Everything in Life is a vibration, said Albert Einstein.
An atom is the basic unit of matter but it is not devoid of consciousness. It is in a constant state of motion, and we can understand this from our experience and common sense that wherever there is a motion, there will be a vibration. We all by know that the Universe is Alive and is ever expanding, and is vibrating at a certain frequency of creation, sustenance and correction. The same energies were expressed as Brahma Vishnu and Mahesh in Indian teachings
Likewise, from the point of view of Physics, there are 2 fundamental governing energies, viz Sound and Light. Light in turn produces Heat energy which is the power of transformation and generation. For example, Hydrogen and Oxygen when meet at a certain specific temperature forms Water; Curd is made by adding little curd to milk that should have warmth of a certain temperature; a child in the Mother´s womb needs a certain warmth and temperature to grow healthy. There are many such examples through which we can intellectually and logically understand the process of creation, sustenance and correction, viz Brahma Vishnu and Mahesh. Let´s approach this through the most ancient texts, the Vedas. They declare, Yatha Pinde Tatha Brahmande
The same has been established as a genesis of the cosmos by the saints and scholars of the past. The whole cosmic and worldly experience can be understood as a web and manifestation of these 2 energies. Take a Pause and experience your body for a moment. You are a moving Universe in yourself. So is announced in the Vedas, the ancient Hindu scriptures, ¨Yatha Pinde Thatha Brahmande¨ Every drop is an ocean. Likewise the universe we are constantly expanding and our whole life is getting governed by these 2 fundamental energies. Sound and Light. Where there is Light, there is heat therefore we can call them 3 energies as well. The same 3 are Brahma Vishnu and Mahesh. Here Light and heat are connected and so is Brahma connected to Vishnu. Vishnu is Light and Shiva is Naad, The primary sound and Brahma is the extension of light which is heat. Together all 3 creates a 3 dimensional existence of life within and all around us. All these energies when in a certain balance ensure wellbeing and when disturbed causes disturbance. The idea of happy life is to ensure a balanced life filled with harmony and peace. These energy streams continue to flow in the human existence through the invisible conduit channels called Nadis in the yogic language. You can consider it as the traffic flow in your city. There are numerous roads, streets and local ways through which traffic commute in your city and so is the case with this city called human existence. There are numerous pathways and 10 among them are of prime importance. 3 out of these 10 hold even more importance as they are regarded as the fundamental highways through which the traffic flows in abundance. Yogic rishis named these nadis as Ida, Pingala and Sushumna. Now once these energy streams carry the traffic, there surely are junction points or circles where this traffic converge and diverge. This convergence and divergence takes place at many places but there are 7 specific centers where heavy traffic moves. Congestion of traffic and jamming will happen if there is indiscipline or irregularity at these junction points. "Yatha Pinde Tatha Brahmande". "As is the atom, so is the universe". This means that the microcosm and the macrocosm reflect each other and are interconnected. This phrase announces the interconnectedness of all things. It suggests that the universe and all that exists within it are closely knitted and are interconnected, with each part reflecting the whole. The idea behind this is that the universe is made up of countless tiny particles, just as the human body is made up of individual cells. Each individual part is connected to and affects the entire system.
This concept can be seen in many different areas of study, from physics and biology to philosophy and spirituality. In physics, for example, the study of quantum mechanics suggests that particles are interconnected and can influence each other regardless of distance. In biology, the study of ecosystems shows how all living things are connected and dependent on each other for survival. In philosophy and spirituality, the concept of interconnectedness is often linked to the idea of oneness and unity. It suggests that all beings are part of a larger whole, and that our individual actions and experiences have an impact on the world around us. Overall, the phrase Yathha pinde tatha brahmande reminds us of the importance of recognizing our interconnectedness and living in harmony with the world around us. By doing so, we can create a more peaceful, compassionate, and sustainable world for all. So each one of us is a Universe interacting with the other Whole and it´s happening even now while someone is typing this and you are reading. Now within the cosmos, there are cosmic energies that are flowing in different directions and solving different purpose. In a human body it happens that these energy streams OR bio-electricity flows through different conduit channels whom the yogis named as Nadis. Among the innumerable channels, there are 10 main and among those 10, the 3 fundamental or primary channels are named as Ida, Pingla and Sushumna. whenever there is a flow, there will be junction points. Let us understand this with the metaphor of the city traffic. When traffic flows through the city roads it converges and diverges at many junction points. Amongst these, there are many major converging centers whom we call Circles because of their round about structure. Similarly, our rishis, in their deep yogic states discovered that the life energy flows through the nadis and converge and diverge at specific centres called Chakras; centres for extrasensory potential. Though they are not round in shape but they do appear so because they are constantly in motion. Now imagine a scenario. What will happen if there is indiscipline at the traffic circle? Traffic Jam. Correct. Similarly when there is an indiscipline of thoughts and emotions These centres of extrasensory potential are called Chakras in Sanskrit. These chakras remain in balance when the traffic flows smoothly, but once there occurs some disturbance due to indiscipline, these chakras get imbalanced. The imbalance causes accidents that get reflected as poor health, diseases and disorders, both at physical and mental level.
If one understands the correlation between these chakras and ill health; if one can learn how human emotions are the root cause of this congestion and moreover, how to heal those emotions to release these blockages then soon life can start getting resolved and getting back on track. If interested in learning more about how these chakras gets congested and what efforts can be done to cleanse, strengthen and energise them, you can join our Energy Healing Training programs.