Friday, December 8, 2017

The Most Inspirational and Heartfelt message ever

Jesus Christ didn’t come to earth to teach a new religion, 
but to show us a new way to live

This inspirational message is universal across the whole world, across all religions and beliefs. This message of hope and inspiration, is for all of us going through troubled times, struggling with depression and disappointment. For those of us who feel that it is not worth living anymore.

Listen to this message with an open heart and mind and you’ll realize that there is a way out of whatever challenges you are facing, that there is light at the end of this dark tunnel you’re in right now.

Hope that by listening to this message, will help you to discover your joy and peace again. That love and happiness will follow you around where ever you are.


Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Why Nature Sounds Help You Relax, According to Science

A walk in the woods—or even a sound machine that plays recordings from nature—can affect heart rate and alter connections in the brain, say researchers.  (Amanda MacMillan April 05, 2017)
You know that feeling of clear-headed calm that washes over you when you listen to water babbling down a stream, or leaves rustling in the wind? Researchers say they’ve pinpointed a scientific explanation for why sounds from nature have such a restorative effect on our psyche: According to a new study, they physically alter the connections in our brains, reducing our body’s natural fight-or-flight instinct.

Natural sounds and green environments have been linked with relaxation and well-being for hundreds of years, of course. But the new research, published in the journal Scientific Reports, is the first to use brain scans, heart-rate monitors, and behavioral experiments to suggest a physiological cause for these effects.

To investigate the connection between the brain, the body, and background noise, researchers at Brighton and Sussex Medical School in England recruited 17 healthy adults to receive functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scans while listening to a series of five-minute soundscapes of natural and manmade environments.

During each soundscape, participants also performed a task to measure their attention and reaction time. Their heart rates were monitored as well, to indicate changes in their autonomic nervous systems—the system of organs involved in involuntary processes such as breathing, blood pressure, temperature, metabolism, and digestion.

When they studied the fMRI results, the researchers noticed that activity in the brain’s default mode network—an area involved in mind wandering and “task-free” states of wakefulness—varied depending on the background sounds being played. Specifically, listening to artificial sounds was associated with patterns of inward-focused attention, while nature sounds prompted more external-focused attention.

Inward-focused attention can include worrying and rumination about things specific to one's self—patterns that have been linked to conditions involving psychological stress (including depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder). Participants’ reaction times were slower when they listened to artificial sounds compared to natural ones, as well.

Slight differences in heart rate were also detected, indicating a shift in the body’s autonomic nervous system response.  Overall, nature sounds were associated with a decrease in the body’s sympathetic response (which causes that “fight-or-flight” feeling) and an increase in parasympathetic response—the one that helps the body relax and function in normal circumstances, and is sometimes referred to as the “rest-digest” response.

Those results weren’t the same for everyone, though: People who started the study with the highest sympathetic responses (suggesting high levels of stress) registered the biggest relaxation benefits from the nature clips. People who started with low levels of sympathetic response, on the other hand, actually had a slight increase when listening to natural versus artificial sounds.
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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Best Relaxing and Soothing Flute Music

Dear Friends,
I’m sharing with you 1 hour of the best relaxing and soothing flute music combined with the sound of a gentle flowing mountain stream. Listening to this unique combination of sounds will fill your soul and spirit with peace and illuminate your whole being.

Ideal for a blissful night's sleep or relaxing background sounds for practicing meditation, yoga, Reiki or Tai Yin. Also perfect for soothing spa background music.

Feel free to use this video to practice your meditation or yoga or any other spiritual exercise. 
The audio and visuals are copyright free, so you can use it for public events, courses or retreats.

Thank you for watching this video.

Have a Blessed day

Monday, October 9, 2017


Since the beginning of time, humanity has used sound to not only communicate among one another, but to also transform and heal each other and the planet that we call Earth. At one point in time we not only understood our connection with all life, including our Mother Earth, we knew that we were a part of her. We understood that what we did affected the planet and not just on a physical level, but that it was our thoughts changed the vibration of the world around us! The healing power of OM reconnects us to that memory of oneness!! 

Between religious literature and scientific theories there exists a common ground that can be found. Whether it was the spoken word of God that brought life into existence or the Big Bang Theory, there is no doubt that sound is the creative force behind this amazing living and breathing Universe. This creative sound, AUM or OM affects not only on a physical level, but also on an emotional, mental and in subtle levels of our lives – down to the very atoms that make up our beingness!

As a matter of fact, we are in constant vibration. Every molecule that creates our bones, glands, organs – even the blood that flows through our body has it’s own unique vibrational rate. Just as the chakras that govern over each organ, gland and emotion, creating our electromagnetic field or aura will vibrate in harmony to specific areas of the body. These are the points of energy that ultimately create our aura and are just as important to the physical body, in fact, the physical body reflects the health of the aura. The science behind cymatics has proven beyond doubt that sound anywhere near us will create a physical change, and while this change may only be temporary it can be the beginning of very powerful and magical changes within our body!  

When we chant specific mantras we are not only affecting our own energy fields and physical body, we are literally transforming the world around us on a sub-atomic level, changing it’s vibratory rate, increasing the health and well-being of all life. When we chant OM we are connecting into the Primal Sound that created life, that is still vibrating through out eternity giving birth to stars, solar systems and life on our incredible planet! 

OM or AUM actually has three sounds which must be properly enunciated during practice. The first sound “A” represents the beginning (Brahma), the first breath of the infinite energy that became aware of itself. This sound is made by opening the mouth and vibrating the same sound as the “a” in father, in the center of the mouth. This sound creates awareness within our physical body, particularly to the lower chakras. The second sound is “U” and is the sustenance (vishnu) of the physical world, it is the materialization of the void, of nothingness into physical form. This sound transfers the vibration to the back of the throat and is pronounced as the “o” in home. When chanted, this sound connects the physical with the mental, bringing our bodies into awareness of the unconscious world, the world without form. And last but not least, “M” is representative of Shiva, or the integration of Universal Energy into self. It is finished by bringing vibration to the lips, and if done properly there will be a slight buzzing in your third eye chakra. This sound illuminates the deepest levels of our consciousness and our connection to the Divine.

By chanting OM we begin to vibrate within the same frequency, increasing our vibration. This puts us into deeper states of relaxation and consciousness, giving us access to higher realms of existence. You may feel a shift in your vibration and it’s not uncommon to meet with higher dimensional beings, that some may call Angels or Guides.  Chanting AUM on a daily basis will help us become happier, healthier and lighter inside, helping us deal with the stresses of every day life!

Here are 18 benefits to chanting AUM and how it can change your life:

1.     Chanting AUM creates positive vibrations, purifying the environment around us
2.    AUM not only benefits the person chanting it, but everyone within proximity and ultimately the planet as a whole!
3.    It cleanses and heals the aura
4.    It puts you into a state of deep relaxation, altering brain waves inducing different states of consciousness
5.    Increases concentration
6.    Chanting OM removes toxins from your better, giving you immunity and the ability to heal yourself
7.    It helps you focus on whatever your goals may be.
8.    The AUM chant actually improves your voice by giving strength to vocals cords and the muscles around them
9.    The vibration from AUM is felt through your vocal cords and sinuses, clearing your airways!
10.  The AUM mantra has cardiovascular benefits. Through relaxation of body and mind our blood pressure will decrease and our heart will beat with the regular rhythm
11.   Through meditation and chanting, you will have better control over emotions, allowing you to see situations clearly and rationally.
12.  Regular chanting of AUM will take you on an spiritual journey to greater happiness and positivity. We however need to remember that any mantra will not be an over night fix to your problems – you must have patience and the right technique!
13.  When AUM is chanted in a group the effects are amplified, and will produce powerful positive vibrations that will charge up the entire vicinity
14.  Some people have claimed to lose weight through AUM chanting, as it puts your body in a heightened sense of awareness – it’s vibrations are thought to stimulate your metabolism which can lead to weightloss
15.   It has been experienced that rubbing your hands together while chanting AUM and placing your charged hands on different parts of the body will begin to activate or heal those parts!
16.  When your energy charged hands are placed on your eyes, it can help improve your eyesight
17.   It has been experienced that chanting AUM regularly can help cleanse your skin. The massive levels of positive energy that are happening internally literally affects us from the inside out, affecting our skin, giving us a radiant glow!
18.  Your spinal cord is also strenghtened by the vibration of the sound Aaaaa. Because this sound is generated from the abdomen, it helps strengthen supporting muscles of your spinal cord



Tibetan Singing Bowls produce a deep relaxation invoking sound that naturally assists one into entering an optimal state of meditation. In which the ultimate goal is to find enlightenment within yourself. They are a quintessential aid to meditation. These bowls are found on monasteries all across the world, private temples, and Buddhist altars.

The Tibetan Singing Bowl Is Also Used For:
Holistic healing,
Chakra balancing,
Stress reduction,
Intercultural music

*The sound of the bells produce a centering effect that creates a balancing synchronization between the left and right sides of the brain. Meditating on the subtle tones and sound of the Tibetan Singing Bowl tunes one into the Universal Connection, that is within one‘s self and without.

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Friday, September 29, 2017


Chanting deepens the practice of yoga and elevates the consciousness. Chanting is the Yoga of the mind.
Chanting is essentially logging onto the timeless technology of our ancient seers. They devised certain compositions using ancient sounds from the Sanskrit language.

Each Sanskrit letter has a sound, which relates to a specific subtle energy center (chakra) in our subtle bodies. Sanskrit chanting activates subtle energy centers. Sanskrit chants are known to have soothing and healing effects on the human mind and body, leading to calmness.

There is a great benefit in group chanting as well.  As we sit together in one place, we have different thoughts. But, when we start chanting, there is one thought and one rhythm in all our minds. All minds become one. This oneness creates a profound energy that enlivens us.

Chanting, when done in the proper manner, allows all other senses to dissolve into one, and allows the mind to sync into itself. Chanting can be considered as the yoga of the mind.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Tibetan Singing Bowls & Chanting – The ancient brain entrainment methodology for healing and meditation

The medical director of the Deepak Chopra center in California, Dr. David Simon, found that the sound from Tibetan Singing Bowls as well as chanting are chemically metabolized into ’endogenous opiates’, that act on the body as internal painkillers and healing agents.

Sound Healing expert, Diáne Mandle states that Tibetan Singing Bowls don’t only affect a great deal of physical healing but also have far-reaching implications that occur on emotional and spiritual levels. It is a regenerative process married to a spiritual awakening that can have profound consequences on illness, disease, and all aspects of our lives.

Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul.

The sounds generated by Tibetan Singing Bowls are a type of energy medicine that promote healing from stress disorders, pain, depression, and most forms of dis-ease.

Healing processes are initiated through entraining our brainwaves to synchronise with the perfect resonance of the bowls. Unique tones create the perfect state for deep meditation, creative thinking and intuitive messages.

The pure sonic waves that ring from Tibetan Singing Bowls wake up our ability to hear with more than our ears. We feel the sound Tibetan Singing Bowls as much as we take it in with our ears.

Sound Healing expert, Diáne Mandle states that Tibetan Singing Bowls don’t only affect a great deal of physical healing but also have far-reaching implications that occur on emotional and spiritual levels. It is a regenerative process married to a spiritual awakening that can have profound consequences on illness, disease, and all aspects of our lives.

In fact, mainstream medical teaching facilities like Duke University and the University of North Carolina have added programs that link body, mind and spirit to the treatment of cancer. Cancer prevention centers are utilizing sound as a vital part of the healing process for patients with astounding results.

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Friday, September 22, 2017

What is the science behind Mantra chanting?

There are a number of different “sciences” behind mantric chanting. Some of these are the “hard” science—physics, psycho-acoustics, etc. Some of these are spiritual sciences such as the different yogic practices that work with sound. I write about many of them in Healing Sounds.

On one level, one can see that mantric chanting, as observed years ago by Dr. Herbert Benson, helps induce the “relaxation” response, causing reduction of heart beat, brain waves and respiration. On another level, as Dr. David Shananoff-Khalsa believes, mantric recitation enables the tongue to stimulate the acupuncture meridians inside the mouth (particularly on the roof), thus enhancing help. Dr. Ranjie Singe found that the chanting of specific mantras caused the release of the hormone melatonin and is investigating the importance of this in the healing process. He has found that there are many benefits including shrinkage of tumors and enhanced sleep because of this. He writes about this in his book Powerful Self Healing Techniques.

It’s also been found that self created sounds such as chanting will cause the left and right hemispheres of the brain to synchronize. Such chanting will also help oxygenate the brain, reduce our heart rate, blood pressure and assist in creating calm brainwave activity. In addition, listening to certain chants has great beneficial effects.

Dr. Alfred Tomatis has utilized the sounds of Gregorian Monks to stimulate the ears, brain and nervous systems of clients. His work is very important with regard to the scientific and medical uses of sound and chant. He found that certain sounds that are particularly high in vocal harmonics will stimulate and charge the cortex of the brain and the nervous system. Some years ago, there was a very popular recording of Gregorian chanting that occurred just when this research was being made public. I know that many other types of chanting from different traditions have very similar effects. These are just a few of the hard physical phenomenon of mantric chanting that have been observed. There certainly are others, as well.

Some believe that the recitation of sacred mantras actually causes the physical and etheric bodies to change their vibrational frequency level-becoming more attuned if you like, with divine energy. Thus, when one chants a mantra for an extended period of time, to invoke, for example some deity, the higher energies of that deity will encode itself upon the chanter. This is one purpose for much mantric chanting—to become one and unite with the energy of the deity that one is chanting for. If the person has some sickness or imbalance, this imbalance can frequently be released by having the energy of the deity encode itself upon the person. This actually comes from the concept of vibrational (as opposed to allopathic) medicine, which is the basis of many healing modality, including homeopathy and acupuncture—that all the universe including our bodies, is simply made of vibration—a concept, incidentally, that the new Superstring theory of physics supports. Everything is in a state of vibration and when we are in a natural, resonant vibration, we are in a state of health. But if some part of the body begins to vibrate at a counter frequency, the energy becomes stuck and disease sets in. Therefore, by mantric chanting, one can cause stuck energy to become released, and we can return to our natural state of resonance, effecting a cure.

I have, incidentally, observed this phenomenon many times during workshops. We will be reciting a mantra to invoke a specific entity—perhaps Tara, Tibetan Goddess of Compassion for example, in order to better embody the energy of compassion. However, during and after the process, I’ve seen people with chronic health problems emerge from the chanting quite healthy. It’s amazing.

There are of course, actual healing mantras as well as specific mantras to balance and align the chakras. The Bija Mantras are an example of this. We work with these in workshop and healings will also occur due to the balancing and alignment of the chakras. Chakras are the energetic wheels of light that transduce subtle energy into the body. They come from the Hindu tradition, but as my book Healing  Sounds notes, they are found in almost all of the esoteric traditions on the planet. Psychic and mystics from all different spiritual paths can sense—see, feel or hear these energy centers. We may not yet have scientific equipment that can adequately detect the chakras, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. And incidentally, the equipment to measure chakras is actually being perfected, so it is just a matter of time before the scientific and medical communities will acknowledge the chakras, as they are beginning to acknowledge acupuncture meridians.

There are 7 main chakras. For over 20 years, I have studied the use of sound to effect the chakras. It’s quite powerful—mantras are particularly effective at creating this of the chakras. Thus, one can use Bija mantric chanting as a preventative tool, or to help assist an imbalance.

1 Hour Sacred Chanting and Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation Music

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The Incredible Healing Effects Of Tibetan Singing Bowls

It might come as a shock, but there are real reasons Singing Bowls have been used for centuries.
Turns out they’re not just for fun! Their whole purpose is to restore vibratory frequencies of the body, mind, and soul that are out-of-harmony and diseased. The sounds they emit work as a type of energy medicine that has been known to heal pain, depression, and stress disorders.

Interestingly, the healing process works by training the brain waves so as to synchronize with the sounds of the bowl. These unique tones emitted will prepare you for deep meditation, intuitive messages, as well as creative thinking. For those who have tried this technique before, you know the sonic waves emitted by these bowls awaken our ability to hear much more than what we would normally. As we listen to these sounds, we tend to feel them just as much as we hear them.

The director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine at the Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in New York, Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, says,

“If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies. One reason sound heals on a physical level is because it so deeply touches and transforms us on the emotional and spiritual planes. Sound can redress imbalances on every level of physiologic functioning and can play a positive role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder.”

So with all this interest, it begs the question: How exactly do these Singing Bowls work in the healing process?

In the east, health is looked at much differently than in the west; illness is thought of as a manifestation of disharmony within the body, such as an imbalance in the cells or a given organ. Having said that, since matter is energy that vibrates at different rates, the structure of matter can be changed when you alter the rate of vibration. The body is said to be healthy only when each cell and organ resonates in harmony with the entire body.

What these bowls do is cause the brain to switch to Theta brain wave frequencies that heighten one’s intuition, clarity of mind, as well as deep meditative and peaceful states. This positively affects our nervous system and engages our relaxation reflex while also inhibiting the pain or stress response.

When this alignment occurs, health and healing all come into balance, creating deep harmony within and without. This can easily lead to spontaneous healing. As the great Tibetan master, Bodhisattva Gwalwa Karmapa puts it so finely, these Singing Bowls emit the “sound of the void” which is really the sound of universe.

Given that the science behind this method is slowly being uncovered, modern medicine is just starting to measure as well as validate its ability to heal our body, mind, and soul.

1 Hour Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation Music

Thursday, September 7, 2017


The phenomena of binaural beats and brainwave entrainment can induce the same mental state associated with traditional meditation practice, but quickly.

Our brains have been called “random thought generators.” We think thoughts to the tune of 50,000 per day and up to 70% of those are believed to be negative. Negative thoughts cause chronic stress which in many real ways changes the function and structure of your brain.

Every thought you have changes neural pathways and the output of brain chemicals, creating a cascade of effects on health and emotional well-being. The best way by far to limit negative thoughts and reduce stress is with meditation. Even beginners will find meditation helpful.

Over 1,000 studies have shown that meditation can make you smarter, happier, and healthier. Regular meditation can reduce stress, stimulate new brain cell formation, and slow down the rate of brain cell aging.

But anyone who has tried traditional meditation can tell you that quieting your mind this way is not easy. It can take years to master. For those who struggle with focus and concentration, meditation can be frustrating and can become an additional source of stress.

In the past 50 years, technologies have been developed that can induce the same brainwave state as meditation by simply listening to certain sounds. the most popular form of sound technology used for this purpose is known as binaural beats. Using binaural beats bring about the same state as meditation, just in a much faster and easier way.

Mindvalley, one of the world’s largest personal development publishers, surveyed their customers to understand “why people don’t meditate.”
Their customers were certainly aware of the benefits of meditation.

So what were the obstacles to their actually practicing meditation?
According to the 400,000+ people who responded, the main reasons people don’t stick with a meditation practice are:

They can’t tame their mental chatter.
They can’t focus.
They feel physically restless.
It takes too long to get the desired results.

Using binaural beats provides an easy shortcut. All you have to do is put on a set of headphones or earbuds, relax, and listen. This brings the brain into the same state as deep meditation, very quickly.
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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

How do Binaural Beats increase your Intelligence

Binaural beats are a brainwave entrainment technology designed to put your brain into the same activity state as when you are meditating using traditional methods. Traditional meditation can be very difficult because it’s difficult to hold the mind’s focus, so many people miss out on its benefits. Brainwave entrainment puts you in the meditative state easily and quickly. It gives anyone a chance to use meditation as a tool for personal growth, relaxation or spiritual practice.

You’ve heard of the Mozart effect? People who listen to Mozart’s work tend to score higher on various cognitive tests and demonstrate higher mental performance. Binaural beats do the same thing: they help create a synchronicity between the brain’s hemispheres. This helps you think more holistically. Instead of being predominantly a left-brain analyst or a right-brain creative, you become a whole-brain thinker.

Although it seems like some far off science fiction technology, it really is possible to increase your IQ by listening to binaural beats. Actually, it’s not as far off as we may think as it’s already been proven that certain music such classical can actually improve brain function. But when we use binaural beats to increase our IQ, these sounds are specifically engineered and thus they are much more effective than other music for getting us smarter.

Although it’s not possible for us to obtain new levels of knowledge simply by using brainwave entrainment, it is possible for us to amplify the knowledge that we already have. This includes processing information faster, thinking more clearly, staying more focused, becoming more aware, and tapping into the storehouse of the subconscious which is much more powerful than the conscious mind. A combination of these things is essentially what increases our IQ and allows us to problem solve at a new levels beyond our current awareness.

The most interesting thing about increasing our IQ with binaural beats is that it has more to do with our physiology than our actual brain function. By regulating our physiology, and regulating our heartbeat, we can actually think much more clearly. This has to do with the flight or fight mechanism that has been passed down to us from our ancestors. When we are under any type of stress (which is the normal operating state for many of us), our frontal lobes shut down and even the simplest of tasks can become a challenge. By becoming in control of our physiology, we become in control of our feelings, our emotions, our state, our actions, and thus the results we produce. This frees up all of our wasted energy and allows us to direct it towards increasing our brain function.

By listening to IQ increasing binaural beats, your brainwaves will begin to resonate much more consistent and slowly lower into the alpha range. Once they are in this range the body will then begin to regulate itself and our physiology will begin to improve. Once this happens everything else will align and you will find yourself thinking on a much higher level than previously. If you were to take an IQ test and then take another test after 20 minutes of listening to these recordings, you will see a dramatic improvement in your test scores.

Using these recordings every day will also help you achieve whole-brain-functioning which has huge amounts of benefits. This is where you are able to access both sides of your brain and allow you to creatively problem solve where you would otherwise be more creative or more analytical.

The most important thing to remember when listening to these audios is to be aware of your breath. Take slow consistent breaths throughout the entire entrainment process and you will get much better results. Whether you are a student trying to get better grades, becoming better at your job, or just simply want to become smarter then listen to these audios a few times a week and you will begin to see permanent changes that will give you new skills to carry with you for the rest of your life.
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Sunday, September 3, 2017

The Sound of Silence – Remarkable Brain Entrainment to unlock the Unconscious Mind

Why is silence and stillness so powerful? What’s the benefit of silence? Here’s an exploration of the power of silence.

1.      Liberation from the inner noise
From the moment we wake, we are confronted with inner noise. This seemingly never-ending stream of thoughts, memories, daydreams and fears fully occupies the mind. It has become an omnipresent barrier that prevents access to the deeper levels of the mind that are characterized by natural quietness.

The mental chattering can occupy us to such a degree that we are no longer able to properly concentrate on the task at hand. The reduction of our attention span, however, is only a minor consequence of the inner noise. Something that weighs far heavier is the fact that the inner noise causes us to pore over worries without an end. It can be greatly troubling to be imprisoned within a vicious circle, unable to stop imagining horrible scenarios about the upcoming future.

Silence has the power to liberate us from the omnipresent chatter of the mind. It helps us to shift our attention from the past or future back to this present moment. By doing so, we start enjoying the beauty of the moment, instead of pondering about past mistakes we cannot make undone and worrying about things that haven’t even taken place.

2.      The great teacher within
Silence and stillness are not our enemies. They can be powerful allies and great teachers. We only need to listen.

Silence helps us to become more relaxed. The mind no longer has to filter and process unlimited streams of information. Additionally, the ongoing chatter of the mind is slowly reduced. Like a sea that is slowly coming to rest after a storm, silence slowly introduces tranquility and peacefulness to our stressed minds. It can further help us to clear our minds and encourages a state of clarity to emerge. Our thought processes are less driven by instincts, desires and the ego. Instead, they become more in tune with the intuition and a person’s true virtues.

The powerful effect of silence can help us to better understand what the teacher within has to say. There are many different descriptions for the teacher within. Some call it intuition others consider it to be a purer part of oneself. The whole concept can mean all kinds of different things to different people. However, labeling this source of wisdom from within is not important.

All that matters is that silence brings us closer in touch with an important source of wisdom, clarity and peacefulness.

3.       Connection to the true self
External stimuli and the unending mental chattering prevent us from ever being able to be who we truly are. Instead of being our authentic selves and living with integrity, we allow external influences to greatly shape who we are and how we behave. This whole process can happen entirely unbeknownst to us. Like sponges, our minds unquestioningly pick up all kinds of behaviors, opinions and perceptions from the world around us. Therefore, we are to a great extent products of our environments. During the course of many years, we slowly have lost touch with our true essence. We are no longer deeply connected with the true self that lies at the root of our being.

The true self is our ‘real self’ that is not influenced by external influences or the ego. It is our very core essence and our source of true authenticity. When we are connected to the purest part of ourselves, we let go of the defensive facade of the false self. Instead of chasing material possessions and running from our fears, the true self manifests a certain feeling of security and acceptance. It is a great source of peacefulness and calmness.

The power of silence helps us to (re-) connect with a more authentic part of ourselves. By overcoming external noise and internal chattering, something that usually lies dormant starts to unfold. It is a part of ourselves that does not surface while we’re busy watching TV, or while being thoughtlessly engaged in the chatter of our minds. Only in a state in which the mind is calm and perfectly still, the true self and its various manifestations come to the surface.

Silence is the most important requirement for this process. Meditation, however, can help the individual to perfect this process.

4.       Mental clarity
The ceaseless bombardment with information and the chattering of the mind clouds our consciousness. This kind of brain fog slows mental processes down and makes us act in a dull and emotional manner. Countless times in life we experience firsthand how emotions negatively influence the decisions we meet. Whenever we allow our emotions to take over or react blindly, negative consequences are almost always the result. Sooner or later we come to regret the decisions that we meet without having established mental clarity.

Through the act of regularly delving into silence, we can ground ourselves. Stillness of the mind helps us to establish and maintain mental clarity. By spending each day some time in silence, we can greatly increase the clarity of our mental processes. Doing so can have a profound impact in your life. Once accessed daily, this kind of clarity acts as a power source that fuels your actions throughout the day. You’ll be less inclined to experience mental fogginess. Also, the decisions you meet will become less emotional and response-driven.

5.      Inner peace
In a world of turmoil, silence can help us to reestablish peace within ourselves. To a large degree, we are unable to change what happens in the world around us. It is therefore all the more important to take great care how we react to these events. Even more so, it is crucial for our well-being that we find ways to calm the waves that were caused within by the various storms of the external world sweeping across our minds. Stillness can greatly help you to establish inner peace. It can help you to better cope with the things that happen around you by allowing you to maintain inner peace.

6.      Increased concentration
As already outlined, silence can help you to calm down and to enter a state of mental clarity. An excellent side-effect to this increased clarity lies in significant improvements of your concentration. If there is less mental chattering that distracts you, your ability to focus on a given task will increase tremendously. As a result of increased concentration levels, you will become a lot more productive at everything you do.

7.      Shifted attention from the irrelevant to the important
Far too often in life, our focus lies on entirely irrelevant things. We spend a great deal of our time chasing material things we don’t really need or try to impress people we don’t even like. Even more so, we also succumb to the temptation of engaging in entertaining but useless activities.

Silence can greatly help you to rebalance your value system. It will quickly shift your attention away from that which is unimportant to more meaningful aspect of your life. In doing so, silence can act as the catalyst that encourages us to spend more of our time for meaningful purposes.

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Saturday, July 15, 2017

Mystery and Origin of “Aum/OM” Mantra

Mystery and Origin of “Aum/OM” Mantra:

Albert Einstein once said,”Anyone who becomes seriously involved in the pursuit of science
becomes convinced that there is a spirit manifest in the laws of the universe — a spirit vastly
superior to man.”  This spirit is consciousness and omniscient. The universe is alive and we, the humans on this earth, are part of it.

“Aum” or “Om” chant (Mantra) is considered to be the primordial sound of the creation and it is thought that all languages emanates from this initial sound vibration, then world’s oldest language Sanskrit can clinch the title by expressing it in the symbol and in words through its Vedas and religious texts.

All Sanskrit mantras (sacred sound prayers) in India
begin with “Aum” or “Om”, and a meditating yogis or Shramanas may attest to the power of “Aum” or “Om” without any hesitation. Those who are involved in the technique of advanced meditation as practiced by an experienced yogi or meditating monks probably describes the power of Chanting Om mantra and many experts and teachers are said to believe that it activate the entire nervous system.

Ancient sages and seers had conquered this technique
and were able to see the past, present and future. The omniscient Mahavira, Buddha, Christ and many sages and seers have claimed that they can see past, present and future. In order to see past, present and future, one has to break the time and space barriers.

The references of “time travel” are found in various ancient texts of India but not taken seriously. An advanced meditation Practitioner achieves the “Transcendental Meditation stage” where their spiritual awakening reaches to the highest level so Saul or spirit develops the power to
leave the body or reenter the body at the will, thus freeing itself and breaks the barrier of time and space, and see and hear the things that ordinary mortal cannot. (Courtesy of: Bipin Shah)

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Divine Healing Frequency of Ancient Temples, Healing with Sound at 110Hz

Paul Devereux is a professor from Cambridge and an archaeo-acoustician who researches the area of archaeology and acoustics and who has visited ancient sites and temples analyzing the ritual use of sound.  He has also explores what happens to the brain when it is exposed to the frequency of 110Hz.  

Findings of MRI scans suggest that at exactly 110hz, the brain switches off the prefrontal cortex, deactivating the language center, and temporary switches from left to right-sided dominance, that is responsible for intuition, creativity, holistic processing, inducing a state of meditation or a trance. 

The Maltese Hypogeum is a temple hewn out of the rock during 3600-2500BC that covers some 500m2 with the lowest room being around 11 meters under the ground, mirroring Temples above the ground that are the oldest free standing structures on Earth. 

Testing that analyzed the sound within the Oracle Chamber in the Hypogeum found to match the same pattern of resonance at the frequency of 110Hz

Seven thousand years ago, a thousand years before the Egyptian pyramids, in the Mediterranean, in Malta, an amazing civilization seemed to be flourishing in peace and harmony for 2,500 years. 
They built the Maltese Megalithic Temples, had an advance knowledge not only of architecture but of sound rituals that induce a trance-like meditation or higher state of consciousness.  

Descending into the Hypogeum, one can re-connect with this culture that used overtone chanting, unearthly, angelic singing, bell ringing, singing balls, and drums to reach altered states of consciousness. These sacred musical rituals found their place in religions all around the world: within Christian Mass singing, Tibetan or Buddhist chanting, Hindu devotional songs.
The sound resonates through the bones within the Hypogeum.
The sound ritual was used to lead ‘devotees’ into trance-like meditation, increasing their emotional and social intelligence. 
Today, various studies suggest that the long-term practice of meditation sculpt the brain towards more patient, emotionally balanced, and creative individuals.

Monday, July 3, 2017

Why listening to AUM chanting is the Key to Meditation

How often have you found it difficult to have a deep meditation? There may be times when simply sitting with eyes closed does not help. Or even if we are able to meditate well, we definitely want to enhance our experience. That is when listening to AUM chanting can play an important role.

Listening to AUM chanting is so powerful and help us to move into the inner, silent space effortlessly. The purpose of listening to AUM chanting is to bring silence in the mind. When that happens, we find it easier to meditate.

The center core of our existence is bliss, positivity and joy but it is surrounded by a cloud of negative energy. AUM chanting removes this cloud of negativity. Chanting charges up the atmosphere with positive vibrations and in such a space, meditation becomes natural and effortless.

We worry so much about everything in life, but what exactly is worry? It is nothing but a repetitive thought about something in the past or an anxiety about the future. And our mind keeps oscillating between past actions and future events and gets caught up in a swamp of worries. :Listening to AUM chaqnting come to our rescue, save us from continuous botherations and help bring our mind to the present moment. It is then we enjoy a deep experience in meditation.

Although you can start your journey any time of the day, morning time is a good idea. Start with listening to AUM chanting in the video. AUM chanting adds beauty to meditation. Little can be understood about this in words – you truly need to experience it yourself.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

How and Why OM (AUM) chanting transforms your mind

How and Why OM (AUM) chanting transforms your mind
Om is described as the king of all mantras. The Latin omne, which means everything or anywhere, is closely linked to Om. Om consists of a single syllable, and appears very simple at first glance. However, Om is far more complex than any other mantra. The spelling AUM (closely linked to the Christian “Amen”) is often used, and is closer to the pronunciation of the mantra (aaaooouuummm). A is pronounced nasally. If you try to pronounce the letters A-U-M individually, you can clearly feel the vibrations in your body.

The clearer you can make the sounds, the stronger the vibrations. And each of them is like a mantra in itself. Try closing your eyes and focus on the sounds and your body. Then it is easier to notice what is happening inside your body. When you connect with “mmm”, you can feel it in your whole skull, and every tiny blood vessel and nerve in your brain become vitalized. This is why AUM has such a huge impact on your mental state. It also has the ability to modify and even transform your whole mind and thoughts. AUM strengthens your concentration and makes you feel relaxed, and when you are in such a state your brain produces more alpha waves giving you a sense of peace and comfort.

While AUM is the most effective mantra of all, there’s nothing mysterious or occult about it. You already know AUM. Indeed every human on Earth knows AUM, for it is composed of universal sounds that transcend both religious as well as cultural borders. When was the last time you said; aaaa / ahhh, oooo / or ohhh mmmm-hmmm?

AUM is vibrations of the universe, and this is Brahma (creative power). Therefore AUM is sometimes called pranava – it carries or brings the prana, which is the energy of all living things.

Friday, June 23, 2017

How to do AUM Chanting - Step by Step Guide

How to do AUM chanting - Step by Step Guise
Aum is a universal mantra for all people and one not need the initiation of a master or guru to reap it’s endless benefits.

1) Sit comfortably either in Padmasana or Artha Siddhasana or Sukhasana.

2) Place your hands upon your thighs, and palm’s facing upwards.

3) Hold Yoga Mudra in both hands and eyes should be closed. Inhale slowly through your nose, once your lungs is full exhale from your mouth by pronouncing AUM until your full breath come out from the lungs.

4) All three word chanting should be approximately equal in time. While chanting Aaaaaa focus vibration one inch below your navel. It is the Manipura Chakra, one of the seven chakra in human body.

5) When you chant Uuuuuu focus vibration in chest area. It is the Anahata Chakra.

6) After that close you mouth and chant Mmmmmm. When chanting focus vibration in your throat and nose.

7) Similarly continue deep inhalation by nose and exhalation through mouth with chanting AUM.

*To experience the full benefit of AUM chanting to be done 15 minutes in morning and 15 minutes  in evening.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

8 Remarkable Health Benefits of AUM Chanting

8 Remarkable Health Benefits of AUM Chanting
1. AUM chanting is a potent tonic which increases the efficiency of the human organism in a profound manner.
2. By chanting this word OM or AUM one can achieve ultimate self-realization.
3. The repetiton of Aum leads to excellent mental and physical health.
4. This chant helps to improves the production of endorphin so making you fell relaxed and refreshed every time.
5. It has positive effect for cardiac vascular health lowering blood pressure and increasing efficiency of all the cells and organs in the body.
6. In essence AUM relaxes and rejuvenates the mind increasing concentration and memory therefore the ability to learn.
7. It helps in Cleansing the mind.Controlling the emotions.
8. It relives the stress levels by supplying more oxygen to the body. So you get relive from stress related headaches.

Monday, June 19, 2017

AUM Chanting at 110hz Discover the lost secret of Ancient Temples

One of the most popular misconception about AUM chanting is that it is religious. On the contrary, it is the most universal syllable because it neither refers to any particular religion nor God. The first impulse to emerge from the silence of the absolute, was the sound AUM. Even the Bible and modern science agree that the initial spark of creation came from sound or vibration. The Gospel, according to John says, “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God … and the Word was made flesh.”

AUM is a one-word mantra and yet the most powerful mantra. It is the essence of all mantras. As a rule, every mantra begins with AUM, otherwise, it is considered as incomplete. Potency of the mantras increases due to AUM, hence it is regarded as the king of all mantras. This is an auspicious mantra through which we can experience the spiritual forces or the vibrations or the special kind of sensations in our body. It not only gives material benefits, but spiritual ones as well.

Six-thousand-year-old ancient temples are giving up acoustic clues for modern scientists. Intriguing new research on ancient temples in Malta and highlighted by the Old Temples Study Foundation.
"We may be hitting on one of those 'lost secrets'," says Linda Eneix, President of The OTS Foundation, dedicated to archaeology research and education related to the ancient temples of Mediterranean Malta.
Located south of Sicily, the islands of Malta and Gozo are home to megalithic structures that were created by a highly developed people more than a thousand years ahead of Stonehenge and the pyramids.
A consortium called The PEAR Proposition: Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research are pioneers in the field of archaeo-acoustics, merging archaeology and sound science. Directed by Physicist Dr. Robert Jahn, the PEAR group set out in 1994 to test acoustic behavior in megalithic sites such as Newgrange and Wayland's Smithy in the UK. They found that the ancient chambers all sustained a strong resonance at a sound frequency between 95 and 120 hertz: well within the range of a low male voice.
In subsequent OTSF testing, stone rooms in ancient temples in Malta were found to match the same pattern of resonance, registering at the frequency of 110 or 111 hz. This turns out to be a significant level [right] for the human brain. Whether it was deliberate or not, the people who spent time in such an environment were exposing themselves to vibrations that impacted their minds.
Sound scientist, Prof. Daniel Talma of the University of Malta explains: "At certain frequencies you have standing waves that emphasize each and other waves that de-emphasize each other. The idea that it was used thousands of years ago to create a certain trance -- that's what fascinates me."
Dr. Ian A. Cook of UCLA and colleagues published findings in 2008 of an experiment in which regional brain activity in a number of healthy volunteers was monitored by EEG through different resonance frequencies.
Findings indicated that at 110 hz the patterns of activity over the prefrontal cortex abruptly shifted, resulting in a relative deactivation of the language center and a temporary switching from left to right-sided dominance related to emotional processing. People regularly exposed to resonant sound in the frequency of 110 or 111 hz would have been "turning on" an area of the brain that bio-behavioral scientists believe relates to mood, empathy and social behavior.
Although archaeologists had not found an explanation for such sophisticated engineering suddenly blossoming nearly six thousand years ago, Prof. Richard England, a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, sees an evolution:
". . . a gradual growth, from the cave to the tomb. The idea of continuity comes from an underground architecture. Gradually from these ovular rock-hewn spaces, man moved above ground, and above ground he fashioned an architecture of the living which followed the form of an architecture for the dead."
"Once you know what you are looking for, you can see these same ceiling curves in natural caves in Malta." Eneix observes. "It's logical that the ancient temple builders observed the echoes and sound characteristics in the caves and came up with the idea of recreating the same environment in a more controlled way. Were they doing it intentionally to facilitate an altered state of consciousness? There is a lot that we are never going to know."

Friday, May 19, 2017

Words of Wisdom ~ Conquer your Fears

Words of Wisdom ~ Conquer your Fears
Dear Friends,
Inspirational quotes have a unique characteristic, they provide you a way forward, an actionable intelligence. They will help you provide clarity and direction in life. In this video you’ll find life inspiring quotes by the most influential spiritual leaders of all time like, Gautama Buddha, Dalai Lama, Lao Tzu, Jesus Christ, Confucius, Mohammed, Paramahansa Yogananda, etc.

They’ll share their wisdom with you through their quotes to guide you to find answers and solutions to your questions and struggles.  In this series we’ll address all areas of life where you might need some guidance and inspiration. Make these Words of Wisdom part of your life by praying or meditating on it.

Have a blessed life and may love, peace and happiness be with you all the time.