Impact of Energy on the body

As Nikola Tesla famously said, “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.” 


There are many terms that have been used to describe ‘energy’ in the body – Chi, Qi, Prana, Life Force, Innate Wisdom.  Excitingly, our vibrational frequency is now measurable with modern technology and amazingly everything living has its own unique frequency.  Our unique energy allows us to connect to each other and every living being around us.

When we start to look at trauma and the effects it has on the body we are looking at an energy problem.  If energy is our life source then learning all the ways it gets directly and indirectly drained is an important foundation if we are to have a fighting chance of increasing our capacity to embrace and optimise life.

If we had more energy we would be able to :

– move away from situations that create overwhelm

– create an internal awareness to know how to release overwhelm

– and develop a heart centred awareness of knowing how to increase a restorative energy source within our nervous system.

Areas that drain our nervous system of its energy are: 

– anything that breaks a heart centre connection to our energy source (i.e the attachment style given from a caregiver, loved ones, the divine universal source/God)

– lack of time

– lack of resources

– lack of information 

– lack of protection 

– lack of connection

– chemical exposure

– one directional energy waves (i.e high frequency waves from 5G, Wifi etc)

– dysfunction in the detoxification system in the body (i.e. how we eliminate toxins)

The detoxification system is influenced by all the above and is a major reason why energy with our body can not move and flow to a coherence that will allow self healing to occur.

Energy provides the fuel, frequency determines the vibrational state, and coherence aligns and synchronises these elements to promote optimal health and well-being.

We can work in the non-visible, non-audible, non-tactile, non-verbal part of us that is the part of us that has a default program to heal and regenerate.  

So what can we start to do today to make a impactful change in redirecting positive energy back into the system?

By practicing anything that allows our awareness to come back into the present moment through the body is a major foundational building block.

This can be introduced by bringing our body slowly into stillness (for how ever long you feel comfortable), grounding in nature (recharging) and engaging in energy healing practices such as daily movement, sound therapy, light therapy, colour therapy, cranial sacral, myofascial release, somatic movement, reiki, or perhaps crystal healing.  With any of these we can consciously allow our frequency to rise. This in turn can raise our vibration and energy levels. 

A persons joy is limited by how much stress they have. You may likely know first hand how blocked you can feel when limited joy is present and how difficult it feels to access it. If we can raise the energy and vibration levels slowly over time, an increase in the capacity to experience stress along with an increase capacity to experience joy can begin to develop. 

You may already be including some of the above practises in your life or at least be familiar with them in one way or another.  

The questions are which practise can you bring into/or more of into your life and is there a practice you would like to learn more about?

The action only has to be small to help prevent the nervous system feeling overwhelmed.

Any action is better than non because “imperfect action is better than perfect inaction”.

I hope this insight has renewed an appreciation for the simple yet profound impact energy has in our life.   I hope you find an opportunity to explore this topic and bring a shift in your energy experiences and coming into the present moment where is available to you.

May the flow of life embrace you,

Charlotte x

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