What You Say Is What You Are

Sound waves are vibrational spheres.

Albert Einstein said, “Everything in life is vibration,” and vibrations are frequencies. We hear a lot of talk about “raising your vibration” and about “changing your frequency.” Think about frequencies as sound. Sound is vibration. Every single sound has a frequency. When God created the heavens and the earth, he spoke everything into existence. When he made man, he used his hands, but the very material that he used in order to make man he had already spoken into existence. The very fabric of our universe was made via sound. Sounds can create. Sounds can destroy. Words and music make you feel emotions—negative emotions or positive emotions.

In the same way that the heart has this electromagnetic field that completely surrounds the person, Cymatics.org is showing that sound goes out not as a sine wave, but instead as a spherical shape that has its own unique geometry. In fact, when we speak, we are surrounded by this geometrical sound sphere. Sound goes out in all directions, not just one.

Our bodies become encased in the words that we speak.

The psalmist wrote, “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight” (Psalm 19:14 NIV).

In other words, “Let my spoken words and my unspoken thoughts be pleasing in your sight.” Spoken words are audible sound. Unspoken thoughts are inaudible sound. We hear the words of our thoughts in our minds. Those unspoken thoughts are still sound vibrations, although silent ones.

Sound: Building plans of life.

This unique geometrical sphere holds the blueprint of not only the words but also the intentions and emotions behind those words. The words that we say and the thoughts that we think surround us, penetrating deep into our very being. With the frequencies of the feelings emanating from the heart’s field and the vibration of the words programming the water in our bodies, we become what we speak, think, and meditate on. As we discussed in the last section, these frequencies penetrate all the way in to our very DNA. The words we choose to say and think can make such a big difference in our health and the quality of our lives.

I challenge you to think about this.

If Jesus walked around behind you and said “Yes” to everything you said or thought, is that what you’d want? If your answer is no, begin to change your words. How do you change your words? Remember the picture of what it is that you do want, and make your words match that picture. Any words that do not line up with that picture, “take those thoughts captive into the obedience of Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:5 KJV). There is so much power in your words, and that is the point that I want to make. “Let the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be pleasing in your sight.” In other words, “Let my spoken words and my unspoken thoughts be pleasing in your sight.” Why would the psalmist pray this? Because he knew that there is great power in our words and thoughts.

Psalm 49:3 (NIV) says, “My mouth will speak wisely and I will understand what I think about.” The Holman Christian Standard Bible translates it as, “My mouth speaks wisdom. My heart’s meditation brings understanding.” The New Living Translation says, “For my words are wise and my thoughts are filled with insight.”

Our words and our thoughts surround us.

If our words and thoughts are sound vibrations and those vibrations become a geometrical sphere to completely surround our entire being, and we couple that with the power of our heart’s field, think about what is nurturing our spirit, mind, will, emotions, soul, and body—including every cell and all DNA. If you add emotion to that, then the heart’s field amplifies it exponentially. It impacts us, but it also impacts the physiology of the other people in our lives. Our words and our thought surround us, but also surround those close to us.

Bernard Jensen, in the Chemistry of Man, said, “Every object on earth has a certain vibrational frequency that can destroy it completely. Opera singers can break wine glasses by hitting high notes, marching soldiers break step when crossing a bridge to avoid damaging it structurally. A plucked string on one guitar can cause the string on another guitar a few feet away to start vibrating. Is it so strange to think that a disease would have a certain vibration?” My question is, is it so strange to think that health would have a certain vibration?

God Is Not Asking


Setting a Platform for Success

I know this to be true: We continue to learn life lessons until the day that we transition from this life. The women in my family are long-lived, which means that I have a lot of learning still ahead of me. Philippians 1:6 says, “Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” My life lessons won’t be complete until the day I transition, and that looks to be a long time away. And yet, while I’m not a completed work yet, while my lessons are not yet done, I can give myself permission to view myself in a non-judgmental way. I know that I can have compassion and appreciation for the work that I have done so far, and for the work I am going to be doing. I can view those opportunities as growth opportunities while accepting myself without judgment.

I also know this to be true: Our children and grandchildren observe the manner in which we live our lives, and they will likely mirror some of those same characteristics. If we are willing to learn the lessons that come our way, then their observations are positive and fruitful. We can pass along the wisdom that we gain and place a platform under our children and grandchildren for their success. If, however, we are unwilling to learn those lessons, then by those same observations they may inherit our patterns and predispositions, leading them to make the same mistakes or to learn lessons that were intended for a previous generation.


If we are judging the way that someone is living their life (including ourselves)—whether they are children or adults, friends or family members—it is important to know that our judgment comes from fear. There is a reason that the scripture says, “Judge ye not, lest ye be judged. In the same manner you judge, you will be judged” (Matthew 7:1). That’s the true reason we don’t want to judge. We want to approach any situation from a standpoint of truth, trust, clarity, and love—accepting someone exactly the way they are without question, without reservation, and without judgment. So instead of approaching that person (even ourselves) with an attitude of fear, come to them with truth, trust, clarity, and love.

Clarity allows us to recognize the truth when we see it.

Truth makes us free.

When we walk in trust, it is impossible to walk in fear.

When we love without question, without reservation, and without judgment (while also setting healthy boundaries), we love with an Agape kind of love.

Love yourself enough

If you are in the midst of great personal growth and change, love yourself enough to understand that we are always evolving and growing in God’s eyes and that we will never be finished with the work set before us until the day we see Him face to face. Love yourself with this God-kind of love and know that as you set to do what is in front of you today, it is ok to do the best you know how to do given the time and resources with which you have to do it. It will never be perfect in our own eyes. But God is not asking for perfection, just participation.



Entanglement & the Dance of Life

“When people are engaged in a deep conversation, they begin to fall into a dance. They synchronize their movements, their postures, their vocal pitches, their speaking rates, even the length of pauses between respirations. What they discovered is that even their physiology can be linked and entrained.” (The Energetic Heart, J.J. McCraty).

People are intricately connected to each other just by being in deep conversation. Whether we are in a conversation with someone in person, on the phone, or in our minds, we are connecting to that person and affecting ourselves, as well as the person on whom we have focused our attention.


Whether in conversation with yourself or another, what is your attitude when thinking or speaking to that person? With whatever attitude you approach them, the other person will respond accordingly.

Your mind is a strong force in your life. Your body follows where your mind leads. Others follow where your emotions and attitudes lead. Do you think in terms of arguments or sickness? Do you think in terms of health? What do you ask and what do you expect?

When we engage in a conversation with a positive attitude—even though it may be not a pleasant topic. By shifting our attitude to one of reconciliation or resolution, the conversation can have a dramatically different outcome.


Think about it: If we adopt positive attitudes, then the way we approach any conversation is different, the way the other person responds to us is different, and the way we respond to them is different. Thus our relationships can be different. They can be whole and well balanced. And we can heal.

Kathryn Springman

Click here for a downloadable version of this article as it was printed in Natural Awakenings OKC January 2016.


The views expressed are educational in nature and reflect the personal and/or clinical experiences of the author.