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Personal Stories of Working with Subtle Energies
One of the lessons John U.K. stressed was to learn how to sense and feel. He would often ask, "how does it feel?" and in this processing of asking, it provided a redirect to tune in and analyze the current feelings and sensations.
John U.K. would also use this same technique of tuning in and "feeling" when we visited different physical locations and would once again, "how does it feel at this location?" We would then pause and tune into the feelings of the different areas. Eventually we learned that different areas had a different feel. Sometimes we would return to that same spot, and the feeling would be different from what we experienced last time. This helped us learn that in SOME places, the energies change with the seasons, or the time of day, and some places have "moving energy centers" that move to other locals based on human activity.
Often it was the National Parks that had a more consistent good energy feel. This was partly due to them being a protected space, but also because someone many generations ago, had "awakened" the energy there and this is what led it to becoming a National Park.
When we visited Bryce Canyon, a National Park in Utah, we were aware the energy there was not as strong as some of the other Utah National Parks in Utah. We asked John U.K. why the energy there was kind of "ho hum." and he responded that it had not yet been awakened. He then said we could awaken the energy at Bryce Canyon with a focused meditation, using command projection. We did so, and awakened the subtle spiritual energy of the Bryce Canyon area. Years later we returned and were rather surprised how INTENSE the feeling now was. We could both FEEL the intensity of the subtle energies. This area was indeed, now awakened.
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