I was asked to define what I call energy, being that I often times talk about emotional energy, attention energy, and so on.
This definition applies to my work only, and it should not be applied to what other people might be writing about, with similar topics to mine, since any general statement on my part as to what they are trying very hard to express, would be an assumption, and therefore most likely be incorrect.
Further, please note that any difficulties in describing energy or anything else that I might perceive, arises out of the fact that I’m trying to use a language designed for objective reality, to try to define something that is most often far beyond three dimensional existence and classical mechanics…sort of like trying to measure a dream, a thought, or even a strong emotion.
You could try, perhaps succeed to your personal satisfaction in describing such a subjective experience, as it relates to the physically bound senses that we now operate with, but what you have really done is to bind, and therefore greatly limit, a spontaneous event, that is not bound by three dimensional space and time. Such insistence on a measured sum therefore, can become an obstacle to greater perception and ability, not an asset, unless of course you are at the moment not ready to believe in anything beyond the objective present, because by trying to bind a thing by ruling over it, by rulering it, by using rules to measure, you are simply saying that this is my world, my cube…and if your stuff can’t be ruled here then it’s not real you say, and I am not willing to look at it or think about it in any abstract way. But this is your right so no worries, we all have to decide on the content of our personal cube.
It is understandable that many of us would like cut and dried definitions, that must always involve well-defined measured demarcations, and agreed upon (that is sanctioned) by at least the ruling majority. But such demarcations, no matter how cosmopolitan, demand limitations that must be bound to either the perceptual range of the physical senses, or the measuring instruments used by the current ‘ruling’ (as in measure) class. And such instruments and perceptual demarcations are of course based on beliefs by the ruling group, that may have very insistent ideas as to what is and is not sanity and reality.
But energy for example, in accordance to some people’s beliefs (including my own), is not bound by such strict measurement or demarcations, because our physical senses and the instruments that we have developed to measure any type of energy so far, cannot measure the full range of action, since, in accordance to some people’s beliefs and my own, all energy in whatever form, is beyond three dimensional space and time.
Now, getting back to it then, I define energy (as it is used in my books, articles, and videos) as a force (a fury) that is the source of all existence. Another way to say this is to say that I define energy as action, and all action has its origin and dimensional presence, in areas that are beyond the physical plane.
Action is all, all is action, therefore energy is everything (in accordance to my work and my beliefs, that I have verified myself for myself, through my own direct perceptions).
Awareness is energy, and so the act of directing that awareness (which can be called the focus of attention) is energy as well. Moreover, cumulative action, that is action that has come together in any area, has the potential of creating gestalts that assume varied intensities and frequencies that then transform themselves into new experiences, such as emotion for example. And emotion therefore is the type of energy (that is a type of action) that has attained a certain threshold of intensity thanks to a build-up. And solid matter (from the human sensual perspective) is energy that has attained an even denser cumulative threshold than emotion. Each of these intensities, which are not good demarcation points of energy by the way, because changes in intensity and frequency can happen so fast that they defy our understanding of time, have within them a potential that can be tapped into, in order to increase perception and create structure; which again is action acting on itself, or if you prefer, energy energizing itself.
Therefore attention energy is action. Emotional energy is action, action is everything.
A field of energy then, using such terminology, is a boundary point that separates two or more simultaneously perceivable vibrational (or intensity) energy (action) states. As such, a field is only perceptively possible when two vibrational states are simultaneously perceivable by an instrument or by whatever senses are available to the particular entity during the perceiving… Or measuring.