Monday, April 1, 2013


I believe the energies you put out into the world affect the world around you. What I am saying is: When You are grumpy or upset or angry, the world around you is upset and in chaos.  It isn't that your world is in chaos and that is making you upset.. It is simply You have become upset and the energy you have put out into the world has upset the world around you as an effect.  You have to stay positive in your paths even if you do run into ‘stupid’ or ‘dumb’ people.  Life is full of obstacles, curves, and turns.  We just gotta put the pedal to the metal and haul ass down the road.

I know at times I can be a real negative nancy.  I also know for a fact that I upset my own world quite often when I become unhappy.  A recent venture is simply I am not happy with myself and, of course, today is my birthday.  Yes.  April 1st, April Fool’s Day, is my birthday.  I am 27.  So because I usually end up grumpy around my birthday (Story for another time) and the fact that I have just been rather unhappy and angry with myself I put a mass amount of negative energy out into my world and it affect my work and home life.  I upset the balance I had created in my life.

When I say I believe in energy and that I also believe that we create our own worlds.   This is what I am talking about.  Energy isn't just a current that runs through wires to power our homes.  It isn't just fuel to power our cars or generators.   It is all around us transferred from person to person just from a touch or even the air around them.  Some who have a similar belief to my own my call it Magic or Magick.   I simply call it Energy.

I want to thank my friends and family too because they affect my world from the energy they put out and you know what.  I have a pretty good life.  So be mindful of the energies you put out into the world and how they might affect the family around you.  Just a friendly thought.


1 comment:

  1. I agree what energy we send out is what is attracted to us. However I do think sadness is beneficial to us sometimes. Of course we shouldn't wallow in it. But it makes us stop, reevaluate what it is that's making us unhappy, and then do something about it.

    Happy birthday!