“If you want to learn the secrets of the universe, think of energy, frequency, and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla
If you think of reality as a gigantic satellite radio, we are all frequencies that are being broadcast through the same receiver. This satellite radio (aka: God/the Universe/love/all-that-is) offers an endless amount of stations all at once, and you can dial in to any frequency that feels best. Simply put, think of this…just because you may turn to Z100 on the radio dial, it doesn’t mean that HOT97 doesn’t exist, it’s just that Z100 is the particular frequency that you prefer to vibrate on, because this station has the melodies that move you. Others may find their rhythm from different melodies, but all of life is music nonetheless.
Our frequencies in our daily life manifest in what you “frequently see”. Whether through synchronicities, miracles, hardships, or tribulation, there are always valuable lessons to be learned from what you’re attracting in accordance to your vibration. Like moths to a flame, you will always attract situations that are in exact alignment with your vibration, as every person, place, or experience becomes magnetized to you as a mirror to reflect what you’re reflecting. You can learn from the experience and vibrate higher, or these same experiences will continue to manifest themselves until your frequency changes.
“The knower of the mystery of sound knows the mystery of the whole universe.” – Hazrat Inayat Khan
The notion of the importance sound/frequency/vibration has been understood by many mystery schools, Tibetan Monks, and Sufi mystics, and has been further analyzed through the study of Cymatics. Cymatics is the study of the visual effects of sound on matter. In the photo below, a Cymatics study came to show that the Om sound frequency moves matter into the same geometric shape as seen in the Sri Yanta Mandala.
All is free choice, and the melodies of the music of your life can move your universe however you wish. Just understand that the “music” that moves through you, moves the matter/what matters in the reality you’re creating.
"This, then, is the ultimate paradox of thought: to want to discover something that thought itself cannot think."- Soren Kierkegaard
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