One of the components of Goodness in The Six Habits includes things such as expanding your group of friends to include more positive, like-minded people. Other sources have said, “Your tribe is your vibe (and vice versa.)” Following that example, I’ve been reaching out more.
For example, I’ve been following Shane Hawk, aka The Spirit of the Cosmos on YouTube and Instagram for a while now. Shane is a gifted oracle, shaman, tarot reader, comedian and all-around great guy. Please don’t take my word for it, go check it out for yourself: @thespiritofthecosmos and on YouTube at The Spirit of the Cosmos. He’s been doing a lot more pick-a-card and oracle card readings. I can’t recommend him enough. I comment on Shane’s videos and we chat a little on Instagram.
Another example is the Facebook groups I have found myself in as of late. I’ve joined four different RPG related groups. So far, all of them have been very helpful and encouraging.
My next example, also in the RPG category is Ms Kelsey Dionne of the Arcane Library. She’s been coaching me a bit via email as I get back into writing adventures for Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop RPGs. I’ll link her info and talk a little more about the Arcane Library on my gaming blog. I have been inspired by Kelsey and Beth Ball, both of whom recently became full time writers.
I belong to a lot of different communities. I have a lot of different people I resonate with. I used to cringe at the word “diversity,” but now I embrace it. Not just on social media, but everywhere. Really I’m richer for the experience. I’m a pretty eclectic guy.
I’ll throw out one more example before I go. I watch a lot of YouTube while I’m at work. I watch or listen-to upwards of a dozen or more different YouTubers ranging from LoA to Philosophy, conspiracy journalism to Dungeons & Dragons, and channeled messages to documentaries about Mars and on and on… I have listened to David Icke, Kelsey Dionne, watched Taufledermaus shoot holes in stuff and Daniel Scranton channel all in the same hour. Nikola Tesla and Rupert Spira all in the same hour will pretty much leave you drooling in all likelihood. Some of the stuff I like is really deep. Other things a lot more lighthearted. I recommend it all. And we haven’t even talked about the warped circus that is my sense of humor. Lol! My point here is, if it will raise your vibration, try it out. Namaste.