At a recent wine tasting I was leading, I warned the guests that the bottle I was opening was going through bottle shock. When I tried a bottle of this newly released wine the night before, I quickly identified serious bottle shock.
The happy news is that I was leading this tasting for a group of healers and energy workers. One of the attendees, Kimberly Sherry, is an intuitive energy healer who uses her “intuition, training and life experience to clear [people’s] stagnant energies.”
She asked if she could do some work on the bottle. I said, “Sure.”
Low and behold, she said that the vibrational frequency for the bottle of wine was 250, which apparently is a very low number. She held the bottle for a while and got the vibrational frequency up to 5,000!
The wine tasted great!
After the fact, I asked her how she did it. She said that she’s been doing this with people for a long time and has just started to do it with inanimate objects. So she thought she might as well give it a try.
I was thrilled by the results.
I know a number of healers who would totally understand what Kimberly did to the wine. I don’t really have a clue. But that’s okay. The results spoke for themselves. My experience is the same when I go to my acupuncturist. I don’t really know what she’s doing, but I like the results.
Even though I’m fine with not knowing much about vibrational frequency, I decided to spend a few minutes on Google doing some research. Here’s what I came up with.
First, when you look up vibrational frequency on Google, you find this: “There is a subtle bio-energy that flows through all organic life. It goes by many names and is sometimes referred to as Chi or life force. This energy is expressed as an electromagnetic vibrational frequency…” Interestingly, this post ends with a tribute to essential oils, saying that they have the highest frequencies of any measured natural substance.
I then looked up Masaru Emoto, a doctor whom Kimberly spoke highly of. She said that he has done a lot of research on how energies and vibrations can change the physical structure of water.
Finally, I found a number of sites referring to quantum physics. According to Ari Lakakis in Spirit Division Blog with 40 Comments, “Einstein’s Theory of Relativity forms the philosophical and scientific basis of the Law of Vibration, via the fascinating world of quantum physics.”
Lakakis goes on to quote Dr. Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck (23 April 1858 – 4 October 1947) who was the originator of modern quantum theories and won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918: “All the physical matters are composed of vibration. As a man who has devoted his whole life to the… study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about atoms this much: There is no matter as such. All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force, which brings the particle of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent mind. This mind is the matrix of all matter.”
Okay, I’m not sure I got a lot out of my Googling. For now, I will be satisfied with being impressed by people who can change the vibrational frequency of a bottle-shocked wine. Thank you Kimberly!
I would love to hear your thoughts about, and experiences with, vibrational frequency, especially as it pertains to wine.