Sitara also sent the following video and it’s particularly suggestive to me.
In the video you see particles taking definite geometric shapes in the presence of varying frequencies of sound. Now I know nothing about frequencies of sound or anything else scientific.
But I do know that this entire world is held together by a universal sound vibration which we call “Aum.” I know this vibration to be the creative, preservative, and transformational force behind the universe.
That Being who creates, preserves and transforms we know as the Mother. So, whether I’m correct or not scientifically, I still say that the formation of these geometrical shapes in the presence of sound suggests to us how this world, with all its minute geometrical forms like atoms and molecules, was created.
Perhaps I can cite three sources among many who attest to the relationships that arise from what I’m suggesting:
Sri Yukteswar: “The Word, Amen, (Aum), is the beginning of creation. The manifestation of Omnipotent Force … is vibration, which appears as a peculiar sound: Amen, Aum.” (1
Annie Besant: “The syllable OM, which is the imperishable Brahman, is the universe. Whatsoever has existed, whatsoever exists, whatsoever shall exist hereafter, is OM. And whatsoever transcends past, present, and future, that is also OM.” (2)
The Upanishads: “The source from which a universe proceeds is a manifested Divine Being, to whom in the modern form of the Ancient Wisdom the name of Logos, or Word, has been given. The name is drawn from Greek philosophy, but perfectly expresses the ancient ideas, the Word which emerges from the Silence, the Voice, the Sound, by which the worlds come into being.” (3)
The Divine Being is the Mother. The Word is Aum. It is Aum, the universal creative vibration that obeys the behest of the Mother, that has created everything.
How does sound create? How does sound hold “matter” (material, mater, Mother) together? If what I’ve said is accurate, then we’re watching in this video a demonstration at a very simple, microcosmic level of how sound creates and holds matter together.
(1) Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri, The Holy Science. Los Angeles: Self-Realization Fellowship, 1984, 23.
(2) Swami Prabhavananda and Frederick Manchester, trans., The Upanishads. Breath of the Eternal. New York and Scarborough: New American Library, 1957; c1948, 50.
(3) Annie Besant, The Ancient Wisdom. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1972; c1897, 44.