What’s Your Frequency?

You are more than just flesh and bones. You also consist of an energetic body that vibrates at a specific frequency.  An energetic pattern, a frequency that tells your story.  That explains, in no uncertain terms, who you really are and how you will react and interact in any given situation.

Why is this relevant?

You meet someone for the first time and you instantly gravitate to them or not!  I don’t mean you like or dislike them, although this is how you may describe it.  It is more like an automatic push or pull.

At this first meeting, you feel comfortable or uncomfortable, or perhaps inspired or let down.

 

The question is WHY?

 

According to the 9 Star Ki theory, at the time of your birth, you are pre-deposed to 3 different energetic patterns.  Your body, similar to that of a radio, has and will grow into 3 natural frequencies.  

Frequency 1:  The energetic pattern you are born with.  Your frequency as a child which you will emanate until adulthood – roughly until the age of 18.  After the age of 18, and only when you are stressed, will you revert back to this energy pattern.  This is your adult stress frequency.

Frequency 2:  This is your adult frequency.  The energetic pattern you emanate after the age of 18 but,  only when you are at peace.  When you are relaxed. 

Frequency 3:  This is your mask frequency.  What I refer to as your outside face.  How others first perceive you before really getting to know you.  This energetic pattern can be very different from your other 2 frequencies.

 

WHY is this important?

 

Because you need to spend time with people and people need to spend time with you to get to know what is on the other side of the mask.

In other words, you will never truly know someone until your 3 frequencies have interacted with their 3 frequencies.  And, this takes time.

You need to know how you will interact with the other person when you are relaxed and stressed.  Not just when you are introduced and you are both wearing your masks.

The Qualifier

I am a complementary care provider.  I am not licensed Medical Professional.

All the services provided by complementary care providers are, complementary too and do not replace the prescribed treatment/therapy of a licensed Medical Professional.

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