“Here are low vibrational things that I dropped to raise my vibration,” says social media influencer @sweatsandthecity(Opens in a new tab). She goes on to list personal habits like consuming an endless stream of news, saying yes to plans, not prioritising gratitude, and holding onto clutter. Each of these entities are deemed by the creator as having “low vibrations” and therefore, she’s cutting them out. And she’s not the only one.
TikTok is urging people to remove any such things from their lives — the long-standing addictions that don’t lead to any good, the relationships that have turned toxic, the items that occupy too much closet space.
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In the past few weeks, such posts have grown in number and popularity. Videos from influencers, many of whom create lifestyle content, are titled along the lines of “low vibrational things