What is Frequency? How this Energy Wave Affects Your Wellbeing

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Frequency is all around us and can be found in all things. Whenever we take a breath, we are inhaling frequency. Whenever we listen to music, we are interacting with frequency. Even when we think, we are using the power of frequency to help us express our thoughts. Since we are always interacting with this invisible wave of energy, we should learn to understand it so that we can comprehend how it affects our life.

What is frequency?

Frequency can be expressed in many ways. However, at its core it is an expression of energy. This energy expresses itself in wave forms, but at its core it is actually made of cyclic patterns of scalar waves (standing waves) that flash “on” and “off,” causing it to pop in and out of existence. This state when energy flashes on and off is known as partiki phasing. The speed at which partiki contract and expand determines the frequency rate of scalar waves. If you are confused or want to know more about how this process works, read this article titled Frequency and Vibration: How They Create the Structures of Matter and Life.

If we only look at frequency as a wave, then the definition of it would be the number of waves that pass a fixed point in a time cycle. For example, if it takes 1/2 of a second for a wave to pass a fixed point in a time cycle, the frequency would be 2 per second.

The differences between vibration, frequency and oscillation

People sometimes use vibration and frequency interchangeably but they both do have their differences. In physics, vibration is the “oscillating, reciprocating, or other periodic motion of a rigid or elastic body or medium forced from a position or state of equilibrium.” As for oscillation, it is “an effect expressible as a quantity that repeatedly and regularly fluctuates above and below some mean value, as the pressure of a sound wave or the voltage of an alternating current.” In simple terms, it is a motion that repeats itself.

Frequency is achieved when one pattern or cycle of vibration and oscillation occurs. In other words, the combination of vibration and oscillation is what determines the vibrational frequency rate (cyclic pattern of scalar waves) of all things. In simple terms, frequency is “the number of cycles or completed alternations per unit time of a wave or oscillation” or the number of waves that pass a fixed point in unit time.

The frequency rate is what sets the rhythm of particle pulsation, which then allows the formation of wave spectra within dimensional reality fields. This process also determines the density levels of matter in the material realm. As the frequency rate of matter increases or flashes faster, matter becomes lighter and less dense. Since our body is made of matter, it will also become lighter and less dense as our frequency increases.

How frequency affects your wellbeing

Frequency has the ability to heal or harm you; therefore, if you want to stay healthy, you need to understand how it affects your wellbeing. For example, certain electromagnetic energies generated by computers, cellphones and electronic devices contain energy codes or frequencies that don’t synchronize and harmonize well with your body. When you surround yourself with these types of electromagnetic energies, they disrupt the natural flow of your body’s energy, causing it to flow out of order. If the natural flow of your energy is disrupted for too long, it could cause health conditions to manifest. This is why when you look at a computer screen for too long, you get eyestrain and sometimes headaches.

Eating food that contains very low frequency can also disrupt your energy levels. In the early 1990s, Bruce Tanino of Tainio Technology was able to build a frequency monitor that could determine frequency levels of certain parts of the human body. He found that a normal human brain’s frequency rate was precisely 72 megahertz (MHz). As for the human body, it was between 62-78 MHz.

Bruce also found that the human body becomes susceptible to colds and flu near 60 MHz. Furthermore, he discovered that junk food often has zero Hz and thus it does little to prevent the body’s frequency from dropping. In theory, if you can keep your body’s frequency rate above 60 MHz, you should rarely get sick.

The relationship between frequency and matter

The true state of reality is made of energy that flashes on and off, creating energy codes and frequency patterns that are processed by our consciousness to give us the perception of time and the solidity of matter. In other words, matter behaves more like an illusion. However, from our perspective, this “illusion” is very real and is necessary to help us evolve, so we should take it very seriously.

Frequency gives matter uniqueness and characteristics, so that when the consciousness of our mind and body processes the energy patterns of an object, we see shapes, colors and textures. The combination of frequency, vibration and oscillation are some of the major energy properties that organize matter into sacred geometries, giving matter “life” and the ability to structure itself into objects. Below is a video that demonstrates this amazing phenomenon.

Frequencies Sound + Vibration = Sacred Geometry

Sources:

  • http://www.bodymaintenance101.com/keep-your-bodys-healing-frequency-high/
  • http://www.qrg.northwestern.edu/projects/vss/docs/Communications/1-what-is-frequency.html
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