…Is identifying where you want to attach.
Your VibeCore is a like a magnet of energy you put out that attracts to you what you get in life.
Let’s first talk about the whole idea of a personal vibration. It is not a new idea. You really already know about this if you listen to your “gut” or your intuition, or the sense you have when you walk into a room. It is so much a part of us that we don’t even really notice it, but we use it all the time.
A vibration is your “vibe,” it’s the vibe you put out to others about who and how you are. And it’s the vibe you pick up from others about who and how they are.
It is so close to you it’s almost like an instinct. It can come as a surprise, though, that we may be better at picking up someone else’s vibe more than we are aware of what is our own vibe and what makes it what it is.
The longer you are around another person’s vibe, that you have learned to be so used to their vibe that you can read them in an instant. We sometimes call it reading their “mood,” but this is much more than mood. Mood is an outcome of one’s VibeCore.
Wanting is not an easy thing because we are given so many messages about wanting, and especially about desiring.
We have also been trained, oftentimes, that our wants and wanting are selfish, that we want too much, even that we are greedy.
We are often times told to be satisfied with what we have, that we are never content, always wanting more. Feeling guilt for wanting and desiring is an easy experience for many people.
Wanting what we want is a matter of an issue called “attachment.” Your first job, after you were born, was attachment to the world. We are almost obsessed by “letting go” philosophies and ideas, and for sure there are things we must let go of having, being, and doing.
But the great secret of letting go is to define what it is that you really want to attach to. A focus on letting go takes the energy away from defining the next attachment, the next area of growth, the momentum of forward-moving progress.
Do you have to let go first? No. But you will subtly let go when you even start to think about what you want next, about what is next, about where you are going.
Wanting and desire and attachment are more important than letting go.
You do not have to know in a day, on the spot, what you want. You only have to be guided by your own intention to getting there.
You do not have to have “certitude” that you will get it, but you do have to be aimed at using your real strengths more and more.
Playing to your strengths builds your VibeCore, and should increasingly become your mantra.
© Dr. William K. Larkin