Monday, June 17, 2013

Two Chaos Magic Practices by Jonathan Zap

Unfortunately, "vibrations," like  "inner child" (a potent archetype and subpersonality), has, for many, taken on the cheesy, Celestine taint of New Age cliché. But looking at the world in terms of vibration is as valid as looking at it from the point of view of mathematical relationships, systems analysis, and energetic transaction. Physics tells us that there are no solid objects, that everything is vibratory. Einstein said that solid matter is just a special case of energy.
Everything we think is solid is actually patterned energy, the stuff that dreams are made of.  Even black holes don't sit still and can spin at 84% of the speed of light.

Everything seems to be vibratory, and obviously there are vibrations of varying frequencies.  I vibrate, therefore I am, says the cosmos.
 Read it all at Reality Sandwich


Brizdaz (Darren) said...

This is exactly what I am reading about now - vibrations and waves.
I think that you would like this book,it's called
"The Wave-watcher's Companion"
and it's about all kinds of waves,
from ocean waves to sound and electromagnetic waves.
I'm about half way through and I am thoroughly enjoying it.

Anonymous said...

It seems everybody's on the same vibration, eh? :-}


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