Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), a scientist within the subject of vibrational energy and electromagnetism, and also the inventor of radio waves, said it best; “the day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence. To understand the true nature of the universe, one must think of it in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” Tesla practiced Yoga and Swami Vivekananda was Tesla’s mentor, an Indian Hindu monk.
We live in those times now. It is finally a scientific fact that the mind and the body is one, and that we are all connected. Us humans and everything around us influence each other and our universe. There are several scientific studies that prove this. Feel free to ask me for references or google it to find out more about this fascinating area. Startin by studying the Double Split Experiment that kicked of this science and Quantum science.
The heart has neurons (brain cells) and sends more information to the brain rather than vice versa. It also has a system of neurons that communicates with the brain and can cause different effects on our emotional experience. Both short term and long term memory can be changed, and a negative memory can be made into a positive one years after the memory has been made. Memories and future dreams are vibrational energies creating “pictures” in our cells, affecting them and their function, and therefore what we say an do in the present. That’s why when we feel hurt or when we hurt others, when we hate or feel pity for ourselves we only create more of that vibration in our cells, and we transmit it around us. But this can be “rebooted”.
That’s why all possible ways to create good vibes and Prana are right. Understand that your truth is not “the one and only truth”, that things can be perceived differently, like taste or Doshas are different. Stop saying others are wrong by turning it around and understanding them; that is letting go, forgiving and forgetting is such a relief (almost like a medicine!). To turn bad memories into positive ones, to see bad experiences as a learning and an evolving of your being, and to thank the ones that made you learn (they surely also suffered), is a good way to stay healthy. It’s compassionate to yourself and your surrounding in the present moment, using the thoughts of the past and the future.
Find your way to change your energy in your cells. If blaming and hating gives you good vibes, continue doing it, but I’d be surprised if it did. Try to turn it around to be kind and compassionate, and the same will come to you. Be kind to yourself. Take care of yourself like you would a child; would you make them smoke or drink, hate and blame? It’s all connected. Start with the obvious and the rest grows. We don’t know of any better way to be healthy! If you do let us know.