Healing Energy & Massage


Last week I had a client ask me how I felt having to interact with other peoples energy all week? The fact is, healing energy and massage go hand in hand. (See my blog on The Power of Touch!)

It is a question I get from time to time, and it varies- “What are chakras?” “Do you believe in auras?”, etc. So here’s a little info about the energy that we exchange on a day to day basis (Yep, its not just massage therapists – you all do it too!)

The most well-known field is the auric field. Many believe that our auric field is the same as our electromagnetic field, a continually emerging and fluctuating field of energy produced by the electrical currents in our bodies.

Electricity, Healing Energy and Massage

Every cell in our body pulses with electricity. Electricity produces magnetism, which means that every cell and organ, as well as the entirety of your body, generates energy fields. Kirlian photography, a scientific tool in use since the 1930s, employs a special type of film to illuminate the life energy, orauric field, around plants, animals, and people. Kirlian images reveal that all living beings emanate a set of electromagnetic fields.These fields are interactive; they both take in and emit energy.

This is why you can sense people, or even get a read on their personalities, when they walk into your space. Have you ever walked into a friends house and felt like something was off? Only to find out that they’d just had an argument with their husband? You just walked into that energy. Our energetic fields respond to both trauma and healing energies (that’s where I come in). They also react to emotions and love; when two people interrelate, their energy fields blur and merge. Science can locate the heart field from at least four to six feet away from the body, which means we’re able to exchange energy with others near us.

Pretty cool huh?

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