Noise in the Signal
Isn't that outdated radio terminology or a little too "techy" for this site? What does that have to do with me and why write about it? I am SO glad you asked!
One of my teachers uses the phrase "noise in the signal" to describe and explain the sound distortions picked up during tuning sessions. The idea expressed by Eileen McKusick is based in the theory that our energy fields are electrical systems of storage and communication, and by clearing the field, we get "better reception."
Recently, I gained further insight to this concept in the form of a dream:
I'm trying to watch or hear a story with my daughter, but we cannot even follow the main plot due to background noise. I look around and find that the noise was classical music - which I enjoy! I turn off the music and go back to the story, but nope. Still can't hear it very well.
I look around more carefully... A-ha! This time, the culprit was a video game, and a violent one - which I don't like! Of course, I shut off the game screen but still hear some noise! Hmm. Oh! The game machine was still on! Off it goes, and finally, I can hear the object of my desired attention!
So, you ask, what's the point?
Consider this: we might need to pay attention to the distractions, just for a moment, just long enough to identify them and turn them off.
By addressing the "static" in our electrical energy fields or auras, we get the same effect as clearing the noise in the signal. This means we can hear ourselves again! It may result in better rest and more energy, or hearing that "still, small voice" we've been missing, or suddenly finding that our intuition is "right on" again.
Now I have a question for you: Are you willing to turn down the noise and silence the distractions?
Come by for a "Tune-Up" and find some Peace!
Interesting note: As I finish this article, I hear the Spring Peepers cheering me "onward and upward!"
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