The secret of the Universe is something people have been seeking for millennia. What I can tell you is the answer to ‘life, the universe, and everything’ is not 42 as supposed by Douglas Adams in ‘The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ series despite the millennial efforts of mega-computer Deep Thought.
The secret of the universe is very simple and Einstein nailed it
“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”.
Of course, like most ‘famous’ quotes many have suggested it wasn’t said by Einstein, usually because they disagree with the content or sentiment. Also, many know this to be true and attaching Einstein’s name to it helps credibility.
This has been backed up by Stephen Hawking in his research on ‘string theory’ attempting to discover the smallest particle making up the universe he ultimately found a ‘vibration’ – a string of energy, rather than the solid three dimensional particle which ‘science’ was expecting.
So, about energy and the real secret of the universe. Everything is energy and energy is every thing. Energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed. The universe is only energy – all of it, and the universe is infinite – energy is infinite.
Before I get into what energy is and how it ‘works’ I need to explain ‘infinite’. Like ‘unique’ which I’ve dealt with before, it’s a word many people have trouble with. Infinite or infinity has no beginning and no end, no start or finish, further, it has no boundaries, there is nothing ‘outside infinity – there is no boundary to the universe and in three dimensional terms there can be no ‘alternate’ or ‘parallel’ universes because the universe is infinite. It’s important to understand this.
What is energy? It’s best described in terms we understand as vibration, infinite vibration; and vibration is infinitely variable in terms of frequency, wavelength and amplitude. Think in terms of music which is of course energy, the notes, how high . and low and how loud they are. Music is an expression, a framework of energy as are heat, light and other sounds with light also showing up as colour. Energy also expresses in gaseous, liquid and solid form including living beings of all types.
We create ‘things’ by transforming or changing the energetic composition of one thing or things into another or others perhaps adding or removing different expressions of energy (solid, liquid, gas, heat, light etc.).
Energy is everything and it also manifests as thought, feeling and understanding. There are a few concepts which derive from thought energy but are not energy and thus don’t really exist. The two most prominent of these are time and money which only exist as organised thoughtforms rather than ‘real’ energetic entities.
Because energy cannot be created or destroyed it cannot be ‘used up’, ‘lost’ or ‘wasted’, only changed from one form or thought to another. Energy changes all the time. The simplest example is metal oxidising on the surface. Iron forms rust on the surface when it comes into contact with other energies, but the most interesting is ‘life’. Life is a self-transformation of energy. Every living thing from the smallest microbe to the largest mammal or tree is constantly transforming energy to grow and reproduce. Sentient beings do even more using thought energy, and in some cases spiritual energy, to design and create ‘things’ – inanimate form energies, sound creations, artistic light creations, or to ‘use’ other things as some form of tool to help create and manipulate other energy manifestations.
Everything which ‘happens’ is transformation of energy in some way and everything which happens is connected. There are no gaps, no spaces. As Wallace D Wattles put it in 1910 –
“There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, and fills the inter spaces of the universe.
A thought in this substance, Produces the thing that is imaged by the thought.
Man can form things in his thought, and by impressing his thought upon formless substance, can cause the thing he thinks about to be created.”