Where is your Ener-Chi going?
Updated: Sep 7, 2022
According to Albert Einstein, Alan Watts, Nikola Tesla, and so many other greats who swore to this statement, everything in this world is energy. If everything is energy, then do you ever ask yourself if you are utilizing your "ener-chi" to serve your highest good every day? It's a great question to ask yourself. When I hit a roadblock or have an intensely rough day, I stop myself in my tracks and ask, "where is my energy going?" Is it serving me? It was not until a few years ago that I became obsessively interested in learning about my own energy and how I was utilizing it wisely every day.
Corporate taught me so many lessons that I can probably write a book just on that topic alone. What I want to ask is simple: is corporate draining your energy or filling your cup? Maybe it does both, and perhaps you have attained the ultimate balance. If so, I commend you and ask you to share your secret with the rest of us. I can truthfully say that my time in corporate led to my cup feeling abundant for the most part. I say the most part because I didn't know what I know now, and this new life perspective has changed everything for me. Now I truly understand that life is an exchange of energy every single second of every single day. We constantly interact with our environment, even when we sit alone to read a book. This type of energy exchange is with yourself; what are you telling yourself in these moments? Is that book you're reading giving you a positive, fearful, or heart-warming transfer of energy? What about the people you surround yourself with? Think about what type of energy is exchanged with co-workers, lovers, friends, neighbors, etc. When you leave your house, you interact with cars, people, animals, and nature; all of it is alive and breathing with energy. Do you ever stop to look at how you are interacting with all of it? Is there ever a time when you are thankful for the sun shining so bright or greet a bird with a hello as you walk to your car? Do you listen to the daily chatter you tell yourself? All of that is an energetic interaction.
People might forget that our reality is based upon the way we interact with it. For instance, let's say you're in line at the grocery store and the person behind you is in a hurry, so you suggest that this person go ahead of you. That was a clear exchange of energy that allowed you to give, which generated a friendly engagement overall. As you exit the store parking lot, it requires a car merge, and there is a long line of cars just waiting to catch the light. A friendly person waves you in so you can make the green light and be on your way. Do you think your exchange inside the supermarket had anything to do with you making that green light? Of course, it did. That is a universal law called The Law Of Reciprocity. See where I'm going with this?
The main point I want to drive is whether or not your job is creating a balance of energetic reciprocity for you? These corporations are here to serve a purpose, and I thank them for that. But, as with all people, places, and things, that also serve a purpose, is it serving your highest good? This conversation is meant to create an open dialogue so that people can start to talk about what is no longer benefiting them. We need not judge the journey; it's all a learning experience. I simply want to start peeling back the layers of programming that happened while I was on my journey through corporate. This might resonate with some, or it might not. Part of my journey moving forward is to spark conversations that feel too taboo to talk about. Maybe what sparked this conversation in me is the mass silencing of freedom of speech within these Big Tech corporations. I do believe this triggered something within me, and it most likely hit a tender spot that had already been hit a few times. Part of the healing process is talking about it and letting the words get out, so they don't fester within and create significant health problems.
This conversation is not about bashing any corporations. Instead, it's to spark that curiosity within and ask yourself, "Is this the legacy I want to leave behind?" "Will my children be proud of who I am and what I've done with my time on this earth?" Did I tap into my greatest gift and share it with the world? These are all great questions to ask ourselves before it's too late.
Our planet is going through major shifts, and changes and will continue whether we like it or not. Are you gripping onto something so tightly that it's doing more damage than good? I believe we are being asked to step up and into a new world that challenges all of the old belief systems we thought we knew. This old paradigm where we grind till we can't grind anymore is coming to an end. I've seen too many friends become ill because they did the grind for far too long and literally fell flat on their faces or fell into a casket. These past two years have taught me that where there's a will, there's a way. The work will get done, but will your soul genuinely get to live out its dream?