How to Select Music to Raise Your Vibration (3 Key Factors)
We all know that music has the power to influence how we feel. We’ve each had the experience of being overcome by emotion while listening to a powerful song. Songs can make us cry or they can make us feel like we are on top of the world.
Most of us tend to choose our music by default. In other words, we simply pick out songs to listen to that match where we are vibrationally. We select happy songs when we are happy, angry songs when we are angry and sad songs when we are sad.
Since you know that music has the power to influence your emotions, it stands to reason that you can use music as a tool to raise your vibration. When you are in a low vibrational state (depressed, angry or anxious) you can simply pick higher vibrational songs that will help to elevate your spirits.
So how do you go about selecting music to raise your vibration? Here are three qualities that make up the overall vibration of a song. The higher a song scores on each of these items, the higher its overall vibration, and the greater its ability to raise your vibration:
1. How Pitch Affects Vibration
Like everything else, sounds have a vibrational frequency. Low pitch tones have a low vibrational frequency and high-pitched tones have a high vibrational frequency.
It is true that all songs have a variety of tones in them, but if you do a little bit of homework you will note that the uplifting songs (like say, Pharrell’s “Happy” or Katy Perry’s “Firework”) have a much higher average pitch than the sad ones (like say, Adele’s “Someone Like You” or Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here”).
The pitch of a song greatly influences the total emotion of the song, so select songs that have a higher pitch to lift your spirits.
2. How Speed Affect Vibration
The speed of a song is also part of it’s frequency. The faster the song, the higher its frequency vibration. The slower the song the lower its frequency vibration.
Our examples above also clearly demonstrate this phenomenon.
3. How Words Affect Vibration
The words that you listen to also have the power to affect your vibrational frequency. We use words to communicate about vibration with each other, so words that express positive emotions (like “powerful”) bring out higher vibrational emotions than do words that express negative emotions (like “worthless”).
Be mindful of the messages in your songs; some songs have an uplifting message and some songs do not. If you want to raise your vibration, it’s best to pick songs that are about empowerment, love and happiness over songs that focus on depression, anger or hate.
As before, our examples from above all support this claim.
As you listen to songs on the radio or on your iPod, evaluate how they score on these three qualities. You’ll see that the songs that make you feel good mark high on each of these items, and the songs that evoke sadness score low. It’s fairly easy to select music to raise your vibration.
To be certain, there is nothing inherently wrong with listening to songs that resonate at a lower frequency. They can be just as beautiful and meaningful as the higher vibrational ones. However, when you are down and want to feel happier, deliberately choosing higher vibrational songs can be a great tool for you to use to elevate your vibration.
As a final suggestion, it’s a good idea to have some high vibrational music (that you enjoy) around for the times that you need it. Create a playlist, make a cd, or simply select some radio stations that tend to play high vibrational music and keep them handy for a day that you need a little lift. Selecting music to raise your vibration is a quick and effective solution for a bad day!
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