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VIBRATION, RESONANCE, & HARMONY
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“As you experience it yourself you experience that the entire material world is nothing but vibration. We have to experience the ocean of infinite waves surging within, the river of inner sensations flowing within, the eternal dance of the countless vibrations within every atom of the body. We have to witness our continuously changing nature. All of this is happening at an extremely subtle level . . . As you experience the reality of matter to be vibration, you also start experiencing the reality of the mind: consciousness, perception, sensation and reaction. If you experience them properly with Vipassana, it will become clear how they work."*

* Vipassana is an ancient Middle Indo-Aryan word for a process of observation — observing “what is” from moment-to-moment—
observing “what is” as it is, thus gaining a “panoramic view” of one’s life while immersed in all life.


    We have been as simply direct as possible when presenting complex and challenging views about the paradoxes of transition. So while vibration is simply true, it’s not truly simple.     Everything so far has led up to this topic, a little at a time, through our conversations and experiences—to carefully and gently enable sufficient understanding to unfold. If there is still a lot of mystery about vibration, be assured that your inner self—your spirit—has been keeping up with it all along.      Human beings are a mystery to one another and to themselves as well. One might say—mysteriously—that this is what keeps us going. The intriguing allure of a mystery is that solving one often produces another. Opening one Risen door and going through it leads to another that may not yet be open. There is the distinct feeling of Greater Intelligence behind the doors of the Risen, waiting with childlike delight to help us find answers.

    And let us consider another species of mystery—that which cannot be solved. For most of us, the great door of secrecy — death — won’t fully open until we leave our earthly body for good.
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    Without going into all the scientific references that attempt to define vibration—and there are many—let it suffice to say that vibration is light that moves, and that which moves is alive. Every thing moves; every thing vibrates; every thing is alive. Life is filled with light.
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    This book is moving, whether or not you are holding it. The substance that it’s made of, the finest of subatomic particles that our science is capable of detecting thus far, has been perceived to be in constant movement. Quantum mechanics scientists believe that matter “behaves,” meaning that it moves in certain ways and that quanta—the units of energy without mass and substance that make up all things through the vibration of substance—are indivisible.
    This movement or behavior is what Tim and I are speaking of when we mention vibration.  Tim and I discern as much as we do on many sense levels because our vibrations are very similar to one another’s—that is, we resonate.
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    When Tim and I are communing, our spirits sense one another’s particle vibrations, which are the evidence of the life, of spirit within us. We are sensing the spirit that enlivens the particles as well as the quality of mind we share during this sensing. This simultaneous co-sensing is part of the Principle of Rapport. Co-sensing needs no special “sixth sense” or psychic ability to do this, for the physical senses alone are capable of discerning much more than we are used to allowing.
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    If we know what vibration is on a certain level, then what’s the big mystery? It’s that vibration is not life itself but rather evidence of life. What is the invisible energy that moves everything to begin with? How, and why?

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