What is vibration? Most of us think about vibration in terms of slight back and forth movement(s) we can physically feel. We can feel vibration on a micro scale such as when we hear someone speak and we can feel it on a macro scale much like when we experience an earthquake. But there is an entire world of energy vibrating all around us that most humans are completely unaware of.
Merriam-Webster defines vibration as:
A periodic motion of the particles of an elastic body or medium in alternately opposite directions from the position of equilibrium when that equilibrium has been disturbed (as when a stretched cord produces musical tones or molecules in the air transmit sounds to the ear).
Albert Einstein told us that everything is vibration and this has been proven true over the years with quantum physics. However, humans cannot physically feel everything vibrating around us. This is because not everything vibrates at the same frequency. There are things vibrating that we cannot see. And yet, we are affected by these vibrations every second of our lives.
When things we know that exist in the universe are scientifically broken down to even the smallest measures, we eventually find our way to atoms and molecules.
But even the atom alone is comprised of even smaller subatomic particles called protons, neutrons and electrons. These subatomic particles all vibrate because they have energy. An unknown force exists to make these particles circle round and round each other. According to the law of vibration, every particle of matter in the universe is in constant motion. Nothing stands still.
Science and physics to this day still do not have a proven theory of everything to tell exactly how all these particles work together. Einstein died before he could prove his unified field theory, which he hoped would explain how everything in the universe is connected. We know now that the only difference between light and sound particles is their frequency or vibration. Could this mean that vibration is the key to connecting everything?
More recent quantum field theories are looking to the possibility of multiple existing electromagnetic fields within our universe. Within these multiple fields, each type of particle - proton, neutron, electron, quarks, etc. exist separately. And yet they can and do interact with one another. Hence the idea of a theory of everything.
So What do we Know?
Everything in this universe, whether it’s a solid, liquid, or a gas is composed of tiny particles and atoms vibrating together and interacting with each other. It’s when they are aligned in organized structures and corresponding frequencies that they vibrate in harmony to create what we perceive as the three-dimensional world around us. Molecules that are spread far apart but move rapidly represent things in a gas state. Molecules that are closer together but still move about at a medium pace represent things in a liquid state. And Molecules that are packed tightly together and vibrate in place represent solid matter.
Our bodies are packed with millions of these particles right now, being held together by their vibration(s) and subsequent interactions. And everything around is vibrating and interacting with our bodies.