How to Strengthen the Human Energy Field

The general rule here is to surround yourself with at least 80% of those things that support life into our daily life and reduce or avoid those things that cause stress or harm the human energy field.

To help give you a better understanding of this, I have created a list below that outlines those things that tend to weaken the energy field and those things that support or uplift it.

Harms Life Energy

General Attitudes

I win, you lose.

I want… I deserve….

I am better than…

Us vs. Them

They did this to me.

Why me? Poor me.

I give up. I can’t be bothered.

I could never do that.

Whining, complaining.

Impatient, intolerant, fearful, greedy

 

Relationships

Demanding, manipulative, exploitative, disempowering, controlling, violent, abusive, dishonest

 

Music

Rap, heavy metal, death metal, R&B, most pop music, most club dance music, some electronic

 

Films

Horror, most action, revenge plots, anything that glorifies crime

 

TV Shows

Sitcoms, reality TV, commercial TV, news

 

Sports

Boxing, fighting, animal fighting, hunting

 

Foods

Packaged and processed foods, sugars, alcohol

 

Self Care / Hygiene

Chemical deodorants and perfumes, chemical toothpaste, chemical shampoos, hair spray, home and car deodorizers,

 

Other

Addictions – gambling, drugs, alcohol, sex, power, drama, talking, food, shopping, video games

 

Supports Life Energy

General Attitudes

Let’s work together.

How can I help?

We are all different and there is no better than…

Somehow, I created this situation and I will take steps to change it.

There must be a better solution.

Let’s try again.

Appreciation, gratitude

Calm, patient

 

Relationships

Supportive, honest, caring, good communication, generous, loving, giving, thoughtful, considerate, appreciative, inspiring

 

Music

Acoustic, classical, folk, ambient, most easy listening, jazz, world music, happy go lucky

 

Films

Most drama, nature, some documentaries, musical, comedy, some fantasy, some kids

 

TV Shows

Inspiring, some comedy, educational, some sports, cooking without competition

 

Sports

Soccer, golf, most martial arts, gym, walking, running, Olympics

 

Foods

Home cooked meals, fruits, vegetables, water, tea

 

Self Care / Hygiene

Natural soaps, essential oils, organic and natural shampoos, generally least amount of chemicals in products, tea tree, eucalyptus

 

Other

Able to change and adapt without losing the balance of their mind. Lets go of trying to control others and life

 

I have seen many people (mainly health fanatics and natural therapists) go into a type of hysteria regarding this as they create so much anxiety and stress around trying to constantly avoid certain environments, foods, or things that may be harmful. The truth is that sometimes these things are unavoidable because we cannot control our environment 100% of the time, so sometimes we will be faced with it. So when we are, don’t lose the balance of your mind by creating stress and anxiety around it. Just accept it for now, keep calm, and when it changes, just move on with a smile. If you lose the balance of the mind and become very anxious about this, often, this causes more stress on your system than the actual environment itself.

Another exception to the general rule is that when any being reaches a highly evolved state of consciousness, they tend to transcend all the negative (and positive) effects of the external environment they are in because it appears that the external world has lost any power over them. Therefore, for these highly evolved beings, eating a McDonald’s Big Mac burger while listening to heavy metal music will probably have no ill effect on them.

The most powerful suggestion from the list that helps build up peoples’ life force is to take up some kind of regular martial arts or yoga practice. The martial arts most recommended are Kung Fu, Karate, Aikido or any martial art that acknowledges the human spirit and the existence of “Qi” or “Ki”. This kind of training will strengthen and ground the body, improve physical and psychological balance, and increase our sensitivity to our life force wisdom. For yoga, I would generally steer away from schools like Bikram and suggest studying less commercialised schools and styles such as Jivamukti, Yin yoga, Sivananda, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Oki-Do, Yoga in Daily life, Hatha, and Kundalini.

 

Any questions, let me know! 🙂