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Energy Moves Through You, To You - What Does This Mean?

We are energy. Everything around you is energy.

Whatever we feel, flows through us and is mirrored back to us, so at any one time you can see what you are feeling by how your day is going.

As I mentioned in my last blog post, we need to stay in the moment and in the day. Every day is a new beginning, a fresh start. You go to bed in the evening and it's like a reset button has been pressed when you wake up. It's a new day, a new beginning. Sleeping recharges and heals us, that is why it is important to make sure you get a good nights sleep.

Once you start to notice how your day is going, you can get a good idea of how you are truly feeling by the people and situations around you because they are mirroring you. Even if you are completely unaware of how you are feeling at times.

Let me give you an example:

For a few days, you feel ok, even great but for some reason you are getting cold sores or mouth ulcers. In Louise Hay's book, You Can Heal Your Life, her probable cause of you having them is festering angry words and fear of expressing them. Fear. You read this and think but I don't feel like I'm festering angry words or any fear. For a couple of weeks, you get rid of one cold sore then another one appears or a mouth ulcer but you still can't understand why because you feel ok.

You go off to work, one day, feeling good and then out of the blue, someone (it doesn't matter who) says something or has an attitude that makes you really angry. They have triggered your anger. They have pressed a button causing you to explode. "Where did that come from? I didn't feel angry, I felt good but they have really made me mad." They have caused you to release the anger inside you, even though you didn't feel it.

The point is don't get entangled in the drama that this person has caused to make you angry. It was simply a trigger created so that you can release anger from yourself. Don't try to justify your actions of getting angry at this person to yourself or anyone else. It doesn't matter who was right or who was wrong. This anger needed releasing. Job done. Now move on and instead of trying to justify it, try to heal it instead. This was a cry for help from you to you to give yourself more tender, loving care.

Have a bath. Watch a good film. Curl up with a good book. Do something creative. It's about telling yourself, you are worthy of putting yourself first and giving yourself permission to receive love and joy.

Here is another example that happened to me:

I was in the supermarket at the self serve checkout. I was having a great day, feeling good. For some reason, I was having a strange moment with the machine. I had put my bag in the bagging area and the machine was asking me if I had my own bags, I clicked yes, then it was telling me to move the bag from the bagging area. I then had to start the process again. I knew what I was doing wrong, I needed to click yes to say I had my own bag and then put it in the bagging area but even though I knew this, I kept doing it wrong. Whilst I was doing this, I heard a lot of shouting going on behind me and it was a Sales Assistant shouting from the counter at me, he had been doing this for a few minutes but I was completely oblivious to him shouting at me, I thought he was shouting at someone else. He was getting really angry. Now, I had triggered this anger but I was completely unaware of it because I was just trying to sort myself out from being stupid and doing the bagging thing wrong.

His anger didn't affect me because I didn't have any anger to release, I had no reason to shout back at him because I was completely unaware. His anger was running through him to him and I was the trigger.

Next time you feel angry or witness someone else being angry, try to understand that this anger needs releasing and no one is to blame.

Sending you love ♥

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