Law of Harmony

Things relative to each other are either in harmony (unison) or they are in some degree of discord. It is this relative degree of harmony and discord that determines the attributes, character and parameters of a combined union (atom or molecule). [See Laws of Being]

"When one looks in nature of every character, the first law is harmony, and is of divine origin, even as life, and when same is not in accord WITH that of the Creative Energy, or God, discord is the result." [Cayce (4733-1)]

Law of Force
"Energy manifests itself in three forms: Creative, the vibrating aggregate; Transmissive, being the propagation of isochronous waves through the media in which it is immersed; Attractive, being its action upon other aggregates capable of vibrating in unisons or Harmony." [Keely, 1894]

Law of Harmonic Pitch
"Any aggregate in a state of vibration develops in addition to its fundamental pitch a series of vibration in symmetrical sub-multiple portions of itself, bearing ratios of one, two, three or more times its fundamental pitch." [Keely, pre 1894]

Law of Harmonic Vibrations
"All coherent aggregates are perpetually vibrating at a period-frequency corresponding to some harmonic ratio of the fundamental pitch of the vibrating body; this pitch is a multiple of the pitch of the atomole." [Keely, pre 1894]

One of the foundation stones of vibratory physics is that "no differentiation can exist in the workings of the pure law of harmony." If this be correct, then all so-called elements have a triple basis, as vibratory physics teaches, for the system that represents harmony in one sense must represent it in all, or everything would be brought into "chaotic confusion." Therefore, as Keely surmised, long before he was able to prove it to his own satisfaction, hydrogen must, under the conditions of this law, be composed of three elements; and these three elements in turn must each have a triple formation, and so on indefinitely, until verged into the infinite interluminous. [Newton of the Mind]

Laws of Harmony
"To listen to the music of the spheres" is a poetical expression, but it expresses a great truth; because the Universe is filled with harmony, and a soul who is in full harmony with the soul of the universe may listen to that music and understand it. The world as well as man resemble musical instruments, in which every string should be in perfect order, so that no discordant notes may be sounded. We may look upon matter on the physical plane as a state of low vibration and upon spirit as the highest vibration of life, and between the two poles are the intermediary states constituting the grand octave called Man.
Plato is said to have written over the door of his academy: "Let no one enter here, unless he is versed in mathematics," and Pythagoras demanded of his disciples an additional "knowledge of music"; meaning the capacity to keep their soul attuned to the harmonies of the divine law of being, so as to be able to realise the beauty of truth. For without such an elevation of soul and without spirituality, all desire for a knowledge of that which transcends the realm of the sensual is merely an outcome of vanity, an insane craving for gratifying curiosity, which defeats its own end; because the more one seeks to examine objectively the One which includes the All, the more does he recede from it and separate himself from the realisation of that truth which is one, eternal, omnipresent and infinite.
It is not the personality of man that can grasp the impersonal. If man wants to know God, he must die to himself, and enter God's nature; which means that he must overcome the disharmony caused by the delusion of division, separation and self, and again realise the unity of the whole.
The foundation of nature is Unity. God is only One. He is the Law, and requires no "law-giver"; being Himself omnipresent within the All of his nature; self-sufficient, self-existent and absolute. The Law is everywhere, and everything exists in the Law, and without the law of existence no existence is to be found.
But as by the act of creation and subsequent evolution a variety of forms comes into existence, with innumerable beings capable to will, and to think, and to use the law contrary to divine wisdom, many disharmonies are caused in what ought to be a harmonious whole.
Thus the law is still the same; but its action may be misapplied and its use perverted. It is still the foundation of every individual being, and the sooner each individual will become able to recognise the highest and fundamental law of its own nature, which is identical with the law that rules the All, the sooner will the original harmony be restored.
Man is himself an outcome of the action of law, and that law is in him. It is the centre and fountain of his own being; he is an expression of it, and it is his true self. He is himself the law, and will recognise himself as the law when he learns to know his true self. All the elements in his nature which do not recognise this one universal law, and act in accordance with it, do not belong to man's divine nature; they are not his real self, but produce the disharmony which exist in his world. Only when all the inhabitants of his kingdom will bow before the superiority of that law, will there be perfect harmony." [Magic White and Black (1888) by Franz Hartmann]

See Also

14.35.1 - Keely 3 6 and 9
Bjerknes Effect especially important principle
connecting link especially important principle
Continuous Motion
Father-Mother Principle
Law of Assimilation
Law of Compensation and Equilibrium
law of etheric compensation and restoration
Law of Cycles
Laws of Being
Laws of Being - Annotated
laws of harmony
Love especially important principle
Modes of Vibration
Modes of Vibration - Annotated
Neutral Center
One Force
Sympathetic Association especially important principle
Sympathetic Oscillation
Sympathetic Vibration
Sympathy especially important principle

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Monday October 16, 2023 05:36:23 MDT by Dale Pond.