Learning how to master your energy is a delicate balance of self-expression and self-preservation. When focusing on how to master your energy, it’s important to observe the energy exchange between you and your environment. Controlling the flow of energy, both internally and externally, is the essential ingredient needed in order to learn how to master your energy.
Throughout our day, our personal energy is generated based on our emotions, thoughts, interactions, and what we choose to consume. Consumption is not just the food we eat, but also the ideas and thoughts we ingest. This is usually your immediate environment, such as the people you spend the most time with (friends, family, workmates, and peers) as well as the media messaging you consume.
Your exposure to social media, television, news, and other forms of media all play a huge role in your level of energy. If these inputs are negative, you can expect to see a downward trend in your personal energy level. Managing what you consume is a key lesson in how to master your energy.
You need to be aware and have greater control over what you choose to absorb and take in. Remember that you always have a choice. And when you do choose, make sure that you always choose happiness within all of your activities!
Each day you travel through a world where you are overwhelmed by a sea of differing energies. Some are beneficial, while other energies will deplete you of your life force. It’s important to learn how to master your energy so as to be able to navigate life with little interruption to your day-to-day. Self awareness and a personal mission of how to become more spiritually aware or how to shift your mindset is necessary to be skilled in how to master your energy.
What Does It Mean To Master Your Energy?
Learning how to master your energy means that you’re in full control of your energy consumption (how you take in energy), energy distribution (how you manage your energy), and energy utilization (how you use your energy). Mastering your energy also means that you know how your body reacts to specific inputs. You need to be aware of how to protect your mind and body when it comes to energy, your own or others.
To give a playful example, Superman receives his powers from Earth’s Yellow Sun. But also he is greatly weakened by Kryptonite. Therefore, he spends a lot of time and tries to avoid Kryptonite whenever possible. You need to know what your version of “the yellow sun” (power generator) is as well as your version of “kryptonite” (power weakener).
Ask yourself what type of energy ignites and excites you (giving you energy) and the type of energy that drains and consumes your energy. Pay special attention to the days when you sense either is affecting, for good or for bad. This is all a part of learning how to master your energy.
Energy floats all around us. It’s invisible to the human eye, so we take a lot of our energy consumption and generation for granted. We can feel when we’re depleted of energy (fatigued, ill, or exhausted) and we can also feel when we’re full of energy (revitalized, rejuvenated).
It’s our job to practice smart and efficient use of our energy. To learn how to master your energy, you need to be fully and completely tuned in spiritually, mentally, and physically. You’ll need to master all levels and all dimensions of your reality.
To better you’re able to master both internal energies and manage the external energies which surround you, the better able you are to navigate and maneuver through life. Your life will become easier and you’ll be able to attract the things into your life which you want and desire, as well as avoid those things that you don’t. It’s all about balancing your energy.
What Is Energy Balance?
The theme of balance is repeated throughout spirituality and a large portion of spiritual practice is dedicated to balance. For example: Ying & Yang. Masculine & Feminine. Cause & Effect. Sun & Moon. The Law of Polarity covers this topic of balance as well. This all translates to how to master your energy.
So what is energy balance? It’s aligning your energies so that they are working in your favor, rather than working against you. When you are balanced, you are able to maintain an even pace in life. You are able to sense and follow a rhythm to your day and life.
Once you detect this cadence, you can work within it and benefit from this rhythm. A balance of energy provides you with the means to enter a spiritual flow which makes life a lot easier because the heavy-lifting is done for you. All too often we work against the energy flow rather than with it and this is to our detriment.
Often you’ll use grounding energy in order to balance the flurry of other energies around you. When you’re connected with Mother Earth, you’re able to feel grounded and more stable. Once grounded, your spiritual vision and know-how becomes sharper. You can elevate or enhance your energy by borrowing (or recharging) from Source Energy & Mother Earth. Note: If you’re ever in need of a quick energy clearing, sit underneath a tree. Trees are nature’s miracle because they are built to absorb negative energy from humans.
Many ailments and illnesses are created from an imbalance in energy. In eastern traditions, they will connect (and categorize) these energies with the elements: Air, Fire, Earth, and Water. If these are in balance, then you’ll remain healthy. If they are out of whack, then you’ll find yourself ill and perhaps bed ridden for some time only to gather your strength and rebalance your energy to be well once again. This is why balancing your energy needs to be a priority in your day-to-day.
Life Force Energy Names
- Aether (ether) – Latin
- Barakah or Baraka – Islamic mysticism, particularly Sufism
- Chi (or Qi) (Chinese) – Taoists
- Great Spirit (First Nations / Native American)
- Holy Spirit (Christianity)
- Ka to the Egyptians, life force spirit, as in Mer-Ka-Bah – Mer means a kind of light that rotated within itself. Ka means spirit, and Ba means the human body
- Ki (Japanese) – from Rei-ki (or Reiki) – In Japan, life force is called ki, rei means higher power
- Lüng – means wind or breath in Tibetan Buddhism
- Mana – found in the culture of the Melanesians and Polynesians (including Hawaiian culture) is the spiritual life force energy or healing power that permeates the universe
- Megin is an old Norse word for power, which in comparison has some similarities to life energy
- Pneuma – Greek
- Prana (प्राण, prāṇa) or ‘prāṇa-shakti’ is the Sanskrit word for “life force” or vital energy, pranic energy terms used in Hinduism and within Indian culture
- Rûaħ or ruach, a Hebrew word meaning ‘breath, spirit’
- Spiritus (Latin)
- Sekhem – Egyptian
Difference Between Vibes And Energy
The energy is the source of the vibration. Vibration is what you give off. For example, you turn on a car engine. The engine is where the energy is generated while the ‘whirring’ of the motor is the vibration. You can feel the revving of the engine when you press the gas (now sometimes) electric pedal. You can feel the vibrations.
Another example. Someone with negative (or bad) energy, that person is generating the energy. The vibes are what you feel when you walk close to them or perhaps walk into a space they are occupying. Energy travels in waves (or vibrations) so when you’re picking up on someone’s energy, you’re picking up on the vibrations they are sending.
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