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Where Does Human Energy Go?

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posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 03:16 AM
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I have often pondered this, so I thought I'd throw it out on the boards for discussion and feed back.
Our bodies are capable of intense feelings both physical and emotional.
That can create a build-up of energy either positive or negative.
I would wager a guess the unfortunately negative energy has more power.
When we feel anger, frustration, sadness, it builds up in our bodies, and you can feel it.
Our body tries everything to release it,yelling, crying,physically hitting or throwing things. You can see a person turning red with anger, sweating, shaking..the body trying to rid itself of the negative energy.
But once it has, where does it go?
We have all seen the affect that your mood, angry, sad, happy, sexually aroused, can have on those in your close proximity.
Does your energy, leave your body, and go out there into the world for others to pick up on?
Is that why we have so much negativity in the world now? Is that why the news is always negative..because the powers that be know we will get frustrated, and create more negative energy?
Is that why some days we wake up in a bad mood and we just don't know why...or even the flip side of the coin..pick up on the positive energy (although not so much, as society is very negative.)?
All the energy we humans create whether positive or negative, could be tremendously powerful if there were an ability to harness it. I realize the theory sounds very "Matrix" or "Hollywood" by design....
But all that energy must be going somewhere, must be doing something...
Ideas?




posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 03:38 AM
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Well, if you compare human energy to well... energy, it dissipates.

In your example, you stated how people close by are affected by what you're giving off...
So people to a distance don't sense it.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 05:24 AM
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Originally posted by AccessDenied
I would wager a guess the unfortunately negative energy has more power.
When we feel anger, frustration, sadness, it builds up in our bodies, and you can feel it.


"Is the Dark side stonger?"
"No, no, no. Quicker, easier, more seductive"




posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 05:37 AM
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Originally posted by RuneSpider
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Well, if you compare human energy to well... energy, it dissipates.

In your example, you stated how people close by are affected by what you're giving off...
So people to a distance don't sense it.

Dissipates? But nothing really disappears. Even if it dissipated as a whole, wouldn't there be some small particle essence that still existed?
People may not be able to sense it in the way of pinpointing why they feel it....
And what would the time frame be for it to dissipate entirely?

[edit on 9-7-2009 by AccessDenied]



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 05:48 AM
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Originally posted by RuneSpider
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Well, if you compare human energy to well... energy, it dissipates.

I thought energy can't be destroyed? I thought it is "recycled" so to speak.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 05:53 AM
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It just gets converted into another form of energy...just like in an engine when oil combusts it gets turned into heat,kinetic etc so it doesn't go anywhere just like all other forms of energy,it just changes into a different form.Like another poster said energy can't be created or destroyed,just converted.

Edit:I realised my post didn't have much to do with with your question....


[edit on 9-7-2009 by Solomons]



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 06:09 AM
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As every thought in our brain is a sort of electric signal, I think it just gets sent out into our universe, like a radio signal.

Adding to the mass consciousness perhaps.

Does that make any sense?



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 06:27 AM
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The power of thought and emotion have great influence on the surrounding and the collective consciousness. Everything we choose to think, choose to feel and choose to do has a great impact on everything we define as reality and beyond. A chain reaction happens when someone for example releases negative energy into the world, others will pick it up and do the same, adding to the overall negativity.... in which scale this happens is obviously not known, but can be perceived to some extent.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 06:35 AM
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Originally posted by Clairaudience
The power of thought and emotion have great influence on the surrounding and the collective consciousness. Everything we choose to think, choose to feel and choose to do has a great impact on everything we define as reality and beyond. A chain reaction happens when someone for example releases negative energy into the world, others will pick it up and do the same, adding to the overall negativity.... in which scale this happens is obviously not known, but can be perceived to some extent.


There is no such thing as "negative" or "positive" energy.

Human energy is, in most cases, used by projections. Most people are not aware of this. But they are run and consumed by ideas/emotions/will (which are all projections).

Projections feed on human energy.

In case human being is aware of this, and capable of resisting this "need" to feed the projection (planning, protocols, conditioned behavior, tradition, culture), energy is used for creation-action (art).



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 06:40 AM
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That can create a build-up of energy either positive or negative.


Well that depends on what you mean exactly by 'energy'.

Emotion is subjective and has no measurable value so your original premise seems flawed.

[edit on 9-7-2009 by VitalOverdose]



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 07:16 AM
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I wouldn't say emotion is subjective. We have several basic emotions that every (unless some brain disorder) human feels, such as: Anger, Happiness, Sadness, Regret, and Love. We all feel them pretty much the same way if you discount your previous experiences in life.

Emotion is measurable, is it not? We can see how the brain reacts differently while in love or while angry with breakthroughs in science and technology.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 08:33 AM
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Law of Conservation of Energy (in physics):

Energy cannot be destroyed or created - only shifted from one form to another.

Chemical energy is created into electrical energy in our body when we think, or which changes into kinetic energy as we tremble in anger.

Then we expand that energy by SLAMMING OUR FISTS INTO WHAT MAKES US MAD - or a table, or a cardboard box - kinetic energy.

If not, we sweat. The energy expands as heat energy through our sweat.

If not, we GIVE off electrical energy. Happens when your electrical field is boosted so much by the energy that it enters the atmosphere as magnetic charges undetectable by human sight. For the truly "gifted", they are able to focus these charges into things like telekinesis and magnetism - allowing them to "move things with their mind". Ever heard of things falling spontaneously when someone is pissed? Ever heard of water heating up when someone who is particularly anger focuses his energy on the cup of drink in front of him?

That's for the truly "gifted", though. Otherwise it just goes into the ether as electric charges, which exists as one of the many light/electrical wave energies in the air, part of the spectrum that allows us to see, that allows our text messages to get transmitted, that allows people to get static.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 08:40 AM
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A lot of people ARE right, here.

Yes, energy can't be destroyed, based on Law of C.O.E. (see my above reply).

Yes, any unexpanded energy will just go into the ether, the universe as electrical charges. or converted into heat and sweat along the way, and kinetic energy, and telekinetic energy if you decide to bash something in physically or mentally (see my above reply).

And also, like mentioned by some previous posters, projections and spirits sometimes FEED on these human energies.

Since human energies are concentrated - basically, if a person is mad, his whole body RADIATES with heat energy and a lot of electrical energy is emitted in one burst by your magnetic field - ghosts that are nearby can "absorb" these energies and manifest themselves. Ghosts, after all, are residual energies from their living imprints.

Energy dissipations are also why people who feel angry give rise to poltergeists - their energies concentrate so much they are able to move things without control, or shape themselves into a being that has form and power. Adolescents have a lot of these rampant energies.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 08:48 AM
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My inner voice says that the energy we expend is recycled, like water. We drink it in, process it, then expel it. To me, this makes perfect sense. I may be one of those people who are exceptionally tuned in to emotions. Actually there is no maybe about it, I am one of those people. It is perplexing more often than not. Sometimes I get all upset for no apparent reason. After years of self-observation I found out that some of what I'm feeling doesn't originate with me, the emotions are entering me from an external source and mixing with my individual emotions.

That sounds weird even to me but it seems to be accurate anyway. The word for it is empathy but I think all humans are capable of empathy to some degree. Empathic people (personal observation) can seem a bit off the wall to others who don't recognize the emotional and physical effects on them by other people's emotions.

So if I am internally affected by someone else's emotions there must be a path of entry and exit, right? I think of energy like water. I hope this makes sense.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 09:07 AM
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it gets absurbed by other living entities, i.e. plants and other animals and people.. like when someone is an ass and upsets you, you lose your energy and they gain it..?



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 10:40 AM
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I do know this, when i get angry..i blow light bulbs in my house.
that is an energy transference.
i know this happens to others.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 12:17 PM
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Originally posted by Nventual
I wouldn't say emotion is subjective. We have several basic emotions that every (unless some brain disorder) human feels, such as: Anger, Happiness, Sadness, Regret, and Love. We all feel them pretty much the same way if you discount your previous experiences in life.

Emotion is measurable, is it not? We can see how the brain reacts differently while in love or while angry with breakthroughs in science and technology.


Dopamine, serotonin and endorphin levels can give you an idea of how happy a person might be feeling and cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline might tell you how unhappy a person might be feeling.
But none of it is a guarantee. Some people are happy when they are stressed while others can get depressed if they don't have time to relax.


When we feel anger, frustration, sadness, it builds up in our bodies, and you can feel it.

This feeling is the result of chemicals flooding your brain and not the result of some mysterious Chi like energy.




[edit on 9-7-2009 by VitalOverdose]



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 12:27 PM
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I was looking for this information yesterday.
Thanks for providing it.



posted on Jul, 9 2009 @ 03:32 PM
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What i mean is, if you consider the human body to b a radiant source of energy, like a light bulb or fire, then the energy dissipates in a similar fashion to how switching off a light or putting out the fire ceases the flow of light and heat.



posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 09:57 AM
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Well i thought by the name of the topic you'd say "where does our energy go when we die?" that i can answer, at death of the physical body you create the ultimate energy body that can fully sustain itself in an OOBE. To my understanding some stay in the real-time zone to reflect on their life and to come to terms, which is why i believe we see ghosts. Real-time zone looks like our physical realm to a project but is on a plane/dimension just above.after that you move onto the astral planes.

Back on topic, im not too sure of the energy involved with feelings but i know thought of any kind has a powerful effect everywhere espescially in higher planes where a person seen by a projector in a real time zone can be seen to be part of his thoughts so to say. I.e. Im thinking of the beach and doing laundry, to the projector i would look likeim at the beach doing the laundry lol.

Sorry if im off topic a bit.



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