Emotional Energy

Emotional Energy

Everything has a unique energy pattern & emotions aren’t any different.

Everything has a unique energy pattern.  Energy is a force that takes many forms & can be manifested in many ways.   Anything that has energy vibrations can create matter.  Emotions aren’t any different.  What we think of as emotion is the experience of energy moving through the body. This is generally felt as sensations.



Based on neural circuitry studies,

  • The emotional brain responds faster to incoming information or stimuli than the analytical brain does.1
  • The emotional brain has more neural circuits connecting to the analytical brain than the analytical brain has connecting to the emotional brain.2
  • The emotional brain is connected to every area of the brain, whereas the analytical brain is not.3
  • On the basis of survival, the experience of stress & feelings of worry, fear, or anger take priority over feelings of happiness and peace of mind.4

The emotional brain has the executive power in the brain. It influences all decision making, thought processes, memories, and present experiences.  A thought being an independent force of all its own, forms a field of energy.  Our feelings & thoughts are energy that converts into matter as displayed by physiological responses.  The brain records sensory & emotional information into memory first; thoughts and perceptions, second. Our lives are controlled by our feelings, which, in turn, create our thoughts.

Every action, every thought is governed by a universal law. There is no such thing as luck or fate.  Everything that happens in our life happens by law and not by chance.

  • The law of cause and effect is the basic law of the universe. For every effect in our lives there is a specific cause. If a person does not like the effect, then it is up to them to identify the cause. This is not always easy to do.
  • The law of control simply says that people feel good about themselves to the exact degree to which they feel they are in control of their life.
  • A majority of the people live by the law of accident, that is by failing to plan they are planning to fail. Many people have few goals beyond the short term; they make few if any plans; trusting in ‘luck’ or blaming ‘fate’ or the people in their life. Therefore, they don’t feel they are in control of their destiny.

If a person wants their life to be different in the future it is necessary to change their feelings which changes their thinking in the present.  What an individual says out loud & silently leads to thoughts inside his/her head which influences the responses from the subconscious part of the brain that deals only with feelings, not reason or logic.

1 Schwartz, J., & Begley, S. (2002). The mind and the brain: Neuroplasticity and the power of mental force. New York: Regan Books.

2  Goleman, D. (1995). Emotional intelligence. New York: Bantam Books.

3 LeDoux, J. (1992). Emotion and the limbic system concept. Concepts in Neuroscience, 2.

4 Goleman, 1995.

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