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Once upon a time, there was only one browser. And in that browser, only one window.
When you were finished looking at the stuff in that one window, you would click on a link to fill it with new information, and then you’d look at that.
Oh but now! An idea! Let’s research it. And while you’re reading, oh! Another idea! But you’re not finished with the first idea, so you open a new tab, and start your research over there. More ideas build up, and suddenly you find yourself with a dozen open tabs, and you can’t remember what you were researching in the first place.
During your awakening process, it’s normal to be hungry for all the knowledge you can ingest. And new technology that encourages multiple simultaneous ideas makes it especially easy for the ravenous researcher to collect information at lightning speed.
But those tabs can mess with your frequency.
Think of an inflated balloon with a stone inside of it. If you shake that balloon, the stone will bounce from one side to the other, hitting at different points across the inside of the sphere. This is similar to how an awakened mind thinks; it’s holographic rather than linear.
This is great! Unless you can’t let go of thoughts. And then, things get crowded in there.
Your online inquisitions memorialize these disjointed thoughts, each on its own tab. And if you’re like me, you don’t finish your business on the sites; so you leave them open, telling yourself you’ll go back and finish up later. If there are so many that the icons disappear, then I’m talking to you!
So what happens to your frequency when you revisit your browser and you see all of those things waiting for you?
Scanning those colorful desktop icons is like tiptoeing across a row of energetic land mines.
Each tab sits waiting…ready to explode volumes of information…all over you.
Some of it is probably uplifting. And some of it, probably not. Memories, regrets, reminders, bad news…they sit ready for you. Over and over, as you repeatedly scan that list of icons, your frequency can fluctuate wildly, based on your ideas about the content represented there.
“Oh this one, I need to do that. Oh and that one, I forgot to check out my cart. And these? I’ll get to it soon, I promise.”
This is you, unconsciously scattering your thoughts through technology.
Every time you re-introduce the energy of your browser’s contents back into your awareness, expect a new version of YOU from the absorption of it. If you are aware of something, then it is changing you. How?
You automatically process this information on a minimum of 3 levels:
Physical: You click on a tab.
Mental: You read the words and view the images.
Emotional: You store a feeling about the information you just read.
The emotional level is where the energy does its thing, and chances are you aren’t even aware that you’re registering a feeling about the contents. Yet that stuff sticks in there, if it remains unobserved.
As you awaken still further, you’ll process all of the levels consciously.
Let’s jump up one more level to hone your badass skills:
Creational: You observe what you just did. You ask why you did it. And you decide how it served you.
You can ask yourself two quick questions to process at the Creational level:
“What is the lesson here?”
“What is this information reflecting back about me?“
Remember that while you’re in the physical, everything that you see is a reflection of you in some way. You have put it there. It’s a beautiful orchestration of learning possibilities, often wrapped up in mysterious packets of information and stashed in your environment.
Real growth occurs when you determine the reason something showed up, AND you are aware of your response to it.
This fourth level of processing takes focus, but it is the whole purpose for coming to Earth: To learn, to experience, and to expand.
You will want to be efficient with your energy; this includes reducing the amount of noise going through your conscious mind. With less to process, it’s easier to maintain your frequency.
So take a look at your tabs and consider closing as many as you can.
I’m not advocating the more linear “one window at a time” theory—although it is very Zen and you may get there by choice—but rather, for the purposeful retention of energy that uplifts you.
Try consciously processing your tabs on all four levels. And don’t forget to thank yourself for taking care of your own vibration as you’re clicking on each little “X.”
Love to you.