that we are nothing more than wave vibrations that perceive ourselves as solids (holds based on frequency) when all said and done we are basically conscious forms of energy?
Pretty much yes . . . and this is compatible with current scientific knowledge, (albeit still very incomplete).
The hardest part in accepting it mentally as humans, is in equating the complexities of the physical manifestation with the simplicity of it's origin. We're restricted to interpreting the physical world with similarly physical sensory organs (the five senses). Mentally based concepts derived from this information is very much a result of conscious thought which is itself a feature of, and heavily influenced by, the physical reality.
I believe the key to understanding the physical world is to see beyond the complexity of it, in order to see the simplicity which lies beneath.
When we begin to see ourselves as not transcendental and seperate physical entities only . . . but also as part of an inter-dependent whole, then questions as to morality and even mortality take on an equally simple, rather than complex, qualitative concept.
Looking to remove complexity in order to understand reality is something great minds of the past (notably A Einstein) have endeavoured to do . . . and can produce some interesting results . . . conceptually that is.