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Bluntly put, it’s not a real thing. “Anxiety” is merely a sensation experienced when we interact with a frequency that is significantly different than our current frequency. Most often, “anxiety” is experienced when a connection with a higher love frequency or entity takes place. As the entity disconnects the sensation that has been labeled as “anxiety” is experienced.
I received a download around the true essence of this nation wide diagnosis of “anxiety”. I then shared this information with all of my friends I could think of that have been diagnosed and currently taking medication for “anxiety”. Each and everyone of their jaws dropped… looked at me and said, “THAT MAKES SO MUCH MORE SENSE!!”
Experiencing frequency can be confusing and overwhelming when unaware of what’s happening. As we begin to feel the vibrations of the universe, we are being nudged to open up and expand, to receive.
Over the last few decades or so we have been being assisted by higher entities, helping us raise the energetic frequency of this planet. Empaths seem to be more vibrationally stimulated, it’s as though there ringer is on full blast. The “anxiety” is vibrational frequency communication from these higher entities calling with a message. As one becomes excited and accustomed to these calls, the ringer can be turned down and still easily heard.
You don’t have a disorder, you don’t need medication, you most likely need to simply slow down, open up and listen as to what the universe within you and around of you is looking to convey.
We are vibrationally one with the Universe, we believe we have “anxiety”
because the universe is having to call us while in the same room… it feels jarring and unnecessarily dramatic, because it is. -Torie
If you google the word “anxiety”, the definition it gives you is, “its a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying”.
People don’t actually have “anxiety”, they have a label, a label that a doctor can give to anyone, so they can prescribe medication.
Medications do exactly what they are supposed to, they lower our frequency, dull our sensitivity and interfere with our connection to the Universe.
If you are experiencing nervousness, fear, apprehension, and are worry all the time…
It’s nothing to freak out about, it’s all an illusion. A perception of energy that can be transcended.
Demons aren’t real, darkness isn’t real. Nothing actually belongs to us, and illness isn’t real. These are simply beliefs and perceptions of energy being experienced.
Even the current Shamanic ways are beginning to get in the way of transcendence, because their teachings hold on to concepts and rituals, both of which are containers, which is form. When consciousness is fluid and energetic… ie formless.
The things we experience that don’t feel good or are uncomfortable/overwhelming, are simply messages of non-resonation, so stop doing them, no big deal.
When our body is sick, that’s a message too. It’s often our body saying “hey our lifestyle is garbage, it’s time to love ourselves!” that, or we’re experiencing ascension, which can feel like the flu.
Listen to what your body is saying, be kind, patient and loving with yourself.
Medication is always delaying the inevitable. If we can’t receive messages that are intended for us, they don’t just go away, they continue trying to reach us… piling up, until an outburst occurs.
Also don’t forget to breathe, when we don’t breathe, our brain suffocates and “anxiety” is experienced.
A great place to begin:
Set an intention to raise your vibration.
Raising your vibration will reduce vibrational overwhelm
and allow messages to flow more effortlessly.
1. Daily play, walking, stretching, DANCE!
2. Eliminating alcohol
3. Eliminating cigarettes
4. Swap coffee for tea
5. Get more quality sleep
6. Meditate (guided meditations are fantastic!)
7. Eat a healthy diet, daily green juice
8. Practice breathing techniques
9. Essential oils and aromatherapy
10. Laugh often
An intentional intuition aligning meditation
(I did this one daily, until I was no longer thinking about life, but was simply living it.)