In today’s episode, I will show you how to use Mental Focused Mindfulness to recognise and change your mental frequency. In truth, changing frequencies is something that we already use on a daily basis. Occurring whenever we use our mind and receive any feelings, thoughts or emotions.

You already access Mental Frequency Ranges every day

Any time you are receiving thoughts, feelings or emotions from your mind is simply your self receiving this information from a frequency range you are connected to. As an example, I could be feeling emotions of anger and frustration, whilst connected to MFR 2.15. If I switch to MFR 2.85 then I will be completely incapable of receiving these emotions as they only exist within their own frequency ranges.

How to change frequencies?

The correct way is to observe your imagination (mind) and to step outside of that imagined reality, to a version that is at a higher frequency. A good starting point is to become the ‘watcher’, looking at yourself from an outside perspective. Please note that in future — after a bit of practice — that you will be able to change to any mental frequency range (MFR) instantly.

Step 1: Close your eyes (optional)

This step is optional but helps when starting out. You will be able to visualise and switch between frequencies at any time, whilst doing any other activity once you build up your mental muscles.

Step 2: Go within and visualize a version of yourself

The mind isn’t just our brain (it’s a higher frequency version of our whole body), so it is important when doing this step to ‘become’ the mind as much as possible. Also, remember that you are heading back to your source and not the other way around, your ‘physical’ you is just the outer most version (in our physical world context) of you.

As you improve you will be able to simply switch to any frequency without the need for any visualisation. My best advice at this stage is to try different things, especially if imagining a visual scene isn’t something that comes easy to you.

Step 3: Imagine your self watching the last visualized version of your self

This is where you become a ‘watcher’, looking at the visualisation you made, but from a higher frequency perspective. Our intial goal (when starting out) is to repeat this step to switch to ever higher frequencies.

Step 4: Apply validation

This is only required early on and even when you become experienced, as a way to apply verification to everything. For example, I have gone through a time where I was applying a mental growth exercise and seemed to be moving up to new frequencies beyond my current limit at a much faster than usual rate. By applying validation I was able to find out that I had, in fact, stayed within the same beta frequency and hadn’t moved up at all, which I quickly rectified.

Two ways that validation can be applied is the ‘competitive’ test and the ‘yes/no’ response. The competitive test is where you imagine the two versions of your self (higher and lower frequencies) to compete in something, like tennis, martial arts or soccer. A true higher frequency will wipe the floor infinity times with whatever the lower frequency tries. Versions of self at the same frequencies will result in a continuous stalemate.

The yes/no response will be covered further in a future podcast (episode 6), but the way this works is you ask yourself a question (eg: have I gone up to a higher frequency?) and your mind (Zero Self) will respond with a yes or a no. We’ll do a practice run of this in today’s podcast to share how this works.

Step 5: Continuously repeat step 3

Once you have the hang of it and have verified you are moving up frequencies (MFR) then simply repeat until you reach your current mental frequency limit.

Shared frequencies warning and higher frequency colours

These frequencies lie between the MFR 1.89 and MFR 3.11 ranges. The frequencies just outside of them (1.88 and 3.12) are clear (peaceful), but they are border frequencies. Which means you will get a lot of noise coming from MFR 1.89 and MFR 3.11 — similar to having extremely noisy neighbours. Your ideal safe/quiet frequencies are below or at MFR 1.87 and above or at MFR 3.13.

What’s unique about the frequencies in this range is that they are ‘shared’ frequencies which is also where we receive all the ‘negative’ thoughts and emotions from. It’s not all bad news, it’s just you’ll more likely than not receive ‘interference’ whilst connected to these frequency ranges.

That interference can often be quite ‘nasty’, depending on which MFR you are connected at. For example, a visual (imagination) visit to MFR 2.16 usually drops me in a scene that quickly results in my death – usually via some form of early projectile weapon. A visit to 2.06 is usually more of the stalking variety (jungles / dark cats) that quickly ends in a flurry of claws. Finally, the ever fun MFR 2.19 is where my mind loves to deliver the usual tirade of “you’re useless”, “you’ll never get anywhere”, and “what were you thinking?!?” type chatter.

I promise to cover this in more depth in future episodes, we’ll even go for a wander and step deeper into exactly where these thoughts are coming from. For now, whilst just beginning with MFM, it’s recommended you surrounding yourself with a higher frequency colour, which could be a blue/purple but for ease of use we generally just use a white colour. The energies within the shared frequency range won’t be able to advance beyond the barrier, due to the difference in frequencies.

This is sounding a bit like meditation?

Meditation is a wonderful practice that will generally slow us down, bringing us down to the alpha frequencies. MFM, on the other hand, is more about frequencies in general (mostly higher) and the macro view of reality. Every person that visits a specific frequency will have a different experience, due to the infinite nature of them and that we each have our own private space within each of these frequencies where we can create whatever we wish.

Once we get over messing around in these spaces, we’ll generally just use MFM to quickly switch to a needed frequency with the only information we require being what frequency we are at. If I need to switch to MFR 3.13 (for instant present mind awareness) then I just do it and then go with whatever my mind chooses to share with me (which is generally about my present surroundings and what my 5 senses are currently experiencing).

We can receive similar benefits that meditation and psychic-based practices provide, but do so at higher frequencies. Allowing us to easily also do other activities like driving a car or riding a bike at the same time, an MFM practitioner is literally just wandering through their mind.

Introduction to Zero Self

This is totally going to be the topic of our next Podcast, going into Zero Self in-depth (lol). Don’t worry, you’ll more often than not find that your Zero Self has a sense of humour. Why they are so so so so so very important is because they are the version of you that acts as the gatekeeper and concierge.

They are the one that will laugh at me if I ask to use MFM to levitate an object or they will totally fuzz up a signal when I’m trying to gather information related to our physical world. For example, I can start chatting with the historical Napolean and he’ll generally have a lot of Napolean’s personality traits. However, if I ask something like “what year were you born?” then yeah, Zero Self will step in to ‘scrub/change’ the answer.

When it comes to making sure we don’t blow ourselves up by drawing upon too much energy or letting us know what frequency we are currently at or swiftly changing our mind to a specific frequency then they are your best friend. Erm, they are also the primary source of your personal drive and passions — they get very happy (you feel it as pleasurable emotions) when you are doing something you are passionate about. We’ll chat more about them in our next episode :).

Conclusion

Mental Focused Mindfulness is such a large topic that we will be dedicating podcasts to revisit and expand upon specific parts of this episode. We just need to make sure we check off covering Zero Self (and all your other self’s) in our next episode before we progress any further.

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