Probably - but then again, there is nothing wrong with asking a few questions...
Energy experienced as an atmosphere is very intriguing. Normally there is nothing physical to be aware of - you can't see anything untoward (at least most of us can't), but I doubt there are many who haven't walked into a room and not felt something - particularly if the people present have been arguing or involved in some especially energetic exchange of some kind. We can FEEL the energy present in the room. What 'parts' of us feel it? Our minds? I doubt that, the brain is always too busy to notice subtleties. Our mind-chatter doesn't feel... it simply processes - when it's not freaking out.
So what does feel the energy?
I once went house hunting. Times had been difficult for my children and I, and we were looking for a 'safe house' so to speak. I viewed many properties and none of them 'felt' right. In the end I found myself walking up the steps of a terraced stone cottage in a small village very close to Exmoor National Park. The door was large and heavy and opened into a hallway with terracotta tiles on the floor and a stable door at the back that opened out onto a small private garden. Up two more steps to the left and through another door into a large, sunny kitchen and I suddenly burst into tears. The Estate Agent didn't know what to do, she stood there awkwardly, twiddling her particulars... I had been overwhelmed with a welcome I had never felt before. I felt safe and loved by the energy in the house. It was as if I had truly come home. What was it that I was feeling? The house had been empty for some months - there was no one living there... it appeared empty.
It seems to me, this unknowable presence/vibration we call energy IS us - it is our thoughts, our ideas, our physical bodies, and it is all these things in their interconnectedness that 'pick up' and read the energy flowing in the moment. We are swirlling vortices of energy that draw to us similar vibrations, and we are constantly, CONSTANTLY changing... At the time of my visit, the energy in the house exactly matched what we needed. It was a perfect fit - the house comforted us and protected us - at least that's what it FELT like. As we changed, the fit was no longer there, and setting aside the fond attachments that could so easily have held us, we moved on. This is who we are. Constantly changing concentrations of energy, and that is why it seems to me when we remain stuck, we begin to decline. We have to move, expand and experience - that is the nature of existence.
Becoming aware of the presence of energy in ourselves and our environment IS expansive. I love to sit and feel the energy in my body - like a machine she hums and tingles - I feel electrical! I love the energy in the wind and the rain - I feel the excitement and expansion weather brings to my energy body - on wild and stormy nights I dance in the power and become one with it!
An open mind seems to be vital if we are to be receptive to change and transformation. Being in allowance of the new, the different and the extraordinary IS change in itself.
Change, as we know, is the only constant in the Universe; and it is change that weaves the very fabric of Life.