The Law of Vibration states that anything that exists in our universe, whether seen or unseen, broken down into and analyzed in it’s purest and most basic form, consists of pure energy or light which resonates and exists as a vibratory frequency or pattern.
This one is for all the die-hard materialists out there. Turns out with the recent developments in quantum physics (the study of small particles) that everything in its smallest form is immaterial. Chairs, like cars, bricks, the road, noise, visual images and your thoughts, are all in its essence, vibration.
This vibration travels in waves. As waves are the direction of, for example sound, the vibration is the proof that the wave is there. When this wave reaches our ears, this input gets processed by our brain into something we could consider as music. Even though everything is fundamentally vibration, there are differences in frequencies. Because of these variations we are able to discriminate a chair from a table, and our mother from our father.
Furthermore, the brain not only processes waves, it vibrates by itself as well. The thoughts that pass through are vibration, just like the emotions and states of mind that are experienced as a consequence.
Taking this a step further, you might have noticed how when you feel good, good things happen more often. All of a sudden you find a job, meet your partner, and you lose weight. There is a law that I believe can be applied to this phenomenon. It’s called the Matthew Principle. It dictates the following: “to every one who has, will more be given, and he will have abundance; but from him who has not, even what he has will be taken away.” This quote comes from the Bible, as Matthew was one of Jesus’ disciples. The easy version of this law is “the richer get richer and the poorer get poorer.”
This law applies to economics, status, and fame. Once you have more, you get more.
However, it seems that this could be a universal law. When you look at the population of
cities (a very small number have almost all the people), the frequency of words in language (90% of communication occurs using just 500 words), and the mass of heavenly bodies (the bigger the star the more matter it attracts). I wonder therefore, could this also apply to vibration?
I wonder therefore, could this also apply to vibration?
Negative thought processes attract more negativity. Pain feels worse, and your self image gets darker and darker. On the other hand positive thoughts, produce positive emotions, make you feel good, relax your body and increase your self image.
We measure the body according to centimeters, kilograms and things like kilo joul, even though its essential make up is made of the same things as our thoughts. Therefore, borders only exist in the reality as we create it today. It is way more subtle and sensitive than “a centimeter” or a “kilogram”. Therefore, subtle changes affect a lot more than we can perceive with our senses. Being grateful, acts of kindness, eating healthier, drinking more water and working on relaxation literally changes your vibe.
If you reinforce this pattern you will, I believe according to Matthews Principle, attract more positive vibrations, coming at a lower investment.
So, does this mean that by aligning your thoughts and drinking more water, that you will be invincible? It might, or not. However, the clue is to stop seeing cancer as something different than your thoughts, and the way you walk as something different than the way you talk. Applying this knowledge into your all day everyday would mean that you take care of your rest, sleep enough, drink enough, stress less, eat well, move often, and keep a positive mental attitude. Because, the accumulative effort will make a difference.
Even if you are skeptical about this idea, if you take care of your self in the above mentioned ways you are raising your vibe. If you are aiming for it or not. There are a million ways to address things, but you have to figure out what works for you. Nevertheless, when you feel the vibe, you might notice that everything is connected.