Saturday, July 14, 2012


Eco-Sensuals are really eco-sensitives. We are aware that we are powerful energy magnets and conduits constantly absorbing and taking in the vibrations in our immediate environments. Processing, sifting through, scanning and unfortunately taking in too much external energies. We are keenly aware of our oneness with our ecosystem in ways others are not readily conscious of.

While speaking with a girlfriend I consider an eco-sensitive healer we reflected on our sensitivity and the significance of protecting ourselves.  In recent conversation, Tonia told a friend that she he likes to keep her ipod and ear phone plugged as she travels on public transportation and her friend questioned whether she disliked talking with people.

For eco-sensitives it is beyond talking with others. I for one, am a social butterfly and love interacting with new and interesting people.  Yet sometimes that can come with a price and burden if not done consciously. We have the need to go deeper within during those moments so that we stay grounded and in our center. I find that if I focus inward then I am less overwhelmed with all that's going on around me. Since energy follows thought and attention, staying tuned in can help you hold your ground contain your power. Public transportations and public spaces are swamped with the excess collective energies that are foreign and even decaying in nature. Living in DC most people travel by foot, public trans or bike and a great deal drive adding to the pollution. So there's no avoiding the smog. You find yourself in the midst of electromagnetic entanglements, pools of energetic clutter, emotional projections of others, forces unbeknown and vibrations that resonate on lower frequencies. That's city life for you. But eco-sensuals think in terms of transforming rather than accumulating and storing that quality of energy in the body.

Eco-Sensuals are acutely aware of the shifts and changes in the massive field of energy that most metropolitans are not accustomed to sensing and understanding. It's just not something that is taught or explored in the early family dynamics, the educational system or thinking process of living day to day in a concrete structured world.

My friend is a doula and works a lot with pregnant as well as abused and emotionally challenged women of all backgrounds and ethnicity.  She gently reminds her clients to "shed the load". She senses distinct emotional holding patterns in a person when they have so much going on inside of them. They are often shocked when she tells them that she is able to sense their energy body. 

As an eco-sensual, I sense vibrations and energy patterns around me. Even while speaking on the phone with someone who may be on another continent. If its dense, its more easily sensed. Emotional energy - in particular - whether here or across the waters is simply energy and its transmission and movement travels faster than the speed of sound or light.

Since we are extremely sensitive to our ecological system, we make sure to have sufficient time in private, personal spaces rather than public spaces and large groups. As I get older and my sensitivity increases, its even more difficult to be comfortable in indoor large crowds especially sports arenas, concerts, clubs and such. If I am not prepared I can get eaten up alive.  I have to fortify, reinforce and quadruple the force field that I construct around me for protection. As the earth and environment shifts and is imposed by the plague of technology alone, we are loosing touch with our senses and our humanness. With all the unfortunate distractions, including pharmaceuticual drugs, humans are becoming more and more desensitized to our internal and external energetic environment, while others turn to mind altering substances just to be able to deal with the day to day energetic assault and congestions. It's like the effects of antibiotics. It not only destroys harmful bacteria but it gets rid of the good ones as well. Sooner or later the antibiotics or drugs loose their potency as the body tries hard to resist the unnatural effects. No different with environmental stress. We learn to deal with it, swallow it and sooner than later we begin to adjust to it, learning how to ignore it. But its still there, stressing our mind-bodies.

The sensitivities of eco-sensuals demand that we perform regular rituals of energy protection and clearing to safe guard us as we step outside into the force field of the fast pace, mechanical world and to then later return to our homes. We then have to make sure that we clear the energetic debris that clung to our aura or energy field so that we don't bring them into our homes and personal lives causing interferences. Taking foot wear off before entering my home space is mandatory. It's one of the ways we drag the environmental toxins and foreign energies into our personal living space.

Going into nature and natural places can offers us a soothing space for cleansing and recharging our internal batteries and breathing fresh air into our bodies. Plugging into the earth on a daily basis is essential to our well being. Otherwise, we suffer imbalances and discomforts that are often not our own and avoidable. Unfortunately this can lead to carrying the load of others and absorbing lower frequencies that can compound our own leading to depression, creative stagnation, and eventually terminal illnesses such as cancer. 

With our Womb temple as the largest magnetic bowl of water in our body, everything is naturally pulled down or absorbed into that sacred space.  Thus Womb healing is needed more than ever due to the constant assaults and pollutions that our bodies endure from environmental stress.  Water is magnetic, therefore it pulls and attracts not just water but energy. Think of the Womb as similar to the depths in which all waters of the earth - including  lakes, rivers,  bays,  water falls, streams, sewage systems and all else - flow right back to the largest water source on earth - the oceans.  Our oceans are our largest water resource, they are the basins through which all the water on earth is cycled.  Constant replenishing and recycling within us is paramount.  In the physical body, all  vibrations lead back to the largest water source in our bodies - our Womb (reproductive system). 

"I am the Chalice by Michelle Collie" 1st image credit
Seven Sister, Womb of the Pleiades 2nd image credit

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