For many years I have been interested in hidden energy, which is spoken about by alternative healers and dowsers.
My introduction and awareness came via my practise of transcendental meditation when I set out on a path of self discovery. This is a journey that still continues and by its very nature seems always to introduce me to something absorbing which refreshes the depths of my being.
I have, over the course of time, met up with others who have walked alongside me for some of the way, then we have separated, each to go on alone.
Two energy events occurred about the same time many years ago.
The first came after a family holiday we collected our dog from the kennels only to find that he had virtually lost his bark and could only croak. As was usual I did my twenty minute T M in my chair after everyone else had gone to bed then went into the kitchen for a sip of water and say ‘good night’ to Fido.
It was then that I had the idea of encircling his neck with my hands without actual touching him, for a few minutes. His bark had returned by the next morning.
The second event occurred a few days later when Fido and I went for a walk along our usual route. I was walking slowly whilst he was sniffing the hedgerow, as dogs do. Suddenly I felt as if I had stepped through an invisible barrier, so I stepped back, then forward again and yes, there it was, a moment’s sensation. A change in my awareness, it was as if I had stepped across a dividing line between two areas without there being any visible change in my surroundings. I was mystified.
Several days later I visited a friend, Ms D, who had instructed me on the solo practice of T.M.
We discussed these events and of how important it was to maintain ones’ equilibrium, not to sensationalise them or to become self indulgent.
She understood my experiences, seeing them as part of the opening up of the self.
Over the years I have discovered much about the hidden energy and have been able to use it for the benefit of people and animals.
Even today I am visited by those requesting assistance and am generally able to help them. There is nothing quite like their appreciative smiles.