I find it interesting to read all the ways that people have of making sense of what happens in their lives and the lives of others. Why did this sports team win and the other lose? Many words are spent analyzing and explaining why something occurred.
Lately, I’ve started looking at life with a vibrational perspective. What does it mean to view life from a vibrational perspective? And how it does that make sense?
Perhaps you’ve heard of the physics experiments meant to prove that light is a wave or that light is a particle. When the experimenter tried to prove that light is a wave, the experiment demonstrated wave behavior. When the experimenter decided to prove that light was a particle, the light did behave as though it were a particle.
Mainly, we look at people as a bunch of particles bumping into each other and interacting. I asked how would my interpretation of people’s behaviors change when I see them as vibrations, a collection of waves?
First, it helps to understand how vibrations interact. The principles of radio waves provide a good first step in how to interpret life vibrationally. When we want to listen to a particular radio channel we use our radio receiver to tune into that channel. What happens when we tune the radio is the radio emits a frequency that matches the carrier frequency of the channel it wants to extract from the environment.
Once the radio receiver is emitting that carrier frequency it can decode the audio signals that ride on that carrier frequency and present the audio signals to the speakers so that our ears can hear the broadcast.
Consider that we humans also are transmitting and receiving frequencies all the time. The frequencies we are transmitting are the ones that we can decode to gain more information. We are continually modulating and demodulating frequencies. The most familiar senses that are involved in interpreting frequencies are our eyes and ears. In subsequent posts I will write about how I interpret my experience from an assumption that I am transmitting and receiving frequencies, and that I change my experience by learning to tune to channels of my choosing.