“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nicola Tesla
I’ve always been fascinated with the concept that “thoughts become reality” because many times during my life I’ve experienced the veracity of such captivating phenomenon, but for a long time I struggled to figure out how this works. How do the multitude of things, events, conditions, circumstances and experiences that comprise our lives become a reality for us?
The great thinker and inventor Nicola Tesla paved my way to understanding this process when he said: “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” He helped me realize life has properties clearly aligned with the marvelous structure of the Cosmos, and I like this because I always prefer discernment, knowledge and understanding to faith.
I finally got rid of all vagueness and mystery surrounding the Law of Attraction, because the truth is that we attract nothing and create nothing, but we manifest all things. The key is to understand how our own vibrational frequency at any given moment determines what we perceive as reality in our lives.
The Manifestation Process:
Manifestation is perceiving something through our senses that is recognized by the mind and noticed by awareness. In short, it is making the invisible, visible. Whatever we don’t detect, perceive, or realize is not part of our lives and we, quickly and naively, assume it doesn’t exist.
It’s well known that everything is made of energy waves of different frequencies. Each frequency has unique qualities and characteristics when perceived. Consider the energy frequencies range of visible light (Fig. 01-01).
We perceive certain frequencies as color red and others as different colors because our senses are receptors designed to detect only a specific range of frequencies.
We perceive light through our sense of sight, other frequencies as scents through our sense of smell, others as solids by touching, etc.
Our eyes have three photoreceptors cones responsible for color vision. Each cone is designed to detect only one of the three primary colors (red, green and blue) that, when combined with one another, generate all possible colors. Each cone contains within itself the frequencies of its particular color range.
When we see red in a painting, it’s because that color’s frequency is in the painting and within the red photoreceptor in our eye, causing them to co-resonate with each other – thus making visible the color red in the painting. It’s the same for any other color.
If the photoreceptors in our eyes don’t respond to blue frequencies, as is the case for a blue color blind person, that color doesn’t “exist” in our reality.
This works equally for all aspects of reality because everything is nothing more than combined frequencies, each combination determining and expressing its uniqueness by its composition.
This grouping of frequencies is called frequency signature.
When we perceive the white metallic cube A in Fig. 01-02, certain frequencies determine its color, others its shape, others its density, and so on for every characteristic it has. Their specific combination constitutes the frequency signature of the cube.
If we change the frequency of its color to black we’ll perceive the black cube B, which has a different frequency signature.
Altering the frequencies that give the black cube its shape to frequencies that form a sphere will cause us to perceive a black metallic ball C.
Shifting the frequencies of its metallic texture to those of rubber, and its color to white, we end up with a new signature corresponding to the white rubber ball D, instead of the original cube A.
Another fascinating aspect about frequency signature relates to “location in space,” or locus. By changing those frequencies an object will be perceived as situated “there” instead of “here.”
Frequency signature doesn’t apply only to objects. Every thought, emotion, circumstance or event has a signature determining its distinctive perceivable characteristics.
You, too, have a specific frequency signature resulting from the combination of your mental, emotional and physiological vibrations at any moment.
This is important to understand because:
Your frequency signature determines your uniqueness as well as your vibrational experiences and relationship with the cosmos.
The mental, emotional, and physiological structures (Fig. 01-03) work and combine like the eye’s three photoreceptors. Each co-resonate with a specific range of frequencies. The distinctive combination of those three energetic structures at any moment constitutes your active frequency signature which, in turn, determines what you perceive and experience in your life.
You don’t create or attract anything. You only perceive as reality the matching frequencies in the all-that-is of the cosmos with your active signature.
Frequency signature represents your State of Being, which is the true definition of feeling. Feelings are not emotions, but the gathered sensing of the frequency combination of your thoughts, emotions, and physiology.
Those three waves combine to form a standing wave which doesn’t propagate but remains in the same location pulsating and radiating. Imagine it like a surrounding energetic sphere – the bubble of your feeling and, therefore, the frequencies of your perceived reality. (Fig. 01-04)
It’s important to comprehend that all frequencies that can exist already exist; that all frequency combinations or signatures of all possible realities that can exist do co-exist, simultaneously, right now.
This is the true vibrational mechanics of manifestation. You create or attract nothing in the sense of bringing something into existence that did not exist before. You only shift your thoughts, emotions and physiology, altering your signature – your feeling or state of being. By doing so, you experience a different reality.
You cannot stop manifesting. All you can do is be aware of what you’re manifesting and change your experiences by changing your frequency signature, or State of Being.