Have you noticed how being in a room full of people has an effect on you? For example, the buzz that you get from being at a concert where everyone is waiting to have a good time? Or a football match, when your team have just scored a goal? Or when the opponents score?
Being in large groups can affect our energy and leave us feeling drained and washed out if we don't protect our energy and keep it separate to the 'group'. Whether the group is congregated for good or bad reasons, it is important that you know what is your stuff and what is the stuff of others.
Another example - if you commute. In London (UK), the commute to work can be one of the most depressing parts of your day and not always because you are affected by the journey. Sometimes, being in close proximity to lots of people who are not happy (to put it mildly) can bring your energy and mood down as well and you get into work already exhausted and ready for the day to be over.
If you recognise any of these situations or you recognise your response to them isn't really working for you, then let me help you understand your own energy, how you build it up, how you are using it and most importantly, how to keep it for yourself and unaffected by the thoughts, emotions and energy of others.