I Love This Song!
Photo of Elon Musk via his Twitter
One of the things that helps me get really deep into the zone is a really good song that empowers your mind. Music is something that does more than expresses creativity–when you listen to songs that empower your soul, they help you become a better person.
I mean, they remind you that you are worthy of all the good things you dream of.
I often speak of Alex Boye and Prince EA–really both talented musicians whose words seek to empower. I often talk about my adopted father–who called me his daughter one day when he overheard me begging the guy I thought was my dad for a DNA test because I was doing genealogy. I was curious.
Daryl, who taught me how to make jewelry, said “Fuck him, I’m your dad,” and proceeded to teach me how to make jewelry. Daryl was also a Grammy-winning guitarist who was the son of Lucky Thompson–if it wasn’t for Daryl I probably wouldn’t be blogging right now.
Music is a force that is often taken for granted. Another force is Elon Musk When one thinks of Elon, they think of memes or Mars or even electric cars. I think of the time he was kind to me and how he personally encouraged me when I was down in 2018. Today, though, Elon is being added to a very small list of musicians who I admire. I also love his girlfriend, Grimes, too–her voice is beautiful and I believe that it was probably her influence on him creating this song.
Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe
I LOVE this song. I can not stress enough that words are power and when we say negative things, our bodies hear this and apply them on a cellular level. The same thing happens when you speak life or positivity into existence.
The main thing he says throughout the song is
“Don’t doubt your vibe because it’s true. Don’t doubt your vibe because it’s you.”
These two sentences are very empowering. We are all gifted beings–and everyone can always sense whether someone is good, or whether a situation is off. We often doubt ourselves, though. We think, “no this isn’t right. I must be wrong,” and later on when their intuition is proven true, they realize they shouldn’t have doubted themselves.
Another thought is that you are your vibe and you are true. In other words, you are true or real. Sometimes we all need these reminders to believe in ourselves and Elon Musk is definitely someone who has been through a lot and come out on top. Many think he is just some random billionaire but he got his billions by working hard and smart and uses that money to help make life better for us all.
Paypal, Tesla, SpaceX are just a few things that Elon has used to make the world a better play. I am able to sell my jewelry easily through Paypal–something Elon founded. Tesla has zero-emissions vehicles that do not pollute the environment (all my jewelry sales are being saved up for my Cybertruck purchase so buy some!) and SpaceX will help make humans a multi-planetary species.
I absolutely love this song by Elon Musk. I think that its something you should listen to whenever you are feeling down or feeling as if you are unsure of yourself. Elon Musk told me, when I was at one of my lowest times in my life, to “Believe in Good.” I do. Not only do I believe in Elon Musk, I also believe in myself–which has been a struggle to do while rebuilding your life. Sometimes it’s daunting and you don’t think you’re going to make it out of that tunnel. Then sometimes, you can see the light–and even if you can’t there are subtle reminders that its there–messages such as “belive in good” or “don’t doubt yourself.” Or “never give up,” “Bend, not break”. That last one was from Alex Boye.
If you are reading this and you do feel down, unsure or lost, remember something, you are here for a reason and while you are breathing, your work here is not yet done. Find your purpose by doing something you love.
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Hi, I’m Johnna
I’m an artist from Shreveport, LA who learned the art of wire wrapping gems and minerals into jewelry from Grammy winning musician, Daryl Thompson, who became like a father to me.
He is the one who intrudoced me to the healing world of crystals and I have been learning every since.
This world is ancient but can be applied to modern day times.
My life is hectic–I work from home, am mothering a kitten who almost died, and am living the life of my dreams.
However, we always have to stay grounded and what keeps me grounded is working with the healing gifts of the mineral kingdom to create something.
Every single one of my jewelry designs has a person that is meant just for it.