Be Aware of Energy – Yours and Others

Before I knew for sure that affiliate marketing wasn’t something I wanted to continue pursuing, I did take advantage of a business card printing service. It was free, so why not? But since I didn’t have any meetings or seminars to attend nor did I go out and meet people for coffee or lunch, the cards were pretty useless to me.

Sometimes I get curious of what how it would feet to attend a seminar. With a lot of people around. It would depend definitely depend a lot on the energy in the room. If I’m in a room full of people with a lot of positive energy I will feel it. If it gets to be too much it might exhaust me. Time alone will be what is required. Just enough time to rejuvinate myself.

If I enjoy myself there, I would want to do it again, I’m sure. Knowing I might need to slip away early. Or find an empty room to take a breather. I would have to take some time to think about when I began realizing this about myself. I know I haven’t always been like this. Being self aware is so important for self care. Knowing the type of energy you can handle, when it’s time to take a break and also what kind of energy you give off as well. People are affected by the energies of others.

I learned years that I am able to feel the energy no matter where they are. And yet I don’t always deal with the negative energy well. Not being mindful or self aware is most likely the cause of this.

The first step to any solution is acknowdging a solution is needed. Awareness is a key to resolving issues.

Sound Creations

Most of the time when I listen to music, I don’t think about who is playing each instrument, unless I’m familiar with the band. But there are times when I hear a tone, a tune, a beat that stops me in my tracks and I want to know who it is that is creating such a sound that I take notice enough to interrupt my focus on the singer.

Since I’ve been writing about music, I no longer assume that there is a drummer behind a drumset creating their own rhythms when I listen to a song on the radio. That’s the old fashioned way. I’m not saying that they have become obsolete. I’m only saying that technoology has give musicians new ways of creating music. And I find that fascinating..

Since I discovered musician’s friend, I have begun listening closer to any music that I hear. I want to know what instruments are being played. I want to know if they are instruments that were created by that artist I am listening to. Because that has been the case at times. I learned that during interviews on Echoes.

I love it when the artists explain their creative process. They reveal that what it truly does take a lot of get to that point of coming through the airwaves. I admire them so much for that. From what I have heard and read, it’s not as easy as some may think. But if it’s a passion then the love for what they do outtrumps the frustrations and struggles during the process.

Taking note of what I just said at the end of the last paragraph.