General

Energetics is vast field


This is no surprise :

Theories of modern physics present a 11-dimension universe.
There are 3 space dimensions, 1 time dimension,
which leaves 7 dimensions for many hard things to grasp or understand to happen
Moreover, enegetic phenomena also cross the 4 first dimension.

There is a lot of room then for many phenomena beyond the material.

Energy, in physics,
is what a system able to produce work contains.
In metaphysics,
it's the substrate of pure conscience which supports life and matter:
we could even link the two together and say that :
if matter is a system, life can be its work and th two are fully compatible...

Thos who allow themselves to be receptive, can perceive it in many different ways :

through their sight, touch, emotions etc.
they may see it flow in the acupuncutre meridians,
turn in the chakras and spread out from them,
vibrate in the subtles bodies,
move back and forth like waves in the body's structures (primary breath movement in the bones, muscles, organs etc.)

This energy is everywhere, in everything and creates everything


It bears different names depending on the traditions: Chi, Qi, Manitou, Holy-Spirit, Orgon, Prâna etc.

It is the substrate for everything.
As much for material life as for living beings, emotions or thoughts.

The energy changes the denser it becomes.
We then can face :

thoughts,
emotions,
pure energy,
intentions,
forming thought or even…
matter !
Indeed, matter is only an extremely dense form of energy.
Any physician knows that and uses it every day in his calculations
(E=MC2   : energy equals weight (i.e matter) times square light speed).

Modern physics admit that matter itself is nothing else but vibrations of… nothing.
Matter is the result of the perception of these vibrations.
It is therefore nothing else but an information.

As for any other information, energy obeys the laws of wave phenomena.

Indeed, these laws of harmonic induction and resonance govern
the transfer of information between information supports (like the essential oils)
and the receptive organs of living creatures (like the chakras). 

Energy flow

Energy flows everywhere freely.

Its free flows animated life in beings.

Any block of this flow creates a tension.

This trouble leads to diminishing the system's vital strength and logically affects its balance (health).

Whatever this stagnation of energy may be :

  • spiritual,
  • mental,
  • emotional
  • physical,

    it influences in the same way one's spiritual, mental, emotional or physical health.

A block of energy on one level affects the vitality on other levels


An emotional block often creates a physical tension.
(I am worried I might fail my exams, I have a knot in my stomach and my bowels move slowly.)

A spiritual block creates an emotional block.
(I have no confidence in life, I am full of fears and tensions.)

On and on and vice-versa in every way.

Health comes from a free vital flow.
The balance between the energies in one body allows this vital flow to be free and to flow positively and beneficially.

There is a huge number of energetic manifestations.
There is also many energetic systems with their own organs,
functions, settings etc. (chakras, doshas, elements...)
 
 
 
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