Just released on Amazon... Subtle Energetic Influences: And How to Transform Them
This may be a small book of only 100 pages, but it's packed with practical knowledge about the subtle energetic world we live in, and how it influences us every day. Included in this book, are 12 exercises that you can utilize immediately, or when the situation presents itself.
I've packed this book with some of the most transformative techniques I've created over the span of almost 15 years. Not only did they initially help me, but they also have proven to be helpful to the people I've helped over those years. Some, have become their go to methods of reducing internal noise, stress, and more.
Like them, I hope you too will discover some transformative moments, while increasing in your own awareness of how YOU experience these subtle energetic influences -- every day.
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If this is your first time doing these types of exercises, leave a comment about your experiences with this book.
I sincerely hope this book helps you experience a greater sense of inner quiet and peacefulness.
One of the many reasons I teach people about energy healing, and why it’s so important, is because l too had to go through my own learning curve in truly discovering and recognizing the many subtleties of energy, and how it affects me. Then, I discovered through working with others, that the same holds true for everyone else.
When it comes to doing energy healing as self-care, I came to recognize that there are 3 ways we experience energy (I actually cover this in more detail in the “The Ways We Experience Energy – With Special Focus on Our Own Energy” webinar.) And they are:
External Energies – This can be environmental, from a distance, projections, or the unseen.
The Here and Now – This is in your immediate environment and could be the location, a person near you, or some “thing” in the unseen (e.g. the spirit of a person who has deceased and passed). Whatever the source, it's happening here and now.
Your Own Energy – This can be the energy of your body, it could be past recordings, you are “perceiving” energy (e.g. you are receiving like a radio), or due to your attention (where your thoughts are directing your energy).
It’s nothing new to my seasoned clients when I ask them to be aware of their thoughts. Especially when they mention a situation with another person that they feel it causing them some level of discomfort. I’m using the word discomfort very generically here, and it could be a person annoyed with their roommate, their family members, partners, etc. It could be anything that is causing them to become judgmental, having unkind thoughts towards the other person, feel irritated, feel disconnected, or whatever else they may be feeling towards another person.
And so I ask them, “what have your thoughts been towards this person?” Honestly. What I consistently hear is that they’ve been having judgmental thoughts, making conclusions without asking, or simply doing what I call the B & M thoughts (bitching and moaning). All directed towards another person. Once they can acknowledge this, I then ask them what the other persons behavior has been towards them that mirrors their thoughts. Again, the typical answer is that the other person’s behavior is, in fact, mirroring their thoughts.
I then encourage them to re-direct their thoughts (their attention) to thinking only thoughts of gratitude regarding this other person. To find as many things about that person that they really like, or even remember situations with that person that endeared them, and move into a space of gratitude instead. I then encourage them to do this for a whole week.
When I teach Reiki I to the beginner, I do a simple exercise so that students can personally experience how our energy changes according to what we focus on. I ask for a volunteer and then I ask the volunteer to tell us about something upsetting that happened recently. As the student begins to tell their story of upset for a couple of minutes, I turn to the remaining students and ask them, “What are you aware of and feeling as you listen to her story?” Some comment that they feel a disturbance in their own body, if they’re sensitive to energy. While others comment that they could really feel a change in the air that didn’t feel good.
I then have the volunteer change her story. I ask her to speak about something really wonderful that happened recently, something that left them feeling really good – happy, loving, joyful, whatever it was they felt. Again, after a few minutes of her story, I then turn to the students and ask them the same question again, “What are you aware of feeling as you listen to her story?” Here, the students are surprised. They can feel the volunteer’s energy expand tremendously. Those who are sensitive could feel the transformation as their body no longer experienced the disturbing energy of the previous story. They’re body relaxes and feels much better. Some comment that it’s like the room just lit up.
When I ask the volunteer what they were aware of, they begin to realize that they also felt different with each story. The first left them feeling not good, while the second story left them feeling so much better.
Whether we realize it or not, clutter in our living spaces is equivalent to blocked energy in the body. It creates stagnant energy where the clutter exists, since those spaces don't see any activity. Our living spaces can be seen as a metaphor for the energy in our body's, when the energy gets stuck or stagnant, it creates discomfort, feeling heavier or thick, and more. In our homes it creates the same thing energetically. So, it actually does help to finally clear that clutter away, clean, and revitalize the space. Not only will you feel better because you finally took care of that pile of stuff, but you'll notice a difference in your living space and in your energy as well.