So, I've been noticing this a lot every time I've done vibe work and I'm wondering if anyone can relate, and maybe even add on to it.

3 days ago, I started doing a type of vibe work that is very efficient and fun for me to do. essentially, it is made to attract things and events into my life that I focus on. Another way of looking at it is "shifting reality" so to speak. Something I've noticed is that almost immediately after, the current reality or lifestyle I'm in begins to look murky or grey. Maybe, almost as if it's falling apart from its seams.

Which would be fine in theory, since it's kind of like "out with the old, in with the new", however experiencing it full on can be pretty unsettling. Here are some examples:

-The places I used to visit all the time doesn't seem fun anymore.

-I am beginning to have a feeling of "I dont belong here anymore."

-I am noticing more and more that not only am I not really able to relate to most of the people around me, I am beginning to drift apart from them.

-Old opportunities that were available (but were not the vibration I wanted to be in) are beginning to crumble (or already have).

-Random "crises" (I use this word loosely) as in family/friend issues.

-People from the old vibe trying to "reel" you in back into the old vibe. (especially during times when you're not 100%.That is what I find the craziest. I would literally run in to people I'd usually never see during times when I'm doubting myself).

I've seen all of this happen enough times for me to realize it's all not just coincidence. it always happens RIGHT after I seriously begin to bring in some strong energy. I think it's half the reason I never follow through with the vibe work and just drop it. It was not knowing if things will turn the way I want it to, or at all (since I couldn't see immediate, substantial evidence). I can literally feel myself drifting apart from the people and the environment around me. Maybe it's just a fear of jumping and not knowing if there will be something to hold on to.

Also, with that in mind, it makes me all the more jumpy when I see old opportunities (I did not prefer, but were at least an option) begin to dissipate. I don't know. it just goes back into the fear of knowing that if things don't work out, I can't fall back on those old oppurtunities. Let me clarify, I'm not the one who's PHYSICALLY getting rid of those old opportunities. They always seem to (in one way or another) terminate themselves. However, now that I think about it, I'm probably holding an illogical belief since right after I stop doing the vibe work and fall back into the old vibe, these old opportunities seem to come rushing back as well.....

The other reason is boredom (with the current reality when I start to do vibe work). Like I explained in the example, all the things that I used to spend my time doing are just not cutting it for me anymore, or I don't get the same feeling as I used to. Granted, most of them were pretty unhealthy, or just an all around time waster (i.e mindlessely browsing the internet). But I now find it hard to find ways to spend my time, at least in the first few weeks. Don't get me wrong I have things I do that are congruent, but at the moment, it's not something I'd want to spend my whole day doing. An analogy could be like playing ping pong. I like playing it, but I wouldn't want to do that and only that everyday. you picking up what Im putting down?

With that being said, I've also noticed something pretty amazing during the earlier stages of vibe work. Something that proved to be consistent every time. I noticed that within all the gray are flashes of color. Here and there, I would always start to see little instances of this "new reality" within the old reality. I like to think of it as sort of a gateway. It waasn't a problem at all spotting them. It was only a matter of interacting with them/it/her/him. The last time I did some serious vibe work, I saw one of those "flashes of color within the gray" and decided to act on it. In that case it was a poetry event (let me add that it wasn't even directly related to what I wanted. It was just a feeling I got). After partaking in it, I was led through several coincidences/synchronicity that led to an even bigger synchronicity that really surprised me. That time, that was only after about 2 weeks of vibe work. I don't want to go into detail, but let's just say that I was pretty impressed. It wasn't what I wanted, but it was like a "rain check" from the universe. However, for some reason, a few days later I slacked and eventually stop doing the vibe work all together. Maybe because I didn't want to be disapointed. Maybe because I thought I already did enough and was well on my way. Maybe it was just laziness. I don't know.

My question is mainly what is your experience with working with changing from one vibe to another one? Preferably a vibe that was very different from your old one. What did you do when continued with the vibe work (whatever that may be for you. Doesn't have to be exactly what I did.)? Did you also experience a similar feeling of "graying" and "specks of color here and there? Did you also have the feeling of things "getting seemingly worse"? Abraham once said, "It usually gets worse before it get's better". I feel like that holds true, but experience is the best teacher.

With that being said, feel free to answer any or all of my questions/concerns, as well as give me your experience with all of this.

asked 12 Aug '15, 09:25

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Sounds like you're on a great adventure. You are more visual than I am, but I think I understand your experience. Things do crumble. People do seem to resist. The old world feels encased in a fog. Following the little sparks of passion or color is a completely synergistic experience. I think it is how we were meant to live life and may be the way of the New human if we are indeed evolving as a species.

And, I think it's important to allow it all to unfold without pressure or fear. We each develop a sense of trust in the process at our own rate. I have seen three seeming obstacles to this process of emergence. One is a sense of isolation - like others don't understand or can't relate to us in the same way. One is a concern that we have lost our way, are going down a purposeless path or are crazy. And one is a feeling of overwhelm, like the task is too big or too impossible. I see possible evidence of all three in your description of your experience.

I am beginning to have a feeling of "I dont belong here anymore I am noticing more and more that not only am I not really able to relate to most of the people around me, I am beginning to drift apart from them. **I think it's half the reason I never follow through with the vibe work and just drop it. It was not knowing if things will turn the way I want it to, or at all (since I couldn't see immediate, substantial evidence)

That's why we have communities like this one. You are not alone.

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answered 18 Aug '15, 00:23

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Just addressing this single point...

it just goes back into the fear of knowing that if things don't work out, I can't fall back on those old oppurtunities.

If you really want to find out who you are in this life and what you are capable of, I can't think of a more powerful way to do it than "Burning Your Bridges"... :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EM6AG30Ud2M

When you give yourself no choice but to move forward ("sink or swim", "Win or Die"), you'll access energies within yourself that probably wouldn't surface any other way.

If you're brave enough to do it, it will give you the ride of your life :) ..and, if you stay focused on staying afloat (vibrationally), anything you currently perceive as obstacles/resistance will be swept away by the unstoppable flow.

If you prefer your metaphors in movie form, The Dark Knight Rises has a wonderful allegorical scene about making the jump without the rope...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUX8Psof_A0

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answered 12 Aug '15, 14:43

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I love this. Thank you.

(18 Aug '15, 00:09) imaginesue

shades of grey replaced black and
white, at first confusing but
later mind opening, it
was fear keeping him blind

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answered 12 Aug '15, 16:32

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Instead of giving energy to the old stuff which was out of alignment (of the positive vibration you wanted to be in), why not focus on what new joy and blessings came from the new happy, loving vibration you chose to be in?

Why focus on lack instead of abundance?

Fear of the new vibration is a vibration of its own (vibration of fear). Trust in Love and Joy more than you trust in fear.

Wish you the best, Peace.

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