What Do You Mean Under 200?

I talk a lot about vibration and frequency, which is an excellent way for many of us on a track of self-improvement to gauge how we’re progressing in life. In my work, I tend to attract individuals who are concerned about where they are in life and seek to do something about it.

Most of the world vibrates at a frequency of 130 to 200, so a great deal of my work is helping these people raise their vibrations to over 200, achieve their highest and best, and live a better life.

Here are some common signs and characteristics of individuals with vibrational frequencies under 200. Keep in mind that if you’re predominately below 200, you will have most of these, but not necessarily all of them…

If your vibration is under 200, you’re probably not happy with where you are in life. You may look around and logically reason that you have every reason to be content, but something inside you is saying, “There’s got to be more to life than this.”

You are okay with life because you have found a state of comfortable numbness, which prevents you from caring too much about wanting a better life for yourself or others. You’re probably unable to establish a true meaningful, deep sharing and caring relationship and are probably emotionally guarded.

You may be prone to sudden drastic emotional responses such as being sensitive to disrespect which makes you either defensive or reclusive. You may find it easy to be in a state of disgust, revulsion, anger, or helplessness when confronted with the thought of something over which you have no control (and really doesn’t have anything to do with you, directly).

You have a feeling of maintaining much less than optimal health, have less energy and may suffer from fatigue.

You may be prone to difficulties with health-related issues and are unable to maintain a state of healthy wellness, including mind and body for long, and you probably find yourself eating a diet consisting of many processed foods.

You might feel like the world revolves around you, not in a narcissistic manner, but you’re more likely to measure the rightness or wrongness of life based on your emotional state and life experience.

You feel like you’re constantly giving, and others should do more for you.

You may be more concerned about what people think about you and feel as though they are judging many of the things that you do.

You are prone to the victim mindset which suggests that everyone (or someone) is out to get you.

You may be somewhat moody and feel helpless, desperate, isolated, alone, and/or subject to anxiety depression at times.

You tend to push down negative emotions and keep them bottled up inside.

You find comfort in a regular routine, including old habits and therefore may have problems with addictions.

Forgiveness does not come easily to you, for yourself or others.

Guilt is a prominent thought process, where you tend to feel guilty or even seek out scenarios that can make you feel guilty.

Your life may be a representation of your inability to make good choices or decisions.

You may not have a clear sense of purpose or know what you want to achieve or get out of this life.

You lack satisfaction or fulfillment, may complain and are unable to sustain a pleasing demeanor for long.

Your relationships with others don’t usually stand the test of time.

You are cynical or skeptical, prone to engage in a battle of wits.

You tend to be your own worst enemy and sabotage yourself.

You see an abundance of negativity all around you, not just in the media, but in life in general.

It’s difficult to find the good things in life or to be in a state of gratitude for long.

You feel like there should be something more, more meaningful, and better about the life you’re living.

See also: What Does Over 200 Look Like?

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