Are you emitting positive or negative energy into your life- space?” According to the U.S. Energy Information Association, (EIA, 2020) concerning the Laws of Energy
“…the law of conservation of energy states that energy is neither created nor destroyed. When people use energy, it doesn’t disappear. Energy changes from one form of energy into another form of energy.” (p. 1). Therefore, the energy we transfer in our minds during the processes of thinking and praying, and/or the energy our bodies transfer during physical labor, impacts the emotional, mental and physical spaces surrounding our bodies or physical space.
Let’s take a moment and consider the impact of stress upon our lives. “Stress may lead to physical and mental deteriorations.” (mayoclinic.org, 2020). Therefore, any deteriorations in these vital areas of our lives, we may safely assume would be negative. In opposition to the negative, we need rebirthing of spirit, renewing of minds and revitalizing of strength…not destruction or deterioration of mind, body and spirit. When things happen in one’s life that lead one to create positive change, revitalize resources, and share happiness, which I like to refer to as, “ our glowing forces”, he or she can look upon those forces as sources of positive energy.
I admonish you to become more cognitively aware of your surroundings, your language and the type of energy you are refueling into the universe. That very energy may become the source of your empowerment or detriment. Practice waking in the mornings with a positive word on your lips. For example, “ Today, I will have a glorious day and I will do or say something this day that will make someone else smile and feel good about him or herself!” Another positive life-space practice is to say, “ Today I will lift up my voice in praise and adoration! Contrarily, there are days when I begin my day by saying, “Today I will concentrate on quiet re-focusing and introspection.”
Remember, If energy is not destroyed, yet simply recirculating – then we should ask ourselves, what are we recirculating in the precious arena of our own life-spaces?
By: Daphne Knox McClain
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