2011-04-15 / Columnists

The Inner Voice

Commentary by Marilyn Gelfand

When we watch two boxers in a ring, we can actually see their punches and hear the impact of their blows. When two people are arguing we can feel the energy coming out from each one against the other. When someone is shouting or saying something nasty, it doesn’t feel very good. When someone makes us feel guilty or is trying to con us, again we can feel the energy and it doesn’t feel good.

Many people listen to words and actions that come from other people, and then act according to what they believe they just observed. The same situation may be viewed as an exchange of energy. If I am very stressed out, I have an overload of energy, and I may be looking for a target to release it on. I may pick a fight with someone just to release all this pent up stress and anger or fear that has bottled up inside me. I can then walk away feeling calmer leaving the other person very confused or in tears not understanding what just happened.

If a person has no energy inside, he will look for someone to replenish his own. He may come and sit down and have a conversation with you and tell you all his woes, and you feel sorry for him. Your energy has gone to this other person, and you may feel tired when that person leaves. Another situation may be when someone gets you to do something that he wants you to do. He will feel a power kick, as your energy goes to prove his superiority over you to himself. People who need power kick energy have to prove their superiority every two or three days as energy replenishment.

If someone is feeling good inside, and has energy that is cleansed and protected, there is no reaching out to get another person’s energy. The person is there out of freedom and can come or go almost inside a beautiful golden energy egg, for example. The idea is to maintain ourselves in this beautiful energy despite what other people are doing with energy exchanges around us.

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