You have a vibe that is at the very core of you. It is your magnetism and draws to you want you get and repels what doesn’t belong. Very simply, your VibeCore represents knowing what you want (you don’t have to know all at once, it can emerge over time.) Just the sense that you are defining it will strengthen the dimension of your inner experience and increase your sense of inner solidarity. Your intention to head in the direction of this greater self-definition of your wants is a strong force in your life. The more time you spend in an UpSpiral, the more you will get it touch with what you really want, because you will get a clear sense of what feels good.

Believing you will get it is next and that’s easy to say. Play to your strengths. Realize that when you play to your weaknesses you just don’t “feel good.” When you don’t “feel good” you aren’t coming from your strengths. Your strengths are you; the real you becoming even more of who you are.

Being open to however and whenever what you want will happen is the third measure of your VibeCore. You increase the “flow of life” that is a high VibeCore by increasing and letting go of you and your “stuff.” You keep you and what you have in a high degree of circulation and reciprocity. Give away what you don’t use, tip more, don’t be cheap with yourself, first of all. Be a wise philanthropist, give your encouragement, give your caring, give your precious time, give a phone call, give a smile, give 5 more minutes in a conversation with someone who needs to talk. Call someone just to tell them how much they mean in your life or special they are. Clean your closets, clean your garage, clean your cupboards, but don’t give away what you love, don’t work too hard at making this work by “false sacrifice.” Give freely, spread it around. And a few extra dollars to your church, workers who help you, and “hand-outs” that “in your gut” seem right to do are all the ways you can be a philanthropist, that in the giving will just return to you more to share.



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Dr. William K. Larkin

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