How to See Energy
By Susan L. Magine
and that these two things exist separately from each other when, in fact, they do not. We can understand the concept of energy as the one and only component of reality, but it is hard to grasp it without the experience of it. For most of us, it is just one more thing that we file in the back of our minds and forget. But you can experience life in this way. It’s actually very easy to see energy, and it only takes a minute.
A New Perspective
The more often you practice this exercise, the more energy you will be able to see. You will notice, for example, that there are places where energy has collected and grown stagnant, as in a room where no one has opened a window in a while, or perhaps where people have just had an argument. You might eventually see that the objects you thought were solid now seem to have an ethereal, wispy quality to them. You may even be able to observe the movement of energy, giving you a unique perspective about the places and people you might want to encounter, and the ones you will want to avoid.
Once you learn to view the world from the perspective that everything is energy, your life will start to change. You will eventually be able to see energy all of the time, without the need to do the visualization and breathing exercise. You will gain experiential knowledge that you are, indeed, made of the same stuff as everything and everyone else in this world. You will see the connection of it all, and therefore the boundaries you thought were yours will begin to dissolve. This will open new pathways for you to explore, in turn expanding your consciousness and broadening the scope of who and what you believe yourself to be.
This is a good thing for all of us, to see ourselves in this way, because it means that it is possible for us to learn to see the common denominator underneath what we thought were impossible differences. We can start to realize that we are all connected to, and affected by, each other, because we exist in the same giant pool of energy. We can learn to see the world as part of ourselves, and thus treat it as such. Who knows? Maybe we can even discover how to get along. If nothing else, this is a great way to teach us not to take life so seriously. After all, it’s all just static!
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About the Author
Susan L. Magine, B.A., KYI/RYT, QHHT, is a freelance writer and intuitive healer who specializes in helping others heal through awareness and conscious energy movement. She holds a B.A. in Communications from Loyola University, Chicago. She is a registered yoga instructor (RYT) as a Kundalini Yoga Certified (KYI), a Children’s Yoga (Light Leaders Certified), and Yin Yoga (Asheville Yoga Center) instructor. She is a Quantum Healing Hypnosis certified practitioner (QHHT, trained by Dolores Cannon), and a certified Hands-on-Healing practitioner (HOHP) and Reiki practitioner. www.mechanicsofbeing.com
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