Tuesday, January 4, 2011

The Vibratory Nature of Universe

Subatomic Particles

We like physics. Physics, especially quantum physics, describes universe in ways that are compatible with metaphysical understandings of sacred geometry, magical practices, first-person shamanic descriptions and philosophical eloquences. Quantum physics proposes that the fundamental level of the physical universe consists of vibrating waves and particles of energy quanta. This scientific understanding, from the discipline of quantum mechanics, allows for the interrelated co-creative partnership of self and universe. It proposes that self actively participates in universal manifestation… that one cannot separate the observer from the observed.

Recent advances in what theoretical physicists call “superstring” theory are leading science towards and understanding of the vibratory nature of creation. Brian Greene, Ph. D, Professor of physics at Cornell writes in The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory (New York: Vintage Books, 2000)…

"During the last thirty years of his life Albert Einstein sought relentlessly for a so-called unified field theory… a theory capable of describing nature’s forces with a single, all encompassing, coherent framework. Now, at the dawn of the new millennium, proponents of the string theory claim of this elusive thread finally have been revealed.

The theory suggests that the microscopic landscape is suffused with tiny strings whose vibrational patterns orchestrate the evolution of the universe,” Professor Greene writes, and tells us that “the length of a typical string loop is about a hundred billion-billion (1020) times smaller than the atomic nucleus.”

Prof. Greene tells us that at the end of the 20th century science had determined that the physical universe was composed of a very few fundamental particles, such as electrons quarks (which are the building blocks of protons and neutrons) and neutrinos. “Although each particle was viewed as elementary,” he writes, “the kind of ‘stuff’ each embodied was thought to be different. Electron ‘stuff’, for example, had negative electric charge, while neutrino ‘stuff’ had no electric charge. String theory alters this picture radically by declaring that the ‘stuff’ of all matter and all forces is the same.”

The vibratory nature of the electron
“According to string theory, there is only one fundamental ingredient – the string,” Greene writes in The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time and the Texture of Reality (New York: Alfred A. Knopf). He explains that “just as a violin string can vibrate in different patterns, each of which produce a distinct musical tone, the filaments of superstring theory can also vibrate in a different patterns… a tiny string vibrating in one pattern would have the mass and electric charge of an electron: according to the theory such a vibrating string would be what we have traditionally called an electron. A tiny string vibrating in a different pattern would have the requisite properties to identify it as a quark, a neutrino or any other kind of particle…Each arises from a different vibratory pattern executed by the same underlying entity…At the ultramicroscopic level, the akin to a string symphony vibrating matter into existence.”

Tek-gnostics refers to this one fundamental ingredient as Matrix. Simply put… universe (one-verse) is completely composed of vibration. There exists nothing within universe, other than vibration.

Spiral Galaxy
The vibratory nature of universe is not random… not chaotic, but organized. If universe were mere chaos, there would be no harmony but only degrees of chaos. All vibration would be noise (unorganized vibration). But none can doubt there is order recognizable throughout nature from the uniformity of atomic structures and behaviors to spiral galaxies whose swirling structure spans light years and billions of years of activity. This innate order has been long recognized and we consider it self-evident.

We further postulate that the vibratory nature of universe extends to the non-material realm. Cosmologist Paul Von Ward puts it this way…

“If everything in the physical world consists of vibrations, other forces (thoughts and emotions) also have a vibratory nature for subtle sense interactions with matter and energy. (This is what physicists mean when they say: “one cannot separate the observer from the observed” - ED)

Thoughts appear to be the most susceptible to manipulation by conscious intent and thus the most creative form of vibration. Next come subtle energy or emotional vibrations and then those of physical matter and energy. In this hierarchy of our energetic/vibratory universe, distinct thoughts have the power to cohere subtle energy that concentrates into physical form. This dominant flow of influence is evidenced by research in a variety of fields (mind/body healing, subtle sense communications, mind-influence-on-matter experiments). A reciprocal but less powerful flow of influence is also self evident, e.g., the effects of fatigue on emotions and drugs on consciousness.

Within the organism of our universe, human expression of intent or desire activates the vibration of subtle energy. While we do not yet understand the mechanism, there is adequate evidence (psychokinesis, changes in one's body by conscious intent, stimulating a response in another’s body by mental focus) of the fact that thoughts activate some form of energetic vibration that acts on the physical realm.”

Within this context, individual entities, made manifest in physical universe, actively participate in the manifestation of universe. An entity's perception effects or alters the manifestation of that which is being perceived. In order not to have all possible expressions of universe happen simultaneously, universe utilized the filter or buffer… we call… time. Physicists thus call universe space-time. Room to move and time to enjoy it.

The tek-gnostic understanding of universe embraces these principles. The physical components of universe and the laws governing them are described as TEK. The nonphysical component of universe, the mystery… is described as GNOSIS. Herein lay the first secret of the first passage in the Applied Tekgnostic Codex

Rid yourself of desire in order to realize Universal mystery.

Allow yourself to have desire in order to experience Universal manifestation.

These two are essentially the same, but diverge in the naming.

Mystery upon Mystery...

The gateway to Tek-Gnosis.