From the chair that you may be sitting on, to the computer or phone you are looking at, to every cell in your body – everything is in a state of vibration. This may not be the common understanding, but it is not a new idea. Scientist Tesla (1856-1943) was quoted saying: “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” Another world famous genius agrees: “Everything in life is vibration” Physicist Albert Einstein (1879-1955).
To explain we must start at the lowest common denominator: Everything is made of atoms. Every atom is moving. Every atom has an electromagnetic vibrational wave field, an expression of its motion. Frequencies are measured in Herz (Hz) and used to determine and differentiate the vibrational patterns. So, an atom that is vibrating at a faster rate would be considered a higher frequency than one that is vibrating at a much slower rate.
The human body is made of atoms that individually and collectively emit frequencies, but we are further influencing and activating the motion of the atoms with our own conscious intent. Just like a pebble creates vibrations that appear as ripples, which travel outward in a body of water, our thoughts and nervous system signals create vibrations, that travel throughout the body and beyond.
We are part of a planet with positive and negative polarised fields. “In growth mode, your body’s cells can protect you from or heal almost anything.” Cellular Biologist, Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. “But growth and protection appear to be mutually exclusive behaviors in single cells; a cell cannot be in growth and protection at the same time. Simply, a cell cannot move forwards and backwards simultaneously.” In humans, the extremes of the two polarities might appropriately be described as love and fear resonance. Love fuels growth. In contrast, fear stunts growth and fuels dis-ease. The more stress, the less growth. The interference with growth due to chronic stress leads to dis-ease, since the body is unable to adequately maintain its metabolic vitality.
The word vibe (from vibration) is often used to describe a mood or a feeling that you pick up from someone or something. And to recap, in the vibrational world that is electromagnetic, there are only two kinds of vibrations, positive (+) and negative (–). In every moment, each of us sends out either a positive or negative vibration – to our body and our environment. And vise versa. Question is, is it in a positive or negative resonance?
This is why positive thoughts, intentions and perceptions are so important. And it also explains the mysteries of the placebo effect and the role of pyschosomatic stress.