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3 Mistakes in Energy for Self-Healing

Can we really live lives of continual and vibrant health?

Reality is, this is already well-documented — it just is poorly studied. In modern culture, we consider this an anomaly, instead of following it as the example of what we all could be.

Ironically, though, some of our own thinking and beliefs work against us in pursuit of effective healing. Here are three common traps that catch even experienced energy workers–and what we can do about them.

You don’t need more energy — you already have plenty!

Famous physicist Richard Feynman illustrates this point dramatically by using just the balance of positive and negative energy in our bodies. If this balance were off by just 1%, he explains, in himself and in a student in the back of the lecture hall, in the same direction (for example, both 1% more positive), “We would repel each other with a force so great it could lift another earth.” Feynman himself found this shocking, and shares that he checked his math multiple times looking for an error. And that’s just electrostatic charge. We all have plenty of energy.

Yet the majority of healing approaches people pursue are exactly this–generating and transmitting more energy. It’s a decidedly yang approach (which we often experience as heat), a decidedly quick-fix Western mindset to healing (give me a pill, give me an herb, or zap me with energy), and it’s really an inefficient mode of healing (law of diminishing returns, and addressing the wrong problem–in both cases, we don’t need more energy…something else is needed), stressing the limits of what is reasonable and effective.

Instead, most people need connecting energy–earth, yin, consolidating, rather than expansive, balancing and centering, filling from within instead of radiation. We are part of a much larger organism, a much larger cosmos and reality, and this is where the sudden jumps around our perceived limits of space and time occur, in this elemental, primal, both higher vibration and more fundamental vibration. This is why many people feel healing as subtle instead of strong and effective.

We waste much of the energy flowing to and through us.

If we’re in search of more water, there’s no point in diverting the river into a leaky bucket. Learning to experience higher vibrations and elemental earth energy isn’t much use if we have no way to connect effectively to realize the benefits of these important energies. But most people are sieves. Their energy is going in multiple directions, with no focus, no clear purpose, and only vague intentions, let alone taking time to develop the capacity to embody and use this energy well. So their healing either doesn’t work, or works briefly before reverting. Plug the holes.

Because people often experience this phenomenon subjectively as a lack of energy, they struggle to hold on to their energy, and many illnesses and manifested problems have stuck or stagnant energy as their cause. Like a water system, energy needs to flow to maintain a healthy system. This is the energy of abundance, of universal love, of longevity and continual healthy–fresh streams flow in, pool in the discipline of the banks (or there would be a swamp), and flow out again to keep the system healthy–including the system of your body.

Learning this flow takes only some discipline and instruction–yoga and T’ai Chi, for example, but also learning proper balance, breathing, toning, and more can contribute to a generally healthy life and physical manifestation.

We often start from empty and drive to depletion

If you were planning a road trip, you’d probably start by filling your car’s gas tank. You wouldn’t start out at or near empty. Yet this is precisely what we often do–we’re just so busy, we just have so many important things to do, and we just have to jump in. But despite the typical mindset, we can’t sustain this, however much we try to convince ourselves. And the result is problematic. We work at unproductive levels, letting stress-related complications build until a crisis hits–or for many people, a couple of crises back to back.

Consider a lush forest canopy–and that the root system underneath that abundant greenery is far larger than what we see above ground. Our goals and ambitions are like that–all canopy. To support and realize that, we need fundamentals, grounding, how to build the structures and conditions that will allow a flourishing canopy. Otherwise, we’re going to struggle. We’re often trying to heal the canopy, when the problem is the underdeveloped root structure.

Learning effective meditation and breathing techniques, for example, help to accomplish this essential component. We often approach it like we don’t have time for it, but the truth is, we don’t have time to waste not pursuing it. Then we can thrive.

If you’d like to learn and master the essentials of self-healing . . .

Take a look at the newly redone and expanded “11 Paths to Self-Healing” program. You can learn more about that program and the various options available to you by clicking here.

 Can we really live lives of continual and vibrant health?  Reality is, this is already well-documented — it just is poorly studied. In modern culture, we consider this an anomaly, instead of following it as the example of what we all could be.






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