The law of vibration posits that every single thing (every living thing, object, and atom) is in continuous motion, vibrating at a characteristic frequency. The term ether may not be the most appropriate for the vibrating energy that permeates all dimensions of creation, but this doesn’t matter. As for the influence of these vibrations on the creation of material worlds, Pythagoras associated them with the sound of different frequencies behind each material creation. Much later, Pythagoras’ view was proved by E.F.F. Chladni, who published his discoveries in 1787 in his work “Discoveries in the Theory of Sound.” The essence of Chladni’s experiments was that he sprinkled sand on a thin glass plate and then pulled a violin bow over it, thus making the glass plate vibrate. Different patterns formed on the panel at different tones — at lower tones, the patterns were chaotic, becoming increasingly subtle at higher tones. The Greek philosopher Plato, however, believed that four basic elements derived from the ether were essential for the creation of material objects; these are fire (principle of heat and expansion), water (principle of cold and shrinkage), air (element of movement and intervention) and earth (element of materialization). This view is in some ways compatible with the theory of much of science, which believes that it all started with a big bang when enormous hot energy was supposed to be released, which was spreading (element fire). In the beginning, this energy contained only hydrogen and helium nuclei. As it began to cool (the water element), these nuclei began to hunt electrons. An energetic interaction was established between the fire element and water through the mediation of the air element. Eventually, atoms began to form through this process, and later, planets and everything else (the Earth element).
The Law of Vibration and Chaos Theory
Today, many physicists advocate chaos theory, in which material reality is not organized according to physical laws but based on formative forces that are attracted to the vibrations of chaos. These formative forces, called attractors, are the point, the circle, the torus, and the “foreign force of attraction,” which, in a way, selects different vibrations. Emerging from the chaos, based on various patterns called fractals, they create material universes and influence what happens to us in life. Orientals would say that they determine our karma in some way. Fractals are, in principle, patterns that appear infinitely on a particular scale. They are found everywhere in nature – plants, mountain peaks (micro-macro), and coastal patterns have fractal symmetry. And not only that – according to predictable fractal patterns, world prices of cotton, precious metals, etc., also fluctuate over a period of time. When fractals act on the formation of living beings, they act through so-called morphogenetic fields, which ensure that the formation of a living being takes place within the intended framework; otherwise, in the so-called morphic fields. Suppose we take the example of the world price of cotton and “claim” that they are moving and will continue to move in the future according to a pre-known pattern. This means that in such an arrangement of the universe, attractors or fractals turned the cause-and-effect rule upside down in the corresponding morphic fields. Namely, it seems that these are forces that are influencing the way things are happening today in the future. In this context, we will be most interested in how different vibrations arranged in fractal patterns affect which body and environment a soul will incarnate in and what will happen to it in each incarnation.
Human Structure and Personal Vibration
To make it easier to understand the effects of vibrational resonances on our lives, I will first define the terms I will use below: the soul, the light body, the spirit, and the individual spirit (personal vortex). – Soul: is the evolving immortal carrier of consciousness, which manifests through the energetic (aura) and physical body and survives the death of these bodies. However, as many people think, the soul is not consciousness in itself. The soul is in the light body’s domain, which is constantly interacting with the individual soul, which I will write about a bit later. Individual souls differ significantly in their consciousness and energy power level – the more light bodies incarnated in an individual soul, the more conscious it is. However, the incarnation of the light body into the soul can occur. Thus, the soul’s consciousness can only occur through the experience of the material world. Therefore, for its development, the soul needs a physical body through which it expresses itself in material reality and therefore incarnates again and again in physical reality. When the soul is incarnated, it permeates the human physical body and all energy bodies except the light.
Much of Classical Philosophy Speaks of the Threefold Nature of the Soul
The vegetative soul (supposed to be characteristic of plants that are supposed to be focused solely on feeding) – the sensual soul (supposed to be characteristic of animals) – the spiritual soul (characteristic of man and the process of many incarnations).
This philosophical definition of the soul is undoubtedly wrong, as Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird in The Secret Life of Plants, for example, offered clear evidence that plants are not just about feeding but about how they feel – they even faint from fear. On the other hand, animals are not limited only by sensuality. Still, there are clear indications from which we can conclude that animal souls are also involved in the process of several incarnations. The difference between animal and human souls or light bodies is only in the level of consciousness, the potential capacity of consciousness, and on the other hand, also in the level of development of the conditioned mind. Humans, for example, identify with the morphic field of the family. Still, in animals, it has only a primary function to help them to the point where the animal can survive independently. Therefore, instinct remains active in animals, while in humans, it is primarily covered by the conditioned mind – in various life situations, we do not act instinctively but learn. However, in potential, we have a much greater awareness; we just need to get to it, which leads to life spontaneity.
The Soul Survives the Death of the Physical Body
In principle, the soul is an evolving immortal being that survives the death of the physical body. It can only mature through the experience of the material world. Hence, it needs a physical body through which it expresses itself in material reality and reincarnates again and again in physical reality (reincarnation). When the soul is incarnated, it permeates the human physical body and all energy bodies except the light body. Orthodox science has not yet directly proven the existence of the soul, but it has proven that the human mind is so complex that it cannot be produced by the brain and can function independently of the brain. So it seems to be merely using the brain as a tool to reveal thoughts. History has even recorded attempts to prove that the soul is a kind of energy-information being that has mass. To prove the “material” measurability of the soul, Duncan MacDougall, a physician from Haverhill, Massachusetts, weighed some tuberculosis patients in 1907 just before death and again a few minutes after death. He found that physical bodies a few minutes after death averaged 21 grams lighter than during their lifetime.
Interestingly, the experts more or less contradicted his “evidence,” saying that the sample of test subjects was too small, but, as far as I know, no one repeated similar experiments later. Research on evidence of reincarnation is not very extensive and professionally supported. However, the work of some hypnotists (M. Bernstein, J. Grant, D. Kelsey) and doctor of counseling psychology, and hypnotherapist Michael Newton, who managed to take clients to previous lives with hypnosis, confirms the likelihood of reincarnation.
The Soul Is Always Incarnated in a Person With the Same Temperament as the Previous
Newton often took hypnosis clients even between the two incarnations, the Akashic zone, when souls were “deciding” outside of formative reality, and found that their testimonies were very similar. – Light body (rainbow body): According to classical metaphysics, which divides creation into ten dimensions, it derives from the eighth dimension, is unpolarized, and in terms of consciousness, represents the total capacity to which the soul can develop. The spiritual task of the soul, which has a modest consciousness at the beginning of the chains of incarnations, is to integrate the consciousness and light of the light body into its structure. This happens only when it is incarnated in the third dimension (material reality) – after the death/end of each incarnation, the process continues in the next incarnation. The level of development of an individual soul is directly proportional to the extent to which the light body has integrated into the soul-auric field-physical body system. They allow the light body to “enter” the soul-auric field-physical body system, individual spirit (personal vortex), chakras, and, i.e., the middle pillar in which the energy centers of the chakras are. – Individual spirit (personal vortex): The very concept of spirit refers to consciousness, i.e., the information part, and in the context of the soul, we can say that it revives the soul. According to the esoteric tradition, the soul is always incarnated in a person with the same temperament. This fact indicates the existence of an individual spirit that somehow directs the soul to specific development. A choleric, for example, will never become a melancholic, but he can develop and harmonize his choleric temperament through the experience of the material.
The Impact of the Personal Vortex
In the fine energy sense, the individual spirit is a vortex that encourages the soul to activities that allow it to integrate the light body, that is, to activities related to the true nature of the soul or the basic self. From the level of the light body, it acts on the soul, the physical body, and all energy bodies, and its influence is perceptible in all areas of life. It manifests itself primarily through a conscious and unconscious tendency to expand at all levels. Due to the impact of the personal vortex, we have a need to develop and spread needs; the child’s world is first a bed, later he needs his own room and in adulthood, his own apartment. In the social sense, the vortex influences the need to spread acquaintances, influences our need for new knowledge, and the emergence of new interests/motives, all in order to progress in all respects. However, during this process, expansion movements are also present in the lives of most, which do not result from the action of the personal vortex.
We Are Constantly Seeking and Losing Energy
Namely, when our expansion is led by, i.e., the pain bodies on which rests our false self, which constantly needs confirmation and seeks energy at the expense of attention and dominance over others, we speak of destructive expansion. Today’s system of values is focused primarily on what we will look like (fashion, appearance, impression, dominance). This fact leads to envy and greed, motives based on manipulation and destruction of the integrity of others, and on a broader level, unhealthy competition, who is ready to destroy others to win. These elements are so vital to us that our interpersonal relationships become entirely irrelevant and superficial, and our relationship with nature is almost non-existent. But we also have a superficial attitude towards ourselves – we are not aware that we can regulate our lives on our own and play a game whose rules have been set by someone else. Paradoxically, we are constantly losing energy precisely because we are always focused on the elements of the phenomenal world. At the same time, we are looking for energy in external stimuli.
The False Self Loves the Routine
But when our focus is on the subjects and objects of the conditioned reality of the third dimension, we are not aligned with the personal vortex, as we are in a zone of many identifications that give us a false sense of security but also a sense of deep dissatisfaction characteristic of destructive expansion. So when we are focused on the third dimension, and the ego generates the motivation for our activities, the personal vortex is manifested through a constant feeling of inner dissatisfaction (restlessness, frustration), which tries to motivate us to overcome dissatisfaction or project life situations, which are otherwise, from the point of view of the false self, usually unpleasant. The false self loves the routine and the circumstances in which it feels safe. However, the moment he loses room for maneuver for his calculations, it turns out that the personal vortex actually directs us to the desires of the basic self, a zone in which there is an accelerated incarnation of the light body into the system, a sense that life has meaning … One of the intentions of spiritual development is, therefore, alignment with the personal vortex, which leads us to a state of constant fulfillment, unrelated to everyday life situations. The information field of the personal vortex is not limited. Still, the soul’s consciousness is so that the soul focuses only on a specific segment of the information field of the vortex, which is related to its structure and consciousness. By processing pain bodies, we automatically activate our personal vortex. When we are consciously in it, all levels of our personality are aligned.