Every living thing on the planet, including plants, is made up of particles, electrons, neutrons, protons, and some other forms of energy. Yes humans are beings made up of energy, we give off heat, and also give off other energy that is not always visible. Nonhuman animals are also beings made up of energy. Even in death this energy continues, as by laws of physics, energy can not be created or destroyed, it can only change forms. We both have conscious thought, emotion, some of the same basic desires (life, eat, sleep, sex, love, compassion, anger, and also to live without fear and pain), dna though it differs from species to species, and brains and other organs that keep our bodies functioning. Plants also have some of these same characteristics, but their level of consciousness is not fully known.
Most living beings are made up of a very large percentage of water humans are usually 60% water, and it varies again in each species as their percentage water makes up of their mass/bodies. With this in mind I bring up the experiment done by Dr. Masaru Emoto, where he took water blessed it, put samples into petri dishes, typed out messages attached to each dish, and froze it first at -25 C then at -5 C, and once removed the dishes had samples taken and were examined under a microscope, photos were taken and the results were amazing as you can see:
Chi of Love
You Make Me Sick I Will Kill You
As you can see the water samples with positive messages attached to them made beautiful crystaline patterns, while those with negative messages made very deformed and scary patterns. Again going back to all living beings being made up of so much water, imagine what thoughts like this would do to a living being. For example animals in factory farming situations, the feeling of crampedness, fear, anger/aggression, loneliness, pain, etc... also not being able to have a the daily connection with other beings and feeling love and positive emotions. Tie this in with the fact they are beings made up of energy, they are releasing this energy into the planet and to everything around them, not to mention where does that energy go once they die? Again energy is not created or destroyed, does it simply go out into the atmosphere and constantly surrounding us, invading the water, invade their flesh we consume for food, or their skins which we wear or sit on each day of our lives. If this is the case should we not wish to end this cycle? Would it not create a more positive loving world for us all if we did, by just eliminating this portion of negative energy that surrounds us all each and every day of our lives? Not to mention creating a better longer life for all beings. The amount of animals that are raised for food is alarming, so just one of them giving off this energy is bad, imagine billions of animals projecting this energy out into the planet, and not only the animals raised for food, but also the others used in medical experiments. If the energy does go into their flesh, as the flesh still does contain water, then are we not consuming these very thoughts? If we are then we are consuming all those emotions the animals experience in their lifetimes, and it invades our very being/consciousness. It simply boggles the mind, yet it goes on each and every day. Just by eliminating this part of what we do would vastly improve life on planet Earth so very much for ALL beings, not just humans. Oh and with all the food we grow to feed animals to slaughter, we could also end world hunger, as we'd have no need to feed billions of animals each year, it'd be a much smaller animal population.
With all this negative energy on the planet it throws things out of balance, something the Native Americans and Taoist, have taught for many generations. Everything needs to be in balance, yin and yang if you will. When things are out of balance in the negative sense it leads to only negative actions. Imagine putting things back into balance and removing negativity as much as possible, could we live more peaceful lives, ALL of us. The potential for less war, less crime, less greed, inhumane acts perpetrated on other living beings, and more acceptance of all, it could be amazing!
With nature we have thrown things all out of whack as well. In our growing need to raise more animals for food, we have cut down vasts amounts of forests, as well as using forests for paper and other products to meet our growing needs. We have damned up rivers, lakes, built irrigation ways, canals, and changed the natural flow of water ways. Built skyskrapers, and reformed the lands to meet our needs. We drill, drill, drill, and drill more for oil, dig for coal, gold, diamonds and other precious minerals all for our own satisfaction, all to an extreme. All of this throws nature out of balance, it changes the natural way nature works, weather patterns, causes drought, famine, etc... Again going back to the Native Americans, the tribes never took more than what they truly needed from the land, and put everything they did take to use. They truly understand the delicate balance between us and the Earth, and would never wish to upset this for future generations. "The Earth does not belong to us, we belong to the Earth." At the rate we take natural resources from the Earth, what will the planet become for future generations, if there are future generations with the way we are going. It is time to stop and find other ways to meet our needs and restore this delicate balance, step back and think of ALL on the planet and not just ourselves, also future generations as the Natives did, up to 7 generations out.
Taking all these resources, made up of protons, electrons, neutrons, energy, and interacts with each and every living thing on the planet, whether it be plant or animal. If we take to much it disrupts things, and could have dire consequences on us all. Yes even inanimate things like coal effects us, we need to remember this, it is a chemical compound. When we really stop and think about things from a broader perspective we will move forward and start to turn things around and restore a balance that is needed for us all.