I'm not sure if we're thinking of the same thing but the dots most people see when looking at the sky are actually leukocytes moving in the blood vessels behind the retina and absorbing additional blue light making smooth blue surfaces (such as the sky) appear dotted or fluid. This makes particular sense of seeing gold dots as the absence of the absorbed of blue light causes an excess of red and green light remaining from any reflected white light which is manifested in the human eye as being yellow.
Moving on from that though assuming that you're not talking about light entropy. Most people see energy in some form or another with a colored hue. If it's been caught on video then I'd quite like to see such a video just so that I know exactly what you're talking about. It's not beyond the realms of possibility that energy work could affect the path of photons although it's not very common, I don't know to what extent energy work has been captured on video before and I can't say how much of its perception is held in physics as opposed to the mind. In either case though I'd say that, assuming what you're seeing is actual energy, it's probably just another part of it. I would say now though that there's a lot of visual events that can cause these dots to occur and I wouldn't hold too much faith in them being actual energy.