We’re in month six of my one-year roadmap for learning energy.
The roadmap is the syllabus for my year-long course. It’s also a self-study guide to walk you through learning to observe and use energy.
This month we’ll cover:
- Using a sensory connection to read energy inside the body.
- Recognizing the energy of different tissue inside the body.
- Recognizing the energy of a brain when stressed vs relaxed.
- Matching energy: Building energy in a specific energy signature.
- Practicum: Working with the energy of stress in the brain. (Part of working with sleep and insomnia.)
- Business: Elevator pitch
Each month, as I prepare to teach the class, I’ll assemble posts on those topics.
Most months, I’m teaching topics I’ve taught before and written about before. Most months, I have 5-10 posts to share.
But this month is a new technique. A step in learning energy that I did so long ago, I forgot it was its own step. And I’ve barely written about it.
Here’s the essence: When a person feels energy as tingling or heat, that’s just noticing the energy is there. Like hearing, but not words or notes, just noticing there is sound. Or seeing, but not color, just brightness.
As students learn to quiet their energy and listen more closely, they begin to make out the texture of the energy. They might experience this as noticing a roughness or sharpness to the tactile sensation, or noticing a color. If energy is like a symphony, they begin making out an overall feel of the music. With more practice, they can learn to discern individual instruments, even individual notes, in the symphony.
Last month, we practiced feeling the texture of energy that was sent to us by a partner. So noticing the details of energy in one’s own body. (Posts coming soon.)
This month, we’re adding in sensory connections. Learning to feel the texture of energy in someone else’s body, using a sensory connection.
I never consciously learned these skills. I started feeling energy as a kid, and by the time I was exploring sensory connections (somewhere in my late teens, I think), feeling energy’s texture was automatic and unconscious.
This is one of the wonderful things about teaching: Getting to rediscover steps like these. And I so appreciate my class and how willing they are to adjust plans to add these forgotten steps.
I do have two resources for you:
Post on reading energy in the body. This applies to both this month (using one sensory connection) and next month (using a network of sensory connections):
Old post on reading the energy of a person’s brain under different emotions. This is a precursor to the Energy Dojo games we play today.
Elevator pitch formula from George Kao: https://www.georgekao.com/blog/elevatorformula