As Mark Walburg once said, The vibrations good like Sunkist which, in reality, compares vibrating to that of his preferred drink. But what exactly is a vibration (or even a good vibration for that matter?)
Vibrations are frequencies. In the music word this is sound and when composed with the right notes, cords and libretto, one can create a single sound from many. So how does this play a role in the craft of magic? Why is it important?
Sound, music, frequencies, were often used in ancient times for many things. Think of the tribal dances many African tribes used. The pounding of the drum, the chanting and trance-like feeling it creates, making those that are truly effected by it appear to deliver messages or see things one could consider a hallucination. It is no different than those in modern times pulsing to the beat of a trance or house music. They become so enveloped in the sound it appears to take over your mind and body. Frequencies are all around us. Some we hear, some we dont, but our bodies can react to them all if you train and develop the ability to recognize it.
The most famous frequencies related to magic is the Solfeggio frequencies or the Solfeggio scale. This is a combination of six tones to create one note, often used in rituals and sacred traditions. They are thought to have derived from a Medieval hymn John the Baptist. This discovery was made by Dr. Joseph Puleo (Physician and Herbalist) when he discovered six electro-magnetic sound frequencies that mimicked the cords from that particular song.
Since everything in life is made up of mathematical complications, especially music, one could believe that our very mathematically driven DNA would react to frequencies throughout the world. Do you ever stop in the forest and listen, just really focus and try to feel the heartbeat of the earth? Placing your hands on a tree and feel the vibrations of its breaths. It is there if you can feel it or not, and learning to recognize these frequencies are only the beginning.
There is so much more to this belief. If you start researching frequencies you can see that some chords are used for healing, meditation, Astral Projection and much more. Diving even deeper we can start to understand Ley lines and how the frequencies they give off, not just their energy but the vibrations they cause, are truly a magnificent display of the power our planet possesses. Understanding how to tune your mind and body into understanding, acknowledging and feeling these vibrations is the hardest part, but just imagine the connection you will have, not just with other people andthe earth itself, but the connection to your own thoughts and reasoning. It is truly a fascinating concept.
For more research if you are interested to learn more, these sites are very helpful and are references to some of the information I have shared in my own journey in understandingfrequencies and vibrations. I am curious if anyone else has experienced or done research on this area. The biggest indicator I like to think is when you hear a song and the notes are just right, it makes the hairs on your arm stand up. It is a direction connection of your body to those frequencies.
While the science on them is sketchy, I have found binaural beats and isochronic tones to be useful aides in meditation and in encouraging types of desired moods. Some vibrations and frequencies can promote concentration and facilitate study, others have value for sleep induction, and yet others can be energizing or facilitate creativity. Discovering and utilizing such things to the degree that they work for an individual can promote and help maintain a positive internal environment.