In my new book Protect your lighting, I define energy conservation as the art of being strongly authentic. It’s about making sure that what we have is ours and what they have is theirs. This is to make sure that the thoughts we think and the emotions we feel are not really the product of the influence or conditioning of us and others.
Simply put, defending our strength is setting strong boundaries for the purpose of living on our own terms.
One of the most important steps we take to protect our energy is to cleanse ourselves of the external, harmful energy attachments that we pick up every day. Our energy field, commonly known as our aura, holds the ability to transmit and receive energy. As we go through life, interacting with people and places both online and offline, we inadvertently pick up on other people’s emotional and emotional impressions. These disrupt our aura and shape the way we think, feel and behave.
There are many exercises you can use to clear your energy. You can work with angels and other spirit instructors, use tools like bells and pendulums, and imagine encircling yourself with clear light bubbles. While these are all fun and powerful ways to go about it, my preferred way to clean energy involves harnessing the processes of nature.