The question was: "Do you find energetic boundary setting helps with the amount of energy you receive?"
@mindbodythought nice post! Do you find energetic boundary setting helps with the amount of energy you receive (bubble meditation etc)?— Metaphysicalmusings (@talking2spirits) July 9, 2016
I know many people promote the idea of bathing yourself in white light and making a bubble that surrounds you to keep out unwanted energy. I believe that is essentially what my friend is asking and so I'll share with you what I do. By no means am I a master of this because I still struggle with it just like everyone else does.
A very wise teacher once cautioned me against trying to limit the energy I picked up or wrapping myself in a bubble or a white light. Now, I'm sure for those who have been taught to do this, I'm probably contradicting your beliefs and insights. That's okay with me if you think my way is incorrect. I have to do what works for me.
For me, I pick up a ton of stuff when I'm around people. Granted, I try to throttle this down a little, because I don't need to be inundated with things that I can do nothing about or have no way to impact. For a long time I didn't understand how to do this and I still struggle a little with it, but it is kind of like turning down the volume knob on a radio. You can still hear the radio, but it is a much lower volume.
When I'm working with someone, I turn it all the way up using my mind to do this. I want to sense and see and feel everything I can with someone because those inputs usually are my guiding lights to see where I need to go. Without these inputs, I would be dead in the water.
Often if I'm working on people or with people, its almost like I feel their pain in my body. I've had countless people surprised and shocked that somehow I know their pain in an area is gone. It is because I literally feel that pain in my own body and so when it goes away, I know it is gone. Again, it guides me into the areas I need to focus on.
If I tried to dial all that back and block it by wrapping myself in white light or using a bubble concept, I don't think I would feel and sense all that I needed to in order to help others. I think it would diminish this greatly. In fact, I don't just think - I know from experience it does diminish what I sense and feel.
Yes, I know there is negative and bad energy out there. It is everywhere and these days, you can find it online through social media as much as you can by interacting physically with someone. The way I deal with this is that I know I am protected and guided by something much greater than myself or the negative energy that is around me. I feel secure with that knowledge and I always ask for help and guidance.
A very important part of this is that I've done a tremendous amount of work on myself and I continue to do this every day. I do not settle for where I'm at, but where I can go. As a result, I've managed to connect with a high vibration that sort of keeps me above the fray, especially when I'm working with others. It is this intense deep work that has helped me unshackle some of the things that normally hold us down and diminish our vibration.
I just want to be there for all people in the best way that I can and for me, if I hold back or filter out all that could come my way, then I feel like I'm not doing what I need to do. I personally feel from what I've seen that if I filter things out, I miss some of the clues I need. I know I'm protected and I embrace this part of me.
If I find I've been triggered or I pick something up, then I have people that I go to who can help balance that back out so I can let it go. Triggers are a good way for me to go deeper into my own healing and awareness, even if they make things uncomfortable at times. In these moments, I see opportunities with people because I believe the things we need to grow in life from, are often introduced by the people we come in contact with every day.
A good video on Emotional Fitness is an interview that Jim Fazio did with Dr. Paul Canali. It is up on YouTube and you can click on the image below to view it.
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