Listening to Abrahams 22 process to raise your vibrations, there is only one aspect touched upon from Abrahams teachings that (to me) seems a bit 'off in the bushes' at the moment.

The cleaning clutter for clairty process is, in simple terms, just cleaning up and organising your room, house, desk or some other space you frequent often. The whole idea is that one feels a lot better when there space is in some style of order and control.

However, Abraham points out that a messy room contains it's own vibration. So a physical object or a perception of something contains a vibration?

The only way I can re-phrase this would be to say that the messy room is a manifestation of one being out of Source alignment.

If I'm wrong, and if, on my original assumption, that physical objects DO contain their own vibration, then the question is why is that? Perhaps then, studying Feng Shui would be most beneficial to be in accordance with this. It seems under this hypothesis, that thoughts and feelings can be over-taken with the replacement of some external physical thing or experience.

asked 22 Nov '11, 12:59

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Just to add, would this also mean that every food contains its own vibration?

(22 Nov '11, 12:59) Nikulas
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Hiya, Nik!

Yes, everything has vibrations-a cluttered room can collect negative energy...this is why we study Feng Shui, as you said. The flow of energy in a home or other indoor or outdoor place is really important. Look at those Japanese gardens- they are the height of "good flow".

But to answer your question- yes, things vibrate, along with everything else that exists. Some people are really sensitive to it, and some people are not. Just depends, I guess. Sounds to me like you are one of those sensitive people. I happen to collect crystals, and they really, really vibrate. Try buying a crystal or two- see which ones you are drawn to, and get them. Quartz is my favorite, followed by fluorite. If you get a couple, drop me a note, and I will tell you what they mean, and why you picked them. This will teach you to be sensitive to the vibrations of things.Peace and Blessings, Jai


answered 22 Nov '11, 14:27

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(23 Nov '11, 14:44) Nikulas

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(23 Nov '11, 22:58) Jaianniah

Yes i agree with Jai ... everything vibrates . One of the seven keys to radionics is "things have a specific virtual force that is often expressed by their shape or form"

The Bach flower remedies are based on the idea that all plants possess their own specific vibrations ... homeopathy is based on the same idea ... the list is long


answered 22 Nov '11, 14:53

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edited 22 Nov '11, 14:59

yes we live in a world of forms, everything that exists has a form and is characterized by that form, whether it be a solid or a more fleeting structure like a movement, a projection, a wave or a flow of water or air. Under certain conditions forces; verb, sound, rythm, number, etc ... can be born one from the other, for example singing can make a glass vibrate and that's why a spy is invisible to other people except to other spies and it takes a thief to catch a thief; vibrational harmony

(22 Apr '14, 06:14) jaz

I agree. As a sensitive person, I have known since I was a little child that "things" have a vibration and even some consciousness. Like Jai, I have some favorite rocks and fossils also.

I have studied Feng Shui, just casually, and over the years it has really helped me keep my spaces attractive and welcoming. I really recommend it. It's the opinion of many, that if our surroundings are disordered, that we will not be at our best, and I certainly believe that as well. I have tested this out with myself and found it to be true! And you don't have to "do it by the book"; you can personalize your room(s) as to what feels and looks best for you personally.

Yes, food does have vibration, and the fresher it is, the better the vibrations. Fresh vegetables, nuts, and fruits have a wonderful vibration and cooked foods like mashed potatoes have almost nothing. Meats, of course, have a negative vibration if any (depending on how much they have been cooked) because the animal has violently had its life taken. An all raw diet does not work well for many people though in the long run, so just use common sense with your meals and try to achieve balance.

Best Wishes!


answered 22 Nov '11, 14:56

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There is the physical but since it is made of light as everything is it is not solid and so emanates from the source (God) since this emanates from God it is not fixed in a location but more like we see the end of a flashlight beam on a piece of paper. We do not see the beam coming to the paper as I hold the flashlight in my hand.

The only way we could see this finer quality of light is to exist in this finer quality of light, fortunately for us we too are projections of light! So if we move our consciousness from this most dense to lighter and lighter we see everything gets lighter and lighter, more like the original light it comes from.

This is vibration as it says in John "1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. 4 In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it."

As we raise up in our level of consciousness we see things finer and finer light like we can see through them, the more we rise up in consciousness the more light we see until we reach pure white light. I will stop here as to go farther is getting beyond the topic.

So it is that since everything is the result of that projection of light and all is that light it is all vibration of frequency there is nothing that is not.


answered 22 Nov '11, 17:09

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Hi Nikulas, Yes everything vibrates and not only do we pick up on the vibrations of others but also on the vibrations of physical objects. The strange thing is we also impregnate things with our own energy. Thats all good if the things are new and/or clean of other peoples energy but most of the time a sensitive person can pick up on others feelings and pain through their posessions weather jewlerey or household objects. Mediums and psychics do this all the time.

There might be objects in yousr posession at the moment given to you by others that you love or maybe there are some that you simply dont like at all and sometimes it's not the thing itself but you might be picking up on anothers energy. Just bringing something into your home can change the vibration within you and your home.

I learned this the hard way when buying things at antique fairs. Some of them I had to get rid of as I was too sensitive to the energy of the person (usualy deceased) that had it before me and this freaked me out. Some objects caused severe insomnia and it took me a while to figure out that it was something I brought into my home. After geting rid of it I slept like a baby.

At first I thought this cant be true, I'm inteligent and this is the 21st century after all, but have since learned to be careful of what and I bring into my home. Yes all and everything vibrates and vibrations can be affected by different people and things.

As for physical objects being what they are, like a table for instance, it will allways remain a table but the energy permiating it can be stuck to it for centuries or till destroyed.


answered 22 Nov '11, 18:58

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You made some really good points, about the exchange of vibration between ourselves and others, ourselves and objects, etc. Another good point was about being careful what we bring into our environment.

(22 Nov '11, 19:31) LeeAnn 1

well i will tell you this yes every thing is made from energy. but has for the order. or the mess it is still duality and judgement. one might have to much stuff for the space he has and even if it is keep in order it might look like a mess. another might have a empty room and yes it is in order it is empty.

Charles Lindbergh Success is not measured by what a man accomplishes, but by the opposition he has encountered and the courage with which he has maintained the struggle against overwhelming odds.

Booker T. Washington Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.

John Wooden Don't measure yourself by what you have accomplished, but by what you should have accomplished with your ability.

“You never really know a man until you understand things from his point of view, until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.”

For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.

experience and enjoy.


answered 22 Nov '11, 22:56

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