When we are able to understand the connection between thoughts, behaviour and vibration it can change our life tremendously. Exploring this connection can make living a beautiful and loving experience. Thoughts, behaviour, and vibration can have a very powerful influence on the shape of our lives. Our vibration can be defined as even the tone of our voice. How we address others, how we communicate and interact with those around us is an example of vibration. Whenever we speak to somebody, what tone of pitch of voice do we adopt? Is it high pitched or low pitched? Is it well balanced or neutral? This constitutes vibration and needs to be addressed in small and incremental steps towards achieving perfection.
Take care of your thoughts
The first step is to make our thoughts strong and powerful. When our thoughts are taken care of, nurtured and nourished then it can have a positive impact. This in turn leads to our positive actions, behaviour, and responses that impact our life. When your thoughts are clear and precise then it helps you to decide on the next step to take. But if your mind is clouded by confusion then it is hard to create a vision for yourself and see where you are heading or where you should go. Thoughts and behaviour are both interconnected and one influences the other creating our life for us. Pay great attention to you how you carry yourself and there are many techniques that you can adapt to change the way that you think.
Focus on breath
One simple and effective way of changing your thought pattern is through the process of bringing awareness to your breath. The practice of conscious breathing helps to bring clarity to your thoughts and to your thinking. This also brings you to a state of mindfulness leading to positive thinking and dynamic transformation. Yoga offers a number of techniques through pranayama and meditation to bring you towards the mode of goodness. Meditation techniques such as Aarambh Dhyan, Sthiti Dhyan can bring you towards this higher level of thinking. Tratak meditation, Aakash Ganga Dhyan, and Darpan Dhyan are some of the meditation practices that you can inculcate.
(The author is a spiritual yogic master. Founder, chairman and course director of Akshar Yoga, and president of the World Yoga Organisation)
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