The Principle of Vibration

The Principle of Vibration

The Principle of Vibration states that all is in motion; nothing is at rest; the Universe is dynamic!

The idea was known to Hermeticists centuries, if not millennia, before science finally confirmed it toward the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. We now know that everything in the Universe is energy and that everything has a rate of vibration. This is not limited to material things either. There is an entire spectrum of energy, from the lowest form of matter to the Creator. Heraclitus saw this truth over two thousand years ago when he said, “Everything flows, nothing stands still.”

The  Hermetic  Teachings  are  that  not  only  is  everything  in  constant  movement  and vibration,  but  that  the  “differences”  between  the  various  manifestations  of  the universal power are due entirely to the varying rate and mode of vibrations. Not only this, but that even THE ALL, in itself, manifests a constant vibration of such an infinite degree of intensity and rapid  motion  that  it  may  be  practically  considered  as  at  rest,  the  teachers  directing  the attention of the students to the fact that even on the physical plane a rapidly moving object (such as a revolving wheel) seems to be at rest. The Teachings are to the effect that Spirit is at one end of the Pole of Vibration, the other Pole being certain extremely gross forms of Matter. Between these two poles are millions upon millions of different rates and modes of  vibration (The Kybalion).

This is an amazing statement. If this is true, then this principle is extremely important to those of us who desire to live to our fullest potential. If we could learn how to change the vibratory rate of phenomena, then we would be modern-day alchemists of a sort.

There is one basic “substance” in the Universe. In Hinduism, it is called akasa. It is understood as the basis and essence of all things. There are different forms of akasa, such as a chair, a book, a thought, a dream, an angel, Soul, etc. The difference between these is the rate of vibration of the particular reality. The All has the ability to fashion all things by controlling the rate of vibration. This is how all things come to be. Akasa is malleable and pliant to one who knows how to control the frequency, amplitude, and phase of vibrations.

Ayurveda literally means in Sanskrit, “the knowledge for long life.” It is a traditional form of Hindu medicine that has its origin in the Vedic Period in India. Ayurveda has a very intriguing view of the subject we are discussing here:

Ayurveda sees the world in a very similar way to the quantum scientists. Separation is an illusion: the quantum view of energetic connections between microscopic domains mirrors Ayurvedic principles of a holistic universe in which the fundamental elements (particles) of existence are ever present in a vibrational primordial “stew” in which all potential exists. Pulsating energies create existence and create the conditions we experience as we pass through each phase of our consciousness. We are manifestations of a greater power than we understand and have so much more potential than we realize. We are not the captives of a limited world view or set of external circumstances, our potential is limitless. We are created to be whole and healthy and have the gift of emotional intelligence, intellect and a sense of enquiry to help us feel the full range of human experience and to move our lives forward. Lofty sentiments, but this is why we are here. Misery, depression and joyless existence are poor options when the alternatives are so much better and within reach (The Akasha Field & Prana).

We are quite fortunate to be discovering these things at this moment in history. We are on the cusp of the next evolutionary leap in consciousness. As this quote states, our potential is limitless! We are beginning to understand things that will revolutionize our lives and the Earth.

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