Albert Einstein discovered that "everything is energy", so what better way to experience this energy than through the cascading waves of sound and vibrations that envelope us constantly?
Launceston's Gary Martin wants to help people to achieve this experience - and find their own inner vibration - through his array of chimes.
Twelve years ago, he was fulfilling a long-term ambition of learning instruments when he developed a fascination with vibrations.
He believed he had unlocked the key to physically realising Einstein's theorem.
"We all have our own vibration, it's just life that produces the ups and downs. The chimes help to bring out your vibration," Mr Martin said.
"It all revolves around 528Hz - the 'love frequency', the bio-energy of health and longevity.
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"When I was 42, I wanted to know what I am, not who I am. Science today still does not know what we are made of - they never want to involve consciousness, and what consciousness is."
Mr Martin places the chime in the hands of the recipient, then strikes it softly allowing the waves to cascade through the body. When asked, "What do I do now?" he shakes his head solemnly.
"Only you know how to react to the vibration," he said.
An engineer by trade, Mr Martin said his knowledge of physics was instrumental in his understanding of the power of vibration.
Mr Martin was one of a handful of exhibitors set up at the Launceston Psychic Expo, alongside 14 psychics providing numerology, mediumship, astrology, soul art, palmistry and tarot reading services.
Even on a Friday morning, there was no shortage of people keen to get a reading.
Mahrcus Robinson, of Bridport, was selling an array of crystals of varying shapes and sizes, some over a foot-tall costing close to $1000.
He said it was always interesting watching people's reactions to the crystals.
"Some people say the crystal speaks to them, that the crystal chooses them, rather than the other way round," Mr Robinson said.
The Launceston Psychic Expo is running from 9am to 5pm, Friday to Sunday, on the First Floor at Best Western Plus Launceston.