Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Musings of Late May

Being a self proclaimed empath, I can relate to negative feelings, anger, despair, frustration, and drama are examples of energy shifts that will be forced on to others around you whether you like it or not.

As your focus shifts, the energy around you is different. Same with others around you. "Feeling" the energy around you isn't a gift just for empathics. It is there for everyone, if you choose to be aware to the surroundings and feelings of others. In a way.. ignorance is bliss at times. Just pretend not to notice. Sad part of enlightenment, once the blinders are taken off, you can't put them back on. No matter how hard you try.

I would be interested to know how many addicts in this world use chemicals just to become numb to their own, or others energy.

I have over a year and a half sober. I feel like Trinity talking to Neo in the Matrix. "Because you have been down there Neo, you know that road, you know exactly where it ends. And I know that's not where you want to be. ..."

What is the answer? I removed myself from life. I know I am not the first person to do it. Sure I work. Sure I work with many people daily. I have to talk on the phone. Meet clients, potential candidates. Interact. I have a work "shield" to protect me.. but it doesn't always help. People are still human beings, and I can't control all of my surroundings.

What can you do?

I found myself to not just distance myself, but to let go of the negative vibes when they come about. Do dishes! Watch a favorite show. Listen to music that makes you feel good. Those energies will balance and dissipate the rest. Or feed into the negative and prepare for negative.

I saw it happen last night. Which is why I am blogging this. I took a situation, focused on the positive, and now await the positive result. I am expecting the good energies back, since that is what I put out.

I'll let you know..lol

Sharing light with Kimmy. Striving to create a path between the present course of events and a new course; leading to new outcomes.

1 comment:

  1. With every deed you are sowing a seed, though the harvest you may not see. ♥ Ella Wheeler Wilcox