Why do you enjoy being around certain people? You know, you feel good when they're around. There's more energy and delight when they're around. The sensation is evident, but what's going on?
c: the process by which an electrical conductor becomes electrified when near a charged body, by which a magnetizable body becomes magnetized when in a magnetic field or in the magnetic flux set up by a magnetomotive force, or by which an electromotive force is produced in a circuit by varying the magnetic field linked with the circuit. (Merriam-Webster)
I've highlighted what I believe is the operative phrase - near a charged body. Electrical induction describes a process of transference of energy or force through space. This principle holds vast promise for accessing electricity. Even more important, it helps explain such elusive phenomena as "mental telepathy," the healing factor of "prayer," as well as the sensation felt when in the presence of a charged personality.
· Energy is a vibration
· Thought is energy
· Vibration has a frequency
· Energy can be transmitted
The bottom line is that we are vibrational beings and being such, can participate in induction. There is value in feeling good - it has an effect on others. In a sense, the best thing you can do for someone is enjoy yourself. The reverse is also true - that you can be influenced by the frequencies emitted by others. This is the sensation of entering a building, a room, a structure and having a "sense" of it - either pleasant or dismal. Literally, it is vibrating, the vibrations at least in part the result of induction from other people. Now, this gets to be fun when we realize this means we have a degree, perhaps a lot, of control over our experience.
Thought is the most inherent component of ourselves and we have the ability to chose, select if you will, how we think. The way we think affects our interpretation of what we sense around us and how we project to others. The implications are marvelous.
Physicist Dr. John Hagelin goes into the details: