Bridge of Life

Energy includes three aspects of the body’s systems: Pathways – meridians; Centers – chakras and Biofield – aura.

Understanding how the interaction of energy around you can affect a relationship will help you to maintain your physical boundaries, which we discussed recently.  By sensing your energy field and your physical boundaries, you can greatly improve your relationships with everyone around you.

You will begin to notice how your level of comfort with another changes depending upon how close or far away someone stands from you; your level of intimacy with that person will decide what distance feels correct. The more sensitive you become to knowing when you are in another’s energy field the more harmonious your relationships will be.

The purpose of this exercise is to begin to know when another person is in your physical boundaries (energy field) and how to assess your own level of comfort. While you doing this exercise, ask yourself these three questions:

  • How can I tell when someone is in my energy field?
  • What can I do to become clear on my physical boundaries?
  • Will my moods affect my physical boundaries?

1)    Have a person you are very intimate with stand opposite you about 10 feet away.

  • Ask them to slowly walk towards you.  Stop them when you begin to feel uncomfortable.
  • Ask them to take a step or two back, until you feel comfortable.  Notice how close they come to you before you can feel them in you field; notice when or if you become uncomfortable. Notice what exactly you do feel or sense!
  • Do this again with the same person when you are annoyed with them and see the difference!

2)    Now repeat this exercise with someone you are acquaintances with.  Notice what the differences are, and the similarities.

3)    Now do it with a friend, someone you feel safe with and notice what the differences and similarities.

The more people you do this with the quicker you will become aware of where you begin and end. As well as, how physically close you can be to another person and be effective and comfortable. This exercise teaches you to use space to create an environment that promotes well being for you.

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