Trust and Vibrational Habits
Da Pah Kwan Yin San
April 12, 2018
Akeyasan 2: I wonder if I have these vibrational habits.
Da Pah Kwan Yin San: That is for you to explore, of course.
Akeyasan 2: Do people choose their own vibrational habits, or is it something that happens entirely unaware?
Da Pah Kwan Yin San: Vibrational habits are not created voluntarily; they are a consequence of vibrational activity.
When, for instance, the akeyasan student commences Eja’i chi Pah training, which can be translated as the Practice of the Pah – or, to say it metaphysically, “the gentle art of stepping into infinity by being here now” – the student learns that it is indeed possible to never generate vibrational consequences when interacting with vibrational reality. It may require quite some focus to achieve, but it is within reach.
Imagine, if you will, a large bell that is vibrating because it has been made to ring. After a little while, when ringing has almost faded away but there is still a subtle audibleness to it; the bell is still generating vibrations in ever lower frequency cycles. Then, the sound dies down completely, at least as far as the ear is concerned. But the ear is wrong. What happened instead is that those vibrations that one could pick up have become internalized. This is to be taken on two levels of understanding: the vibrations have now become part of the matter of the bell itself, its energetic-vibrational state permanently changed because of that fact, yet those same vibrations have also become part of you, who, equally, has now forever changed as the result of adding those vibrations to the self and to the whole.
In other words: the sound vibrations of the bell ringing, as they faded away, became part of the matter, of the energy, and of the vibrational state of the bell itself, which is forever changed because it has added to itself the experience of it being made to ring as well as the experience of it being heard by the person ringing it and those hearing it being rung; a change that will continue to increase with each new occurrence and with each new observer or experiencer.
The same can be said for the akeyasan student and the vibrational habits that we are discussing: the original establishing and experiencing of a vibrational habit may have passed, but the mind and body – the vibrational make-up of the material being – is often accustomed to continuing such habits once they have been established, observed, and experienced.
When the student is entirely unaware of its own vibrational habits, the mere act of the student interacting, and thus, being observed and experienced, by another being that has already observed an established vibrational habit, can in those cases cause an unconscious recurrence or reenactment of the habit or habits, indeed.