How To Change Your Frequency

How To Change Your Frequency

Wondering how to change your frequency?

If you feel stuck or like you need a jump-start, then this is the way to do it.

Humans, like everything else in the world, are made up energy. We all vibrate at our own frequency. We’re all giving and receiving energy at every moment of the day.

We’re simply not taught to act like the vibrational beings that we are. But learning how to manage your vibration is one of the most powerful gifts you can give yourself.

Because unlike many things in life, you’re always in control of your own energy.

As I’ve mentioned in the past, manifestation isn’t something you need to believe in. You’re already making things around you happen.

The only real question is whether or not you’re happy with the way things are.

You can get as upset as you like about the way the external world is treating you, about how things aren’t working for you, about how unfair or frustrating thing are. Just know that getting upset never actually changes anything.

But one thing you can always change is your frequency.

It all begins on the inside.

Your vibration is your signal to the world. It’s responsible for what shows up around you.

And you’re always in control of what you’re putting out there.

We all want to feel happier and more at peace. But often the tiny actions that we choose in life lead us further away from these goals, without our even realizing it.

It’s both easy and complicated to chose actions that are more in alignment with what we truly want.

Small shifts = big change

(As I like to say. 🙂 )

So if you’re now wondering how exactly to change your frequency, I’ve got a few suggestions for you. Keep in mind that this is far from an exhaustive list but it should take you a long way towards a happier new vibration.

How To Change Your Frequency

How To Change Your Frequency Method #1:

Pick Happy Thoughts

Events are neutral. It’s our reactions to events that create problems. The world is only as harsh and unloving as we allow it to be. If something negative happened to you in the past it can be really difficult o move beyond it. We all have those downward negativity spirals where you find yourself unnecessarily freaking out about something. (Sometimes even things that happened months or years ago!) Our brains are natural creatures of habit. Why create new neural connections when there are all these crappy old ones here just sitting around waiting to be used again? That’s why its so easy to fall back into those tired old patterns.

As soon as you notice that you’re blazing down the negativity highway, it’s time to put a stop to things. Try to opt for the thoughts that feel good. Is the world really as black and white as your brain would like you to believe? The answer 90% of the time is no.

How To Change Your Frequency Method #2:

Stay Mindful

The trick of truly changing your frequency is staying in your new, improved vibratory state. Which means it’s not great to fall back into your same old habits. To keep yourself feeling up, it’s imperative to develop an awareness of your mood throughout the day. Just take a quick second to evaluate how you’re feeling mentally and physically and keep aware of anything that might be dragging you down.

If little things continually set you off, it’s probably a sign of something larger below the surface. It might be time to dive in and find that bigger issue. Most of our so-called problems can be fixed with an attitude adjustment towards external events. (It’s unlikely that someone cut you off in traffic deliberately! It’s much more likely they just became distracted for a moment.)

How To Change Your Frequency Method #3:

Limit Caffeine

Caffeine might give you that lovely wake-up jolt in the morning but it sometimes comes with a downside. Soon after our heart rate spikes, so does our rate of aggression. If you find yourself regularly freaking out in your morning commute, ask yourself whether that’s truly your reaction or if it can be traced in part to that grande latte you just inhaled. If that temporary jolt isn’t worth the trade off, then try weaning yourself back onto lighter, less mood-altering options.

How To Change Your Frequency Method #4:

Watch Your Media Consumption

Look – no one’s perfect! I slip into junk food television from time to time. But I also have to admit that perhaps watching the Real Housewives dig up reasons to be angry with each other is not the best for my vibration.

A lot of what we take in (music, movies, the news etc.) leaves us feeling less than ideal. Anything you take in can result in making you feel aggressive or angry. If that’s the case for you, the first step is to become aware of the issue. Is the entertainment factor worth it? If it’s not, then it’s probably time to think of less mood-altering versions.

How To Change Your Frequency Method #5:

Cultivate Gratitude

We all have the tendency to focus on what we don’t have instead of on what we do. Take a look around you and try to see all the things you’ve already brought into your life. (There are loads of them!)

But there’s always something we can find to be grateful for. Even if you think you’re at the bottom of life, express gratitude for your hot morning shower, your clean drinking water and your comfortable bed.

How To Change Your Frequency Method #6:


Sitting quietly with yourself is one of the most difficult yet rewarding practices you can develop. So much of what we seek out to entertain us is actually being used to numb us from our internal world. Meditation brings you in line with yourself. And if the thought of it freaks you out, you probably need it the most!

You don’t need to do something hardcore like become a Buddhist or join a Vipassana retreat. You reap benefits from as little as five minutes of meditation a day. Think of it a mental reset button! And if you’re not already, try to incorporate it into your regular routine.

How To Change Your Frequency Method #7:

Tune In

Music already is vibration so it only makes sense that it can have a huge effect on our state of mind. And listening to vibrationally “high” music is an easy way to hack yourself into a different mindset. There are tons of videos of tones on YouTube. Search for 528Hz, 432Hz or 7.83Hz and listen to a few to see which ones you like best.

How To Change Your Frequency Method #8:

Visualize The Future

Not to be confused with meditation, visualization is a mental practice that inserts you into a new reality. The more alive and vivid you can make your dreams for the future the faster you’ll be able to achieve them. So pick something that you’re working towards, set a timer for 10-20 minutes and use that time to deeply envision what you want. Put yourself in that vision. What do you see, feel, taste, smell? And how do you feel? Walk through your vision with as much detail as you can. (Don’t fret if this seems difficult at first! It gets easier the more you practice it.)

How To Change Your Frequency Method #9:

Radically Change Your Landscape.

Ever wonder why traveling has such a profound energizing effect? That’s because it takes you well outside of your norm. When you’re faced with different landscapes, food and people you’re forced to encounter yourself in a new way. You stop relying you your old behavior patterns and you loosen up enough to try out some new ones. But that also means that feeling doesn’t have to be limited to actual vacation time. Getting outside of your bubble is always a great way to change your energetic mood. Try redecorating your bedroom, checking out in new cafes or try making friends with a new group of people.

I hope this practice serves you well! Please let me know how it goes for you.

Jenn Stevens The Aligned Life

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