Jeff Volk
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Category: Cymatics

FROM VIBRATION TO MANIFESTATION: Assuming our Rightful Place in Creation

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Firmament of Sound


Before there were eyes to see


when a vast darkness still permeated the void,


All rested beneath a firmament of Sound.


I stare into the primal pool


breath ripples the water


and light appears –as if from within–


a raiment of pastel profusion


barely the faintest hint of definition.


I open myself and eyes appear


–as if from within–


so that I might see myself


apart from the landscape,


a part of the landscape–


my original face


peering out of the darkness,


peering into the void.


Without fear; without pain;


no sharp edges; no hard places;


no borders.


Nothing to recoil from


no need for protection


no need for rejection–


no separation.


I raise my voice and Behold! I Create


my own personal playground,


a universe of figure, form and motion


arising from my impetuous imagination.


© 2009, Jeff Volk


FROM VIBRATIONTO MANIFESTATION: Assuming our Rightful Place in Creation


All is vibration! ––Novalis


Editor’s Note: The following article builds on Cymatics: Insights into the Invisible World of Sound, published in the Summer 2009 issue of The Quester. A brief overview of the science of Cymatics will be given at the outset, but for a more thorough understanding, please refer to that article at http://www.cymaticsource.com/pdf/CaduceusArticle.pdf.


Cymatics in a Sound-bite


Cymatics, the study of wave phenomena and vibration, is a scientific methodology that demonstrates the vibratory nature of matter and the transformational nature of sound. It is sound science at its finest, and its implications are vast! The term (Kymatiks in German), was adapted from the Greek word for wave, ta Kyma, in the 1960s by Swiss medical doctor and natural scientist, Hans Jenny (1904-1972).


What sounds like very dry science is actually a marvel to behold. Watching just a few seconds of Jenny’s experiments using audible sound frequencies to animate inert powders, pastes and liquids into life-like flowing forms, offers a rare glimpse into the hidden dynamics of nature... [to read the full article (pdf) click this link]

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