Why Didn’t We Learn Energy This Way In Science?


Have you ever been around someone who makes you feel wonderful? Is there a particular blog that you are drawn to because of the way the words make you feel? 

The energy you give off, the energy you send out will ultimately attract others or veer them away.

I feel energy so passionately that sometimes it’s difficult for me to be around certain people. I can actually start to feel happy, aggravated, anxious just by walking into a room. I remember when I first started putting two and two together. There were very specific people who could draw out something in me that was uncharacteristic of who I was. Bad energy, rage, anger, negativity would grab hold of me and it took some time to learn how to get away. I would completely change around a select few and I couldn’t understand what was happening to me.

I look at energy different now. It doesn’t determine if I will like or dislike someone, but it does help me understand someone in a different and deeper way. When I get a glimpse into someone’s heart, when I feel their pain or rage or sadness, it breaks my own heart. We carry so much. How is it that nobody knows? Sometimes it drains me to the point that I have to stay away from people altogether until I can find a way to shake it off and recharge.

What kind of energy do you give off? Do you even know? Still a skeptic? This is what Wikipedia has to say about it.

In the physical sciences, an energy transfer or ‘energy exchange’ from one system to another is said to occur when an amount of energy crosses the boundary between them, thus increasing the energy content of one system while decreasing the energy content of the other system by the same amount.

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16 thoughts on “Why Didn’t We Learn Energy This Way In Science?

  1. Just Plain Ol' Vic

    I’d guess that I am like a rechargeable battery. The energy I give off is slow and steady, very reliable and consistent. However every battery has a finite amount of energy it can give away before you have to take care of it, making sure it has an opportunity to be recharged.

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  2. I recall one day, a while ago, where I was so upset inside that two different dogs who were normally friendly both growled and steered away from me. Energy affects all of us, and I think animals are especially in tune to it,

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  3. I’ve always been interested in Brains. I mean we have our own electrical system and our brains have signals or brain waves. I’ve always felt that sometimes, we could transmit thoughts eg think when you mention something on your mind and someone also mentions that. In an alternate reality, I’d be a brain researcher.

    Anyway, my point from all these is that I can understand your energy transfer logic. Thanks for allowing me to rant about my brain thoughts

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  4. the-reluctant-parent

    That’s an interesting thought and I know, for myself, I can tune into people’s moods and my ex-girlfriend used to think it was weird that when she was in a bad mood, that would rub off on me a little.

    But then, she fell for the line that I told her once that when you put more data on a hard drive, it gets heavier. Her response was “really”? and at the time, she worked in the technology department of her school.

    How are you doing?

    I had a nice walk with the little girl to school this morning because the wife had to work. It’s a chilly morning outside, just the kind I like. I’m having my first cup of coffee and am going to catch up on more of your blog. Have a great day.

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    • I am doing fine. Woke up with a headache so went back to bed for a little while. Now I’m feeling much better. Thank you for asking. Nice to hear you walked the little one to school. What a great day to start the morning, out in nature feeling the air all around you.
      I get the whole rubbing off think all
      Too well. It’s crazy but it’s true. Have a great day! I may go grab myself a coffee as well πŸ™‚


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