Body’s reaction to spiritual energy

QUESTION: Masters two years ago I started having everyday almost all day headaches. They started around the same time I started doing Buddhism morning exercises. Mostly on the sides of the head, like massaging, sometimes stronger and disturbing. After some time, I discovered I have high blood pressure. Don’t know if it’s genetic or came from something else. The headaches lasted almost 1.5 years, then suddenly stopped. They started again this April when I participated a meditation retreat In Thailand. Now I have them while meditating. Another thing is tapping loud in my ears when going to sleep. Though it has been less while traveling last months in Asia. I would like to know what is the cause of the headaches, high blood pressure and tapping in the ears. What could I do to avoid them? What is the lesson to learn? ~Merit, Estonia

[In compliance with US law, the Spirit Masters do not diagnose or prescribe for medical conditions. Their observations are spirit-based and concern life lessons. Readers may like to review details of the Masters’ booklet/ebook on healing.]

ANSWER: Many physical bodies are overly sensitive to spiritual, nonphysical types of energy. These can originate from the movement of the soul’s essential kundalini, an opening into the universe connecting to life force energy, or the brilliance of unconditional Source love. Some bodies are rigid and not easily accommodating to additional energy within the structure of the body.

When new sources of vibrational energy are introduced to a place such as the head, they compete for space. When a person is meditating within a group, an additional supply of energy is added to the person’s own because the joint volume multiplies its impact on the body.

The purpose of meditation and Buddhist practices is to elevate the vibration of the body to a clearer, stronger connection to nonphysical beings. Your body is resisting the release of its control over the physicality of your shell. This has resulted in a battle with headaches and forces being applied internally. The high blood pressure is one indication. The ringing/tapping comes from a change in pressure such as what many people get while ascending to altitude or in an airplane.

The first batch of headaches lasted until your body became used to the changes going on. They returned because you were experiencing slightly different forms of meditation and again benefiting from the combination with others also participating in the retreat.

To lessen these effects, release all expectations, fears, and analysis of what is occurring. Relax your entire physical body and expand your emotional, spiritual, and mental bodies outward, enabling more room within for expansion of the vibrations. Begin with a series of deep breaths, releasing stress. Think of your body as being able to merge with the nonphysical world without being impacted in the physical realm.