The way I understand frequencies*

One could agree that there is light and dark side to all things. And when you get down to the unseen mechanics of it all I think it’s also fair to assume that practically everything in our reality is made up of coexisting vibrations and within them the different levels of frequencies. This meaning that each thing in existence would be emanating a certain vibe or energy. I’ve often wondered what affects these energies have on people as I believe we are constantly taking them in, feeling/perceiving them, and then projecting them back out as our own.

Now I wanna start off by saying that i’ve merely theorized about all this. I cannot ‘see’ energies/frequencies and I certainly cannot look into anyone’s mind and see how they think and feel. This is simply a compilation of my thoughts. (Scattered as they may be..) **

Moving on, I feel like it’s important that I put an emphasis on the belief I have that in a world full of opposing frequencies -such as the one we live in!- there is no good and bad. Rather, a better concept would be that of dark and light,(or as low and high). However, the way you feel about these terms depends entirely on you the reader and how you’ve been programmed to perceive them up until this point. I’m not here to sway you, but if it helps, the way I better understand the two sides -good, bad and in between- is I imagine them in my mind to be represted on a color scale. Ranging from all matters of hues and colors with each one representing a different frequency. (The same can be done done with music!) Frequencies -like colors- effect us differently. For example, something someone would describe and perceive as happy or good would often be described by them as being of a higher frequency (positive) and bad or sad being that of a lower (negative). Suppose metephorically, the ‘bad’ vibe was a color and the ‘good’ vibe was a color. Look at the two colors as being in a huge spectrum. Say the positive being of a lighter vibe, like yellow. And the seemingly more negative vibe, a brown. Now imagine putting this concept into play with things that effect you positively or negatively in you’re day to day life. Would you still say that one is good and the other bad? Of course not. This is why I feel so strongly that the variant frequencies should be viewed with just a little more insight and respect for what they really which is simply different! Not worse, not bad, Just different. Also realize that practically everything we come into contact with: people, sounds, colors, objects, plants, animals. They all emanate frequencies that we experience as soon as we come into contact with them. And through every interaction we are affected, whether it is felt through our emotions or stored into the subconsious until you’ve expeirienced that particular vibe/frequency again.

This is how I think our perceptions have been sculpted into what they are. When something is new we view it as neutral, but as soon as weve expeirienced it for ourselves we begin to feel a certain way about it. This can stick with us or it can change over time. But either way we build off of it. For example you might like the color purple because it reminds you of certain flower you smelt and liked as a child. Or you might dislike high pitched noises because it’s a reminder of an accident you had. It could be anything, but it’s when we experience these outside energies they start to tap into and connect with us on the the deeper levels of our psychology- the subconsious. This triggers an emotion. It’s our emotions then that begin determining the way we ‘perceive’ things from that point. Therefore, I don’t think it would be so out of bounds to say that energies/frequencies (which clearly stimulate emotion and perceptions) impact us a great deal more than we think. Especially energetically. And when I say energetically im implying that the individual vibe(or energy) is going to affect ours, whether we see it or not. But in my simplist words: These interactions with other things feed us an energy or vibe, which we experience and feel with our senses. Then from the perception we gain from that, a projection of our own energy is put out to be felt and experienced by others.

And the emotions that are attached to that perception would be what determines the type of energy that would then be put out and projected to the world. These constant occurances are what transform our disposition- the basis of who we are. In short, Frequencies are what mold us. And in turn, give life to new thoughts, feelings and experiences. (new vibes!) How the ‘effects’ of these waves are felt by us range from person to person because of how we distinctively embrace and interpret them. Now try looking at the bigger picture. What frequencies are you emitting? Think of what colors you want to put out into the world. Bright or dark. Neither one is ‘wrong’ or ‘bad’ but that’s all up to you. Take a closer look at the way you resonate with things, and delve even deeper. Become aware of the frequencies around you, how they make you feel and where you think they come. For me, this way of looking at it all helps me understand things like ‘friction’ ‘difference’ and concepts like ‘good and bad’ more easily. But in the end that’s just me and my perception. It’s to be taken however you like! ^-^

We feel energies, then we perceive and project them.

We feel energies, then we perceive and project them.

Love? or Not …Exstinction?

Personally, I think I’m afraid to fall in love because I know how those stories end. (And they always do) Whether it be death, divorce, or unrequited love. Somehow you eventually become separated. Maybe its legally, mentally, or even spiritually. If you think about it, and I mean you really look around and see, you’ll find that almost nobody is willing to wait now a days. Everyone just rushes into their attraction without taking the time to really get to know the person their getting involved with. Then when its over they get upset over losing something that was probably never theirs to begin with. Most of us have been there at some point. Though, later you move on, believing that this is ‘the one’ you might say “I love him/her even more than the last” or “This is real” But if you really stop and evaluate the way society handles relationships and the idea of ‘love’ its almost crazy, I mean is that not that definition of insanity? Repeating something while expecting a different outcome..? If you always think you can find another, or that each one is ‘the one’, the person who could really be perfect for you will be just another person and you may never know what hit you, or could have.. Is love not worth the wait? I’m not sure myself. It feels a bit tragic however you look at it, but I suppose that just adds a bittersweet taste to the overall facade that ‘love’ is.