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Raising your vibration – 20 ways to elevate your mood

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We have the power to not only design our life but also our day. What is it that we can do to change our energy and raise our vibration? 

Vibration is related to our life force energy – Prana – that we feel when someone enters the room and makes their presence felt. 

In that sense when we talk about raising our vibration it’s not just an act of self care but also one that creates a rippled and collective effect on everyone we interact with. I wanted to share what are some of the simple things I do to raise my energy and vibration.

There are days when things just won’t feel the same, there are challenges or something needs my attention so much that I don’t have to time and space for myself. 

However, on most of the days there are things I can do that will always help me feel calm, happy and at peace with myself.

These are the 20 things that always help me raise my vibration and make me happier –

  1. Sleep around the same time daily – between 10 pm and 11 pm
  2. Read something daily – a book, quote, article, blog post
  3. Wake up before the routine of the day begins – breakfast, drop off to school, which means around 6 am – so I have time to meditate, gratitude journal, movement – lifting weights is always a bonus.
  4. Drink tea mindfully 
  5. Write in my journal in the morning – reflecting on the most important thing for the day
  6. Connect with a loved one – around me – give them a hug
  7. Practice gratitude
  8. Water my plants
  9. Practice breathwork through the day
  10. Light a candle, incense, burn sage, palo santo
  11. Declutter a space – even it it means doing it for 5 mins
  12. Take a walk 
  13. Snuggle with my dog
  14. Hug my daughter
  15. Do nothing – set an inquiry in silence – how am I feeling in that moment – what do I need ?
  16. Plan a fun activity in the future
  17. Listen to a motivational Ted Talk
  18. Pick flowers from my backyard
  19. Gaze at the sun in the am and gaze at the moon in the night
  20. Appreciate someone 

This is part of a longer list, but these are some of my tips for myself.  Create yourself a list too if you have not done so far. 

Making the list itself brings a sense of hope, joy and relaxation.

PS: Want to learn more about what is keeping you from staying energized, vitalized and high performing, schedule a free discovery session with me.

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Since 2013, I’ve had the honor of coaching 1000s of successful women to tap into purpose, reduce stress, and increase joy. Drawing from my background in psychology, the ancient embodied wisdom of Ayurveda and yoga philosophy, studies in nutrition and life coaching, as well as my personal experience as a corporate executive, my unique approach helps empower you to shift old habits and elevate your wellbeing for lasting change.

The results? The whole self—the whole you—operating at a heightened level of wellbeing every day, equipped with the tools to maintain it for life.

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    Radhika currently lives and works between the ancestral lands of the Tséstho’e (Cheyenne), Očhéthi Šakówin and Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute) so-called South of Denver in Colorado