30 June 2017 1 Comment

Energy Release, Part 2

Over time I have learned that I must correctly identify the type and source of the “impression” in order to release it. (“Impression” is another word for the impact that energy or things we perceive and experience have upon us; the way it remains with us after we take it in.) Once I see what it is and no longer identify an energy or impression as belonging to me me, I am able to command the energy to go out. As it leaves, my body may shudder or jerk, sometimes even violently, if the thing I am releasing has been taking up inner space or has had an intensive hold.

During an active energy release, my body sometimes moves in ways I cannot do intentionally. (I have seen this occur with energy-sensitive clients also. Most people experience release less obviously. They may simply feel better in the related body area after the release, without noticing the release happening.) This release is not frightening, although it was unsettling the first few times it occurred. It feels freeing and cleansing. I feel more alive and fluid in the areas that the old energy moves out of, and in my body as a whole after a session IMG_7912like this. This kind of release session occurs spontaneously and organically, when I am doing concentrated inner work. It seems to be an amalgamation of many different types of energy healing, which eventually developed into a self repair protocol.

Sometimes the energy I discover during one of these cleansing protocols surprises me. The sources of these energies may show up to me through simply recognizing the identifying energy signature of a specific person as I turn my attention to the area of blockage, excess or odd energy. More often, I need to flip through potential people-sources in my mind until I come across an energetic match. Sometimes a name pops into my head as I attend to the sensations. Other times I have to dig to find it, and what I discover surprises me, but it clearly feels correct, and the energy moves. The energy does not move out until I identify it correctly and ask it to move.

I learn through this process about what is important to various parts of me, which were apparently running their emotional programs beneath the level of my conscious awareness. Previously-unconscious emotions or reactions are what allows energies from other people to lodge in one’s energy systems. I also get information from what I find about the emotional processes within the people who projected the energies; what drove them to project. Once the energies release it as if the footprints in the sand have been blown smooth. The related issues tend to be if not forgotten, at least unimportant.

The process I am describing, of identifying energy originating from the outside, is occasional. Identifying what is MINE and originating from MYSELF is frequent and consistent. Looking for impressions from others without taking responsibility for one’s own involvement in the interactions and energy transfer would be bunk. A steady baseline of self-observation helps to develop the ability to tell the difference.

Please feel free to describe any similar process you may have that allows you to release energies that do not serve you.

What have you learned in the process of developing an ability to recognize and release this type of energy?

What does energy transfer from one person to the next have to do with your self-definition or emotional context?

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One Response to “Energy Release, Part 2”

  1. Therese 30 June 2017 at 9:17 am #

    Fortunately, I don’t have to identify the person to release energy. Maybe it’s because I have a slightly different mindset around the process of acquiring other’s energy. I believe any energy within me, which is not mine, has been invited by me. I don’t have to be consciously aware of the invitation. The invitation lies in some part of me being reactive/triggered by the external energy. While I can often easily release energy, it will come back if I haven’t also addressed the underlying issue within myself. Once I’m able to release the underlying issues the energy doesn’t come into me again unless there’s another level of release needed.

    Interestingly, my body has recently upped the ante on making sure I address my issues. I’ve begun to not feel well when I’m working through my triggers. They can be difficult for me to release because I feel I have the “right” to be angry. I do have the right but being angry doesn’t serve me so my enhanced sensitivity is creating situations which encourage me, even more strongly than before, to release my issues. I guess I still learn through pain. I will be glad when I decide to learn through pleasure. Ha!

    With Love,
    Therese


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