Frequency…..It Is Everything
By Larry Wilcock
The Science of Frequencies
In physics, the number of crests of a wave that move past a given point in a given unit of time. The most common unit of frequency is the hertz (Hz), corresponding to one crest per second. The frequency of a wave can be calculated by dividing the speed of the wave by the wavelength. The frequency of visible light is referred to as color, and ranges from 430 trillion hertz, seen as red, to 750 trillion hertz, seen as violet.
I always found the word frequency kind of lofty and technical-sounding as a young kid. Hearing it as an elementary student, it seemed to be such an unexplainable word, with so many scientific words attached to it. I developed a belief at that age that I had to be an adult with a college degree to understand it. Thankfully, I was wrong.
I discovered that frequency is just another way of saying vibration. That I could understand. How fast or slow something vibrates determines how colorful, solid or shapely something is. It got that simple for me. For instance, a dark-brown desk would vibrate at a lower frequency, being solid enough to set heavy objects upon it, whereas wind and sunlight vibrate at such a high frequency that anyone can easily pass their hand through it. Once I understood that, I was hooked into the fascinating world of frequency, quickly learning and marveling at the miracle of the understanding I was receiving. You see, frequency is just sound and vibration. Well, it is, technically, but what set my heart to beating was the realization that frequency affects everything. Even more exciting was having that moment when I understood so profoundly that frequency is not only in everything:
Frequency IS Everything!!!!!
These are just a few examples of what frequency looks like. It can be an iron wall. It can be a fleeting thought. It can be the colors of paint, the grass beneath your feet, the temperature outside. It is everything. Even our words.
Especially our words.
Our minds operate on auto pilot most of the time. We instinctively or habitually perform acts or motions every day without giving a lot of conscious thought to them. Much of the time we do something so often, even our muscles become accustomed and respond with what is called muscle memory. The mind is an interesting mechanism, acting as a processor for all of the information that comes to us through our 5 general senses. Our minds and bodies record everything they sense, then do their best to interpret all the data they receive, try to make sense of it all. The more information that comes in, the more our processor tries to connect the dots to make sure all is well, that body and mind are in alignment with the stimuli bombarding them in the surrounding environment. The more factual — or truer– the information, the easier it is to align.
Remember the phrase we heard on the playground?
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.
I remember hearing that a lot when I was a kid. Even then, I thought, how completely untrue. Because words can hurt. A lot.
How is this so?
Each word, with its tone, shape of the mouth, vibration. Well, just those things alone simply make a word. But when you add the frequency of intent to words, such as anger, malice, scorn, cruelty, etc., the word takes on such a low vibration that blasts almost violently towards the person it is directed to, it can cause actual emotional and physical pain.
If words are spoken with a positive attitude, with intentions such as enthusiasm, happiness, compassion, love, kindness, etc., the vibration is proven to be higher and can actually cause the release of chemicals in the body that tell the brain it is happy, giving a sense of well-being or comfort.
Words having meaning. They have been meticulously defined over decades, centuries and millennia so as to better help us understand how to properly use them, how to communicate ideas and concepts to the masses. What would happen, then, if someone were to use them improperly? If someone were to use them carelessly, without knowing what they really mean? What if someone looked at the moon and said that it was the sun? Or the ground, and stated that it was the sky? There is no doubt that confusion would form, the lack of truth or authenticity would be immediately detected by our built-in lie detector —- whether we were consciously aware of it or not. Lies have a low vibration. Truth and authenticity have higher vibrations. If a lie, the body can sense it, giving off a radar response of doubt, skepticism, alarm, suspicion, even fight or flight, depending on the circumstances. If a truth, a sense of safety, security, even warmth and comfort can occur.
Words matter. And how they are used determines the level of power they hold.
Study after study has been executed to find out what mankind wants most. Nearly all come up with a similar conclusion.
We all just want to be happy.
I have to wonder what would happen if we started to use our words more conscientiously to lift up instead of put down. What if we were more deliberate with our speech, more studied on what words mean, and how we can more effectively and powerfully use them? What result would ensue?
My guess? More happiness. We could all use a little more of that.