Changing Your Social Field Environment
A family dinner, a business meeting and a social gathering are all examples of social field environments. When you hear someone say, “You could cut the tension in the room with a knife,” in essence this is referring to a turbulent field environment. Animated discussions in business meetings that spiral down into arguments can leave people in the room feeling, “Why even be in here?” In contrast, you’ve also probably been in places with people communicating from their heart space and heard comments that the energy in the room (field environment) was upbeat, heart-based and inspired creative interaction and solutions. The people felt refreshed and energized by the positive social field environment.
Most people have experienced the situations above. The collective energy in a room makes up the social field environment, which vibrates at a certain pitch. The overall room pitch or vibration is based on the collective pitch of the individuals in the room. Often when a few individuals take the initiative, they can change the collective room vibration by increasing their own pitch.
This can be done by radiating the attitudes of peace and flow into the field environment while doing deep heart listening with the intent to remain in your heart without judgment. Then, sharing from your heart becomes easier and more objective. Though we can’t help it at times, judgments and criticisms are, in most cases, responsible for bringing down the communication pitch in field environments.
With practice, we can learn to reset our personal pitch while communicating with others by returning to deep heart listening. As individuals practice resetting their pitch, the stronger the positive field environment becomes. This makes it easier for all to experience a higher ratio of coherent interaction and saves a great deal of energy.