12 Ways To Raise Your Vibration

12 Ways To Raise Your Vibration

We often hear “don’t mess with my vibe,” or “positive vibes only.” But what exactly does that mean?
Everything is made of energy – even you.
There are low and high vibrations found all around us.
You can’t see it, but you can feel it. You know it’s there through how it feels.

Low – feels heavy, weighs you down.
High – feels light and airy.

So, what does it mean to raise your vibration?

One of the most powerful things is realizing that we have the ability to shift our vibrational energy. If we’re in a state of low-vibe energy, we can shift it into high-vibe.

You can shift your vibrational energy through how you think, feel & act.

Low-vibe — feelings such as anger, fear, jealousy, shame, guilt.
These feelings don’t mean you’re a bad person! Simply begin to create an awareness of how you’re feeling, so you can begin the shift.

High-vibe — feelings such as love, joy, happiness, abundance.
These feelings make you feel great, and attract others to you and your positive vibrational energy.

This doesn’t mean you’ll never feel low-vibe feelings, but because you’re aware, you can shift to high-vibe more easily – takes practice & consistency.

Create an awareness.
Set an intention.
Choose to live a life of love & light

Here are my top Twelve Ways To Raise Your Vibration

ONE – Daily Gratitude
Having an attitude of gratitude is truly life-changing. When you begin to focus on the things that you DO have, as opposed to the things that you DON’T have, your life begins to shift into higher vibration. Through exchanging self-pity for gratitude, you’ll begin to see an improvement in your physical and psychological health. You’ll have an increase in self-esteem, sleep better, and overall be happier.

In order to begin this practice of daily gratitude, it’s simple. You just begin! Start with saying – “I am grateful for…” and begin listing the things you’re grateful for. Write it down and FEEL IT. Feeling the gratitude within your body begins to shift your subconscious brain, making it an automatic response over time. It’s also important to practice gratitude in the NOW. This moment is all that you have, so begin to move throughout your day with awareness and gratitude for all of the amazing things that you have in life.

Consistency is very helpful with cultivating a daily gratitude practice. Not everyday will be “amazing,” but that doesn’t mean there isn’t something to be grateful for within each day – the lesson you’re learning, your breath, your very life..all are things to express gratitude for.

Two –  Random Acts of Kindness
This one isn’t necessarily something that you would automatically think of when you’re wanting to raise your vibration. However, acts of kindness are powerful ways to shift from a low vibrational energy into higher vibration. When you perform a random act of kindness, it releases oxytocin within our bodies, which ultimately reduces blood pressure – overall making you healthier! It’s also been shown to reduce depression.

Again, with this tip, you just merely want to begin! It doesn’t need to be anything overly showy or high-priced either. Here are some ideas of random acts of kindness that are either free, or low cost:

  • Purchase lemonade from a child’s stand.
  • Pick up trash.
  • Give someone a compliment.
  • Leave a positive sticky-note for someone to find.
  • Sponsor a child.
  • Smile.
  • Let someone ahead of you in line.

Three – Meditate Daily
Making the time from your busy life to quiet your mind in meditation is an amazing way to raise your vibration. Those who make this time are centered, calm, focused, happier and healthier over time. Mindfulness practices also decrease depression and reduce stress and anxiety.

Starting a daily meditation practice doesn’t have to be scary or overwhelming. Often, people think they have to set aside hours of time each day, or wonder how they could ever fully “quiet their minds.” I’ve shared my thoughts on how to simply integrate mindfulness and meditation into your daily life, as well as created a free guided meditation series for those wanting to begin (or those looking to revamp their meditation practice).

Four – Deep Breathing
As a society, we’re chronically stressed & chronic shallow-breathers. It’s become our natural response to hold our breath, have our heart-rate increase, etc, all because we’ve subconsciously conditioned it to do so. This is why deep breathing is a great way to reduce your chronic stress (low vibe) and increase your happiness & health (high vibe).

Deep breathing allows your muscles to relax, increase your oxygen intake, lower your blood pressure, and you’re happier overall because of endorphin release within your body. Learning how to deal with your stress in a healthy way is such an important thing because you can’t eliminate stress completely, but you can change the way you respond to it.

Here are the steps you can take to begin deep breathing today:

  • Create 5 minutes free of distraction.
  • Lay down or sit comfortably.
  • Relax your muscles
  • Focus on where you’re feeling tension within your body.
  • Inhale deeply for 5 seconds (really fill up your whole chest & abdomen)
  • Exhale completely for 5 seconds, allowing your body to fully release all tension & stress.
  • Continue inhaling & exhaline for several minutes.
  • Allow your body to relax, and your mind to soften.
  • If any stressful or worrying thoughts come to mind, release them and focus back onto your breathing & release.

Five – Spending Time In Nature
We often spend a good amount of time indoors, whether through working in an indoor space or relaxing inside somewhere. Taking the time to be outside and reconnect with nature charges your inner battery and allows you to be rejuvenated and refreshed. It also boosts your immune system, reduces your stress and anxiety and boosts your creativity. All are really great things that allow you to raise your vibration.

The beach, forest, or mountains are all really incredible spaces to spend time in, as the energy balances out the ions in our system. If you’re unable to take daily time to escape to those places, spending even 20-30 minutes each day outside to reconnect with nature will make a huge difference.

Small steps can make a big difference. Here are some simple ways to spend time in nature each day:

  • Eat your lunch outside.
  • Go for a walk, run, hike outside, instead of going to the gym.
  • Work outdoors when possible.
  • Play outside with your kids.
  • Drink your morning cup of coffee outside.

Six – Filling Your Mind With Positivity
If you’re not aware of your thoughts on a regular basis, it can be easy to fall into a habit of staying within a more negative and low vibrational space in your mind. You have to train your mind to focus on the positive, rather than the negative. Once you begin to see a pattern, it’s then up to you to choose to fill your mind with the positive!

When you do this, it reduces your stress and ultimately allows you to manage it better. Filling your mind with positivity also motivates you, increases productivity, boosts your immunity and is overall good for your health!

There are many great ways to fill your mind with positivity. Chose to listen to motivational speaker through podcasts or videos on YouTube. Read or listen to inspirational books. Music that is uplifting, positive and just makes you feel good is also another great way to fill your mind with positivity and ultimately raise your vibration.

Seven – Laughter
Laughter is such a simple, beautiful way to raise your vibration. We often see children laughing without care or thought. Somewhere along the way, as adults we’ve lost that childlike spirit. Laughter is a wonderful way to capture it back again. It’s also been shown to reduce pain, boost immunity, reduce depression, and also boost relational connections.

When you’re creating this space of joy and laughter, allow yourself to relax. Find the good in situations – and if you can’t, laugh about it! Let the stress levels fall. Watch a funny movie, get together with friends. Spend some time with children & allow their natural joyful laughter to positively affect you so you can do the same.

Eight – Positive Affirmations
Positive affirmations are becoming more and more common. An affirmation is simply  shifting from “negative” thoughts/beliefs into those that are more “positive.” It’s creating awareness and becoming more conscious of the thoughts that you have on a regular basis. Positive affirmations help to bring about more blessings and gifts into your life. They help you to keep the small things in perspective and in more of a regular state of gratitude.

Begin with affirmations of gratitude – focus on the things that you DO have in your life (food, clothing, a place to live, your breath, your life, family/friends, a car, etc). You want to feel GOOD about saying the affirmations. Think of them as how you *want* to be, instead of how you currently are (in terms of affirmations that may seem unrealistic). Use positive language in the present tense and create them for any area of your life – relationships, health, work, money, etc.

Here are some examples to get you started:

  • I am beautiful.
  • I am successful.
  • Abundance flows to me freely.
  • I am healthy and full of energy.
  • All of my relationships are healthy and full of love.
  • I am in complete charge of my responses.
  • All is well in my world.
  • My life is beautiful.

Whatever you focus on grows, so a daily practice of positive affirmations will shift your focus into high vibe energy the more you make it a habit.

Nine – Hugs 
Many times, we give hugs when we’re happy and when we want to show others we love them. Hugging ultimately is seen and known as a universal comfort. It brings us joy, reduces fear and also reduces pain. Hugs bring that physical touch which releases soothing chemicals that uplift us – ultimately raising our vibration.

Most of us within are touch-deprived. If you’re focusing on raising your vibration in this way, begin by asking and giving hugs to others. You really can never have too many hugs. Studies have shown that even the shortest of hugs from those you are closest with can have physical and mental positive effects.

Ten- Plant Medicine
This may be an unknown topic to you, but it is one that I’m very passionate about and have personally experienced positive benefits from. Plant medicines are a healing tool, used by Shamans and indigenous healers to access different states of consciousness wherein they believe they are able to heal the body and/or mind from illness and disease. The reason for the moniker ‘plant medicines’ is that they are generally made of plant-based materials, as in the case of Peyote (cactus), San Pedro (cactus), Ayahuasca (vine), Psilocybin (mushrooms), Iboga (shrub).

It’s highly recommended that you not experiment with plant medicine without a guide who is knowledgeable and well-versed in plant medicine. If this is something you’re wanting more information about, please read what I’ve written about Plant Medicine Integration as well as ways you can connect with me.

Eleven – Regular Exercise
Regular exercise is a great way to raise your vibration. Moving your body and getting into a consistent routine releases endorphins, which improve your mood. It helps to lower your stress and anxiety levels, boosts energy, and helps you to sleep better.

There’s no one-size-fits-all fitness and exercise routine. Play around with different activities and find what works best for YOU. Some suggestions to get you started are:

  • Running/jogging
  • Yoga
  • Group fitness classes
  • Zumba
  • Cycling
  • Water fitness

Twelve – Mastermind
One of the ways that I offer support to others when they’re desiring to shift from a low-vibrational energy into one of high-vibration is to work within the space of my Mastermind.

This Mastermind gives you the opportunity to create a new reality. It allows you to get into alignment with yourself and your heart. It is a step by step guide to walk you through being in alignment with your heart. Learning to take action that will bear fruit.

Mastermind helps you cultivate focus with clarity and maintaining a clear vision. Week by week clearing out the clutter that holds us back from actualizing our hopes and dreams. Once you distill stuff down to small actionable steps you can bring anything you choose to create to fulfillment. Moving your life from the inside out brings a level of fulfillment and accomplishment to experiences and life in a way that most people live the opposite.

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What’s the difference between Integrative Coaching vs Plant Medicine Integration?

What’s the difference between Integrative Coaching vs Plant Medicine Integration?

I’ve been working within this space healing work for 20 years – part of Integrative Coaching for close to 10 and within the realm of Plant Medicine Integration for 2 years. I have personally experienced the incredible power each hold within my life and have seen it positively affect the lives of many others. In my last post, I shared with you what Integrative Coaching is. I now want to share another piece of what it is that I share with others through Plant Medicine Integration.

The following are many FAQ I receive on Plant Medicine. Please know that every person’s experience is different, and each experience itself is different. So much depends upon your current energetic and emotional state. After reading, I would love to know your thoughts and what questions you have!


What is Plant Medicine?
Plant medicines are a healing tool, used by Shamans and indigenous healers to access different states of consciousness wherein they believe they are able to heal the body and/or mind from illness and disease. The reason for the moniker ‘plant medicines’ is that they are generally made of plant-based materials, as in the case of Peyote (cactus), San Pedro (cactus), Ayahuasca (vine), Psilocybin (mushrooms), Iboga (shrub).

There are many terms used to refer to plant medicine. Here are some of the more common terms and descriptions:

  1. Entheogens, meaning ‘generating the divine within’, and refers to any psychoactive drugs when used for their religious or spiritual effects.
  2. Psychotropics, which includes any substance which is mood- or mind-altering. This isn’t the best description as Xanax, a well-known mood-altering pill, has little or nothing to do with an experience like Ayahuasca.
  3. Hallucinogens, which is any drug that causes hallucination. Although this isn’t quite the appropriate term, as sacred plant medicines are used ritually and serve serious healing purpose for indigenous folks who do not depend on allopathic medicine. Sacred plant medicine has nothing to do with LSD or DMT.
  4. Plant Medicine, which is the easiest term to use overall, because it encompasses both the healing and organic nature of the experience.

Is it a drug?
Yes, because it is at least slightly hallucinogenic, and therefore drug-like from most people’s perceptions, but no, because it’s nothing like taking drugs. Ideally, a plant medicine experience (when done properly, and with serious intention) won’t have any similarities to taking LSD or other hallucinogenic drugs.

What should be done to prepare before beginning to incorporate Plant Medicine?

  1. Do some research to find out what medicine clicks with you and also about the authenticity of the people and places offering it. Make sure you’re not putting yourself into any situation that may cause you harm or discomfort in any way.
  2. As safely as possible, begin to wean yourself off any prescriptions, drugs, herbs and alcohol. Mixing these with plant medicines is just too dangerous not to do so. Speak with your doctor or pharmacist about the proper way to discontinue medications and what you may be able to take to make the process easier for you.
  3. Be sure to listen to and follow the dietary advice given so you have no adverse reactions and can be as comfortable as possible while the medicine does its work. It’s much easier for the plant medicine to do as it’s designed to do within your body if it’s got food nourishing your body.
  4. Create rituals and practices to help you best get in touch with yourself before and after your experience with plant medicine. There are things like meditating, yoga, speaking with a counselor, energy or breath work, journaling, etc.
  5. Make sure to set an intention. Your inner wisdom and spirit of the medicine knows best what you need, however, setting a deeper intention creates a more powerful sign of trust with your intuition and deeper knowing.

How do you recommend someone begin shifting into Plant Medicine Integration?
First follow the steps above before starting. Then once someone has experienced a Ceremony, or Mircro dosing, with plants to aid in their awakening process, it will become a natural part of their journey. This will help them deal with what they experienced during the Ceremony and then Integrate it into their lives.

Who is it for?
For most people that feel called as long as they don’t have serious medical conditions with some plants that may be contraindicated.

Is there a specific process you follow for all clients, or is it specific to each client’s particular need?
I use a lot of the same tools I use with my clients that have never used Plant Medicine, this is what I call core work and inner child, shadow work is helpful to all my clients. Each person will be at a specific stage in their growth process, so yes it’s very individual-based from each person to person.

What is it like to take plant medicine?
Each plant has different experiences so that’s a very broad question that I would need to break down per plant. Each person’s experience is also very unique based on their conditioning and psyche – how in tune they already are or not. However, it’s important to note that for each person, whatever they experience is exactly what they’re meant to experience.

What is Ayahuasca?
Ayahuasca gets its name from  the Quechua languages, aya means “spirit, soul” Ayahuasca meaning spirit of the vine. As Ayahuasca is comprised of two plants that are cooked down to create a brew that is ingested. Once you drink the Medicine it gives you a spiritual experience that typically lasts from 4-5 hours or so.

What are the benefits to plant medicine?
Physical, emotional and mental healing.

Are there any dangers?
Yes depending on the health of the individual and if they are on any medications, as those tend to be contraindications. It’s very important to work with someone who is trained in Plant Medicine. Doing so ensures that everything is done with care and all safety measures are being taking through each process.

How will/does it affect my life short-term? Long-term?
Short term people can feel less stressed, it increases serotonin in the brain to increase ones well being. Long term it can help with depression and anxiety but it often takes several Ceremonies to release deeper trauma that’s been stored in the body over the years.

Plant Medicine Integration is what follows the Ceremony once we are willing to look at deeper parts of ourselves. The Integration is taking action based on the listening and revelations we’ve had as a result of the healing Plant Medicine can induce. Meaning we can be inspired to change jobs, friends, and our current trajectory in life can often be overhauled. If you aren’t in alignment with your heart and soul Plant Medicine wakes you up to what that is if you are doing the Integration that is needed to work through what’s being brought to the surface for healing.

Plant Medicine isn’t a magic pill. It increases our vibration to higher frequency as to release the truth of our wholeness and to show us the conditioning that’s been in the way due to trauma and crisis that’s prevented us from being our whole and authentic selves.

Integration is essential and often the missing piece after people go through working with Plants. Most people don’t have the tools to navigate what’s been brought to the surface and Integration Coaching is helping to develop those tools and have someone hold space while you move through what’s been revealed.


I hope that this information has been beneficial to you! I would absolutely love to work with you through the lens of Plant Medicine Integration if you’re called to do so.

Please CLICK HERE to discover all of the ways you can work with me.

It’s my privilege to take the knowledge and wisdom of the past 20 years. To hold space toward a greater level of Integration, to wholeness, a deep remembering we are whole: complete and perfect as we are.

Big Love,

Angela Benck

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