Energy follows two identifiable patterns, action and rest and we don’t get to choose to exclude one.
There is a thought that bad things happen to good people. How can you explain that? Bad things happen to good people, because the concept of good and bad (i.e. justice) is a human notion. This living world is no respecter of persons, and so much of what is “bad” is just seen as bad. If a pet bites a child that’s abusing it, should we punish the pet? There is reaction in the world, and even action. It isn’t about punishment or reward. If a dog licks our face is it rewarding us?
Even those who have everything still find misery. They can have much and will declare that they have nothing, and there are those who suffer daily, but will tell you it’s nothing. Moderate to sever arthritis is a common example of that. I know elders, many who are close to transition, who really mean they do not suffer. They aren’t really feeling it as they used to, though their body isn’t working for them as it did in its youth. My muscles are constantly flooded with lactic acid. It is like I have constant muscle cramps, but it just feels like my body to me. It is my physical difference.
The world balances, and it balances according to a very “organic” living cycle. A bad thing is very often just a growing pain, and rate of maturation can differ, does. Just as in our body, different parts mature at different rates and teens appear to have large hands and feet for example.
So bad and good don’t exist? Not in an absolute sense, but we shouldn’t ignore how we perceive things. If something “mysteriously bad” happens it might have no physical remedy, but it doesn’t mean it isn’t real, and doesn’t mean that you can’t do anything about it. Broaden your being, stretch those unused psychic wings, and listen to your dreams. Many people experience “miraculous” healing because they had a strange dream.
I was “not all here” for a week or so, and I felt like my focus was only kind of focused and most of me was somewhere else. I explored that and found most of me was somewhere else, learning stuff. Why did it drain me here, or effect me in such a day to day way when it was on another dimension? There isn’t energy here, and energy there. They aren’t separate sources, there is just one energy.
Isn’t the draining part because your conscious mind is resisting/denying it? That is part of it. You really can be “beside yourself” and “not all there”. We aren’t actually “localized beings, but we can be imbalanced.
Just localized points of view at times? They call it concentrating, focus, “keeping it real”. We can’t actually keep it real, it’s just real.
Your energy follows your focus? Yes.
Keep it balanced is a better way to think, if you don’t you will fall over? Yes, and people do all the time. So often what we don’t think of as energy, as substance, actually is energy and substance.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.