We often don’t think about how our relationships can affect our energy, but they do. This is especially true when it comes to conversations, physical embraces, and sharing a connection.
We’ve all had that feeling. You’re just not feeling yourself, and you can’t put your finger on why. Maybe you’re not sleeping well, or maybe you’re just having a hard time connecting with your partner.
But what if there’s something else going on? What if someone else’s energy is affecting yours?
How do these interactions affect your energy?
We’ve all been there: you’re hanging out with a friend or partner, and suddenly, you feel like your energy has been sucked out of your body. You don’t know what happened, but suddenly the whole interaction feels like a chore—like you have to force yourself to stay awake and act interested in what they’re saying.
But it’s not just about the people we’re talking to; it’s also about how we feel about them as individuals. A relationship can affect your energy during conversations, physical embraces, and sharing a connection. So if you’re with someone who is constantly draining your energy, then it may be time to end the relationship. Here are some ways that relationships affect your energy levels:
When you’re talking to someone who has energy for days, it’s hard not to feel your own energy rise up with theirs. When you’re in a conversation with someone who doesn’t have much to say and isn’t very engaged in the conversation, it can leave you feeling drained and lethargic. A conversation with someone who’s full of life and excitement is always more invigorating than one with someone who just sits there silently while looking at their phone or staring off into space.
If you work closely with someone who gets excited about their work and is constantly on the go, you’ll feel yourself being pulled along at their pace—which may be more than your own body can take! On the other hand, if you partner up with someone who’s always complaining about how much they hate their job or never seem to get anything done because they’re too busy staring into space or checking Facebook every five minutes then it will be difficult for either of you to focus.
Physical touch is another way that relationships can affect your energy levels. When someone touches your arm or shoulder while talking with them, this can make you feel connected to them and bring out an emotional response in yourself that makes you feel more awake or energized. It’s also true that if someone touches you inappropriately or too aggressively, this could make you feel uncomfortable or anxious which will lead to decreased energy levels.
A hug from someone who loves us unconditionally can be very helpful when we feel down in the dumps! Hugs help us feel connected with each other on a physical level while also helping us feel loved by our significant other as well as making us feel better about ourselves overall!
When you’re in love with someone who’s also on top of their game, it can be exciting and inspiring—but sometimes it can also make you feel like there’s a lot of pressure on you to keep up with them. On the other hand, if your partner is lazy or unmotivated then it might be hard for either of you to feel like getting out of bed in the morning!
You might think that family relationships would have little impact on your energy levels but in fact they can have a huge effect. If one member of the family has a really positive attitude towards life then it can help everyone else around them feel more positive too. On the other hand, a family member may depend on you too much or require you to always be the glue to keep everyone close. This can lead people into a downward spiral where negativity feeds off itself until everyone is miserable which will affect their ability to function properly.
So what can you do about it? How can you get back on track?
If you’re in a relationship with someone who lowers your joy and energy, then it is time for you to determine what boundaries need to be set in place to return to a happier place. These boundaries are needed to preserve your energy and have clear lines of what you will do in certain scenarios. Boundaries are not to control them, but to set the expectations of what you will do if this behavior occurs.
You might also conclude a relationship might need to end. You can do this ending the best and safest way for you. You can do that with a hard conversation or exit. You can also just distance yourself with time or no communication.
But there is hope! Reiki sessions can help remove other people’s energy from your aura so that it can return to its natural state again.
When someone gives you their energy, it’s not always a bad thing. If a friend has positive energy, for example, they might give that to you by being excited about something they’re doing or telling you how much fun they had at an event. That’s great! But if someone has negative energy, they might give that to you by being angry or sad all the time. This can be draining, and in some cases even harmful if they’re giving off a lot of negative vibes.
The good news is that reiki sessions can help remove this type of energy from your aura so that it will return to its natural state again and leave room for more positive vibes instead—which means more energy for YOU!
How can Reiki help you?
Reiki sessions help remove other people’s energy from your aura so that it can return to its natural state again. Reiki is the Japanese practice of laying hands on someone in order to heal them or bring them peace. The word “reiki” means “universal life force energy.” It’s a form of alternative medicine that has been around for centuries and is used by millions of people around the world today.
Reiki can be a powerful tool to help you achieve more energy in your life. Reiki is a holistic system of healing that works to promote wellness on physical, mental, and spiritual levels. It’s perfect for anyone who’s looking to feel better and trust an unbiased source of health care. Contact me today to see if Reiki is right for you!