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Principles of Light, Sound and Consciousness
All vibrations have a frequency. What is a frequency? It's a basic cycle of something, an high plus a low; in a music tone's case, a crest and trough of a sound wave. Each cycle is called an "oscillation". The rate at which a frequency oscillates is based on how many crests and troughs of its basic vibration there are within a single second of time. Higher frequencies simply have more repetitions of crests and troughs per second; lower frequencies simply have fewer crests and troughs per second. The lowest vibrations are those of the physical realm, the highest are those of consciousness; they, and all states of being in between, are vibrationally linked and related.
The Relative Nature of Sound and Light
Generally, the sounds we hear fall between 20-20,000 cycles per second. All sounds have basic qualities, which may be beneficial or negative. A tone with, let's say 100 crests and troughs or cycles per second has a frequency of 100 Hertz (100Hz) and is in the bass music register. A tone of 100x2 equals the same fundamental vibration, but twice the frequency, so it has the same basic sound and the same basic qualities but it's an octave higher, with a frequency of 200Hz. The same basic tone, 3 octaves higher, or 200x2x2x2 = 1600Hz and is now in the soprano register; however, while the frequency is higher, with more cycles per second, it's still the same basic tone with the same basic qualities. (Incidentally, once frequencies pass 1000Hz, they become kiloHertz, so that tone would be written as 16kHz) If you keep multiplying that tone's frequency x 2 long enough, it's vibration goes beyond sound to ultrasound, then into the electromagnetic spectrum to radio waves, then to microwaves, then infrared light, then visible light and on to ultraviolet, x-rays and gamma rays; same tone, same fundamental qualities, exponentially higher frequencies.
Music and Sympathetic Vibration
The musical scale most commonly used on earth, the"Pythagorean Scale" (named after Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician who first discovered it) has 12 basic, repeating tones. Collectively, those 12 basic tones increase and decrease by octaves, high and/or low, but, like ice, water and clouds, they're still the same basic 12 tones in any given octave. When they're in higher octaves, the cycles of those tones oscillate faster, so technically they're higher frequencies - they vibrate twice as fast as the same tones an octave lower than them. When they're in lower octaves, the tones' frequencies oscillate twice as slow as the same tones an octave higher than them. Again, nonetheless, they are still the same, basic 12 tones and the basic qualities of the tones are still the same also.
(The qualities of many frequencies have general effects on objects upon or into which they're transmitted. Some frequencies have qualities that directly quicken or activate states of mind and/or emotion. Such frequencies are called "psychoactive", because they activate aspects of the psyche. Others, akin to those oscillating on high spiritual levels, have the qualities that can actually instill or engender states of mind or consciousness. Such frequencies are regarded as "psychogenetic" because they seed and establish levels and aspects of consciousness in the listener.)
Now, here's where the Magic comes into play. Just as the qualities of each basic tone remain consistent regardless of the physical vibratory state, they also operate metaphysically, generating effects on matter as well as emotions, thought and even and on human consciousness. An audio tone of 800Hz, which is the musical tone "G", generates a sense of balance. When it's increased by octaves into visible light frequencies, it's the color green; thus, the same balancing qualities of the color green are expressed by the musical tone of 800Hz and either (or the combination of) that color or tone will produce a sense of balance and harmony in the listener or viewer. This is accomplished through the principle of "sympathetic vibration."
Through the principle of sympathetic vibration, something in a lower vibratory state will begin to oscillate at the same fundamental tone when a tone of an higher frequency is expressed through it. That's how sound and color healing works, (as well as more formalized medical practices such as homeopathy.) The frequencies of our brainwaves are below the sound register, yet through sympathetic vibration, either the color green or the musical tone G can be used to stimulate our brainwaves and shift our physiological underpinnings, and consequently our emotions and thoughts toward balance and harmony. That shift extends beyond thought to consciousness as well, hence light and/or sound may be transmitted to directly transform our personal consciousness; the higher the basic qualities of the transmitted frequencies, the higher the level of consciousness they will stimulate.