Good Vibrations – An Introduction

I have a client who recently fell on some ice and broke his arm.   As is customary, he had friends decorate his cast with their comments.  Some of the comments contained vulgar slang words – curse words as we call them.  The energy of these words written on his cast got me thinking about the quality of the healing that is happening within the bone cells of his arm.

Here’s why.  Our bodies are alive with energy.  Energy is vibration.  Vibration is thought.

Over the next several blog postings, I plan on explaining the above sentence and why I am concerned about my client’s arm.   We’ll discuss the energy of vibration, through light and sound.  In that context, we’ll talk about how thought and intention affect vibration and thereby affecting energy and thereby affecting the cells in our body and so on and so on.

We’ll look at the study of cymatics and the work of Masaru Emoto as examples of how vibrations affect physical matter.  Through this exploration, I’m interested in your thoughts and experiences as well.  In the meantime, I’ve included some pre-view pictures for you to enjoy.

View the next installment:  Good Vibrations Part 1:  Energy is Vibration

Sound Waves in a Water Droplet

Sound Waves in a Water Droplet

Sound Waves Vibrating Sand on a Metal Plate

Sound Waves Vibrating Sand on a Metal Plate


About Paul Kulpinski, LMT

Paul Kulpinski is a licensed massage therapist, holistic wellness coach and co-founder of Mountain Waves Healing Arts in Flagstaff, Arizona with over 15 years experience in helping people achieve their optimum state of well being. Information contained in this blog should not be taken as medical advice. Readers are advised to validate the information presented here with other sources including your personal physician for information specific to you.
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3 Responses to Good Vibrations – An Introduction

  1. holly troy says:

    Energy/vibration is fascinating! It is something to think about — we can sense energy for sure. How do our cells feel about it? Sometimes I think they know more than our brains do!

    I am sending the person with the broken arm good thoughts for healing.

  2. Thanks Holly. He certainly needs good thoughts for healing – as do we all.

  3. Amal Lana says:

    These pictures are amazing and beautiful! I also think about what images we can not capture on film.

    Life. It is fantastic!

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