Today Van Tran told me for a second time about his father’s death. He died on October 2, 1960 (something). I’m many previous conversations, Van and I have been discussing Yin Yang and the oriental concept of balance. Yin is cold and dark. Yang is hot and light. These ideas are the same as the ones that I have been led to by the Spirit. Everything in life has a balance.
Since I no longer believe in coincidence, I must conclude that there is some purpose behind my meeting Van. His father died on October 2nd. My son was born on October 2nd. These two events would have no meaning if Van and I had not met. However, we did meet and they have meaning. Not on that, but one event is death, the other is birth to new life. What does this mean? I don’t know at this time, but it does fit in nicely with Yin Yang, and the merging of Eastern and Western thought that I have been pondering.
Today I was reading a book called Alkalize or Die in which the author makes the statement that humans a “vibrating beings”. He means that our bodies are full of electromagnetic reactions in addition to chemical reactions. I person’s pH (potential for Hydrogen) balance contains a continuous game of repel or attract. Ions that are more alkaline in nature are negatively charged and more acidic ions are positively charged. Hence, human are in a constant state of vibration. The more balanced one’s pH is, the more forceful the internal vibrations (or movement, motion). The less balanced – less vibration.
Interestingly, the Holy Spirit is said to have “vibrated” (more accurate translation of the Hebrew) over the face of the waters in Genesis 1:1-2. The Spirit was energizing or animating the earth. The Spirit is the life-giver (John 6:63). Being that I don’t believe in coincidence, it is interesting to note that having a more balanced pH and hence, more vibration is a sign of life. Whereas, the life-giving, energizing action of God manifests itself in vibration.