We have all wronged someone, or have been wronged by someone. If you have wronged someone, then you will feel the need to apologize. The other party will be expecting you to do so. On the other hand, if you are the one who has been wronged, then you will expect the wrongdoer to apologize. There is a feeling of satisfaction that comes with apologizing, and being apologized to. This is merely a competition for energy between the wrongdoer, and the one the action was done against.
Human beings are naturally energy beings, and we tend to compete to gain more energy. This could be either consciously, or unconsciously. From a young age, a child cries when it wants attention from adults. Having done this and realized that adults attend to its needs, -because they do not like the child crying- the child uses this technique to seek attention.
This is basically a good example of the child first seeking energy from an adult unconsciously, then later when they are aware of their power to gain attention, they now do it consciously. The child takes energy from their parents, or adults, in the form of attention, and the parents give their energy to it. This drains the latter’s energy. This is something that could literally show physical signs. The children then will always have ‘power’ over the adults. They know how to pull ‘the attention’ strings.
We always want to be seen to be right, and that is why in most arguments, people will be raising their voices to prove their point. Well, energetically, the energy exchange, just as the words exchange, bounces from one party to the other. Eventually, the one who is deemed to have won the argument, sucks the energy of the other party.
The one who loses, gives some of their energy to the supposed winner of the argument. That is why they feel so drained afterward. If this situation holds, as it may, then the losing party will fear putting up an argument, because of their ‘weaker’ energy. The other one who feels ‘stronger’, will always provoke an argument, because they want to win so bad. In other words, they need more energy.
In another instance, the situation on arguments could go a different way completely, where one partner always projects themselves to be the weaker party. When they make themselves look vulnerable, then the other -seemingly stronger party, will obviously retaliate. Even if it was a constructive argument, or if the seemingly weaker party had made a mistake, the other person will always pity them, and let the issues ‘slide’. In this situation, the seemingly weaker party is manipulating the other party, and by so doing, siphoning energy from them.
The few examples are enough to demonstrate the imbalance of energy within us, and that we seek the balance mostly through manipulation. There are those who impose fear on other people, and in turn, take some of their energy. Some parents are so strict, and always want to be in control of every situation, and what their children are involved in. The children, in turn, grow up not wanting to face the consequences of going against their parents. Well, in this case, the parents are taking the energy of their children, by making them afraid, which makes this a form of manipulation. So, the children will do anything they are told to do by their parents without question. Does this sound like a dictatorial type of leadership?
If it does, then you guessed right. The governments, if they are using a dictatorial style of leadership, then they are definitely siphoning energy from their subjects. Well, to figure this out you must put a face on the government. The government is not offices or buildings. The people in charge, who rule by fear, are really the ones taking the energy of their subjects. Most of these leaders consciously know what it is that they are doing.
People go into relationships looking to sustain their imbalanced energy. They do this thinking that the other person will balance, and make them complete. Along the way, it dawns on them that the person they are with, is not the one they thought would complete them. What should happen first, before going out to look for another person to complete you, is ‘completing’ yourself. In other words, balance your energies. But this only happens when one is aware that everything is energy.
We can naturally balance our energies when in nature. If we understood this, then we would know that even food is energy. We all eat different foods, and I bet they vibrate at different frequencies. So, the energy one gets from food will depend on the frequency of the food. Could this be the reason for the saying, ‘you are what you eat?’ The point to be made is, we are always picking energy from whatever we interact with. We are energy magnets.
What is it with some employers having their employees work more, and get paid less? The bosses always want their juniors to know that they are superior. It has more to do with stamping their authority. If one goes against their boss, then they are threatened with sacking or a demotion. Notice the energy at play here. The employee feels that they need their job, and believe that their boss has their best interest at heart. There is a state of dependency that most people call a work relationship. It’s really energy in exchange.
Why do some people leave one workplace, only to join another, and say that the current boss appreciates them more? It is all energy, so let’s learn to balance it. It is possible and doable. Are there challenges? Yes. Is there anything that does not have challenges? Namaste.