Is it what you do or how you do it? I'm sure it's a combination of both but to what extent? Thank You

asked 15 Dec '10, 11:38

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Activities that evoke emotions of wonder, beauty and joy bring about the highest vibrations.

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answered 15 Dec '10, 15:45

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The better you are feeling the more you are allowing your manifestations to occur.

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answered 15 Dec '10, 22:17

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The older I'm getting, the more I see the value in how you do it.

I would say a 70% (how) / 30% (what) mix for me.

Also, your state while you are doing something a certain way also helps bring a higher vibration to the situation.

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answered 15 Dec '10, 19:45

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I like the 70% how 30% what, but I was thinking the how might be closer to 100%. The how being love.

(16 Dec '10, 01:54) Brian

yeah probably 100% is correct, it just seems so impractical to do though.....one day I'll get there!

(16 Dec '10, 17:00) Back2Basics

the vibrational level of the sender along with the motivational cause of the act in question do contribute

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answered 16 Dec '10, 01:16

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I don't think it's necessarily the activity itself that determines the vibration but rather how you feel while doing it. When you're doing something that you really enjoy or that gives you a sense of accomplishment or that feeling that you're being helpful, then naturally you're going to feel good and your vibration will be a reflection of this.

The how is usually determined by the meaningfulness of the activity - the more it means, the better effort you put forth and the better you feel, and the higher the vibration.

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answered 16 Dec '10, 01:50

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Thanks Michaela, but what about things like taking out the garbage and cleaning the shower, how can we highten the vibration of these kinds of activities?

(16 Dec '10, 02:11) Brian

Personally, I just try to be as fully present as possible while doing those tasks that are 'less enjoyable'. Funnily enough when you start doing this, those menial chores, although maybe not quite enjoyable, do become a lot easier to do - I really have found myself on my hands and knees cleaning the bathroom and smiling :)

(16 Dec '10, 02:19) Michaela

Nice, Thank You.

(19 Dec '10, 23:21) Brian

You're welcome Brian:)

(20 Dec '10, 12:46) Michaela
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