About 45 mins into my regular yoga practice a few days ago, I was hit with a huge wave of energy. At first, I tried to fight through it, but it didn’t take long for me to recognize that I needed to stop my vinyasa practice and pay attention to the energies that surrounded me. I was overwhelmed with green, yellow and violet energies that were clearly there with a purpose.
I sat up and settled into a cross legged position with my hands in a simple meditation mudra. I immediately found myself in a river of swirling energies, emerald green, bright yellow and a deep rich violet. My purpose in explaining all this is twofold:
- We all need to learn to pay attention to our energy body and respond accordingly. Communication with our Higher Selves is subtle and it takes practice to recognize when we are receiving conscious communication. Quieting the mind and being open to receive is key. This day I was clearly being told to sit down, shut up and pay attention.
- The message was particularly relevant to the current chaos of the world and it was provided with the intention I would pass it along on this blog.
Now back to that river of energy. I found myself in a river of swirling energies. Different colors representing the different frequencies of the energy that defines our physical existence. There is nothing else. All “matter”, all solid forms are nothing more than condensed energy that we collectively manifest to create the physical world. Envision a twisting river with calm, flowing water in the middle and whirlpools of varying sizes forming closer to shore and around the twist and turns. I was in the middle of the calm flow, but I could see the whirlpools all around me. I could also see my own energy body, flowing around me in perfect symmetry.
The whirlpools are judgments, focused disruptions in the calm flow of the river. I could easily move to any whirlpool of my choosing simply by focusing my intention on the disturbance. It didn’t matter why I approached the disturbance, whether to figure out why it existed in an effort to relieve the disruption in the calm flow of energy or to add to the disruption as a way to change the flow of the river. Approaching any disturbance would alter my own energy body and throw it out of symmetry.
However, if I focused only on radiating Love and Light from my energy body, that emerald green energy would further calm the flow around me. As that calm stretched out within the river, the adjacent whirlpools would lessen and release allowing higher frequencies of Light energies to permeate the area. In turn, my own energy body would strengthen and grow in the higher frequencies of Light.
Let me repeat. Engaging in any judgment, regardless of whether the intention is “good or bad” will by definition alter your own body in unintended and harmful ways. However, withholding from judgment of any kind and simply radiating Love to all you walk with strengthens your very being and strengthens those around you. Get it? By engaging in judgment, we create harm. It doesn’t matter how you categorize your intention.
Judgment = Harm.
As we navigate the chaos around us, do so without judgment. Watch as the whirlpools pass you by, sending Love and Light to everyone and everything in your path. Do not engage in disharmony, do not try to fix anything. Attachment causes harm, it causes disease (“dis ease”). As a seeker of Truth, you are here to bring Light, strengthen your own energy body and in the process lift those you walk with.
Now we are doing yoga…
Blair is the co-owner of Yoga Daily in Mt. Pleasant, SC. [https://yogadailymountpleasant.com] He is a certified yoga instructor, recovering lawyer and a spiritual student. The content of this blog is what Blair considers to be universal truths that span all dogma and religion and it is offered to you in Love and Light. Check out Yoga Dude [https://yogadailymountpleasant.com/the-yoga-dude/] for additional blog entries. You can contact Blair at email@example.com. Yoga is but one path to the knowing that we are all One. Please take what resonates with you and leave the rest without judgment or offense.