Raye has showed up today to remind you of the importance of keeping your energy clean and flowing. By doing physical exercises and yoga we restore and replenish our bodies from all the energy we loaned out throughout the day. It may seem counterintuitive that our energy reserves are replenished when we do physical exercise. But by creating our own energy we can get rid of energies that were loaned to us as well as refill the energy reserves we loaned out.
Every time you come in contact with someone, whether in real life or virtually, an energy exchange occurs. Some of your energy goes to them, and some of their energy rubs off on you. But this energy exchange isn’t always equal.
Sometimes you give more energy than you receive. But even if the amount of energy is the same the quality of the energy hardly ever is. One person’s energy is almost always more positive than the other person’s.
So when you loan some of your positive energy to someone else, their more negative energy fills you up to make up for the energy you gave away. This can make you feel drained and grumpy.
At this time Raye is reminding you that it’s very important to keep your energy healthy, because it will help you grow and brighten your mood.
When we get negative energy as a compensation for the positive energy we loan to others during our daily interactions it’s up to us to transform that loaned energy. We have the power to change negative energy to positive energy.
Using breathwork in exercise
The key to good breath work is setting up a rhythm. Almost all athletes do this naturally. But at the moment it’s a good idea to be mindful of your breath as you exercise.
The rhythm you set up will depend entirely on the exercise you’re doing. For example, if you’re running you may want to inhale for two strides and exhale for three. Or if you’re cycling maybe you breathe in for one rotation and out for two.
Making your exhales longer than your inhales will help purge your lungs of carbon dioxide, allowing more clean oxygen to enter your blood with every inhale. And with the clean oxygen comes clean energy for your muscles to work harder at raising your own energy levels.
Of course you can’t stop your energy from mixing with the energies of those around you. But you can be mindful of the type of people you interact with. If someone gives you a bad vibe the moment you meet them, it’s definitely in your best interest to keep the interaction as short as possible. Maybe even focusing on your breath as you talk to them to stay as positively charged and grounded as possible.
The same counts for virtual interactions. If your Facebook feed is filled with content that makes you feel negative in any way it could really benefit you to snooze some groups and pages or even friends for a month.
The more mindful you are of what energy you loan out, and what energy gets loaned to you in return, the more balanced and peaceful your life will be. And the more peaceful you are the more you can grow and become even more positively charged.