Sometimes an object in your home will begin to vibrate as a big truck approaches, and will remain vibrating for a period after the truck passes. This happens because the object’s resonant frequency matches the low frequency (sound) coming from the truck, causing it to sympathetically vibrate at the same frequency. The object can’t help but move because it’s being exposed to the frequency it most readily vibrates to.
Emotions create vibrations similar to sound. We can pick up on the vibration of someone’s anxiety as they enter a room, and, if that emotion resonates with us, we could sympathetically vibrate. We could find ourselves experiencing anxiety without knowing the cause.
Why would an emotion resonate with us? Perhaps we grew up feeling that particular emotion often and so we are very familiar with it, or maybe we recently had a traumatic experience and our body still has a vivid recollection of that emotion.
What if I told you that I experienced sympathetic anxiety from an empty room? How is that possible?
That’s exactly what happened to me, and here’s how it went down. My partner, Janet, and I were clearing a house, which seemed to have pretty neutral energy until we reached the second floor. We could feel the anxiety on the landing, which led us toward the bedroom where it was coming from. The energy got stronger and stronger as we approached.
Janet walked in first and exclaimed about how powerful the emotion was. I walked in, and BAM! It hit me so hard. I’m having difficulty writing about it because I really don’t want my body to “remember” how it felt, but I had a severe reaction. My chest tightened and I felt extremely uneasy.
What I was feeling was the residual energy of a man’s anxiety. The man who had stayed in that bedroom had a psychological condition, which untreated, left him with high anxiety. His emotions were so elevated that they imprinted on the bedroom. In other words, a large portion of his emotional energy remained in the room, even though he hadn’t stayed there in several months.
We quickly went to the task of clearing the anxious energy from the room by burning salts and bringing in loving light. Janet sat down on the floor as we usually do while clearing a heavy room, but I was reluctant to sit. I told her how I was feeling and chose to sit near the doorway, hoping the air from the hallway would reduce the anxiety washing over me.
I sat for only a few seconds before nausea was added to my anxiousness. Although I really wanted to help Janet clear the room of this horrible emotion, I realized the situation was very unhealthy for me and so I got up and walked out. The hallway was no better at this point. I knew my body needed to get completely out of this anxiety zone so it could recover, so I went downstairs where I started feeling relief almost immediately.
Minutes later, Janet came down and we discussed my reaction. It shocked me how I couldn’t even last 5 minutes in a room with “merely” the residual energy from a human. I had lasted over an hour in the presence of the very heavy energy of the Dunce Cap Demon without feeling ill.
I came to the realization that I am extra sensitive to anxious energy because I have been experiencing anxiousness as a side effect of reducing a particularly strong medicine I take. That was an eye opener.
Anyone who is sensitive to energies or who feels others emotions (we call this being empathic) would have been affected by this room too, just, perhaps, not as strongly.
This anxiety room is a great example of why it’s important to be aware of the energy of your surroundings, especially your home. People are often triggered by residual energy and can’t figure out why they feel badly. Then, their own heightened emotions add new, fresher residual energy, thus creating a vicious cycle.
If you feel you have an energy or entity in your home that you aren’t comfortable dealing with on your own, please feel free to contact me.