Sometimes you might feel sluggish, depleted, and drained. I feel like this when I’m constantly working and running here and there. I naturally have a chill and laid back kind of temperament. I am not a busy body. I’m not always “doing” something. But as my relationship with God grew, my life became more ‘cyclitic’ and seasonal. God doesn’t let me stay in one state too long. I am usually gently pulled out of my comfort zone in various ways.
When my soul feels drained, God sustains me with His Strength and Energy (Holy Spirit); he has also done this when I am physically depleted as well. Those moments are blissful & surreal. Of course, there are times when I just need to allow my body to rest so that it can rebalance or reset itself.
An energy imbalance can also occur because of our diet and the modern world in which we live. Many things upset the delicate balance, and you are left marinating in a toxic soup. Leaving crystals around your home (and wearing them, etc) can help, along with healthy, consistent doses of unpolluted nature. The truth is, it is hard to escape these modern day issues, especially if you live in the city. The soil, air, etc, is not like it was many years ago. Though I see some countries trying to be good stewards of God’s earth, which is a Christian’s job.
We are energy beings (you could say multiple layers of vibrating energy). What you eat even turns to fuel for your body. Everything is relatively energy when you simplify things. God made us (and all of creation) in His Divine Wisdom; this force is pointing back to Him (Romans 1:20).
One way to rebalance, or rearrange, the force within you is to use a crystal point as a conduit between your energy and the energy around you. Of course, it is better to do this in a healthful environment. Think of the beach, a stream, waterfall, the forest, or maybe your backyard. You want a natural environment to access the earth’s energy field to its fullest potential. Be sure to clear the crystal (use your favorite method) to restore its balance (if needed). …More, Please!