Someone enters an Internet chat room and the “energy” appears to shift in the room. One person or several will suddenly type “negative energy” and bail out of the room, put the new person on ignore or will make so many negative comments the person will leave. Once gone, the room often remains abuzz with comments regarding the negative energy of the departed soul.
These dissimilar energies appear to invoke fear in chat room members. These extreme fears are played out in chat rooms as justifications for their unkind comments and action flood the chat room screens. Peoplerefuse to deal with this fear, avoid people they feel “dark or negative.” What they fail to realize is part of the spiritual walk involves the balancing of “light and dark,” to evolve into a spiritual being with the recognition of the purity of essential energy.
We all speak of light and dark energies, but in reality energy is colorless, until we place a positive or negative signature to this flow. We also judge this light to be “good” and the dark to be “evil.” What we project in energy is the culmination of choices, experiences and beliefs in life. When we have chosen to experience harsh lessons in life, the energy may appear dark, and remind people of similar choices which they want to forget, or remain unaccountable for the outcomes.
As everything experienced affects our vibration, these chaotic vibrations are amplified by the computer energy of chat rooms because of computer energy. This encounter leaves us feeling out of balance, headachy or depressed. The misbalance causes a multitude of reactions. How do we maintain balance no with everyone we encounter online or in life? What must we learn to avoid the energy doldrums?
We begin with the basic understanding that the energy is simply energy, but people will project their signatures on this energy. Their energies teem with imbalances, chaos, instability and assorted emotions. Having this basic understanding, we can take measures to minimize the impact of this energy.
The first measure is to discontinue all anxiety about this “dark” energy. Fear empowers the energy, and this phobia adversely affects spiritual growth. This energy can only affect you at the depth you allow the energy affect you. If you believe this energy can harm or bring you to a place you don’t want to go, ask yourself what is it you fear?
The second measure is to understand the impact of this person. Yes, people can make you feel “drained” or bring you down. The key here is to remember how you felt before this person came into personal space. In the recognition of your mood or sense of being, you can easily return to that state because you can automatically toss away the effects.
Another measure that helps people rebalance is leave chat, go outside; stand shoeless on dirt or sand, hug a tree, or any connection with Mother Earth. Visualize this energy flowing into the natural object. All effects immediately disappear and balance is again restored. The energy flowed into the ground will be neutralized with no ill effect on the natural object.
A final preventive measure for Internet chat rooms is minimizing the energy flow between chat room members and you. Minimize your contact on the keys and space bar of your computer by not resting your hands or fingers. People forget that a computer is a direct energy link to anyone in the chat room. When you minimize contact with the keyboard, the effect of other people’s energies is minimized.
In Internet chat and life, we will continue to encounter chaotic energies. Our challenge is to move beyond them, and maintain our spiritual balance. We must abandon our ideas of light and dark and recognize energy in its purest form. We must abandon fear to progress spiritually. As Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “We have nothing to fear, but fear itself.”