Law of Resonance
The impact of these forces upon your energetic body and how they resonate with the frequency of your being is called, the “Law of Resonance“.
Law of Vibration
Through the laws of physics, science confirms energy and matter interplay in massive EMF electro-dynamic fields that are measurable in terms of wave forms, frequency, wavelengths and amplitude. The same electromagnetic fields and substances that move throughout the Cosmos, move through our own bodies. Everything in the Cosmos vibrates at its own frequency, which makes it clear that every substance and body also vibrates at its own specific frequency. It is important to realize that every substance, body and being vibrates to its own frequency and that vibration will be amplified tremendously when stimulated by a similar or compatible resonant frequency. Resonating to the forces of “life”, forces of goodness, forces of gratitude, forces of love, will amplify these resonances and strengthen your body dramatically. Resonating through ego to the forces of fear, rage, frustration and resistance (to what “is”), will also amplify those disturbances in your body greatly.
The Science of the Law of Resonance
The lowest resonant frequency of any vibrating object ( which includes a human electromagnetic energy body) is called its fundamental frequency. Most vibrating objects have more than one resonant frequency as example, those used in musical instruments typically vibrate at harmonics of the fundamental frequency. A harmonic is defined as an whole number (integer) multiple that is a part of the lowest resonant frequency or fundamental frequency. As an example, vibrating strings, will vibrate at all harmonics that are a part of the fundamental frequency. The fundamental frequency is also called the first harmonic of the instrument or object. The fundamental frequency for most 3D human beings on the earth is the combined lowest frequency of the three energy centers that vibrate within the wave spectrum of the 1st Chakra (1D), 2nd Chakra (2D) and 3rd Chakra (3D). The variation of that fundamental frequency will be determined through which energy center that human being is primarily operating and resonant as the overall field of consciousness energy. (The overall field of consciousness energy would be the entire human energy field or the human aura.) A multidimensional human being, a person who has been exposed to higher energy centers ( such as through spiritual ascension) and been able to embody that quality of their higher vibration and frequency, may exist, therefore vibrate at a higher fundamental frequency. The human energy field and physical body acts similar to vibrating strings on an instrument which will resonate to an internal or external stimulus exactly like a Tuning Fork. The stimulus being introduced can be anything, a person, place or thing which carries a fundamental frequency and of which is a part of a composite field of energy. Everything has an energetic signature and all energy is intelligent and has a vibrating motion and quality of frequency. 
Tuning Fork Example of Resonance
In this demonstration of the Law of Resonance: One tuning fork (insert Person A) forces another tuning fork ( insert Person B) into vibrational motion at the same shared natural frequency. The two forks ( Person A and Person B) are connected by the surrounding air particles and interconnected into the quantum field of local energy space. As the quantum field (and air particles) surrounding the first fork (Person A) begin vibrating, the pressure waves that it creates begin to impinge at a periodic and regular rate (a sample frequency) of 256 Hz upon the second tuning fork (Person B). The energy carried by this sound wave through the quantum field is tuned into the frequency of the second tuning fork (Person B). Since the incoming sound waves from the first fork (Person A) share the same natural frequency as the second tuning fork, the tuning fork easily begins vibrating at its natural frequency. This is an example of resonance - when one object (Person A) is vibrating at the same natural frequency when introduced to a second object (person B) this stimulus forces that second object into vibrational motion that matches the shared fundamental frequency. The two objects vibrating at the same fundamental frequency will potentially amplify that frequency into greater harmonic resonance. The result of resonance is always a large vibration. Regardless of the vibrating system, if resonance occurs, a large vibration results. This is the same principle behind the energies that create the collective consciousness or the group field dynamics. The amount of group bodies resonating at the same fundamental frequency will determine the vibrational quality and amplification of the overall collective field of frequency. Each natural frequency that an body, object or instrument produces has its own characteristic vibrational mode or standing wave pattern. These unique standing wave patterns are only created within the body, object or instrument at specific frequencies of vibration; these frequencies are known as harmonic frequencies, or merely harmonics.Harmonic resonance is an extraordinarily varied phenomenon seen in countless forms throughout the universe within all bodies and objects. Harmonic resonance spans an vast range of spatial scales, from the tiniest quantum material, to wave-like vibrations of the particles of matter, to orbital resonances that emerge from the stars. All bodies (objects) tend to oscillate at some characteristic frequency, and at its higher harmonics, the frequencies escalate in order to that which are whole number (integer) multiples of its fundamental frequency.
In conclusion, resonance occurs when two or more interconnected objects share the same vibrational frequency. When one of the objects is vibrating, it forces the second object into vibrational motion. The result is a large vibration. And if a sound wave within the audible range of human hearing is produced, a loud sound is heard.
An apparatus consisting of three sets of two inverted pendula is used to demonstrate the concept of resonance and forced vibration. Each pendulum in the set of two has the same length and as such the same vibrational frequency. When one of the pendulum is set into vibrational motion, it forces the other pendulum having the same length to vibrate with it. This is resonance.