Understanding ‘Energy’ And Your Impact On Your Energetic Environment
Human beings, as well as every living organism, exist within a sea of energy in the form of waves known as frequencies. We humans are not even physical beings but consist of atoms vibrating at similar frequencies. Every organism has the vibrational frequency that it emits, attracting and influencing those around it. This includes humans, where here in the western world, it is commonly known as a “vibe.”
Whether we are aware of it or not, whenever we encounter another or walk into a new environment, our body can sense a change. If another is depressed, sad, anxious, or angry but doesn’t show it externally, their lower vibration can make us uncomfortable. If we walk into a room full of people like this, the feeling can be overwhelming, even claustrophobic.
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Negative emotions have a low frequency, while on the other hand, those with a more balanced sense of self—who always seem to have a good time—tend to be operating at a higher frequency. These people usually have a comforting presence for those of a lower vibe. If one’s frequency is considerably lower than someone with a higher vibrational frequency, it can come off as threatening. However, this may stem from a subconscious sense of jealousy or envy. The thing is, much like a vibrating tuning fork, when another is placed near it, the other will begin to vibrate at the same speed as the first. We work in the same way. Our thoughts and words have their vibrational frequencies as well. I’ll get more into this in a bit, but it is imperative to understand that just because we can’t see something, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.
We can’t see radio waves, gamma, radiation, etc., but we still know they exist. We can’t see Wi-Fi, yet we know it’s all around us. In the electromagnetic spectrum, we can only see a tiny sliver known as the light spectrum. It represents only about 0.003 percent of all the energy in the universe. Even the “physical” universe that we can detect using the senses makes up only 4 percent of it. With this tiny sliver of light visible to us (0.003% of electromagnetic spectrum), who’s to say there aren’t other beings vibrating at higher or lower frequencies than us? A good way to picture it is with a fan—the slower it spins, the better we can see it, but the faster, the more invisible it becomes.
Scientism is the popular belief of the modern world, but it proves about as much as any religion does—it’s primarily only theory and speculation. Anything that cannot be measured with our artificial tools and measuring devices, such as emotion, intuition, consciousness, etc., gets tossed aside or entirely thrown out, forever considered “pseudoscience”. Any credible scientist who wants to keep their job and reputation knows not to touch these subjects. However, alternative scientists, who aren’t part of the mainstream science community, have discovered all of this. It’s more of a “rediscovery” after proof of such knowledge in eastern cultures, going back to antiquity. Many people may find this hard to believe and may even laugh at the thought of science being compared to religion. What the educational system has failed to teach, among many other truths, is the natural history of science and how it was equal to what’s considered supernatural today.
Renes Descartes’ “Discourse on Method” had reformed Western knowledge’s entire structure and provided the foundations for modern science. Nearly everyone that claims science as absolute truth and lives under the notion of “seeing is believing” doesn’t know that Descartes’ revelations had come to him in three visionary dreams and a dream within a dream, which provided the key for interpreting the more significant dream. In other words, the entire structure of rational, reductionist, positivist science, which today rejects “subjective knowledge,” was initially inspired by a revelation in a non-ordinary state of consciousness
Eastern gurus, such as Lao Tzu, have made well-known sayings, such as “watch your words” and “watch your thoughts,” for this reason. If one thinks of something or talks of it enough, it can manifest into one’s reality. Hence, the phrase “be careful what you wish for…”
To see this for yourself, I highly recommend looking into Dr. Emoto’s water crystals. The Japanese scientist has shown that our words and intentions can directly affect the molecular structure of water. Depending on age and sex, the human body is about 60 percent water. With that, wouldn’t words and even thoughts affect us? If still not convinced, listen to Norwegian Black Metal for a week straight and tell me it hasn’t had a direct effect on you.
Put out the right frequency every day
When people say “have a nice day” or “drive safely,” they are encouraging those thoughts to permeate in our minds. It feels good to hear positive and uplifting words of encouragement. Conversely, if someone tells you “you’re an idiot” or insults you verbally, you will feel bad, mad, or anxious. We can easily have our emotions and state of mind affected simply by hearing a few words. If hearing a few little words can affect our thought patterns, emotions, and actions, imagine what movies, commercials, and songs can do to the mind.
Just because we can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not real. For many, seeing is believing. But what about feeling or any other human sense? Everyone has had a feeling that they initially could not explain. But it is when the mind jumps in the way, trying to reason with the body using the logic we were programmed to use in school (which isn’t the whole truth, keep in mind), that we falsely debunk our own intuitions.
We create our reality by the frequency we each put out, which attracts more of the same. The more conscious we are about our life choices, the more we can keep a higher frequency, which sends ripples of energy out like ripples in a pond, or waves in an ocean, pulsating a positive vibe wherever we go, both internally and externally.
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