Although Energy Work is still regarded as “woo woo practice" somewhere in between non-scientific and non-spiritual, there is not a single person who doesn't have unexplainable inner sensations at times, be it physically, hearing messages, getting sudden promptings or even seeing things. You may degrade them as 'just' being your imagination, but a deeper look into the purpose of these inner perceptions can reveal that there resides a different level of intelligence within us. We all know what a 'gut feeling' is. Inner signals can give us information beyond what our intellectual mind can perceive or process. Energetic Sensations are not new - but what is changing is that more and more of us experiencing them on a daily basis.
So, we're dealing with an empirical phenomenon, another level of unseen foreces, and like with so many new sciences, we are looking at the dawn of a new human consciousness discipline yet to be fully explored by mainstream science, but familiar and well documented by the early navigators of the healing and precognition arts that have exitsted in all civilizations throughout the history of humanity.
Reading and working with inner and outer energies can be learned by anyone! Sadly, we have been programmed to disregard or even shut down our inner energetic sensitivity and thus never learned how to develop our inner perception as child. If we did we all would be familiar with our inner energetic compass and knew how to listen and follow our energetic perception.
We all have the ability to sense when things are off or in line. In Energy Work we call these sensations Dissonances and Resonances - energies that are in line with our inner energetic frequency or in opposition. For most of us it’s the easiest to make out dissonances. Something doesn’t feel right and an inner subtle voice tells us to refrain from it. It is a very basic but also very important sense and integral part of our innate survival system. If we are not already familiar with our inner lexicon of energetic signals, we typically disregard this inner prompting only to find out later, that we already ‘knew’ it wasn’t the right decision for us.