Have you ever been sensitive to what people thought of you?

When I was growing up, I was always very aware of people’s emotional states, and even more so when it related to me somehow. I was a pretty sensitive kid.

So when someone had an emotion that was strong, especially if it was directed at me, I felt it viscerally.

I learned pretty quickly that if they felt positively about me, that felt a whole heck of a lot better than if they thought I was being a pain in the neck or disapproved in some way of what I was doing—so I started doing what I could to earn people’s approval.

One of the ways that I figured out to get the good feeling was to outperform their expectations.

That led to external success on many levels, and it also made me internally weak and very susceptible to others’ opinions, or even what I perceived or sometimes imagined/assumed were their feelings were about me. This wasn’t just in my childhood, either; it lasted well into my adult years even if it looked a bit less obvious as I got older.

When I started frequency work, I didn’t realize that as I released more and more distortions, I’d be getting stronger and stronger internally. But that’s exactly what happened, and it meant that I grew increasingly less affected by external circumstances and people, so I became freer and freer to just be me!

I didn’t realize that this feeling of freedom was in part because I was becoming more neutral and less attached to things.

I’ve talked a lot about neutrality, but there’s a lot of misconception around it, including does being neutral mean non-emotional? What’s the difference between apathy and neutrality? (It’s huge, BTW)  How are freedom and neutrality connected?

In this week’s episode (#104), “Neutrality — The Real Deal” Dennis and I answer these questions, and more.

The free GFC (Group Frequency Calibration®) will begin to help you clear the distortion patterns that are preventing you from accessing more neutrality.

Without clearing distortion patterns, this state of stable beingness is very difficult to achieve. 

Let’s rise together.



  • Neutrality is something a lot of people are trying to cultivate, often without knowing exactly what it is. There’s a lot of misconception about neutrality in our culture. It’s not a state that you can create with your mind, though—it’s experienced as you release distortion patterns, gain internal strength, and enter the zero point.
  • As you get closer to neutrality you’re less attached to outcomes and less influenced by the external things around you. You don’t need those external reference points to define you or complete you. As a result of your internal strength and rising frequency resonance, you recognize your connection to Pure Source—as a full knowingness rather than an intellectual concept.
  • Apathy is often confused with neutrality, but they’re actually very different. Apathy stems from disconnect. Because you feel separate, you’re indifferent. With neutrality, you recognize your connection to the Oneness, and you’re in a place of surrender from strength, where you can allow the unfolding of all that is.
  • Though many will equate emotional indifference with neutrality, that absolutely isn’t the case — neutrality isn’t about being unemotional. But when we attach to our emotions, and our minds start to perpetuate them, we get pulled out of the present moment of linear time. That’s when emotions can create problems for us. If the mind doesn’t take over, emotions can be very clear and quickly experienced in the present moment.
  • If you’re running from a negative emotional experience and artificially trying to experience neutrality instead, you’re missing out on the chance to confirm the removal of the distortion patterns causing the negative emotions. Life deals you opportunities to allow your resonance to rise, and the chance to confirm the removal is one of them. But you may have to spend time with your negative emotions in order to do so.
  • Cultivating neutrality and holding your space will help you through intense and turbulent times. Neutrality allows you to remember that there’s more than what the ego mind can perceive. When you know that and can experience what’s unfolding in your reality from spirit perspective, you can more easily go into a surrender state. You realize from a different perspective why things are happening the way they are.