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Vibration

Posted on | November 18, 2008 | No Comments

Vibration

The Kybalion states that “Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.” Remember this saying long predates our current understanding of atomic theory and resonates perfectly with the developing “string” theory in physics. Think of vibration as the communication system between the planes of correspondence-the language understood on all planes.

The principle states that not only is everything in constant movement and vibration, but that the “differences” between the various manifestations are due entirely to the varying rate and mode of vibrations. You know there are some sounds you can’t hear, and colors of the spectrum in the ultraviolet and infrared spectrums we can’t see. Why should it be any different with any of our other senses? There are sound vibrations we can’t hear. There are odors we can’t smell. There are things beyond our senses of taste and touch. It’s easy to think of the areas beyond our sense of sight and sound as vibrations occurring outside the range of our sensory capacity. It shouldn’t be too hard to imagine vibrations beyond our other senses as well. All senses have vibration frequencies that are both too slow and too fast for normal human perception. When we understand that we can only perceive a very, very small range of the possible vibrational spectrums through our five senses, you’ll understand that we humans have a very limited understanding of the material universe. Take that a step further and question why we generally recognize or at least regularly exercise only five senses.



I believe we have more than five senses, most of which we simply never recognize. Like a muscle that is never used, these other senses atrophy over time. Our spectrum of senses, according to the principle of vibration, should be as vast as the spectrums of light and sound. Understanding the principle of vibration unlocks the physical constraints we place on human existence and gives us a language through which to communicate with other planes of existence and manifestation. If vibration is the language between planes, the next principle, Polarity, is the infrastructure.

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