“You can easily feel the quality of other people’s personal fields. You, like everybody, tend to frequency-match the people you’re near, and this lets you pick up the quality of their field in your own body and field, as though your a tuning fork resonating to another tuning fork. Around a disturbed person, you may feel nervous and antsy. Around a clear, warmhearted person, you may feel like laughing and being generous. You may fear a fearful person, or get angry with an angry person. Around a perfectionist, you may lack confidence or make silly mistakes, because that’s what they themselves are most afraid of. Other people will do the same thing with you. … We’re all reading each others fields constantly.” ~Penney Peirce
Very few of us can clearly see the energy fields, usually called the aura, around other people or other life forms. Many of us can, with a little training and practice, see a vague, nearly invisible field around other beings. Most of us can, however, feel those energy fields and react to them even if we are not aware of them, or don’t believe they exist.
Mr. pierce mentions several specific example of how we may be affected by the auras of those around us. Most of us have experienced some of these. I can remember many years ago getting angry at someone and wondering later on why I got so upset over something so minor. Now I know it was probably because the person I was angry with, or someone else I was standing close to, was very angry about something and I was absorbing that vibration. We have all seen news stories of a crown behaving in an irrational way and when the reporters interview individual participants later, they can’t explain it. All it takes is one very fearful or angry person and it can spread through a crowd making them behave strangely. Continue reading “Personal Fields and how they Affect Us”