I had to laugh when this photo uploaded, not because the photo was funny, but because I thought it was a picture of a house with the “real” atmosphere of light that surrounds us all. Uh, no. It’s a vector, but what I thought it was still holds.
What if my original surmise were true? That every structure, made of energy as it all is, is surrounded by a prism of light that moves and changes and shifts according to the moods, emotions, feelings, and reactions of its inhabitants?
To be honest, this isn’t too far from the truth. Consider these two examples.
Ever taken a pet to the vet? Energetically, veterinary offices tend to be filled with fear. Two kinds of fear. One is a nameless static, low in the spectrum, in the reds. This comes from the animals themselves. The other is a high-pitched indigo-violet spectrum fear. This comes from the adults who arrive with their pets: worried, scared that their intuition is right and something is wrong with their beloved companion, and often abject terror over the cost.
And that’s just one gathering place. Staying with the medical metaphor? How about the dentist? An oncologist? A fertility doctor? An exotic disease specialist? All will have different energetics in their spaces.
Consider the differences you feel in different stores? Walmart, K-Mart, Target, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Saks’ Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom. Same same. All will have varied energetics — depending upon who is inside.
So see? This vector image provided yet another chakra lesson. Knowing the state of your own chakras before you go shopping will help you avoid catching the random, if ordered, waves of energy that surround you wherever you go.