The Frequency of the Universe is Music
By Gary Lite
The one thing that connects everything in the Universe is music. Everything and everyone of us is made of energy that is vibrating. When things vibrate they create sound waves, which we hear as sounds, words, or music.
Music can literally be the Language of the Universe. We can FEEL it. Sound travels in waves and those waves touch and reach every thing in the Universe, including our souls. To be in touch with this music, you have to Tune in to it’s Frequency. That is why your Heart “Beats” and your Insides are called “Organs”. The Rhythm of ALL is Found in ALL.
Sound affects the way we feel. You know what effect certain pieces of music can have on you, what emotion they can evoke, the way you feel when your favorite song is playing. Well, that is what I mean.
Your body is interacting with the sound waves. And because we are all different, and we all have a different energy patterns, which is our energy signature, we each have a unique interaction with every piece of music we hear. Remember… Love is the highest frequency of all… It is a combination of ALL frequencies and ALL emotions (which are lower frequencies) .So, when you embody LOVE – which is who you really are – then you are at total Oneness with everything around you and everything around you will FEEL this frequency. This is how you can communicate with plants, animals, and crystals. They all communicate on the vibrational frequency of Love.
We are Ethereal Beings. We have a bio electrical aura known as chi, prana or Ka to the Egyptians.
The idea of Music of the Spheres dates back to the ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras. Today, he is probably most familiar to us because of the right triangle theorem. But for Pythagoras, principles of triangles were just a single note in the grand musical work that was the cosmos, wherein ratios, harmony, and the heavenly bodies were united voices of the cosmic song.
Musical language appears frequently in astronomers’ descriptions of space. The exploration of seismic activity in the distant stars, the stars themselves are compared to musical instruments, with characteristic sound wave frequencies. The more we learn about the universe, the more we seem to rely on musical terminology to describe it.
If the universe is, at some level, music, then it seems only natural that we should study it with musical tools of thinking.
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla
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