) and we had a wonderful lively discussion. A few days later we went on a picnic with the rest of the school. On the way to the picnic spot (we were walking) one of the boys in my class started tearing off a branch from a bush, he wanted to use it as a play-wand, I called out to him and told him not to touch the bush. Then another boy added: “yes, you must not hurt that bush because God is in it!” The other boy immediately let go of the branch, and said “Oh, yeah, I forgot”. πŸ™‚

    1. OH I LOVE THAT! What an amazing story Line. Thank you so much for sharing this delightful example of God being everywhere… as well as how children are incredibly wise teachers (for each other and all of us). Also this story reminds me of the wonderful quote I shared from KindnessBlog recently, about how teaching a child not to step on a caterpillar is as important to the child as it is to the caterpillar. Both of these boys’ comments were adorable but I especially LOVE what the first boy said, that ‘God is in it!’ I love this saying. And how wonderful that in Norway comparative religion is part of the curriculum? I love that too!
      Line I absolutely adore your stories, examples, and You! Thank you dear heart. Your visits and generous comments are always a delight. πŸ™‚ Happy hugs of grateful friendship always, xo Gina

      1. I am so happy you liked the story Gina!! πŸ™‚ Yes, in Norway we teach children comparative religion from 1st to senior High School( from students are 6 to they are 19 years old). It is part of the curriculum. They learn about all the major world religions as well as Baha’i, Shintoism, Sikhism, New Age (or alternative religion/spirituality) and many more smaller religions. I have been teaching this subjects to 8 year old children as well as 10 year old children. It is lovely! Big happy hugs to you as well Wonderful and lovely Gina!! πŸ™‚

  3. barbara’s writings are very encouraging, and i’m not surprised that you have shared her wisdom! i too am loving your posts – you are definitely a beacon in the night to many!

    it’s my loss that i’m online so rarely, as i miss many of your posts, but what a gift it is when i DO get to read your posts! z

    1. Bless your heart Lisa! And how happy it makes me when you ARE able to be online, both visiting around and sharing your great posts. I need to come over for a visit. I do hope your heart is staying strong with the development in your area. So sad for those beaches and natural areas. Hang in there dear one! xo Gina

  4. What a perfect way to end my day Gina with your wonderful reminders of grace and energy and the alivedness of all!

    Thank you my friend. Your gifts resonate continually within me.

    1. Thank YOU Louise! Your visit is a wonderful way for me to end my day too, signing off and tucking in with thoughts of gratitude for you and your friendship. Your posts resonate with me too, and I’m delighted we can share that back and forth. xo

  5. Your post is beautiful and the comments from others are uplifting. This is the joy of blogging. If we are selective in who we follow we become part of a truly beautiful community of people who appreciate and reflect the truly spiritual goodness in the world.

    1. I too have found there’s a wealth of priceless goodness to be found right here in our blogging family. Being selective in who we follow is like being selective and careful of what thoughts we choose to think. By observing my energy level I can see which blogs raise my energy and which ones bring me down. There’s enough in the world to bring me down so I’m always drawn to places that help lift my energy and raise my spirits. I hope to help create one of those kinds of places too! Big hugs to you, dear heart. xo Gina

  6. Gina, this is such a special post for today. It isn’t just the message … but the bringing together of so many like minded people. I love how you connect people with your photos and messages. It creates such a positive energy around your blog and others too!
    Sending you a virtual hug!
    Val x

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