271 – Vibrations

National Integration Through Thirukkural And Sanskrit

Vibrations from Thoughts

Everything is energy. Everything we can see, hear, touch, taste and smell is made of different wavelengths vibrating at different frequencies.  Our inner mind has the ability to interpret the different wavelengths vibrating at different frequencies of the various objects around us. The objects can be physical like a person or non-physical like a thought.

Every time you have a thought, you send out that thought’s specific vibration. If a thought makes you feel good, it’s a positive thought, vibrating at a higher frequency. If a thought makes you feel bad, it’s a negative thought, vibrating at a lower frequency.  As the vibration grows, it becomes stronger, more stable, and attracts other equal frequencies. The thoughts you think, form a collective vibration. You have the power to choose your thoughts and therefore you have the power to change your vibration and how you feel.

The following narrative is how the vibrations arising from one’s thoughts, which are not visible to the naked eye, influences objects around us.

Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose  is a renowned Scientist who made significant research into radio and microwave optics and plant science. He invented a device called Crescograph for measuring growth in plants. The Crescograph records the movement of the tip of a plant (or its roots) at magnifications of up to 10,000. The instrument was used to study and demonstrate the changes under varying stimuli. Using the Crescograph, he proved that playing certain kinds of music in the area where plants grew caused them to grow faster. Through various experiments, he demonstrated feeling in plants. He proved that plants can “feel pain, understand affection etc”. He published his research findings in various science journals.

Cleve Backster’s was an interrogation specialist for CIA, and as part of his investigation work, was working extensively with polygraph instruments. Inspired by the theory of Bose, Backster began a study of plants in the 1960s, and he observed that a polygraph instrument attached to a plant leaf registered a change in electrical resistance when the plant was harmed or even threatened with harm.  Backster attached polygraph electrodes to a plant, to measure the time taken for water to reach the leaves. The plant showed readings which resembled that of a human. This made Backster try different scenarios, and the readings went off the chart when he pictured burning the leaf, because according to him, the plant registered a stress response to his thoughts of harming it. He conducted another similar experiment where he observed a plant’s response to the death of a brine shrimp in another room; his results convinced him that plants demonstrated telepathic awareness. He argued that plants perceived human intentions, and as he began to investigate further, he also reported finding that other human thoughts and emotions caused reactions in plants, which could be recorded by a polygraph instrument. He termed the plants’ sensitivity to thoughts “Primary Perception” and extending his research on yoghurt bacteria, eggs and human sperm he claimed his results showed “primary perception” could be measured in all living things.

In another instance, when a friend of him visited his laboratory, all the plants shrunk almost immediately. Surprised by the plants’ reaction, he enquired about the nature of work his friend carried on. His friend told him, that as part of his research work, he used to burn plants in his laboratory. Backster concluded that, the plants interpreted the negative vibrations emitted by his friend and feared that, they would also be burnt.

Decades back in the famous Jambukeswaram Temple at Thiruvanaikkal in  Tamilnadu, the sthala vruksham Rose Apple tree, started withering away and had very little life, left in it. The trustees of the temple organized chanting of Rudra Japam 11 times and performed Abhishekam on the tree and it sprouted back to its original vigour.

Due to scientific advancements, there are instruments like Polygraph machine, to measure the external effects of one’s thought process. But, an inbuilt Polygraph machine, in the form of inner mind and conscience continuously tracks our thought processes and records them internally and influence our next births as well.

Thiruvalluvar in his Couplet 271 says that five elements of nature, namely the, earth, water, fire, air and the sky, resides in each organism. If a person practices deceit and gives an impression to others as a noble person or an ascetic, these five elements laugh among themselves at the expense of this vain person.

வஞ்ச மனத்தான் படிற்றுஒழுக்கம் பூதங்கள் 
ஐந்தும் அகத்தே நகும்.

Vanja Manaththaan Paditru-ozhukkam Boodhangal
Aindhum Agaththe Nagum

பரிமேலழகர் உரை:

வஞ்ச மனத்தான் படிற்று ஒழுக்கம் – வஞ்சம் பொருந்திய மனத்தை உடையவனது மறைந்த ஒழுக்கத்தை; பூதங்கள் ஐந்தும் அகத்தே நகும் – உடம்பாய் அவனோடு கலந்து நிற்கின்ற பூதங்கள் ஐந்தும் கண்டு தம்முள்ளே நகும். (காமம் தன் கண்ணே தோன்றி நலியா நிற்கவும், அதனது இன்மை கூறிப் புறத்தாரை வஞ்சித்தலின் வஞ்சமனம் என்றும், அந்நலிவு பொறுக்கமாட்டாது ஒழுகும் களவு ஒழுக்கத்தைப் ‘படிற்று ஒழுக்கம்’ என்றும் உலகத்துக் களவு உடையார் பிறர் அறியாமல் செய்வனவற்றிற்கு ஐம்பெரும் பூதங்கள் சான்றாகலின், அவ்வொழுக்கத்தையும் அவன் மறைக்கின்ற ஆற்றையும் அறிந்து, அவனறியாமல் தம்முள்ளே நகுதலின், ‘அகத்தே நகும்’ என்றும் கூறினார். செய்த குற்றம் மறையாது ஆகலின், அவ்வொழுக்கம் ஆகாது என்பது கருத்து.).

Sanskrit Translation by Shri S.N. Srirama Desikan

வஞ்சகஸ்ய து³ராசாரம் தச்ச²ரீர க³தான்யபி |
பஞ்ச பூ⁴தானி த்³ருஷ்ட்-வைவ மந்த³மந்தர் ஹஸந்தி ஹி ||