Understanding the role of energy in the universe and its impact on our spiritual development has been a profound realization for me. Everything around us is composed of energy, and this understanding helps us recognize that we first experience events as energy fields before our brains process and interpret them.
Let's take a moment to reflect on the concept of energy. Simply put, energy is the driving force behind any movement or transformation. Even the spinning of molecules to form atoms requires an energy source, and since everything is made up of atoms, it underscores how energy is fundamental to our existence.
Being aware of this fact can shed light on how we are constantly receiving and responding to various energy frequencies throughout the day. These energies influence our emotions, triggers, and responses. Becoming conscious of these influences can be helpful in understanding ourselves better.
For instance, during the day, pay attention to moments of anxiety and try to identify their triggers. It could be as simple as having too much coffee or being in a crowded place. Acknowledging the sources of these anxieties empowers us to address and resolve them, sometimes requiring healing and introspection. By doing so, we can gradually free ourselves from being constantly triggered and ultimately feel better.
While it might not be possible to eliminate all triggers in one lifetime, we can practice discipline in our self-awareness. Understanding how these triggers lead to maladaptive behaviors or negative thought patterns can help us process and transform the energy they generate.
For instance, when we encounter situations where we absorb powerful negative energy, it needs an outlet to transform, as it cannot remain stagnant. If we fail to process it, it may manifest in the form of anxiety, disease, pain, and other forms of suffering.
This may seem like a straightforward concept, but it can be challenging to put into practice consistently. Nonetheless, by actively working on understanding and managing our energy responses, we can lead healthier, more fulfilling lives.
Let's remain open to this understanding and be patient with ourselves as we strive to grow and heal, making progress toward a more balanced and harmonious state of being.