The Body As Energy
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” -Nikola Tesla
Everything in the Universe is energy. All matter is condensed energy. Your body is just that: energy that has been condensed.
Some human bodies are more condensed than others. Some parts of your body are more condensed than others. Nature and the Universe are perpetually seeking balance. Your body is no different. As this Force of Intelligence tries to convey to you that your body is out of balance, you may interpret this condensed energy as tension, stiffness, pain and overall general discomfort.
Every human being is capable of both experiencing their own energy and expanding it. When you expand your energy you are making it less dense; it becomes less condensed. There are several ways this can be done:
Physically, exercising and breathing quite literally puts more space into your body. I like to think of it as the body reclaiming its space.
Mentally, by cultivating your curiosity you become more open. Your rigidity loosens up and your mind becomes more spacious; less clouded by restricting thought patterns.
The mind and body are one, so when you exercise your mind to be more fluid it opens up your physical body. The same is true that when you open up your physical body, you open up the mind. This opening or loosening up typically brings old mental patterns and emotions to the surface so they can be acknowledged and ultimately let go.
Speaking of emotions...emotions are pure energy. Energy in motion: E-motion. Emotions move through your body like a wave, as long as you let them move through. They begin, they rise, they crest, they release. The problem is that we have been conditioned to brace against our emotions. When we brace against them, or worse, avoid them altogether, we lock them in place. We are actually holding onto them and storing them in our psyche: both our mind and body.
Your emotions are the key to expansion. When you expand your energy you experience the Truth of Who You Really Are.