What does the word "vibes" really mean?

Have you ever really thought about the deeper meaning to the word “vibes”?

We’re talking about vibrations.

Everything in this Universe is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies. Even the apple or the solid coffee cup on your desk is made up of atoms and molecules that are constantly moving, naked to the human eye.

Did you know we all vibrate at a particular frequency?

The lower the frequency, the denser our energy - often this is when we feel angry, resentful, hurt, upset etc.. = low vibes.

The higher the frequency, the lighter we feel physically, mentally and emotionally. Feelings of love, joy, peace = high vibes.

Positive attracts positive. Negative attracts negative. Based on the law of attraction, our own vibrations will see ourselves attract people of a similar vibration to us.

Think about that moment when you walk into a room filled with people and you end up drawn to a person that you feel comfortable with. You "vibed" with them.

Now think about a moment where you didn’t feel compelled to meet up with an acquaintance again because you didn’t really like them or feel like you had anything in common. You just didn't “vibe” with them.

There’s just so much study on this phenomenon that it’s one of my favourite things to study at the moment. I study it through meditation each day as it helps me tune in and study where my vibes are at, then I take action to keep raising the frequency. I find that feeding myself inspiration really does the trick.

So it’s a no-brainer on why we created Run The World - this conference really puts me on high vibes. It’s not all about the speakers, it’s about all the women that we bring together that are vibin’ at a similar level. Imagine 400 women, feeling inspired, raising our vibrations all at once. Yesssss! Good vibesss all round.

Tell me about a time when you've found someone that you vibed with, I LOVE these stories cos they give me the feel good tingles.

Stay Peachy!

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Sheryl Thai, CEO
League of Extraordinary Women

Sheryl Thai