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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Why you want to stay away from negative energy at "all cost"?

    What is actally this negative energy for you?
    I have a good example of the sort of negative energy that affects me most.

    Last night I went with my partner to visit his elderly mother in her rest home. We took along her toy poodle, Sammy, who we now look after. She was in such a crabby, negative, critical mood that by the time we left we both felt utterly drained to the core. I felt it starting to happen during the visit and did my "energy projection" thing, but she just vacuumed that up in a trice.

    After we left I noticed that Sammy the dog was also hanging his head down. I said to my partner: "Look! She's even managed to suck all of the joy out of Sammy!".

    To be fair, she isn't always like this and she has had a terrible year healthwise, culiminating in her moving to the rest home. But when she's in a bad mood, her energy-sucking powers rival that of Count Dracula himself!

    I think she is an ISFJ, by the way.
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    I'd have to agree with CaptainChick. I just feel so uncomfortable when other people project out their negative vibes, and as a result I mostly tend to withdraw within myself more. Warm, happy vibes definitely allow me more freedom to be myself, which can be a great boost on a rather poor day.

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    Very interesting all of you are talking about people.

    No one talks about negtive events/facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Very intereting all of you are talking about people.

    No one talks about negtive events/facts.
    No need to talk about facts. Facts are facts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    No one talks about negtive events/facts.
    Negative events...? I don't remember any negative events that didn't include other people. Do you mean like... I walk down the street, fall down and break my leg? I would feel a bit angry to myself to be so clumsy, but I would accept the fact that I have a cast now for a month and get on with it.

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    I mean things like vulcanic eruptions , tsunamies , earthquakes ..... and stuff like that.

    There is no human cause but there is a lot of dead people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I mean things like vulcanic eruptions , tsunamies , earthquakes ..... and stuff like that.

    There is no human cause but there is a lot of dead people.
    Those things do create massive amounts of so-called "negative energy", but deliberately created disasters are worse. When I visited Ground Zero in New York a few years ago the air palpably shimmered with the power of what had occurred there. I could only stand it for a brief period before I had to escape.
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    Oh, that kind of stuff. Hmm... I still dont remember anything.

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    Negative events really have no impact on me unless its directly related to me (as in a family member dying).

    I remember acting entirely normal during the entire 9/11 frenzy.

    But you put me near someone who antagonizes against a good group laugh and tries to steal the conversation for purposes of subjects nobody's interested in just for their own self-benefit of things THEY want to talk about with little regard of others, and I'm deeply furious.

    Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"

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    So, it is all about people. (more or less)

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