Frequent The Frequency
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.” -Nikola Tesla
So what do I mean when I say “Frequent the Frequency?” Frequency in physics is the rate at which a vibration occurs that constitutes a wave, either in a material (as in sound waves), or in an electromagnetic field (as in radio waves and light), usually measured per second. In this protocol, this definition will take on a parallel understanding as it relates to us as humans. To do this, I want to take you along my rationale to defining the frequency in this protocol. Let’s begin by identifying where we can find waves within us.
The Central Nervous System, which includes our brains and all the nerves throughout our body, is composed of a series of electrical waves communicating information in our brains and bodies. Wherever there is a nerve cell, there is an electrical wave creating a frequency. Since action begins with a thought, then the mind is where we can identify the source of our frequencies. The frequency itself, in the human context, is the belief of who we are. You must frequent the frequency of yourself in your highest potential!
The Radio Analogy
When it comes to frequenting the frequency, we are like radios transmitting and receiving frequencies. Much like a radio, we must tune into the frequency we are seeking to manifest. When you tune into your favorite radio station, the antenna receives a frequency which you are seeking, and a tuner uses resonance to isolate the frequency you are tuned to. This filters out the thousands of frequencies that come in contact with the antenna, and you are able to hear the manifestation of that frequency’s information through sound.
We, as humans, receive these frequencies through our 5 senses. We tune into frequencies through our Reticular Activating System (RAS), which we identify and then engage with the information we consume. What manifests in our realities is a result of what we tune into, and what we manifest is our broadcast. The broadcast, for a radio, is the information being manifested through the speaker, and for a human it is manifested results of our actions. When someone is tuned into your frequency, they receive your broadcasts because they are either resonant with or seeking that frequency.
Our ears, eyes, nose, skin, and tongue are our antennas, while our Reticular Activating System is our tuner. For example, if I said to look for the color blue, your RAS immediately filters for all the hues of blue. This filtering is similar to the way the tuner uses resonance in a radio to isolate the frequency it’s seeking. Another example is when you buy a new vehicle and suddenly you begin to see that car everywhere you go.
This mechanism is why we can filter through information to find exactly what we are looking for. Use your tuner to receive the frequency you are looking to manifest into your life. When we focus our minds on what we are receiving, we can identify even the subtle details of that frequency. At the same time, we can miss even the obvious things that are being received by our antennas. Be conscious of this and remember to receive the frequencies in their entirety.
To use a working example to further simplify the idea of broadcasting, this book is a part of my broadcast, and you are using your senses to receive this information. You were seeking this information; therefore, you became resonant with this broadcast. While reading this manuscript, you are filtering the information that is relevant to your current frequency. What you then create from that information is a broadcast that someone else can become resonant with on their journey.
“Many hands make light work.” - African Proverb
Like a radio, your broadcast can be amplified by sending more power through the radio to increase the reach. In the case of humans, our power sources come from our 8 dimensions of wellness. The more we improve each dimension, the more power we send through our radios. This leads to more individuals that resonate with your frequency to have access to your broadcast. The more speakers that are in one room, the louder the sound; therefore, the more people working with an idea, the easier it is to manifest and share.
Everything has a frequency: colors, materials, sounds, etc. Our frequencies are defined by our environment, upbringing, and everything that makes up our personal stories. In every story, the characters are linked with their respective archetypes. In your personal story, you have your personal archetype. These archetypes can change as you shift the belief about yourself, but while you are in your current frequency, these archetypes serve to help you understand the frequency you are working with.
The 12 common archetypes are The Creator, Hero, Outlaw, Lover, Everyperson, Sage, Explorer, Innocent, Ruler, Jester, Caregiver, and Magician. These Archetypes are rooted academically in the psychological work of Carl Jung, and more broadly in the stories throughout the history of human culture and oral tradition. Carl Jung described archetypes as universal collective patterns of the unconscious. Regardless of location, demographics, or language, Carl believed these archetypes existed as a foundation in the subconscious of all humanity.
Each archetype has a frequency that resonates to unique characteristics; with a magician, it may be a wand, and with a hero, a cape. These associations allow us to quickly identify the nature of a character, and in modern times, those characteristics would be a computer or an iron suit. This is important because we all carry these archetypes along with how we see ourselves, but similar to how the radio tunes into a frequency, we resonate more with one than the others. Understanding this simplifies our journey to becoming resonant with our desired frequency, and brings more clarity to why we have chosen that frequency as our goal. Knowing your desired frequency’s archetype can aid in guiding your decisions, bring awareness of your motivations, strengths, weaknesses, desires, goals, and more.
The archetypes are like the preset stations on your radio. Each station you save to its unique button has some type of archetype associated with it. If it’s the hero, then it’s Rock or Hip-hop; the lover would be R&B and Soul; the sage would be the NPR News station. In a more modern way, it would be the playlists you create on a streaming platform with a theme. Each playlist has its associated feeling. For example, for a high-intensity workout, you conjure the hero music; for studying, you would conjure the sage with ambient music or a podcast; and so on. Your frequency fits into a preset that contains broadcasts of similar frequencies, and understanding this helps you to reduce the stress of finding your placement.