‘10 Jan 19 The other day I was thinking of frequency and vibration and I realized that I had been locked into a very narrow lopsided definition of frequency, due in part, to my electronic background. Most, if not all of our present day electronic circuitry operates on some frequency of so many cycles per second (cps). The alternating current (AC) of the electrical power that supplies our homes in North America has a frequency of 60 cps, and things that run on batteries use DC or direct current or 0 cps.
I don’t know why, but I had it in my mind that 0 cps was the lowest vibration, until it dawned on me that that belief is only true and relative if you are using one second of time as a base for measurement. We not only have cycles /second, but also cycles/minute, /hour, /day, /week, /month, /year, /decade, /century, /millennium, etc. As infinite as frequency can go in one direction of time, it can go like-wise in the opposite direction, and frequency or vibration doesn’t really mean anything unless it is related to some unit of time.
It’s also interesting that the “now” moment is equally valid in whatever form you are describing the frequency/time event. Even though it may happen in 1/1,000,000,000 of a second, that “now” event is also logged or noted in the greater or slower concept of time/frequency as in a century. No matter how fast or slow a thing happens, there is always a series of “now” events or moments that create the experience, that are valid in both the micro and macro realities. I don’t know why this is coming up or where it’s going, but I’m sure that I’ll find out when the time is right.