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The Power of Your Field

The Power of Your Field

Your relationships are a direct reflection of your inner thoughts, attitudes, and feelings. You are an energy being. You radiate and pulsate with energy. Your energy field extends into infinity; however, the closer to your body, the more individualized it becomes. It is a combination of your soul and spirit, your aura, your electron cloud, and your electromagnetic energy field. This electron cloud surrounding you contains all the information to run your body. Your energy field attracts to it similar energy from the universe. We are all made up of energy – we all attract like-energy to us.

This means that, among other things, you actually attract people to you who are like you as a result of the energy that you put out into the world. The people you attract have the same type of energy you do. All you need to do to determine what type of energy you emit is to take a glance at your relationships.

So, your energy field is directly in control of your health and your relationships. As we live our daily lives, we influence our field by the way we respond to the stresses of life. If we respond with anger, hate, or frustration, we will create an energy in our field that will attract relationships, which will make us angry, hateful or frustrated. When you feel these emotions, recall this old adage – he who gets upset is the one who has the problem. Realize that your relationships may represent a part of you that needs to be changed.

You can change the feelings you put into your field. One issue of major importance here is judgment. You must overcome the urge to place judgment on your parents, boss, husband, wife, children, or other significant individuals in your life. You may not be able to forget the way these people treated you in the past or how they may treat you today, however you must not judge them for their actions. You can’t change the past or the way anyone else acts. You are only responsible for your own actions and reactions.

What can you do? Observe the actions of others. Don’t judge, but rather observe and learn. Make a decision on how you will live your life according to the observations you have made. Instead of judging and thinking, “My parent did it all wrong,” think this: “As a result of growing up with my parent, I am going to be a more loving, caring, thoughtful parent myself.” Let your experiences be your teachers, and benefit from the lessons each experience offers. Live your life today in a way that will insure your future is as happy and harmonious as you want it to be.