If you read about spiritual concepts, one theory is the belief that everything is created from vibration. Whether it’s a wood desk or a human being, everything is created based on its vibrational frequency. I first understood this concept clearly when I watched the free YouTube video, “Inner World Outer World." I recommend watching this video to gain enlightenment about the connections between nature, spirituality and religion. All four parts are important to watch.
In Part One, "Akasha" viewers discover how the vibrations from music and various frequencies produce patterns that look similar in nature. They also show how when one adds cornstarch to water, the different vibrational frequencies produce objects that look similar to life form. Simply, vibration is everywhere. Even the yogis talk of “Om” pronounced “AUM” being the primordial sound of the sun (if the frequencies are changed to a level that humans can hear).
I had tickets to go to a techno concert that occurred the day after the Paris attacks in Hannover, Germany. I was down about the situation and went to the concert physically zoned into the music, but mentally worried about the future of humanity. I was dancing and observing the locals having fun completely engaged in the moment. After countless minutes of dancing next to the DJ booth, a guy set his drink on the DJ platform. The bass shook the glass and it fell on its side dumping into a puddle of beer.
I stood in front of this pool of beer for a long time. During the upbeat part of the song when the bass hit its peak I looked at the puddle and noticed vibrational frequency patterns. I first noticed explosions that looked similar to fireworks. Bursts of star-like patterns exploded within the puddle.
Since I taught aerobics, I can feel when the beat per minute of a song changes. The body moves differently and sometimes the bass or song feels “harder.” As the night progressed, so did the frequencies. The bass began to produce circle-shaped bursts that looked similar to the middle of a sunflower. It was the same pattern I saw in the YouTube film.
I kept my eyes fixed on the puddle while my mind thought about the future of the world. My concerns were discerned on the future of humanity. After seeing and reading how people reacted to each other on social media I began to give up hope on humanity as people reacted with the same bouts of hate of extremism that happened that happened in Paris.
As the music got more “magical” so did the patterns in the water. The patterns transformed into a box-like shape that looked similar to a square checkered-shape pretzel. It almost looked as if a life form was trying to create itself from the water.
I pulled out my phone and tried to take video of the vibrations to prove my experience. Ironically, every time I tried to video it my phone failed and I had no methods to capture the moment. I felt that it was life telling me to enjoy the moment and listen to the message. What I heard loud and clear was the importance to keep ascending in this unpredictable world.
A couple weeks later I traveled to Cologne, Germany to watch my favorite German DJ, Alle Farben. Alle Farben means “all colors” in English and when I first saw this DJ I had transcendental experiences from his music. His approach to music and balance in life is similar to my values and what I “preach.”
When he began to perform, I felt chills throughout my body and a vibrational pattern that was deeper than just the loud speakers shaking my body. My mind and body united and as I looked at the projector screen that shook from the sound of the bass. But, there is something to Alle Farben’s music that affects me differently than most DJs.
Visual art is a part of electronic dance music. It stimulates the brain and synergistically enhances the music. With my eyes closed, I realized my body entered a euphoric state (mind you I was completely sober throughout this experience. I do not drink or do drugs at these events). In my mind’s eye, I began to see shapes, figures and fractals, which is something I only experienced while in deep meditation. I saw colorful connections of what looked like a spinning top, the one seen in Leonardo Dicaprio’s movie, The Departed. I’m not sure why this happens to me, but when I saw Alle Farben in Hannover in May at the Kiste nightclub, his music sent me into a trance where I entered a healing state to send light and energy to people and the planet.
I believe in some sense, the vibration of music sent my mind to another dimension. I am energetically sensitive and it feels weird sometimes expressing these experiences.
All this vibration not only reminded me about the power of thought, but also the influence of music and creativity in our wellbeing.
But the reminder isn’t just the “do good to get good karma.” Although everyone should live by that principle, many people do that out of fear of not wanting anything bad to happen. And when something bad happens they don’t know how to deal with it, which in turn creates more fear. It’s living and breathing by the essence of our choices and educating our minds.
Ascension and raising vibrational patterns doesn’t happen automatically. It happens through experience, by getting outside the comfort zone and in touch with our inner world. Once we have the internal dialogue we can better figure out root causes to our problems.
Like music, if we want to experience harmony we must choose to ascend our souls and ourselves. And to that, I thank the fun and innocent German techno parties on reminding me to keep ascending. And I also thank the free YouTube video as its my go-to movie every time I need reminded about life.
To end I leave you with this, "To understand the Universe, understand energy, frequency and vibration." - Nikola Tesla
Elizabeth Rae Kovar M.A. is Author of her memoir, Finding Om and is a Fitness Trainer, Yogi, Reiki Master, Presenter and Lover of Life. To view her portfolio please visit www.elizabethkovar.com