Vibration: The response of harmony or discord of all things to all things.
It may seem odd to you at first, still it will be helpful for you to begin to accept yourself as a Vibrational Being, for this is a vibrational Universe in which you are living, and the Laws that govern this Universe are Vibrationally based. www.abraham-hicks.com
Everything moves, everything vibrates. What you see, touch, taste, hear and smell comes to your perception through vibrations. It is all a matter of degree or rate of vibration. From the chair you sit on, to the food you eat, from the sun which warms your body, to the clothes you wear, you experience them because of their vibratory energy. Everything in the universe is interconnected. Nothing and no one exists outside of this connection. Therefore, what you think and feel reflects way beyond the limits of your physical space. They reflect and project into the very ether surrounding this earth. That’s why sensitive people can know the thoughts and feelings of others without a word being spoken.
The following quotation describing energy is from The Imagineer-Second Level, Final Key by Jairus Shiloh (C) 2005.
Energy – “Everything in the Universe is made of energy. Little bursts of energy that forms every physical thing. We are all truly the Light, in a sea of light. Everything is made of these energy units, in ever-bigger mosaics. When the mosaics are big enough, and are focused on, they become what we consider solid objects. They are not truly ‘solid’. They simply manifest in the physical world as solid.
All things and all consciousness are in this sea of energy, and of it. So, you can see that all things are connected. This makes it easier to understand how you can produce movement in the Universe, to bring about what you desire. Just as when you drop a stone into a lake, the ripples radiate out from the center. You see, in the sea of energy, it is the same. But rather than the dropping of a stone, the sea of energy must be rippled by the force of its creator. That force is your divine imagination.
This sea of energy is the only reality. What we live in everyday is the physical manifestation of what parts of the sea we have been focusing on – consciously or not. It is ourselves, shown outside of us, for study. Do you understand, then, that you cannot change your outside – by changing your outside? It is by changing your inside that will cause the change in your outside. As you grow inside, your outer world will reflect it. You need not toil or strain. You do still need to keep studying your outside, and learning from it. That never stops, until you reach spiritual perfection.”
From our limited point of view, we seem small and insignificant when compared to the unfathomable Universe. This is because our ego only deals with the whole of life based on what it can comprehend with the basic five senses. However, there is much more to existence than what our bodies can detect in this way.
This has caused us to view everything as separate, when in fact; each of us is a part of and at one with the whole Universe and everything in it. From the sun and moon, the planets, galaxies, flowers, trees, insects, animals, rocks/crystals, to other people, we are inseparable, we are one.
Because we are all one, we all help to form this rich tapestry we call life. This feeling of separateness has caused many of the problems we experience in the world today. Many of those problems would seem to dissipate miraculously if we would come to realize we are one with the whole Universe and that what affects one affects us all.
In reality, we are all just one energy form manifested into seeming solidity and individuality by the molecules/atoms that comprise the object, animate or inanimate, due to varying rates of vibration.
What Is Energy?
The universe is made up of matter and energy. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. Knowing this, then, you might ask, what is energy? Webster’s Dictionary describes Energy as “a vigorous exertion of power”. The Oxford Dictionaries define energy as:
- the strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity:
“changes in the levels of vitamins can affect energy and well-being”
synonyms: vitality · vigor · life · liveliness · animation · vivacity · spirit · spiritedness · verve · enthusiasm · zest · vibrancy · spark · sparkle · effervescence · ebullience · exuberance · buoyancy · sprightliness · strength · stamina · forcefulness · power · dynamism · drive · fire · passion · ardor · zeal · zip · zing · pep · pizzazz · punch · bounce · oomph · moxie · mojo · go · get-up-and-go · vim and vigor · feistiness
(energies) – a person’s physical and mental powers, typically as applied to a particular task or activity.
- power derived from the utilization of physical or chemical resources, especially to provide light and heat or to work machines.
- Physics – the property of matter and radiation that is manifest as a capacity to perform work (such as causing motion or the interaction of molecules): “a collision in which no energy is transferred”
- a degree or level of energy possessed by something or required by a process.
Physicists, scientists who study force, motion and energy, say that energy is the ability to do work, and work is moving something against a force, like gravity. There are a lot of different kinds of energy in the universe, and that energy can do different things.
Energy can be found in everything. LiveScience.com experts in their article on What is Energy? state: “In physics, energy is the ability to do work, or the ability to move or elicit change in matter. In effect, the amount of energy something has refers to its capacity to cause things to happen.
Energy has a few important properties. For one, energy is always “conserved” — it cannot be created or destroyed. It can, however, be transferred between objects or systems by the interactions of forces. For example, the energy in vegetables is transferred to the people who digest them.
Another property of energy is that it comes in multiple forms, and can be converted from one form to another. The two most common or basic forms of energy are kinetic energy and potential energy.
Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. A ball has kinetic energy as it flies through the air — it has the ability to do work in that it can act upon other objects with which it collides.
Potential energy is a kind of stored energy that objects have because of their position or configuration. A cup on a table has potential energy; if you knock the cup off the table, gravity will accelerate the cup, and its potential energy will convert to kinetic energy. A stressed bow also has potential energy.
Many other types of energy exist, including electrical, chemical, thermal, electromagnetic and nuclear.
In the early 20th century, scientists theorized that mass and energy are intimately linked. Albert Einstein described this so-called mass-energy equivalence with his famous equation, E = mc2, in which “E” stands for “energy,” “m” denotes “mass” and “c” is the speed of light.
The above statements verify that Mass and Energy are interchangeable and that both space and time are not absolute. The most important consequence of this realization is in the knowing that Mass is nothing but a form of energy. Simply put, everything in the universe is a form of energy. All physical manifestation comes about as a result of energy. Trees, rocks, dogs, water and people are all made up of stored energy, in one form or another. It all is determined by rates of vibratory energy.
This means that Energy can exist as either solid matter or as non-solid matter, such as a beam of light. The molecules that make up all matter contains a huge amount of energy, as Einstein’s E = mc2 pointed out to us. Quantum physics informs us that biochemical molecules which make up the physical body are actually a form of vibrating energy. This statement verifies that the human beings’ body (mass) and energy are intrinsically linked.
Energy can also travel in the form of electromagnetic waves, such as heat, light, radio, and gamma rays. Your body is using metabolic energy from your last meal as you read this. Radio waves, television broadcasts, microwaves, cosmic rays, ultrasonic waves, and X-rays are all forms of pure non-solid Energy.
In a nutshell…What is Energy? Energy is everything. It forms the basic composition of the universe. It causes atoms to vibrate. It is in everything, everywhere. It heals us, helps us do things, gives us light, and warms our bodies and our homes. It makes us grow and move and think. It is transformational with the capacity to transmute one thing into another. As a result, energy has the capacity to produce profound change on any level of our being—physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Energy fuels the operating system of our bodies and just like a computer, has different levels of power, speed and abilities. This energy system which includes chakras, auras, and meridians has these characteristics: the capacity for vigorous activity; an abundant amount of such power; an exertion of such power; the habit of vigorous activity; the ability to forcefully act, lead, effect, and affect others.
Where Does Energy Come From?
Energy is all around us, everywhere in all different wavelengths and frequencies. From energies with very short wavelengths like cosmic radiation and X-rays to very long wave lengths such as radio waves and infra-red waves.
Everyday our bodies are being hit with these energies from many different sources. We don’t see it but we know it is there because of its manifestation. This non-physical energy permeates all things, and all living things depend on it for their continued life and health. When we speak, the sound of our voice saying words release sound waves of energy which cause ripples in the air around us. When we think, our brains release wavelengths of energy.
Energy Is Who We Are
“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience”– Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.
We are Spirit, soul, mind, and body. As spiritual beings, we are inherently powerful with the capacity to live amazing lives according to our own design, to love unconditionally and to heal ourselves and others in powerful ways. But many of us may feel like we are helpless victims who are being tossed around by forces beyond our control.
Instead of feeling and acting like other people and poor circumstances are to blame, we must begin to realize we have the power “within” to change our circumstances and life trajectory. What we must learn to do is to raise our vibrational energy. When we look within and connect with our true source of power, we are able to heal our body, mind, soul, and Spirit.
The correct use of energy is key to physical vitality. It is also key to our spiritual evolution. Spiritual Masters of all traditions have recognized and taught the importance of the correct use of energy and techniques for its absorption.
When we use it correctly we have the ability to gather in even more energy for our immediate use and can store it for a future time when it is needed. When we use it correctly, there can be dramatic shifts in physical vitality, mental and emotional well-being, and our relationships. It can lead to increased cognitive functions such as mental clarity, and an enhanced spiritual life. End of Part 1