Loosh is a fuel source for the energies that would have you fail. Loosh, being life force energy (chi, imbued with a purpose), can be either uplifting or down lowering. Loosh was the word devised by Robert Monroe (founder of The Monroe Institute), referring to the emotional energy radiated by animals and humans in dire circumstances that entail intense, severe pain and suffering in body and psyche. And so, “loosh,” in this usage, describes a negative experiential spectrum.
Loosh from painful and difficult circumstances is a desired fuel (for not-God energies) since it contains both the God Spark and the human creative spark. It’s a picnic near an anthill. Wonder who are you feeding? Some call these ones “the powers that were” emphasis – on the past and now on the decline.
On the other side of this, the planet is being bathed in uplifting loosh, coming from sources of love and light, helping us transform the planet. This positive loosh is irresistible and joyful!
Make no mistake, this hologram we call third dimension does have both positive and negative loosh. Our goal is to pay attention to our joyful happy moments, and laugh and optimize that, remaining balanced at every turn. As I say in my manifestation book, Be A Genie, you can recycle your sad unresolved emotions by practicing two-fers.
What Are Two-fer’s?
Every dark thought as it is recognized as dark (and we do this through training our self reflection to be instantaneous) is then followed by two or more positives – to transmute and transform that energy ourselves, rather than waiting for them to be harvested and used as fuel.
You’ve heard the phrase; Birds of a feather flock together. Well, your thoughts are like that too! Thoughts are little bits of energy or “chi-bits” that collect and merge into bigger “chi-bits” or thought-clouds. Like attracts like – so you are throwing breadcrumbs, just like in the tale of Hansel and Gretel.
Unresolved chi-bits will float away from you and find other chi-bits like themselves and merge with them, growing in size! They are loaded with your emotion. In fact, emotion is what colors chi – or gives it it’s purpose. When we imbue our thoughts with a purpose we are infusing emotion into the chi we have garnered. When we fail to express, resolve or recycle our emotion – eventually it floats away. This is where trouble can begin.
Why Is It Such a Good Fuel Source for Them?
Emotion is co-created, because you carry the Divine spark within you. This allows you to produce emotions that carry “God-energy.” It also means your discarded emotions, or loosh, can also be used as fuel for entities and energies that would hold you back. All the more reason to resolve or recycle your negative emotions. Make it a habit.
Follow the Flow
When humanity was created, humans were given the ability to co-create with God by infusing chi with a purpose; creating what is now known as emotion. Chi, or raw energy, exists everywhere in unlimited supply and is readily available for you to garner and imbue with your beliefs and desires. You do this almost constantly.
By filling chi with a purpose (e-motion), you create energy that is distinctly different from free-flowing energy or chi. Creating emotion moves chi from being 2-dimensional and flat into 3-dimensional consciousness and alive in the 3rd Dimensional reality.
Creating e-motion (energy in motion) is what humans do best. This “giving energy a purpose” is one of the privileges and distinctions of being in a 3-D body, and saturating chi with beliefs and desires that contain the God spark adds intensity and direction to all your events or relationships.
Surprise of the System
It was anticipated by God that emotion could cause pain and suffering so it was instilled with a certain limitation: it must be expressed. Initially this was meant to insure there wasn’t an overflow from one event to the next. In other words, emotion was meant to be used up in each moment of the creation of it.
All emotion must be expressed.
This means that once you create emotion from your own beliefs and desires the next step is to allow its expression. Understanding this flow will help you begin to grasp how important it is to not only express but to resolve your emotions as well. At some point, instead of resolving our unexpressed emotions we developed all kinds of other ways of dealing with it. We pushed it into the body; we buried it in the emotional body, or the mental body or worse.
All these made humanity sick. Humans are still discovering thousands of ways we have done this – and now are undoing it. We pushed it in memory – and started to use replay to create MORE hurts and wounds.
Playing with fire
When you are finished with it you put it away. If you don’t it will grow while you are not looking. Everything in the universe is moving and shifting. Everything in the universe wants to evolve, including emotion. It’s alive with your loosh!
Your emotion is like fire. Fire is very useful. We use it for so many things in our modern life. But if we start a fire, and fail to put it out it will grow. Very few fires die out on their own especially when they have a ready supply of fuel. Since you know there is plenty of chi to supply your emotional trauma and drama – you can see how you could be feeding alligators unwittingly.
What if you don’t let it go? What if you cannot let it go?
This is where the trouble begins. The action of resolution validates you. It completes the circuit of creation/resolution. If you are not accustomed to self-validation this will not feel like “enough.” This is when you begin to replay your wounds creating a downward spiral that is harder and harder to extricate yourself from.
Additionally you attract entities and energies that “feed” off your unresolved emotions, your loosh. (Remember, it is chi imbued with your “God-Spark” purpose!) This can pull you into the fourth-dimensional vortex-type energy, dragging you down, creating an energetic cyclone, sucking the loosh that literally feeds the fire of hurt emotion.
Resolve or Recycle your emotions
You honor your experience of an event and let it go. It means you express your anger, disappointment, rage or whatever and then let it go. If you cannot, then move to recycle! If you must repeat it, limit your expression to only three times. Keep track. If you keep reviewing your emotion – you are simply replaying it, and refueling – not resolving it. If you do manage to suppress it – it will come out in illness and hopefully you’ll deal with it then!
The water cooler effect
Humans gather in the office around the water cooler, the coffee shop or the bar to share their experiences. Somewhere the habit of comparing “bad” experiences started. “You think that’s bad, you should hear my story!” But it’s time to walk away. Step away from those situations and groups—no words are necessary. Choose, in each moment of discovering your unresolved emotions– to recycle or resolve them.
For further information read: Reweaving the Fabric of Your Reality