How Energy Works

To understand how energy healing works, it helps to first understand some key background information about how your brain works. Read about that here: How Your Brain Works


here are two valid ways to come to a useful understanding of energy works in relation to intuitive knowledge and healing. The first is explanatory, the second is experiential. This article provides both approaches. We’ll start with the basics.



The experiential learning examples below will provide some inkling of how this is possible.

How Your Mind Works

One final point to make about your brain is that it’s not the same thing as your mind. Your mind is commonly defined as your awareness or your point of reference. While your brain is only capable of learning via sensory input and imagination, your mind is able to reference vast amounts of information from other sources. Some people call this the spirit. Others point to recent science and complex theories like zero point field to explain this phenomenon.

Whatever the explanation, this article is satisfied with the fact that there’s abundant evidence that energy and the physical world does not behave according to the purely mechanistic model of fifty or sixty years ago, and that an individual is able to not only receive knowledge from sources beyond the ability of electronic technology to measure with exactness, but also influence the physical world just by thinking. This is the realm of subtle energy and forms one of the most fascinating areas of modern science, medicine, psychology, philosophy, religion and other disciplines.

Experiential Learning

Rather than delve into the elaborate scientific experiments and explanations for how reality happens and energy works, we’ll switch gears now and show you how to have your very own experience in knowing beyond what your senses deliver and changing physical reality with no technologically-measurable input. It’s fascinating, it’s fun, and it’s an incredibly valuable skill to develop!

Exercise 1: Mind Reading

This is not a parlor trick with an unknown accomplice hidden in the crowd. It’s not a numbers game where chance stacks the odds in your favor. You probably won’t succeed in reading the actual thoughts passing through someone’s mind, either, though it has been done. You will simply learn to pay more attention to a source of information input that you have probably used extensively but not been aware of because no one pointed it out.

For example, have you ever met someone and had a strong impression regarding their character that seemed to contradict all other indications yet later proved true? You have probably heard the stories about a pair of twins, living thousands of miles apart, where one had an accident and the other, sensing that something was wrong, immediately phoned? Or the parent who “had a bad feeling” about a teenager’s plans, and whether or not the teen went out anyway, something went horribly wrong? How about religious experiences where faith is confirmed with powerful feelings of love and light or prayers are answered with unmistakable inspiration?

When this type of intuitive knowing first hit pop culture in the 1970s, the fad was called ESP (extra-sensory perception) and the general consensus was you either had the gift or you didn’t. The results of the following experience being conducted with thousands of people around the world indicates that well over 90% of participants are able to tap into this ability.

Here’s how to go about it:

1. Choose a partner.
You can try this with anyone willing to give it a shot, but it sometimes helps to work with someone you do not know well. This prevents you from thinking that you’re just imagining things you already knew about your partner. When you begin sharing facts that you have no other way of knowing about a complete stranger, your confidence in your intuitive skills rises considerably.

2. Sit facing each other.
Choose a spot where you won’t be disturbed and won’t feel self conscious.

3. Look into each others eyes for at least 3-4 minutes.
This isn’t a staring contest – you can blink. You may feel uncomfortable for the first minute or two, but once the connection starts working, you may feel very calm and comfortable.

Why does eye contact make us feel so uncomfortable and vulnerable, anyway? Exactly!! It’s because the eyes truly are the window to the soul and a great deal of information may be passed through them. Did you know that some cultures are more highly aware of this fact and the Japanese, for example, sometimes take time before business meetings to read one another and establish trust. When you get skilled at reading people on this level, it’s impossible to lie.

One of the greatest benefits of learning to read people through their eyes is that you see them on a much deeper level. You see beyond the shape and color and fashions and labels and straight down into their core. Your friendships grow more deep and rich and rewarding. When you learn to see people’s core, you realize that people truly are inherently good. What isn’t good becomes understood as self-protections or efforts to figure things out, and is more easily tolerated and forgiven.

4. Clear your mind and wait for feelings or impressions to strike you.
When you feel something, hold onto the feeling. It may help to visualize it – any image, shape or color that seems to match the feeling will work. Simply let yourself experience the feeling (right brain work) and wait for the words that explain the feeling (left brain work) to come along. You’ll know you’re doing it right when you experience epiphanies, suddenly making quantum leaps in understanding far from anything you previously understood.

Typical impressions may sound like these:

– “You really love you mom.”
– “You’re a very loyal friend.”
– “You have a real hunger for knowledge.”

More specific examples may sound like these:

– “I imagine you standing in a crowd on the beach around a bonfire” (this was with a first-semester college student from Hawaii and had been missing doing that with friends back home).
-“I imagine you driving down the interstate with two girls” (at that moment, the partner had been thinking of going to a college a hundred miles down the interstate and two girls he planned to date there).

5. After the 3-5 minutes has elapsed, take turns sharing your impressions.
If you don’t successfully get an intuitive impression, you may be thinking too hard or paying attention to physical signals like fashions, posture, or even minute facial expressions that we are not even consciously aware of yet which pervade communication. Don’t worry about it. Try again another day or with another partner. Some people are much easier to read than others.

6. Recognize that “perception is projection.”
In other words, it’s much easier to see traits in others that we also possess. If you saw the other person as kind, then the same can likely be said about you. You probably gravitate to your chosen friends because they reflect the parts of you that make you feel good about yourself.

There’s a chance that when you share your impression, the other person will not see how it relates to him or her. This could be because you were “projecting” (assigning your own perceptions to others and then reading them back). It could also be because the person simply doesn’t recognize that trait in her or himself or that it wasn’t explained in a way that they could understand. Regardless, don’t worry about it. Intuitive skills require practice before most people get good at it. It takes time to distinguish between your intuitive knowing and projection, imagination, or other sources of knowing. Until your skills become highly developed, be careful in drawing conclusions derived from this exercise.

Energy Work Possibilities

Now that you have a basic understanding and experience of energy work, you can begin to imagine the endless list of related possibilities. As you continue to develop your energy skills, you’ll discover a far richer world than you had ever imagined, including deeper, more satisfying relationships, clearer communications, more positive self image, enhanced problem-solving skills, the healing arts and more.

How Energy Work Works

Many versions of energy healing exist – from various traditional forms of medicine to homeopathy, acupuncture, cranial sacral and Reiki. The best massage therapists and chiropractors implement forms of energy work for deeper and more lasting effect. Most energy work modalities incorporate intuitive knowing with movement, pressure, breathing, or visualization techniques. Most energy workers “tune in” to identify “stuck” energies or locate energies “near the surface” and lined up for release.

The primary techniques applied at Utah Energy Works are designed to bypass more surface indications and seek the most foundational points for transformation. As a result of shifting these deepest levels of energy, any related energies shift as well. The end goal is deeper, faster, easier energetic healing beyond what most clients could have imagined possible. Refer to the “Case Studies” and “News & Reviews” article categories for examples of how this is accomplished.

While these deep energetic shifts may impact physical, mental and emotional health, UEW makes absolutely no claims regarding the ability to treat or cure disease nor do we provide counseling services. The body, brain, and disease processes are highly complex systems and all clients are advised to seek appropriate medical and other care as needed and not to expect energy work to resolve all conditions.

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