Mind Soul

The Universe and You
March 18, 2016
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You may have come to a point in your life when you’re wondering what your purpose in life is. What is your place in the universe? In the grand scheme of things, just where exactly do you stand? Here’s what you need to know.

Everything in the world, is energy. If you’ve been to a ninth grade Physics class, the first thing you learned about energy is that it can neither be created, nor destroyed. It can only be transformed from one state to another. Ponder this for a moment. You are energy. When you die, your body is not destroyed. It is transformed from flesh to earth.

We each have our own vibration in the universe, a unique frequency that we use to connect the rest of the universe. When your frequency is vibrating with positivity, your vibrations are likely to synch with other positive vibrations. After all, birds of a feather, flock together. In contrast, if your frequency is vibrating with negativity, your vibrations are likely going to resonate with other negative vibrations. It isn’t just a likelihood. It is a certainty. It is a law of the universe.

Have you ever wondered why your parents/caregivers are so keen on making sure you keep good company? If you choose to hang out with junkies, you will likely end up doing drugs yourself. It is an inevitability. Your vibrations will shift frequencies until they sync up with those of your company, especially when you think you know what you’re doing.

The good news is that there’s two sides to everything and you hold free will.

Your perspective is what determines the life you live. If you choose to always find something to be grateful for, you will see your life improve. If you choose to wallow in negativity and always find something to complain about, your life will be a chain of misery. Nothing will make you happy, and you know, nothing can make you happy if you are unhappy with yourself.

Keeping a positive attitude isn’t always easy, especially when things look bleak. Whenever you catch yourself spiralling down the negativity well, remind yourself to stay hopeful. Write down some positive mantras to recite. Be mindful of your thoughts and as often as possible, remind yourself of the things you are grateful for in your life.

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About author

Wanjiru Ndung'u

Wanjiru Ndung'u writes fiction, poetry and essays. She is an irretrievable night owl, tea-lover and cat mom. She enjoys books, alternative music, movies and streaming shows.

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