The vibration in its fundamental form is the well known “primordial sound”: Aum or Om. It is the liveliness of awareness expressed in movement and sound. A specific intention has specific qualities which are expressed in tones.
The vibration or sound elicits a form. Basic ones are geometric, like the Platonic solids or Buckminster Fuller’s all-space filling geometry. At this level there is a direct relationship between the name or sound and the form or expression. Languages like Sanskrit and some suggest Hebrew have a correspondence between the sound of the word, the form it expresses, and the meaning.
Another way to look at this is that any given sound has an inherent intention. This is the source of the bija or root mantras, key sounds with know effects. While this knowledge is largely unknown in the west, it is well known in many older fields of study such as the Vedas of today’s India.
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This geometry or subtle form causes field effects. The field values have a series of values or resolutions. The first is what we typically describe as causal or mind. Of course, there are several way we could divide what is a continuum.
So you have complex vibrations, forming and interacting with a structure, within resolutions of fields. At intersections, we find points of resistance, nodes or change in flow. This is where you get focus or vortex effects that cause localization. Field concentrations that give rise to measurable field effects and the precipitation of matter.
Thus form arises from multiple resolution values, complex vibrational interactions and several scales all interrelating concurrently, within awareness. The vibrational values shift moment by moment, causing expression to continue to change. As Physics reveals, the apparent solid world is really a flow of attention, self interacting. It is only our minds that process perception into apparent solidity, mainly to simplify what needs to be dealt with.
We could go very much more into this, exploring many facets. Is it necessary to know or understand this? Not at all.
It is only for us to remember that what we experience is not what it appears, that it arises in a single awareness of which we are a focus, and that it is arising so awareness can learn about itself.
I find it quite ironic that many people “trust only what they can see” and science focuses on what is measurable. This is a valid approach only if they understand who is experiencing. Without context, it remains fully relative.
Another point is that Physics, in its attempt to understand the origins of matter, continues to focus on finer and finer detail. Because awarenss creates at every point of attention, they are traveling down a bottomless rabbit hole. Each time they think they have found the smallest thing – particle, quark, superstring – they will continue to find something smaller. The key is not the object, it is in what is observing.
Hope you enjoyed this little exploration.