Resonance … Nature’s Language

There are three types of recognised resonance: Phase Resonance, Amplitude Resonance and Natural Resonance. We are primarily concerned in this context with natural resonance as an introduction to the resonance phenomena. 

Resonance is an effect of harmony (harmonisation).

Resonance or co-vibration is the name given to the phenomenon of one vibrating body imparting its vibratory movement or information to another body. previously at rest.*

Harmony: Harmony is the simultaneous vibration of two or more bodies whose harmonics do not produce discords, and whose fundamental pitches are harmonics of the lowest pitch, or are a unison with the resultant notes or overtones, or undertones, of any two or more of them.*

This leads to the quality or state of being resonant, or producing or exhibiting resonance.

When two or more objects resonate as one object they are thought to be sympathetically linked.*

The term ‘sympathy’ is used in science/physics to describe a specific physical state or condition. This being the case it (sympathy) has its very certain place in Sympathetic Vibratory Physics.*

Sympathy: Pertaining to or produced by sympathy.*

“The mutual relation between parts more or less distant, whereby a change in the one has an effect upon the other.”

[Blakiston’s New Gould Medical Dictionary]

  • A real or supposed affinity between certain things, by virtue of which they are similarly or correspondingly affected by the same influence, affect or influence one another (especially in some hidden, unseen way), or attract or tend towards each other.
  • A relation between two bodily organs or parts (or between two persons or things) such that disorder, or any condition, of the one induces a corresponding condition in the other.
  • Agreement, accord, Harmony, consonance, concord, agreement in qualities, likeness, conformity, correspondence.
  • Conformity of feelings, inclinations, or temperament, which makes persons agreeable to each other; community of feelings; Harmony of disposition.

When two or more objects are tuned identically as in two sympathetic tuning forks but are not excited (vibrating) they are said to be in sympathy or sympathetically connected/linked or entangled – but they are not moving. They are in a static state of harmony or sympathy. When one or the other is excited (struck) the other responds and the two are then said to be in a state of resonance one with the other. They then vibrate “as one.” 

First and foremost sympathy is Love or that which connects all things to all else.*

Resonance could hence be described as nature’s language at all levels.  

* Reference: masterfully curated by Dale Pond of the Pond Science Institute, a friend of the New Water Generation.

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