High Vibrational Drinking vs Low Vibrational Drinking
have you ever woken up hungover with a sinking feeling that you did or said something terrible? That is a side effect of low vibrational drinking.
Have you ever had a night out with friends, had a few drinks and laughed, danced, and connected in a way that left you feeling high on life? That’s high vibrational drinking.
Many have concluded that drinking is terrible and to be avoided at all costs. If you truly have a lot of negative attachment to the very idea around alcohol, or haven’t been able to control the amounts you consume, then for you drinking alcohol should be completely avoided and you probably won’t find much use to read on except to disagree with what I have to say.
This post is for many people who find pleasure with alcohol and want to keep their vibration high, how to know when it’s appropriate to enjoy drinks and when to totally avoid alcohol. A one size approach doesn’t work for anything in life and just labeling something as “bad” isn’t helpful advice for people who can drink and feel happy, these are simply judgments. You can’t know what’s right for others or dictate someone’s choices, knowing what’s right for you can only be found when you journey within yourself.
So what’s the difference?
Low vibrational drinking is drinking you partake in when you feel stressed out, are sad, depressed, or angry, this can also happen if you hold a negative attachment to the very idea of drinking alcohol such as “alcohol lowers your energy” or “alcohol makes me feel crappy the next day” if you strongly believe these statements then just don’t do it!
Anything you truly believe is bad for you won’t benefit you in any way
You will know when you’re drinking alcohol in a low vibrational state and others around you may not like the person you become. This is because the alcohol will enhance your feelings of depression, will make you lash out in anger, cry uncontrollably or say horrible things to those around you. Some express these feelings outwardly hurling these feelings towards others, and some express this internally feeling angry, upset and down with themselves.
Weather it’s expressed inward or outwardly this is the time when drinking alcohol should be a thing to avoid at all costs, instead recognize the feelings that you are having and try to work internally on feeling balanced and happy, you can do this by beginning a daily meditation practice or by just taking an honest look at what’s going on inside.
High vibrational drinking is drinking for pure fun and enjoyment, enjoying a glass of Pinot Noir with your steak? lovely! Night out with friends? enjoy! Drinking in a happy state can enhance the feelings of joy, fun and laughter, you may find you open up and connect better with those around you feel more relaxed.
I personally experienced a week of high vibrational drinking while spending a week at an Abraham Hicks vacation, I vacationed with 1,000 people who were happy and aligned, we drank, danced and experienced pure joy for an entire week, the alcohol didn’t affect our experience in any negative way at all because we were all in a happy, excited state.
In the past I have also experienced low vibrational drinking and that’s just no fun at all – I’ve lashed out in anger, kissed strangers, sent messages I wish I could go back in time and erase, and drove drunk. Was this the alcohols fault? NO! I wasn’t a happy person at the time and the alcohol enhanced this making my life a lot worse, I was drinking in excess and hiding behind it. I could have enrolled in AA, I could have said I’d never drink again, but my problems would still be with me drunk or sober, so instead I took a journey within.
I had to take a good look inside to see what was really going on, and found a lot of emotional problems buried deep inside, such as not feeling good enough, pretty enough, worthy enough, I could go on and on, that list was longer that I knew…
Instead of hiding behind these feelings I had to bring it all to the surface – see what thoughts I believed about myself that just weren’t true, trace them back to where they started (many from childhood experiences) acknowledge and release them.
This is where my real growth came into play, I now experience pure joy and happiness on a day to day basis, and alcohol is just alcohol, I can enjoy a cocktail and keep my vibration high, and that’s because the alcohol was never the problem to begin with…