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Esther Reveals Why He Throws His Tools.

Esther Reveals Why He Throws His Tools.

This discussion revolves around the practice of meditation and its relationship with connecting to one’s inner being or higher self. The speaker explains that meditation is a tool used to quiet the mind, which allows for the release of resistance and the natural dominance of Source energy or higher vibrations.

The transcript highlights the experiences of the person referred to as Esther during her meditation practice. It mentions that initially, she experiences a state of numbness, which is followed by sensations of movement in her body. These sensations, such as twitches and itches, are described as the energy of Source beginning to dominate her vibration and dissolve any lower vibrational frequencies related to resistance or negative emotions.

As Esther progresses in her meditation practice, she starts to feel the impulses to move, yawn, or respond to music. These movements and responses are attributed to the non-physical aspect of her being, which is in tune with broader perspective or Source energy. It is emphasized that allowing these movements and responses is a positive sign of being in an open and receptive state, aligning with the energy of Source.

The transcript also touches upon the idea that the experience of Source energy can vary from person to person. Each individual may perceive or feel it differently, akin to how different sounds are heard by different individuals or animals. The speaker suggests that one’s own emotions and state of being can influence the perception of Source energy. For example, feeling love and appreciation enhances the connection and perception of Source energy, while negative emotions like anger or despair may distort its perception.

Throughout the discussion, it is emphasized that meditation and the resulting connection with Source energy are not strange or unusual phenomena. Instead, they are seen as natural aspects of one’s being and an alignment with one’s true self. The purpose of meditation is described as closing the gap between the physical self and the inner being, allowing one to be more aligned with their authentic self and enjoy life more fully.

In summary, the transcript explores the experiences of Esther during her meditation practice, emphasizing the importance of quieting the mind, allowing Source energy to dominate one’s vibration, and experiencing the resulting sensations and movements as indicators of alignment and connection with one’s inner being.

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