Lately, I have been delving into something called Sympathetic Vibratory Physics AKA The Physics of Love. I have been inexorably sucked into Dale Pond’s website called “It Really is A Musical Universe.” It’s somewhat of a “heady” site, but if you’re up for the mental stimulation, The link is below. I’ve found it to be a rewarding read;
It Really is a Musical Universe!
I really dig the site because it’s a very ambitious attempt to account for various aspects of human experience through energy-based physics. While the site itself doesn’t talk about money or economics, I started to think for a bit about how the idea of a Musical/Vibrational Universe could affect our ideas about money and the role it plays in our work, relationships, dreams, etc. This note is the first of some of my meditations regarding Money as seen from a vibrational understanding of reality.
In the next two post, I will contrast two Economic Paradigms, The rules that govern them, and the way in which those rules affect our ability to create the results that matter most to us.
The 1st Paradigm is what I call the “Old Paradigm” because I believe humanity is collectively evolving beyond understandings of the Universe that center around what has been called by some Quantum physicist “The Myth of Matter.”
The second Paradigm I refer to as “The Emerging Paradigm” because I genuinely feel this way of seeing is beginning to enter into the mainstream consciousness in an unprecedented way.
I. The Old Paradigm:
A) The Universe is a closed system consisting of a finite amount of goods at any given time.
B) All or the majority of the world’s goods are “owned” or “possessed” by someone.
C) In order to obtain a desired good, one must do so by getting the owner of that good to part with it through an act of charity or through an act of exchange.
D) In the case of an exchange, Money or some other visible form of currency must function as the medium of exchange.
E) In order for one to obtain goods or fulfill desires, the cooperation of external conditions is an absolute necessity. In this paradigm, you cannot get something you want unless you can get someone else to give it to you. Even if you have enough money to exchange for what you want, you still cannot have it unless that entity is willing to sell to you.
The paradigm just described is the familiar way, but I do not believe it is our only option. In the next post, I’ll provide the layout for what I call “The Emerging Paradigm” and how it offers us greater hope, freedom, and possibility in an area that has often been know for causing anxiety and stress even in the best of us.
I hope you’ll join me.
In the meantime, create a great day.
To read Money & The Musical Universe Pt. 2, click here.