One of my students felt like she was giving away her energy. She felt drained, and she assumed that there must be energy leaks in her aura or chakras.
But can you leak energy – really? Well, here’s the answer – and the healing – that I gave her…
Watch Now – Free Healing Video:
Can You Leak Energy?
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Have you ever been told that you’re “leaking energy?” Or assumed that an “energy vampire” was sucking your energy? (I sure have! I mention it briefly in the video.)
Try this simple Now Healing Alignment on it – watch the video – and let me know what you think, below.
PS – more thoughts, that are NOT in the video…
Reminder: avoid taking as gospel any and all assumptions about what caused a problem, in the energetic realms. Especially when those assumptions are actually only metaphors.
Metaphors like “energy vampires”, “psychic attack”, “negative entities”, “narcissistic abuser” – make sure you don’t blindly buy into the truth of those terms as causative.
Be aware that bandying those kinds of labels about, every time someone annoys you or you feel bad being around a particular person, is not always going to be healing for you!
Don’t let yourself get pulled into the duality of that label or metaphor.
You can amplify a problem by assigning metaphors and labels that may weaken you.
If you assume that the problem is that someone is sucking your energy, you won’t solve the problem by over-identifying as the victim.
Now this is not a hard and fast rule. If you are nicely Centered and energetically strong & congruent, then your label or metaphor that you discern will be true, and you’re not likely to take on the negative aspects of victimhood. But if you’re not Centered, you’re not discerning as clearly, and you’re more likely to feel weak and victimized.
In any case, let’s all just unclench from our metaphors!
Metaphors have power.
That’s why it’s a good idea to remember:
Don’t take your mis-characterized metaphors too seriously.
Don’t get attached to the idea that your energy is “leaking” or “being sucked” or “drained” or even “weakened” or “distorted.” Even though those last few are much more clean, neutral and better metaphors, they are still metaphors, because using words to describe energy and resonance is necessarily metaphorical.
1. Don’t make assumptions that your words and metaphors accurately describe a problem and then try to solve that problem using those inaccurate metaphors. It won’t work very well. Instead, follow the energy and resonance itself, not the descriptions of the energy and resonance.
2. Feeling like your energy is leaking or draining is not even truly about “energy,” it’s often closer to “resonance.” The metaphor of a resonant string is a more useful and healing metaphor, because you can can use another “morphic metaphor” to dampen the resonance. Plus there’s the whole theory of morphic resonance posited by biologist Rupert Sheldrake that is a really elegant way of looking at all this.