When you are born into your external world, you begin to become familiar with the outside world more and more. As a child, you find yourself laughing for no reason as you lay in the grass and watch the clouds go by.
As years pass, you become more and more engrained into the outer world and its ways. Some individuals become so serious about life and their work that they almost don’t know how to laugh any more. Laughter is a natural reaction. When you find yourself becoming too serious, step back and look at the situation from a different perspective.
Laughter can be many things. For some, it is a release of pent-up energy that is wanting to be removed. For others, it is a means of escape from what may be uncomfortable to them. Laughter is much more than this. It keeps one out of the stress that mounts up. It also does another thing many are not aware of: it takes you to a higher vibration. It becomes a tool to remove you from the lower frequencies of energy and allows you to move to a higher place or space by removing the overwhelmed feelings and releasing the lower energies.
Some individuals find themselves laughing when so many unsupportive situations begin to occur in their life. Others may see the person or his or her laughter as shocking or offensive in serious situations. The thought might be that the person is ‘losing it’ so to speak. The person is using a natural ability to remove oneself from the current situation and place him or herself at a distance from the situation as if to say, “In the overall picture of things, this is not that important; I am giving it more energy than I should.”
So laughter is another way of taking you to a better place than the stressful situation or fear you currently face. While others find it strange, you will find it as a release of the stress or sadness that plagues one in the moment. Laughter is a natural reaction to balance an overload of energy in one of your bodies such as sadness in the emotional body. Laughing with others can also help overcome loneliness.
Before moving to New Mexico, laughter was my basis. Every time something went wrong I would laugh it off. When others asked me why I was laughing, I would say, “It is better than the alternative.”
Put more laughter into your life and lighten up your path along the way for yourself, for those around you and for those who follow.
Wishing you love in all that you do,