Vibration & compatibility
KAMLESH D. PATEL explores the nature of compatibility, and how this affects our destiny in relationships, at the time of conception and death, and during our own personal evolution.
Compatibility is an extremely superfine concept. It is always about the relationship between two or more subjects. It is about the similarity or difference in vibrational patterns between two subjects. For example, when two musical instruments are in tune with each other, the music is harmonious. When they are out of tune, it is awful to listen to the music performed.
When two subjects are in harmony, when they resonate at the same frequency, there is harmony and similarity. This sort of togetherness is compatibility. It occurs in all aspects of our lives from the most basic physical aspects, like the foods we eat, to more subtle feelings of comfort or discomfort. For example, when you are taking one medication, if by accident you take something that is not compatible with that drug, there is a clash. There is a war inside and you suffer as a result.
Compatibility is also a very important aspect of human relationships. For all of us, the question is how to adjust and be in tune with our spouses. Similarly, as children grow up, their particular tendencies and habits manifest and again we all have to get used to each other. It takes perhaps twenty-five years or more. In families, we either allow entropy to take over and disintegration of the relationships happens, or we fine-tune ourselves over time to the family’s idiosyncrasies or vibrational frequency, happily adjusting to each other. It is really up to us. It is just like musicians being in tune with each other to play a beautiful symphony.
With business partners in the workplace, or in a school or college, wherever you are, there is an entire gamut of vibratory levels. You can try to interact with this level and with that level, and many things can be incompatible per se. The question is then, how do I make all vibratory levels match with my own?
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Article by KAMLESH D. PATEL
December 04, 2016
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