The "others" are in need of being transformed is the assumption.
Though this aspiration has at its core good intentions, it separates the fact that all of us have to behave in new ways for any change to happen.
Sending out energy, then going into traffic and swearing at people, or lying to your husband, or cheating in your business -- is what happens after the sending of the energy.
Rather than deluding ourselves that it's the "others" who need to be transformed, and is us, the "good" guys who will be the cause of change, why don't we simply, all of us, put into practice--in EVERY MOMENT: politeness, integrity, honesty, consideration, decency, generosity, caring, kindness . . . . Look people in the eyes, speak the truth from an open heart.
Guaranteed, that is a lot harder to do than sit in a group, feeling superior, as we bask (who is this for??), in the energy that we're sending out that is ostensibly supposed to cure the rest of the population.