“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
You always give that which you are putting out to the universe, whether you recognize it or not. Whether you are aware of what you are putting out, or that you are putting it out, you are sending a signal to the universe, and that signal is sent through your vibration.
Your words, your actions, and your emotions are indicators of your vibration. They are not what determines the essence of what you send out to the universe. They are examples of it. They are the evidence that you can see, hear, and put your finger on.
A true master will be more concerned with what vibration he or she is putting out than what is currently happening, because a true master has not only the understanding of the importance of vibration, but also the practice. You can practice putting yourself in the vibration that you want to send out to the universe, and we recommend that you do so.
We recommend that you take less action and put out more conscious vibration. We know that if you are awakened, you are sensitive. So we know we are talking to sensitive individuals here. As sensitive individuals, you can easily tune in to your vibration, and all it takes to offer the vibration that you want the universe to receive from you is a little focus and some conscious breathing. And before you know it, you will be offering that joy, that love, that excitement, that freedom, that abundance.
Anything at all that you want to see reflected back to you in this universe is available to you right now, and it’s much easier for you to access than you think. You don’t need to spend hours and hours in meditation. You’ve spent a lifetime of getting triggered emotionally, and every time you have, you’ve gained some knowledge on the visceral level of what a vibration feels like and how to access it consciously.
Offer your vibrations constantly and consciously, and see how quickly the universe responds.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”
Channeled by Daniel Scranton