Everything is made of energy and has a distinct frequency or vibration. The Divine Law of Vibration states that nothing rests, everything moves, everything vibrates… With today’s technology, quantum physicists have shown that matter may appear to be solid, but when you look at it through extremely high powered microscopes to see its smallest components: molecules, atoms, neutrons, electrons, photon, etc. it is space filled with frequency and vibration. You, your table, and your car seem solid, but it is the frequency of the vibration of the energy that makes these things different. Not only does your body, but your thoughts, words, desires, intent, and feelings, have distinct vibrations. Your vibrations affect everything around you in your environment, including people, animals, vegetative, and inanimate objects, and they in turn affect you and all become part of universal knowledge. The philosophical and scientific basis for this Law of Vibration can be found in quantum physics and in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Energy is related to matter and the speed of light. This is Einstein’s famous E = mc2 equation. When two frequencies are brought together, the lower will always rise to meet the higher. This is the principle of resonance.
In order to better understand the interaction between speech and metal atoms, if there is indeed a connection, we have to return to this idea of vibrations.
Wiebe came across a page called Universal Law online, and on it he found a lot of interesting thoughts concerning the laws of the world and vibration.
They have a video called The Truth of You, and in it they propose that we are vibrational and energy beings that create by our thoughts, and manifest by our emotions and feelings. They also note that human emotions have the ability to change the shape of DNA, and that your DNA has a direct effect on the external world.
Henry makes reference to a certain Sir James Jeans. He is referring to James Hopwood Jeans, born September 11, 1877 in Ormskirk, Lancashire. He was a physicist and mathematician, and was the first to propose that matter is continuously created throughout the universe. He is probably most known as a writer of popular books about astronomy.
But what is the significance of what Richard Conn Henry said about creating our own reality? Let’s join Walia for his conclusion:
Studies have shown that positive emotions and operating from a place of peace within oneself can lead to a very different experience for the person emitting those emotions and for those around them. At our subatomic level, does the vibrational frequency change the manifestation of reality? If so, in what way? We know that when an atom changes its state, it absorbs or emits electromagnetic frequencies, which are responsible for changing its state. Do different states of emotion, perception and feelings result in different electromagnetic frequencies? – Arjun Walia
We’ve been exploring the connection between words and energy.
This has led me to some interesting places with my ongoing search, and I recently stumbled upon an article called The Power of Words: How Words Affect Your Energy.
In our day to day lives, we tend not to think too deeply in terms of the words we write and speak.
But as we examine the world of quantum physics, it becomes clearer that words are also a form of energy, and once spoken they transform into vibrations.
There are some pretty radical ideas in the article I just mentioned, but they are worth considering. Here are some of the key points:
- Words create magical effects. According to author PL Chang, the term magic refers to the “art of using natural forces to direct and control energy to produce a desired effect.”
- Magic has a strong relationship with magnetic and electrical energy. The most powerful thing in the universe is energy.
- Sound is able to direct energy since it contains certain frequency patterns that attract energy to flow in a controllable manner.
- Nearly all words in the English language are carefully designed to produce magical effects.
Have you ever thought of words in this way before?
Do words indeed produce magical effects?
Have words in the English language really been designed in such a way to create magic?
Nikola Tesla was born on July 10, 1856 in modern-day Croatia. He was an inventor, electrical and mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist. He is most known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system.
On a basic level, does it seem unusual for an electrical engineer to say that the secrets of the universe are hidden in energy, frequency and vibration? Not terribly.
And yet, this quote is used as evidence to back up philosophies and spiritual beliefs such as The Law of Attraction.
As we established last time, Albert Einstein also noted that “everything in life is vibration.” Like Tesla, Einstein too was a physicist.
So the question now becomes: it is primarily physicists who see the world as vibration, and is there a specific reason why they see it that way?
There’s a quote by Albert Einstein that I’ve been drawn to recently, and it is quite simply this:
Everything in life is vibration.
These days, vibrations are often talked about in connection with The Law of Attraction. The idea is that if we are vibrating at higher frequencies, we bring good into our lives. If we’re emitting lower frequencies, we draw bad into our lives.
This would suggest that we have some control over the frequencies we’re putting out. I have to wonder if the words we say has some kind of impact on these “vibrations” too.
But Einstein said everything is vibration, not just human beings. That would suggest that water is vibration. Clouds are vibration. Plants, animals and living things are vibrations. Does that mean that we’re all made of the same stuff?
And how do our vibrations impact others? How do their vibrations impact us? What effect do we have on earth, and what influence does it have on us? What about space, time, and the universe? What prompted Einstein to say that everything in life is vibration?