Listen to What you Say!Posted: January 12, 2014 | Author: Candess M. Campbell, PhD | Filed under: Energy Medicine DNA | Tags: Alfred Brendel, Brendel, Candess Campbell, Candess M. Campbell, communication, emotion, emotional, Energy, energy healer, heal, healer, hear, intuitive, Listen, needs, PhD, reiki, relationships, share, silence, social media | 6 Comments
“The word ‘listen’ contains the same letters as the word ‘silent’.”
― Alfred Brendel
Although I love social media, when using it, we often make connections that are more about quantity than quality. Hopefully, the relationships you create can meet your emotional needs as well as your other needs.
When you are actually in the presence of someone you can deepen the communication. Deepening relationships is important to emotional health. What happens is, when you get to let people get to know you, you begin to know yourself. When you hear yourself share, you hear yourself share!
When I taught my Intuitive Mastery Class yesterday, I heard myself say, “I don’t let many people work in my energy field. Not all healers are the same.” We were talking about Reiki and other forms of energy healing. As I thought about it later, I realized that I sounded judgmental and I decided to look at whether I was being judgmental, protective of my students, or both. What I could have said was, “when you study to become an energy healer or a Reiki practitioner, it is important you do the emotional work and learn to keep your energy field clean. Also, when receiving energy work, discern whether or not the energy healer is the best fit for you.” These statements would have been more positive. Listening to myself when teaching assisted me in taking inventory of my attitude and speaking in a clear, loving manner.
Another incidence was in conversation with a dear friend of mine. She asked me if I realized I said, “do you know what I mean?” over and over. I began listening for this and had a difficult time hearing it. When we Skyped for an hour one day, she pointed it out to me. I said it so many times it was nauseating! I began to listen to myself and hopefully have learned not to keep asking, “Do you know what I mean!”
Listen to yourself and share with me what you hear on Facebook under this blog post, Day 11 in the Relationship Series!