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"Good Vibes" in Arabic.
One early instance of good vibrations used in a metaphysical sense for “positive energy” occurs in Frank Earl Ormsby’s astrology 1893 text The Law and the Prophets. Ormsby describes the various vibrations supposedly emitted by bodies celestial and earthly. The phrase good vibrations was popularized, however, by the rock band The Beach Boys in their 1966 hit single “Good Vibrations.” Songwriter and Beach Boy Brian Wilson said he took lyrical inspiration from stories his mother would tell about picking up different vibes from different people.