You asked for your vibrational reading. You don’t agree…

You asked for your vibrational reading. You got it. You don’t agree… Here is a public answer
I measured someone’s vibration, re-measured 3 times. It was consistently 100.

We emailed back and forth, this is the last email that came, this morning:
Hello Sophie,
My last message to you was a kind of joke, I must apologize and thank you for your reply. The reason for my writing is to let you know for the final time that you are wrong. My vibration is somewhere around 350, not 100.
Your ‘measurement’ threw me off and brought me down! I was left to ponder and bounce this around my head for too long, (nearly 2 days) before it was finally undeniable that it was not the truth. I am now just left to wonder how often you make such mistakes. People that come to you for help may be vulnerable and I urge you to take caution. I believe that you think you are 100% (maybe just 99%) correct so I will not go into the $ side of this.
The main purpose of this email is to simply urge you to please go and check yourself. Healers are sometimes among the 1st to need healing. I do not personally want anything from you, or expect that you do, this is simply a plea.
Be well,
Thank you, you taught me a big lesson.
I am glad to share this email with everyone, and answer it publicly. This article is to clarify and explain what is the issue between the email writer and myself… And potentially between what you ask for and what you get.

This article may leave you disturbed, confused. Just hang in there.
Let’s go deep first… below the water level of the iceberg, OK? Language…
First off: my muscle test answers the question I ask. You may have asked a different question, meant a different question, had a different question in mind, but I will take it you asked the same question I will ask ‘Source’ in the muscle test, and therein lies the problem.
Language is both a tool of communication and a tool of deception. Intentional or unintentional
The way we speak it, the listener can only assume that they know what you said. In classes it takes me several minutes to succeed in making the speaker re-word what they said so it is clear and has only on meaning.

You don’t know what you say doesn’t mean anything. You think you are communicating.

And you don’t know what you hear doesn’t mean anything… you think you heard what you think you heard.

The language is a relational associative tool, everything is connected to everything in it… and that is both its strength and its pitfall.

Reality, collective hunch at best… but is that true through and through? What does language have to do with it?
In the Playground we learn and practice a kind of speaking that reduces every utterance to what’s real, what is not associative, not relational, not meaning, not interpretation, not concept, not generality, but real.

Because none of those (concept, generalities, etc.) can be real. If everyone has a different meaning for those, they are not real… real