So, I was wondering, does Tesla's law of the physical universe apply to our emotions and feelings as well? What if your emotional energy given is greater than your energy received in a particular situation? ... Can we have a negative energy end result leaving us drained and frustrated? We are environmentally aware and concious of how our decisions can affect the natural environment in which we live. We recycle, watch electricity use and look for alternative means to power our homes and vehicles. It's easy to think of energy conservation in regards to our environment, but what I was thinking was...
It seems to work if we use Tesla's ideas about the universe to figure out ourselves, our emotions and relationships and maybe a better way to handle conflicts in general. We are aware of our energy use and it's environmental impact. We need to also be aware of our emotional energy usage, and conserve this use with those situations that do not reciprocate positive energy or cause ourselves an emotional energy deficit.
Is there like a mathematical equation or something for this?
I think the answer to this starts with some questions we should ask ourselves regarding the issue at hand: Let's try to look at it pragmatically:
3. Do you feel helpless to this situation, like it has control over you and you can't stop the negative thought spin?
4. Do you dwell on the situation, mentally battling it out how you wish it would have went, or beating yourself up for how you handled things?
Mr. Jagmeet Singh is at the level of inner balance that I would like to be someday. Just wow. Soo awesome. Side note: He just happens to be up against Justin Trudeau in the 2019 Canadian election for Prime Minister!! This guy... We can all learn from his attitude-just stay calm, walk away from the problem, and really enjoy your day. I know it is easier said than done... butI think sometimes living well IS really the answer. Live so well you can resonate above all the BS.
I've been tossing parts of this idea around for a while now... It involves something I read a while back about one of Tesla's energy philosophies and it keeps popping up at different times. It's just starting to solidify into an actual idea that could be of benefit for my life... Tesla often talked about energy, and how the universe likes the balance and conservation of it... I'm paraphrasing but it's something like this... Moderation is more energy efficient than complete abstinence in the long run as it takes less energy to indulge oneself occasionally in their ____ (insert whatever vice or thought process one happens to be white knuckling it through at the time) to an extent, than to just struggle and fight that ___ (vice, negative thought, ... ) Tesla talks about balance and moderation, or, the top is more energy efficient when it spins balanced independently than when it bumps into stuff it and wobbles or stops-
In other words, I understood that as- it is more energy efficient to not bump up against the world all the time and ping pong all over the place, out of control emotionally. We don't have to constantly confront everything, we don't have to be in constant mental stress fight mode. This is not equal or balanced or our natural state of being. This isn't strength, or powerful... It's actually the total opposite. This shows weakness of spirit and a lack of control of our emotional state. And we wonder why we're always on edge and crabby!! And if we cut down on the conflict/drama mode of thought as the norm we should have lots more mental energy to focus on positive areas of our life that truly fulfill us.
And really, how much do we want to preach our cause to deaf ears?? To a totally non responsive or non existent audience? We are expending a large amount of energy only to have accomplished exactly zero and possibly increasing negativity, and getting nowhere with our point except often making the problem worse.We are feeding the black dog of negative thought instead of the white dog of positive thought. Whichever dog we feed is the one who stays and grows.
I think it starts with keeping mental tally or tabs on our thoughts. Such a simple idea but so hard for us to realize sometimes right?? But not really!! We've been brainwashed to believe this, it's as easy as breathing!! Keep a jounal, write it down if you need to that's always helpful and therapeutic. If we practice this positivity neurons have been studied to be able- at any age- to carve out new pathways in the brain if we intentionally change our focus to positive thought.
There I just solved all problems of international conflict- you're welcome PLANET EARTH ;) HAHA BUT SERIOUSLY if we focus on positivity in EVEN one LITTLE area where we normally think negative we HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO retrain our brains. THAT'S HUGE!!!