When we look up at the sky, we may perceive the universe turned from un-manifest to manifest, abstract to concrete, tangible in the bubble of space and time. With this backdrop, we are aware of Mother Earth’s exquisite rarity and value. We may also perceive how our own DNA links us to one another and to all life on the planet.
The interdependence of human, plant and animal existence is not beyond logic but it is hard to grasp. If we can keep an open mind and submit to the idea that we all are connected to each other in this invisible web of energy, we become aware that we are all part of One Mind, the Universal Consciousness in this sea of energy where everything is vibrating at different speeds.
What then is life vibration? How do we communicate in this sea of energy? We can communicate through our feelings and emotions.
They are used to describe the conscious awareness of the vibration we are in. So, if we think of something and add feeling and emotion to it, we are sending out powerful vibrations around. Swami Vivekananda said, every stone dropped in the lake is followed by a reaction.
The stone is covered by a wave which strikes back to the point of its drop after touching the periphery.
All of us are energy and everything around us is energy. We are connected with everything. We are part of a universal consciousness, a particle of the Source itself. Everything we do, think and feel, will be vibrated into this field of energy and hence, it affects everyone either directly or indirectly. Behind this paradigm of energy and togetherness, which we cannot perceive through our five senses, the physical body walks in the world of matter but a subtler aspect woven within and throughout physical body moves and interacts on a level of pure energy. This is the energy that is invisible and universal and which is the ultimate mystery of nature of which we are all part of. This subtle force called prana is the moving force and it persists in all plant and animal life. The same prana moves a still engine or a computer chip — and everything. It is everywhere, and it can neither be created nor destroyed.
Therefore, everything in the universe is made up of the same stuff but it is present in different forms and shapes through which invisible vibrations flow.
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