I took a class with Watsu founder and genius, Harold Dull, about 10 years ago. He turned me on to an organization called the Heart Math foundation which scientifically studies the resonance of our heart energy and how it is intricately connected to everything in the world around us. The hearts field is even bigger than the field of thought from our minds!!! Wow, far out right?
As I has been doing energy work for years already, I was immediately blown away. Wow, actual evidence about energy that I could use when talking with clients! Nice...
Anyhow, I really went back to high school, physics and Einstein, and found his equation E=mc², and this is how I started to define energy...
The equation tells us that everything animate and inanimate is made from pulsating, creative energy. This pulsating, creative energy is the fundamental building block of life! It is the very Life Force (Mana, Chi, Prana) that animates us and moves through us.
It is our way of experiencing the world through our physical bodies, and outside of our bodies, in everyday interactions. We all inherently understand this.
Energy is expressed through all things in all densities; electromagnetic waves, ion particles, light, and sound, become the living world all around us. All of it is vibrating at different frequencies to manifest into the material world we see, interact with, and soak in through our senses everyday!
So it IS as much a part of our lives today as it was for ancient cultures. We are just so busy that we don’t really ever think about it.
Pretty cool of Einstein to figure this out mathematically and tell the world this secret. Mahalo sir.
Here's a link to the heartmath institute and an interesting article of you'd like to know a bit more.
Lisa Kai is a licensed bodywork therapist in Chicago Illinois. She specializes in transformational bodywork including Lomi Lomi and Craniosacral. This blog contains her insights on bodywork and everyday tips for practicing Aloha for the body, mind, and spirit. Lisa also practices Aloha, is a nature loving tiki freak, digs jazz, double dips her veggies, is an artist, and embraces change.