What are vibrations? Vibrations are a rhythmic pattern of repetitive, sequential movement. All the matter in the universe consists of vibrations which are present in consciousness and subconsciousness.
Performing yoga, or saying mantras/chants takes place at the frequency of “Teta waves”. 70% of our body is made of water, which is a great conductor of vibration and energy. When a fluid movement takes place we nourish our body and give our mind a focus and turn up our positive vibrations.
Nada yoga(yoga of sound) has concluded that everything in this entire universe has been made of sound and vibrations, therefore making the sound and music technique the most calming and powerful. Hence many of the deities in Hindu mythology are musicians too such as goddess Sarasvati with veena, Lord Krishna with the flute and many others.
Other than Nada yoga, many other yogic paths such as Hatha yoga, Raja yoga, Jnana yoga, Bhakti yoga, etc. are also a great yogic path for vibrations. Light, sound, heat, destruction, communication, as well as down to a single atom, vibrations are present in everything. Yogic philosophies suggest that the universe is constantly expanding and are forever changing. This theory is also proved by physics.
Yoga also believes in the universal mind, which possesses infinite knowledge. Thus, when performing yoga our mind is connected with the universe Surrounded by vibrations, therefore making yoga is a journey to improve their own vibrational energy frequencies.
Comment down below if you feel relaxing vibrations while performing yoga.