Could my higher consciousness adversely effect the people around me?

 Jade Congleton (@Jade-Congleton)5 years, 10 months ago

I have been going down a spiritual path for years, with the last few years finally producing real and noticeable energy and vibrational effects. Up until this, I have been sensitive to energies around me and can cause ripples without meaning to. That’s the reason I began to study more, so my random outbursts or thoughts don’t cause me annoying backlash. I understand how energy works and sometimes over thinking can cause what you think about to manifest. It can be the same with thinking of someone as well. I have someone who used to be in my life that for good reason is no longer in mylife, however I live in a small town so we occasionally run into each other. Now when that happens, it causes me to obviously think about that person. Not romantically but just, ok great he’s back in my mind again gee thanx! The problem is, this person has gone out of their way to express to me that they cannot stop thinking about me and especially can’t stop dreaming about me. This wasn’t in a, I miss you so bad kind of way….it was almost panicky, like he wanted me to assure him he wasn’t going insane. Asking me what it meant and why it was happening. He sought me out for answers being totally unaware of my personal spiritual path. We never talked about it therefore, he had no way of knowing I wouldn’t call him a weirdo and run the other way. I don’t dream about him any more often then I do other people in my life. Could my thoughts about this person added to my heightened awareness be driving him CRAZY? Is this a dangerous combination? 

November 23, 2015 at 1:15 am
JonH (1,139)C (@IJesusChrist) 5 years, 10 months ago ago

Don’t give yourself so much credit.

Peter (116) (@Gismo) 5 years, 10 months ago ago

LoL, yeah I’ll second that – even if it were, you can’t possibly take responsibility in the sense that you should stop developing yourself in order to try and contain someone elses problems.. Of course you can try to help him, but the higher your awareness the better suited you are to help.. 

Jade Congleton (0) (@Jade-Congleton) 5 years, 10 months ago ago

I wasn’t giving myself “credit” no matter what your shallow meaning of that is. It was a question on if it were possible….but thank you for not helping at all. I’m sure you live in a world where you aren’t capable of much which is why you’d ‘assume” I’d have to be giving myself “credit” to be capable of what you think you aren’t capable of. 

JonH (1,139)C (@IJesusChrist) 5 years, 10 months ago ago

A person with ‘higher consciousness’ would never have replied to my comment like this.

You aren’t going to like reading this:

Reading your post, all I really see is you stroking your ego. You reiterate that you have a very high consciousness, and that some boy is dreaming about you. That’s all you basically said. The fact the boy is dreaming about you is most likely because you were his first real relationship, one of the people he first truly was addicted to, hence he is having a hard time letting go. This is not uncommon, higher consciousness or not. It’s a sign that the relationship was unhealthy – at least he was highly dependent on you. It is up to him (not you) to learn how to deal with this and overcome it. He needs to realize he had an unhealthy dependence on you.

You, on the other hand, should know this, and the higher your consciousness, the easier this will be to see. He is simply feeling remorse for his inability to fill his dependence on you, which was unhealthy and immature to begin with. Your thoughts are not the major contributor to this guy. 

Beyond that, the whole ‘sensing’ vibes isn’t higher consciousness. It’s just consciousness. We all have it, it is just that people mask it, they try to remove it, as it doesn’t fit the bill – it’s unpopular, it’s not ‘cool’, and most of all, its often uncomfortable. What I’d like to say in reply to this post as a whole, is take yourself off the pedestal. 

I agree that you may be more in-tune to ‘energy’ or however you’d like to term it, than your peers, but this is because they have hidden it, they’ve covered it up, and most likely they are in pain because of it. Not obvious pain, not blatant pain, but a haze in front of them. Don’t put yourself above them, put yourself below them so you can support them.

Erich Eisenhart (121)C (@eyeslikeskies) 5 years, 10 months ago ago

I second Jon! 

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