Scorpio exchanges energy. It is the hallmark of the sign. I wrote this post in 2009. It may anger you. Sorry! This is a good post for today’s sun, Mars and Mercury in Scorpio. I also said I’d write on this topic so I’m getting started. Two birds down with one post!
Things change over the years. We used to talk about “energy thieves” for example. If you search this blog, you’ll find posts on this topic. Today we live in a world where everyone is special and entitled which is beyond delusional!
Here’s the old post, with edits italicized…
Hitchhiking on a person’s energy is your own business but things change when you have a regular source. I realize other people will see this differently but I have strong feelings about this.
I’ve been a source for many, for as long as I can remember. I’m talking about back to when I was a teenager. “Go get, Elsa! She’ll have an idea!” People routinely feed off this blog and the people it attracts, which tracks back to me. They particularly feed off my pain when I express it.
Don’t think for one minute I don’t know it. They get a extra-credit meal when I blow a gasket…. gobble, gobble, gobble.
When you continually feed off someone and when you routinely benefit from them, you owe them. (see related – Scorpio – The most undervalued sign in relationship by far). Also note – This is in the realm of Scorpio Style Metaphysics.
For example, my husband is a rich source of energy for me. He’s spent his entire life at the far end of the continuum in every way possible. Due his intellect and the training of same, it’s a great privilege to access his quality energy…which winds up on this blog in some form. The energy is transformed and passed along.
If you understand this, do you think it would be cool if I dissed him? Would it be funny or okay if I took and took and took and never gave anything back? Obviously not.
People who have quality energy, know they have quality energy. Their energy is of quality because they’ve honed it. If you’re lucky enough to run into someone like this, it behooves you to appreciate what they offer. I have a story to illustrate.
I was contacted a couple weeks ago by an old pal. He’s a double Scorpio I met via my original blog probably around 2002. He’s an ex-green beret who befriended me. We’ve been in intermittent contact since.
As the pattern goes, there’s an intense exchange of emails over some period of time (weeks not days) and then he goes periscope down. He goes so far down I don’t know if I will ever hear from him again but I never worry about it. I know he can keep a confidence and would never harm me. I know via instinct, I’m not being mined for a nefarious purpose.
This is an example of an exchange of energy. Neither of us mess around much. He surfaced to ask me how I was doing. I sent him an account, with every wart, included. I just laid it out sort of like those frogs they make you dissect in high school. I splayed it out.
Did he get a meal? Yes.
And he responded with his own quality energy.
This is the way it works…
Back here in 2023 – Think of all the fake stuff out there. All the superficial distractions. It’s like junk food. Eat all day and never feel satisfied. If you have a person in your life, who actually serves you quality and all you ever do is consume, what does that make you?
If you have a rich source of energy, it knows when you steal. The people who opted to contribute here?
That was an energy exchange but it was more than that. The energy the individual gave was multiplied exponentially via their intention to not only support me but to provide for others. They’re sharing.
That’s another concept to consider; it comes from my husband. A Green Beret is a “force multiplier”. One of them parachute in and raise an army, see?
ONE person = an Army.
The idea is to be a source, yourself. What does a kind word cost, anyway? How hard is it to not be an asshole?
If it’s that hard, then you can thank me for identifying your number one problem!
To be clear, no one is ALWAYS a source and everyone is a SINK on occasion. But minding the energy that flows between you and the people in your life, is imperative in my mind. It’s your job to do, as is caring for the people who actually invest their energy to benefit yours.
Nothing is expected when a person is running on empty, but if you HAVE and you take and take, over time, and never get back, then you are an energy thief. It’s gross when you’re adult. Like you have a 500K and you’re siphoning someone’s gas.
One more remark. I started to thank people for their support over these last few days, adding this comment – “I hope this comes back to you tenfold.” I have already heard from someone who saw the cash come back to her in a positive way. I was not surprised!
Since that worked, I’m going to edit. “Tenfold” can be “one hundredfold”. Again, it’s metaphysics. Force multiplier of other people’s resources aka 8th house. I have Jupiter tied to my 8th. See how that works?
If you’re someone who consistently receives from some person(s) in your life, why not offer something of yours? It’s strange how some people know this inherently and I’ll give you an example of this…
There’s a group of sisters I’ve worked with for years. I work with all of them, independently, for at least ten years. I love these women. So when one of them was going to buy the Saturn in Pisces Guide, I invited her to copy it to her sisters. Makes sense, right? They have spent money with me for years. They’re having a hard time and I’m in a position to gift them. Exchange of energy, see?
So what did this gal do? One sister needed the guide as well, so she bought two, explaining she felt I gave way too much as it was. She said she would never take my work like that. Same type of person as Scorpio Metaphysics gal. The math on this is in her head and on her soul and if you’re like this, you just don’t play.
Why not? “For every action there is an equal and opposite direction.” The last thing you want to do walk through life, accruing debt.
Do right by people; but especially do right with people who do right by you. Good topic for the Scor/Taur opposition. Energy/Tangible value.
It reminds me of the rich person with no dollar for the busker. Common, but unfathomable to me.