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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Enlightened Relationships?

I always thought that true enlightenment is not possible except through love in a relationship between a man and a woman. Isnt this what makes us whole again? How can one's life be fulfilled until that happens?

Is that true in your experience? Has it happened to you?

Not yet, but how could it be otherwise? I know that it will happen.

In other words, we are waiting for an event in time to save us. Is this not the core error that we have been talking about? Salvation is not elsewhere in place or time. It is here and now.

What does that statement mean, "salvation is here and now"? I dont understand it actually. I do know what salvation means, but a true salvation? Not yet. And same goes to you.


Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Women, "I look fat!" ; Men, "Whatever."

Flat chested women go out and get balloon-size fake tits. Guys go to the gym. Fat girls subject themselves to years and years of endless dieting before finally throwing in the towel and getting liposuction. Fat guys go to the gym. Gals with huge noses gaze at themselves in mirrors and shop windows and any other available reflective public surface until finally getting the honker hacked off and replaced by one of a suitable size. Guys just grow a mustache. The chinstrap beard was invented by a husky guy trying to reduce the size of his neckfat. We hate to go to the doctor. We go to the barber instead. Big ears? Leave a little more on the sides. Women often accuse men of not telling the truth or being emotionally dishonest. Meanwhile, the odds are the woman you have just met is not the woman you will see in the bedroom. Once she removes her padded bra and compressive-waisted panty hose and false eyelashes and fake nails, you might be looking at someone other than who you were attracted to! If guys get fat, we just buy bigger pants.

Women have some insane system of numbers when it comes to sizing clothes - 6, 8, 4, 2 etc. And even then they seem to have no idea what size they really are - size 10s are constantly trying to suck themselves into size 8s and size 4s are always doing insane acrobatics and extreme yoga positions in changing rooms across the country in vain attempts to fit into size 2s!

Guys know our sizes. We have small, medium, large and extra large. Except of course when it comes to our penises. Then we are all size large. Which reminds me - why is it whenever plus-size chicks are in denial about their weight, they always claim that their tits got bigger? Thats the equivalent of a fat guy claiming that all the fat from the burgers he has been scarfing went right into his penis - which would really be a lie because for any guy the first sign you weigh too much is almost always the same: you wake up one morning and cannot see your penis.

By the way, someone, usually a chick has to tell a guy he's fat/ ugly/ smelly. Even though his guy friends may have nicknamed him Slim/ Handsome/ B.O., he still thinks he is attractive to some chick some where. Guys dont look at any aspect of themselves as a detriment. No arms? Play soccer. No legs? Wheelchair basketball. No sane chick will have sex with me? They got available hookers on Craig's List. Click on a couple buttons and they come right over. Is this what Al Gore had in mind when he invented the Internet?

Ciao, Ricky.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Waiter's Waiting

Are you a habitual 'waiter'? How much of your life do you spend waiting? What I call 'small-scale waiting' is waiting in line at the post office, in a traffic jam, at the airport, or waiting for someone to arrive, to finish work and so on. 'Large-scale waiting' is waiting for the next vacation, for a better job, for the children to grow up, for a truly meaningful relationship, for success, to make money, to be important, to become enlightened. It is not uncommon for people to spend their whole life waiting to start living.

Waiting is a state of mind. Basically, it means that you want the future; you dont want the present. You dont want what you have got, and want what you havent got. With every kind of waiting, you unconsciously create inner conflict between your here and now, where you dont want to be, and the projected future, where you want to be. This greatly reduces the quality of your life by making you lose the present.

So give up waiting as a state of mind. When you catch yourself slipping into waiting... snap out of it. Come into the present moment. Just be, and enjoy being. If you are present, there is never any need for you to wait for anything. So next time somebody says, "Sorry to have kept you waiting," you can reply, "Thats all right, I wasnt waiting. I was just standing here enjoying myself - in joy in myself."

Peace out.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Racing Suit? Bikini?

Danica Patrick - the much-heralded and publicized and cursed-about-men female race car driver finally won her first race. Legions of women all over the earth were quoted in happy, feminist quotes about female power and female challenges and equal rights and equal abilities. Danica cried as she accepted her trophy and was photographed in all of her glory and joy. But the pictures that was most often seen the next day was Danica in a bikini. From her pages in Sport Illustrated's Annual Swimsuit Issue. In which she looked very very hot!

Now - we can all agree or disagree about that picture and its placement and why she took it and are women objectified and blah blah sexist blah - but the truth is if you ask most men if they are attracted to a woman who can drive faster than them you will get either a no or a big fat maybe. But if you ask most men if they mind a woman who looks like Danica does in a bathing suit beating their brains out on the track? The answer is - not at all! Especially if she's wearing the bikini while she drives. Hell - Ill sign up right now and ride shotgun. As a matter of fact - I wish there were a whole race of female race car drivers who drive like cheetahs on crack and looked fine in a swimsuit issue; I think the ratings would go through the roof! But that will never happen.


Saturday, February 20, 2010

Male VS Female

Its absolutely commonsense fact: girls like to dance and boys like to hit. Thats why girls become cheerleaders and boys become football players. Girls play mommy and boys pretend to kill each other. Girls like pretty clothes and boys like fire trucks.

For women, their list of hot men includes a dad who waits at the corner bus stop with his toddler son and places him on the bus with a kiss atop the head and waves goodbye as the bus drives away. This man could be thirty pounds overweight and wearing a goofy hat. Women will still find him sexy. For men - a mom doing the same thing - placing her toddler on the bus with a loving kiss and wave - would be just as hot and sexy. As long as she was built like Giselle Bundchen and wearing a leopard-print thong. I know its awful and incredibly simple but its true.

A recent online poll by Woman's Day magazine came up with these results:

When asked which they would rather have - Jennifer Aniston's body or a million dollars - 78% of the women chose the money.

If you had asked men - 78% would have chosen Jennifer Aniston's body - as long as they could press it right up against their own.

As a matter of fact - if they had asked men - they would have found that most men with million dollars would gladly give it up for the chance to touch Jennifer Aniston's body. Or just to see her naked.

Maybe thats the difference between men and women. One of them, anyway. Here is another:

94% of the people in America who visit, pay and place heavy stock in psychics and what they have to say are women. The other 6%? Gay men.

Women go to psychics to find out what the future might hold for them in terms of true love, their children, former lives they may have lived, where their dead father/boyfriend/best friend might be. Straight men? They are very cut and dried, very black and white. If psychics are capable of seeing into the future - why the fuck cant they give us the score of Super Bowl? *sigh*


Friday, February 19, 2010

The Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese

Most of the people on this planet have massive problems finding enough food to eat, yet we not only throw away more food in the course of a single day than they might see in their entire life spans - we also have obese pets. And books about obese pets. And sidebar segments on national news programs about how to put your obese pets on a weight-loss/workout regimen. Meanwhile - most of these pets that are eating too much dog and cat food actually are food in other parts of the world - so while we are desprerately trying to slim them down; there are families of eight in Africa who are dreaming of roasting them on rusty spit over an open flame.

Not to mention The Food Channel!

Peace out.

Thursday, February 18, 2010


Beliefs are collections of thoughts or ideas which we hold to be true. All beliefes are learned, mostly in childhood. Most of our beliefs come from our elders. Nothing we believe (as apposed to know) is ever certain.

Beliefs are transitory in nature. Millions have died for beliefs that most of us no longer accept, for example:

People were once tortured and killed for challenging the conventional belief that the world was flat.

The Romans believed it was perfectly acceptable to watch their fellow humans being torn apart by wild animals as a form of entertainment.

In South and Central America, it was once believed that gods looked favourably on sacrifices which could include tearing out the hearts of live human beings.

In Europe in the Middle Ages, it was considered God's will to burn and drown women who showed signs of heightened intuition.

In the so-called 'Age of Reason' (the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries), white Europeans thought it right and proper to buy and sell their African brothers and transport them as cargo thousands of miles into slavery.

Only two generation ago in God-fearing American and South Africa, people were deprived of their human right simply because they had darker skin. The churches justified this intellectually, and anyone who protested could be imprisoned.

Having adopted a belief, we take it for granted. We make the 'facts' fit the belief and ignore any evidence that doesnt support it. Thats why unquestioned beliefs are shaky foundations for living, prompting the philosopher Bertrand Russell to write, 'I would never die for my beliefs because I might be wrong.'

Peace out.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

MTV's Sweet Sixteen

If you havent seen or heard of this particular program you either spend for too much time sitting alone reading or suffer from a severe case of autism. If the first case applies - wake the fuck up. If your condition includes the second case - congratulations. You've been spared.

Not only does this program make a fine, upstanding and fairly normal red-blooded American like Dr. Denis Leary want to gather up every teenager girl with raging hormones and absolutely no sense of real-life limits, stick them in a pair of standard-issue fatigues and drop them chuteless into the middle of the Iraqi desert, but what's a day at a warm and breezy beach compared to what would lie in store for their parents.

Ya plant carrots ya get carrots.

In between bouts of whining and texting and whining while texting and soporific party-planning and stomping their Jimmy Choo - clad feet because their dads didnt book 50 Cent for their party these denizens of designer clothes and high-end vodka, these future mental vacuums harangue their moms about seven-thousand-dollar place settings and gold-engraved invitations.

No jobs. No discernible talent. Not even one good blow job available from the entire batch.

They are living breathing Bermuda triangles.

Loaded with cash but not one iota of interest in anything other than the mundane.

Problem is - the terrorists get basic cable too.


Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Looking After Number One?

We live in a society where looking after number one is not only fashionable but encouraged.

There's a story of two hikers who came across a bear. One immediately shed his backpack, removed his boots and put on his trainers.

'What are you doing? Do you really think you can outrun a bear?' His friend asked.

'I dont need to,' replied the first; 'I only need to outrun you.'

We are here to grow as individuals and, just as importantly, support each other. Since we are all one, looking after ourselves with no consideration for others makes no sense. Since our words and actions return to us like a boomerang, selfishness actually harms the person we are trying to help - ourselves.

Peace out.

Monday, February 15, 2010

A Healthy Attitude Towards Money

Its Chinese New Year, red packets are given and received among families, relatives, neighbours and friends. It doesnt matter how much money a red packet contents, but how many you could get. Since it symbolises bless and good fortune; the more you get, the more prosperous you are.

Money has energy. It is a symbol of what natural resources and human ingenuity can produce to satisfy our wants and needs. Money is a means to an end, a lubricant which smoothes the flow of goods and services. There's plenty of it in the world, and its available to everyone who is can use their imagination and think and act for themselves. Money is a good servant but a very poor master. Cultivate a healthy attitude towards it, attract it into your life and put it to good use. If you received red packet with one million bucks in it, how would you spend it? If you dont know, then why would you want it? There's no point in having it unless it is used well.

Money in itself is useless; it has no value unless put to good use. Hoarding it cuts off the flow, so keep it circulating. Turn it into people helping others and doing and making things so they too can be prosperous and happy. Prosperity comes through you, not from you. Only the barries in your own consciousness can prevent it flowing as it should. Therefore, make good use of your red packet money you get; let it flow. When it flows, everything is as it should be and works out for the best.


Sunday, February 14, 2010

CNY Gathering with an Unbelievable Ending

First day of Chinese New Year, aound 9:00 PM, a 'little' gathering was held by a group of secondary school friends at Station 1 Cafe, a home-feeling cafe with variety coffees, related beverages and live singing performance as well. We had ourselves settled around 4 combined tables - it'd be 5 or 6 if some of them could make it. We ordered and I had a glass of greenish-looking Apple Lemonade and Gong Pou Kai Ting Chop Rice. The rice come with a cut-into-pieces chicken chop with black pepper sauce, a so-called title 'Kai Ting Chop' - 'Ting' means pieces I suppose. The food was nice by the way.

We had our chit-chat session, but those women owned it - from head to toes; from women to men; from Britney to Obama. The infinite power of 'gossip women'. *lol* Those bored-looking drivers (refers to the guys obviously) had themselves a deck of poker card to kill time. 11:45 PM, we're done and heading to the next station - Irene's house.

Once there, had ourselves a place to sit around a round table and started to gamble of course! However, home-gambling with money involved is illegal. Somemore those cops are hyper active during Chinese New Year searching for free 'ang pao' - red packets. Therefore, real money was temporary replaced by tokens - small chocolate packs! Blackjack 21 - the game which majority voted for. Person with highest chocolate packs was automatically selected to be dealer. How cruel was that... *sigh* I was, once became dealer. But I could scarcely hold on with my limited tokens. My hand was unlucky, hit soft 17 (less favorable hand for dealer) most of the time which its hard to deal with either to hit or stand in order to win.

Among us, whoever chosen to be dealer was most likely to lose except 1 person. With her slowpoked attitude, I thought I'd be able to balance my previous lost. But, sun suddenly rised from the west! Everything was out of expectation! 5 cards total with 21, she got! How rediculous was that! Not 1 time but severals. I mean the possibilities for a dealer to get such combination are ultra low. *sigh* We're eliminated 1 by 1 by losing all our chocolate packs. I was the fourth one kicked out from the game. *lol* At the end of the day, she won all - all our chocolate packs! I lost 5 bucks. Really, unbelievable.


Saturday, February 13, 2010

Body Autobiography

The cells of the body are constantly renewed, and this process is directed by the mind. A healhty mind produces healthy new cells and an unhealthy mind, unhealthy cells. A lively, responsive mind draws spiritual energy into every cell in the body, and vice versa.

You will have noticed that some elderly people look vibrant and happy despite the lines on their faces, while others lack energy and look miserable. It is not theirs years or their experieces that make them this way, but their thinking. In time, our attitudes begin to show in our bodies and our features. This is why it is said that our faces and bodies are our autobiographies. 'Perhaps,' wrote endocrinogist and authority on Ayurvedic Medicine Dr Deepak Chopra, 'our bodies are just the place our memories call home.'

Peace out.

Friday, February 12, 2010


Is it wrong to love yourself? Some people think so. They think of people who love themselves as being rather unplesant because they associate loving oneself with selfishness and conceit. But loving oneself is not the same as being in love with oneself. This is usually a form of bravado indulged in by individuals who think too little of themselves and desperately try to hide it.

To love yourself, you dont have to do everything perfectly. You dont have to prove anything. You dont even have to do your best, and its OK to make mistakes.

Self-love benefits others too, for only when you have love for yourself can you share it with others and inspire them to love themselves too. Hating oneself is no way to spread love and help others to feel better about themselves.

Valentine's Day is around the corner. Everyone wants to share love, but at the end of the day, you don't start to give it until you own it. Before projecting your love to your love ones, rise your inner love energy by - loving yourself.

Love, Ricky.

Thursday, February 11, 2010


We communicate with our inner psyche in our sleep, through dreams, when the waking mind shuts down. It is a good idea to keep a 'dream diary' since dreams reveal our deepest thoughts and offer intuitive guidance.

Similary with daydreaming. Next time you catch yourself daydreaming, dont feel guilty - enjoy it. Daydreaming is good for you. The brain has a kind of 'screensaver' that automatically kicks in when the mind is idling. If our activities and surroundings are not sufficiently stimulating to maintain our interest, we get lost in our imagination. Daydreaming can sometimes result in useful ideas and is a perfectly healthy response to boring or routine activities.

Dreams unify the body, mind and spirit and provide you with insights about yourself and is a means for self exploration. When you understand your dreams you will have the ability to further understand and discover the true you.


Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Body Intuition

Intuition - the sixth sense - is not a special ability restricted to a few. Every cell in our body has energy and intelligence. We constantly use our energy field to subconsciously scan other people's energy and the environment for danger. We may be alerted by a physical feeling, such as a tightening of the neck and shoulder muscles or queasiness in the stomach. When this happens, our body's intelligence is trying to keep us safe.

Humans are not only creatures to have sixth sense. Animals have it too, although we tend to call this 'instinct'. For instance, we cannot explain the incredible navigational abilities of racing pigeons, migrating birds, fish and insects, or how pets appear to know when their owners are on their way home.

Make better use of this facility by taking your attention to the area around your solar plexus (this is where most of us feel it), and asking a question such as, 'Is this right for me?' An uncomfortable feeling or general sense of unease could be your intuition urging you to back off, slow down or delay making a decision.

If you doubt the wisdom in the cells of your body, try this: clasp your hands together and ask a question - is this true or false? - and try to pull them apart. The harder it is to pull them apart, the more likely it is to be true. Give yourself these suggestions and see what happens:

- It is good for my body to eat lots of rich, sugary, fatty foods.
- It is good for my body to eat lots of fresh fruit, salads and vegetables.


Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The Warlord and The Monk

A powerful warlord was overseeing the sacking of a monastery when he discovered a monk meditating peacefully amid the mayhem.

'Do you know who I am?' thundered the warlord.

The monk remained silent.

'I am the man who can kill you with this sword without batting an eyelid,' he bellowed.

The monk queitly replied, 'I am one who can be killed by that sword with out batting an eyelid.'

The warlord, realising his defeat, smiled, bowed and left.

To see a world in a grain of sand
And a heaven in a wild flower.
Hold infinity on the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour.

William Blake

Peace & Love.

Monday, February 8, 2010

The Reality of Physical World

Before Einstein, the world was thought to be a collection of atoms behaving according to fixed and observable 'law', and space was exactly that - empty space. This explaination seemed to fit the data in Newton's day, but it changed with the edvent of quantum physics. We now know that matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. Break an atom down to its ultimate components, and we find microscopic particles spinning at great speed around a central core. What appears solid is actually more than 99.99% empty space; billions of tiny particles flying in formation, held together by an invisible forcefield. Everything in the universe is made up of energy. Even space is not really empty: it is a 'presence', an inexhautible 'potential' that manifests in places as matter.

Moreover, when particles are studied in detail, they dont actually exist! Rather, they are tendencies to exist. They appear and disappear millions of times a second and move at inestimable speeds. We cant even assume they exist when they are not being observed. Everthing , including you, come out of an invisible energy field which, when investigated, is shown to have nothing in it!

If nothing exists, then how is it that things appear solid? its because our consciousness tells us so. It is playing a trick on us. Nothing is solid, except in our imagination.

For example, take a pile of bricks. you cant see through it. It feels solid. You believe it is solid. If you were to try and break it with your hands, you would injured yourself. You belief would be proved valid through painful experience. On the other hand, a martial arts expert looks at a pile of bricks differently. He does not percieve it to be solid. He focuses his mind, directs his energy and smashes it with his bare hand without the slightest pain. His belief is also proved to be correct.

Who is right? Both. If your consciousness tells you that something is so, it is. For you.


Sunday, February 7, 2010

Mediumship and Clairvoyance

Mediums claim to communicate with the dead. Some of the messages they convey, apperantly from people who have passed on, are astonishing. But do these messages really come from the dead or is it trickery? Do they get the client to reveal things about themselves through finely turned observation and clever questioning then feed it back, as some would argue?

I believe its neither of these. Our minds reach out and affect each other at an energy level over time and distance. Somehow psychics are able to tune in to these mental energy fields. The totality of mental energy is not confined to the minds of people currently in a body, nor is it restricted by our notion of time, because in the quantum field, time can flow both forwards and backwards.

Mediums try to interpret the ideas and impressions they recieve in terms we can understand. We tend to project our limited understanding onto things and give them shape according to our beliefs and perceptual framework. Its much easier to visualise a person who has passed on as if they were still in their human form than to visualise a tiny fragment of energy field.

To hear the dead you have to listen very carefully. It comes as only a whisper in the air, but they're shouting as loud as they can.

Jonathan Cainer.


Saturday, February 6, 2010

There's Plenty For All

Economists estimate that if we totalled the monetary value of all the wealth in the world - including publicly owned assets like roads, health facilities, buildings and open spaces, etc. It would amount to at least 10 million pounds for every man, woman and child alive today. If there is all this wealth in the world, then why are some people poor?

Obviously its unequally distributed, but if we all rasied our vibrations and functioned from a higher level of consciousness, prosperity would be shared. Selfishness and greed are largely a response to fear; remove the fear and self-centredness disappears.

It has been suggested that if all the wealth in the world were gathered up and distributed equally, without a change in consciouness it would soon be back in the same hands. Frankly, poverty will only be eradicated when everyone learns to think and behave like a prosperous person.

Peace out.

Friday, February 5, 2010

What More Could I Have Done?

The river had burst its banks and flooded the town. The family had little choice but to move upstairs. That morning, they heard a voice. They looked out of the bedroom window. A man in a rowing boat was beckoning: 'Come, quickly, climb in.'

'Thank you,' said the parents, 'but thats alright. God will save us.'

The boat moved on. The flood water continued to rise and had almost reached the window when a motor launch appeared. 'Climb in,' called the pilot, 'Ill take you to safety.'

'Thats OK.' said the parents, 'but we trust in God. He will save us.' The launch left, and the water continued to rise. The family was climbed onto the roof.

A helicopter appeared. A voice called, 'We're letting down a harness, attach it to yourselves and we will haul you up.'

'No thanks,' said the parents, 'If its God's will, He will save us.' The helicopter flew off; the family drowned.

When they arrived at the gates of heaven, they were greeted by God. 'We believed in you; why didnt you save us?' they asked.

'I sent a rowing boat, a motor launch and a helicopter,' replied God. 'What else more could I have done?'


Thursday, February 4, 2010

We Are Interconnected

Even in practical terms, our lives are so interconnected that the idea of a totally autonomous self makes no sense. If you doubt this, consider how many people it takes for you to have shower. (No, this not a joke along the lines of, 'How many economists does it take to turn on a light bulb?')

The answer is, in all probability, millions. When you add together all those who built the reservior, laid the pipes, designed and built your water heater, mined and smelted the metals that made the components, generated the electricity or supplied the gas, wood, or coal, designed and built the shower and the tub, laid the drains, and planned, built and operate the water treatment facility, you have already counted several hundred thousand. And thats before you include those who manage the rivers and canals, built the dams and weirs, and the legion of managers, planners and administrators who supervise the process. And what about who grew the rubber trees and produced the rubber for the washers...

You see, even taking a shower can involve several million people! And thats not counting the animals, insects, micro-organisms, fish and birds affected...

Man did not weave the web of life - he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.

Chief Seattle, 1854


Wednesday, February 3, 2010


The term 'ego' is used in many ways. In psychoanalytic theory it is the part of the mind that controls the pleasure-seeking 'Id' and is restained by the conscience (the 'Superego'). We also hear people described as having 'a big ego', meaning they think too much of themselves. However, in the spiritual context, ego means the image of ourselves we like to present to the world - our idea of who we should be and who we should like others to think we are.

The ego is often well-defended. One of its functions is to conceal the supposely 'real' self with all its weakness and vulnerabilities. We attempt to compensate by trying to impress others and get angry or upset when we think someone has seen through the pretence.

The ego is a product of past programming and greatly susceptible to fear and self-doubt. It is a tiny part who we are, but it behaves as if it is the only part, like a wave thinking it is the ocean. Even thinking of ourselves as spiritual can be an ego trap if we think this makes us better than anyone else.


Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Relationships Are Like A Mirror

Relationships are like a mirror reflecting back the way we are. Through our interactions with others, we learn about ourselves. We cannot grow without taking in others. The feedback is immediate and sometimes harsh, but if we are open, illuminating. When we are gripped by the ego, we lose touch with our spiritual essence and react fearfully to others. If we're wise to these tendencies, we can reflect on our experiences and change.

We do not see things as they are -  we see them as we are. We project our attitudes, beliefs, perceptions, and misperceptions onto others. For example, people who are critical of others are usually privately critical of themselves; loud and boastful people are often trying to hide their anxieties; and people afraid that others will get one over on them are often looking to get one over on others. Similarly, if you think most people are selfish, its probably because you have selfish tendencies; if you believe others are unrealiable, they will canstantly let you down; and if you're the jealous sort, your jealousies are likely to be driven by your own insecurities.

When we learn to see relationships as a mirror, we clear the way to profound personal growth. No more blaming else for our unhappiness or handing over responsibility for our behaviour. The buck stops where it belongs.

A loving person lives in a loving world. A hostile person lives in a hostile world. Everyone you meet is your mirror.

Ken Keyes Junior

Peace out.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Flow of Energy

We constantly give and recieve energy from each other. If we dont, we stagnate and die. Anything that blocks the flow of life-giving energy between us harms everyone concerned.

We give and recieve energy in many ways, such as:

Subconsciously - through our auras. Just being in the presence of an inspiring individual can energise.

Our thoughts have energy which carries to others.

Visually - even a glance has energy.

Auditorally - contrast the effect of a cruel remark with an admiring comment.

Kinesthetically - a gentle touch can work wonders.

When we are with others, we continually pick up their energy, as they do ours. We also have the capacity to sense others' energy feilds at a distance. Have you ever had a feeling that all is not well with someone you know who is far away? If so, you were probably picking up their energy field.