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Embracing the Power of Vibrations

I was reminiscing about the first time I understood the vibration of freedom, growing up in Michigan with nature and motorcycles. I called my Mom to ask how old I was when I fell asleep while riding a motorcycle with her. She laughed, recalling the memory; I was about 5 or 6 years old. 

Years later, as an adult, I again fell asleep, the driver threatening to bungee cord me to him. When I finally got my own motorcycle, riding brought a sense of freedom: the vibration of the bike and the wind on my face, not to mention the bugs in my teeth and hair, guided me to shift my perspective. 


Finding Freedom and Peace

What about the vibration helped me feel so relaxed? Nature has a way of transforming through its many healing vibrations. Our ancestors lived close to nature, listening and feeling the vibrations; some still live this way. For example, they can predict the coming weather by a specific bird song. 

For over 15 years, I have been guiding others to relax and feel supported so that they can feel peaceful and free. I am very particular about the music I listen to; I would always bring my playlist when working in a high-end spa. 

Recently, I received a message regarding the first guided meditation I shared. It helped save someone's life after they had given up hope. Using my voice and the sound files from my friend's album Ascension transformed someone's life, not to mention the ones I don’t know about. Guiding others toward the most aligned path is the transformative journey I’m here to facilitate, and it brings me joy. 

I realize how the vibrations around us, whether from nature or our personal experiences, profoundly shape our lives. The hum of a motorcycle, the sounds of nature, or the gentle voice in a guided meditation or song —all these frequencies have the power to transform us, heal us, and connect us to a deeper sense of peace and freedom. I've harnessed these vibrations to help others find their path and thrive.  

What is an early memory that taught you a sense of freedom? Share in the comments

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