By Scott Miners
Why not give yourself a leg up? Be footloose and fancy freely. Smell the heaven scent. Imagine health next. Be in joy and delight, grace and ease.
The mind and body like to play. It’s fun to play with words and creatively and respectfully with others. Remove the unwanted parts of the sculpture, until you have a thing of beauty to focus upon.
Arm yourself with a wide band of vision and keep your eye on what you want—and hand it to yourself when you appreciate what you have in your lap.
Pull the air into your lungs fully all your waking day, loosen your gut strings, oxygenate your blood, and enhance cellular replication.
Let nothing under your skin save joy. Avoid the media jawbreakers and tongue-wags who make your teeth hurt and gum up your systems. Turn your other cheek to the negative news purveyors who, out of habit, spread psychic epidemics on the world. Chew the fat about what you appreciate and want to see next.
Keep your chin up and ears tuned to the graceful sounds of silence. Raise the focus of your mind, feed your brain high frequencies, and harmonize your hormones. Cell your body on this food. You can stomach it. It’s the best for digestion, and will make you a graceful liver.
Don’t leave your DNA stranded; spiral upward to higher-frequency loops of thought. Help someone get back on their feet—when you can shoulder it without it being a pain in the neck.
It won’t be hair raising. Flesh it all out and don’t make any bones about any of it. Let’s face it: You’ve got the heart for it all or you wouldn’t be here.
Good Healing Vibrations
Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys rock-and-roll-along band produced a widely popular song in 1966 titled “Good Vibrations.” It is lyrically and musically one of the most beautiful and innovative melodies ever. It’s the tale of a young man who finds himself “picking up” good vibrations while observing a young lady.
He beholds, “the colorful clothes she wears / And the way the sunlight plays upon her hair.” He hears “the sound of her gentle word, on the wind,” and he delights in the smell of “her perfume through the air….”
Wilson describes sensory interpretations of vibration: Waves of light, sound, and scents. His lyrics are elegant insights into a universal truth: To be is to interact with waves of energy of varying lengths. Below we analyze his song, but first, a little science.
Physics revealed in the 1930s that everything is made of light waves vibrating at one frequency or another, from fast to slow. Those waves manifest also as sound, light/colors, fragrance, or thought and imagination that create emotions. Physical particles are slowed-down light waves.
Now, at this point, it is very exciting to be able to reveal a fact quite shocking: Every cell in the human body, which is made of light waves, receives thought vibrations. Equally perturbing, or perhaps more so, is that some Intelligence so endowed us that we can freely think about, interpret, and choose those vibrations in diverse ways—such as by emotional responses.
The latter can vary in degree on the Vibration List from absolute bliss to abject fear. Want to create viewership? Just peddle fear, and say nothing of the profoundly predominant well being, the billions of recoveries from illnesses. Sound familiar?
Viewing news so unbalanced it focuses on the habit of making you afraid so you will be addicted to watching affects trillions of cells because of your thought and emotion. Yes, it’s truly frightful: Those in the media create drama to improve ratings. The vast majority of people who contract the coronavirus recover. Perhaps, if you demand it, the media will report this not-so-dramatic news.
Thoughts produce emotions that cause the body to manufacture chemicals for every cell. The authors in Thoughts, Attitudes & Your Health. show clearly that your thoughts influence the health of your body. Considering only the Schumann resonance frequencies of the earth, you would easily understand that our environment is a sea of varying vibrations, 24/7.
What then of the collective thought of 8 billion humans being processed by 8 billion brains emitting trillions of waves of frequency? What do these do to the ocean of frequencies in which we blithely bathe daily? Do some of them pollute?
The amount of waste plastic and toxic-chemical effluent in Earth’s seas, air, and on land startles, concerns, frustrates. These toxins are a metaphor as well: They highlight the existence of negative thoughts. Thought pollution from fearful or other negative thoughts (lack, blame, shame, isolation, competition) produced the actions of introduction of chemical toxins into the air, water, and earth.
A vibratory environmentalist focuses on appreciation and imagined improvements that lead to action. The sun, water, food, are deep-seated resources. The societal pressure-cooker caused by imbalances: Distribution of resources, disparities of poverty and wealth, racism, evoke from everyone in integrity a desire to weed the garden and expose the produce.
There’s no paradigm for what can become a more ideal world, but the model of thinking has to change: From hopelessness to hope, from fear to anger to revenge to frustration to hope to enthusiasm to compassion to peace and to love—and to actions based on the higher frequency vibrations of the latter four emotions. The body is capable of producing any emotion a thinker desires, conditioned almost exclusively upon thoughts from moment to moment.
To live in a just and encompassing representative government, each person has to live in integrity, which means to self govern. Self-governance involves monitoring thoughts to the degree that one predominantly identifies the weeds and nurtures—as well as imagines—the produce, the health outcome, one wants—daily.
As Albert Einstein wrote in his later years, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.”1
Creating a New World
Brian Wilson’s sensory perceptions, thoughts, and feelings about this wonderful girl he beheld brought his body to a felt sense of “excitation.” He wrote that he closed his eyes, and in his imagination received “good vibrations.” He chanted, “My, my, my, what elation.” His focus on this young woman’s beautiful qualities amplified the exhilaration he felt.
It wasn’t the girl’s thoughts and feelings of love (or not) toward Wilson that affected him so much; it was his thoughts and feelings of appreciation and admiration that resonated through his body. He was “picking up” good vibrations from his own thoughts and imagination, and these created the healing power of good vibrations in his body. He created an ocean of love around himself, creating a personal reality.
What has been seen and experienced can’t be depended on anymore. A philosopher and the physicist will say, the personal ocean of thought you create resonates, ripples out to the body and collective sea of consciousness to everyone. The notion of being responsible for creating the consciousness and emotions you desire is stirring the sleeper awake.
The Disease of the Earth
It is a time of retrenchment of life as usual. There has never been such a period of globally mandated social “isolation,” where individuals have had so much time for self-reflection. It has stripped humanity naked revealing both challenges and opportunities—and shone a spotlight on the vulnerability of the human species. How do you use this time most creatively?
A collective angst of billions affects all via thoughts and resultant feelings. Sensitivity to emotional vibration is empathy. A sensitive person experiences reactions to disquiet even halfway around the world as emotions of anxiety and fear. The challenge is to sort what isn’t personally made, and allow those emotions to pass through, giving them no power.
One may consider noting things learned about self during this pandemic. Which thought leads to which emotion? What is preferred? What value is there in being here, in a body? What gifts have been revealed? What repeated emotions are to be overcome?
The Native frequency waves from the universe support pure consciousness. Masters of this life, first thing upon awakening, breathe deeply—and do so throughout the day. Doing so oxygenates cells.
These ones perceive the Providence in all of life and revere each moment. They meditate, even if that is just focusing on breath for 15 minutes at various times during the day. They eat a pure, live-food diet, and they exercise—not to sculpt a culturally acceptable body, but to oxygenate and help the body release toxins. They take time to contemplate.
In quiet time there is progress and achievement. Thoughts emerge and create emotions, which are the invisible fires that dreamers use to make dreams come true. Note: What am I learning from this? What do I want to create in my life, my community, and the world from this point?
Life with Soul
Nothing else it seems is ultimately good enough—save tuning in with contemplative thought and aligning with the expanded self. When a child is learning to walk, it sometimes falls, and then it gets up and keeps on keeping on. During this unprecedented time of a dramatic lock down, some speak and write of the loneliness, anger, a feeling of imprisonment, isolation, a neutralization of what they thought was their life’s purpose; they talk of feeling unseen and being impatient to return to what was.
What is the message from those emotions? What does the soul want a person to know, to experience, to create from what is becoming a blank slate? What needs to change and improve? Do you remember that the smog disappeared from major cities?
The composer of the Good Vibrations tune generated good vibrations willfully. He focused on them. He lived for that moment in the high frequencies of love, appreciation, and admiration while he focused his attention on them.
His body resonated with the feelings. Every cell bathed in them. A virus cannot take hold in such an environment.
The blood will not carry viruses when the heart is in coherence with appreciation. To think of someone one loves: A mate, mother, a baby, a pet, or things to appreciate creates emotion in the body producing chemicals in which viruses can’t survive.
The body is capable of receiving every emotion, thought, and spiritual communication of whatever is desired. It possesses all of the substances necessary to heal itself, including to reverse pain, aging, and deformation. There is freedom to choose, to move, change, and adapt—and imagine a new life.
The heart has the soul wisdom to be, not a victim to the world’s obsessions or fears but rather, an adaptive co-creator of a new sculpture. This will be a personal, familial, communal, and global culture of compassion, forgiveness, expansion, allowance of diversity, and therefore evolution. Has there ever been a better time to align with what you want and can act upon than now? 
Scott Miners is a journalist, author, and is editor of Well Being Journal. His books include Thoughts, Attitudes & Your Health and The Healing Effects of Energy Medicine: Memoirs of a Medical Intuitive.
- From Cosmic Religion: With Other Opinions and Aphorisms (1931), by Albert Einstein, p 97.
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“Good Vibrations and A Body of Health” was first published in the Winter 2020/21 edition of Well Being Journal. See contents below.
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