Everything is vibrational, and that implies motion.
In an attempt to understand vibration, think of light, energy, and the elements. Scientists have identified a zone of frequencies called the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum. Light, or EM radiation, is vibratory. Each type of EM radiation has a specific frequency. Yet it is only one small part of a bigger vibratory spectrum.
At the lower end of the EM spectrum we have the low frequency radio waves, progressing toward the higher frequency gamma. The radio wave lengths can be measured in terms of mountains or buildings, while the gamma are the size of atoms. If we simply extend that spectrum to include the elements, now the periodic table becomes part of the vibratory spectrum. The atomic vibrations are simply of a different type and frequency as compared to the transverse electromagnetic. The atomic spectrum can be a continuation to the “right”, or the subtler frequencies.
Continue with that thought process, prior to the EM spectrum, to the “left” or less subtle direction. Following on the premise that everything is a vibration, it stands that gravity would fall into the spectrum. Having its own type and frequency, gravity is the vibratory predecessor to the EM spectrum. Now that we have gravity at one end of the growing vibrational spectrum, continuing with the common EM spectrum, and adding the periodic table (atomic spectrum), the next step is to continue with compounds and matter. Each element emits a specific vibration, therefore all groups of elements multiply that. Groups of atoms, molecules, compounds, planets, and DNA all emit and are influenced by vibrations. The entire system is really a cycle of vibrations evolving from and to varying levels of subtlety. A myriad of vibratory spectrums, not unlike musical chords, are continuously interacting via sympathetic resonance to manifest our physical universe.
With a more evolved understanding of vibrations and resonance new and innovative energy related technologies can be developed.