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However, the unheard cosmic sounds, the symphony of Shabda-Brahman, was heard by the 12 stranded Vedic Maharishis in their spiritual trances and is enshrined in the Upanishads as the syllable.
OM is the quintessence, the seed-syllable of the universe. Mantra is the sound-body of consciousness. Our 7000 year old Vedas say that matter is created from vibrations.
The Yoga Shiksha Upanishad says: “That indestructible transcendent vibrating sound is Shabda-Brahman.”
Nada yoga is an ancient Indian metaphysical system which is based on the premise that the entire cosmos and all that exists in the cosmos, including human beings, consists of sound vibrations, called nada.
This concept holds that it is the sound energy in motion rather than of matter and particles which form the building blocks of the cosmos.
Matter is created by vibrations. On a macro scale everything is longitudinal sound. On a micro scale every disease is musical disharmony.
Primal sound is referred to as Shabda Brahman - "God as word". Closely related to this is the concept of Nada Brahman - "God as sound".
Just in case you wonder what is SHABDA and what is NADA – the former is masculine connoting artha ( meaning ) while the latter is feminine signifying the voiced sound .
Music is Nada.
The fundamental structure of the universe is based on Nada or sound vibrations.
A mantra in its purest form , the inner power , is a manifestation of Nada.
The movement of prana ( energy ) in the body is an expression of Nada.
Nada is the celestial music within us. The word Nada is derived from the Sanskrit root nad, meaning “union through sound.”
Again, Nada refers to the vibrations which make up the sound. Shabda refers to a discreet sound, separate from the meaning it conveys.
The Nada Yogi sees the whole macrocosmic and microcosmic world as made up of sound. The Nada Yogi experiences the macrocosmic universe as a projection of sound vibrations; the whole world as having developed from sound alone.
Nada means not only sound, but energy, flow and pitch. Thus Nada Yoga, in a deeper sense is the science of vibration. Quantum physics agrees with our 7000 year old Vedas that vibration (sound) is the essence of all forms in the creation. Sound vibration brings into being the visual world of forms.
Indian classical music is nada yoga, where the music is rendered absolutely scientific and classical in order to experience the nada. The development of Indian classical musical systems in the past was done strictly in accordance with the views of nada yoga sadhanas.
The 7000 year old Sama Veda is always sung with a scientific exactness and in accordance with nada yoga sadhana.
In the ancient wisdom of the Sanatana Dharma, the medium of creation is conscious sound vibration.
"By His utterance came the universe." (Brihadaranyaka Upanishad 1.2.4) 5000 BC.
Now Nada also contains sounds beyond the human audible range. But these sounds were perceptible to a 12 strand DNA maharishi. Nada is the sound that exists in all Kundalini Chakras. In the heart it exists as Anahata (unstruck sound).
Shabda and Nada manifested in the cosmic energy of sound give rise to the energies of heat, light and other basic streams of energy existing in the universe. The Nada (cosmic vibration) of the Shabda (eternal sound) is the originator of everything that exists in nature.
When a damaru is vibrated, it produces dissimilar sounds which are fused together by resonance to create one single sound . When the Damaru is twisted in one revolution, it often makes the sounds of three successive tones.
Panini formulated the rules of Sanskrit morphology, syntax and semantics in fourteen verses, from the sounds of Lord Shiva's Damaru, called Maheshwara Sutrani.
These Sutras are also known as Aṣṭadhyayi, meaning eight chapters, the foundational text of the grammatical branch of the Vedanga.
The knowledge of Shabda BrahmAn - Nada BrahmAn is thus the most important branch of the Indian school of spirituality. .
It is from this ancient Vedic wisdom that modern science developed sound engineering. Sound frequencies are now being used in modern hospitals to stimulate new cellular growth, resolve tumors, dissolve calcium deposits, stimulate new neurological development, deliver nourishment, detoxify, resolve paralysis, remove plaque and tooth decay, act as a carrier frequency to deliver higher forms of knowledge and information, even scan and harvest information.
Sonocytology is the study of cell sounds. Dead cells with low electrical charge emitted a low rumbling like radio static. Distinguishing between the sound signatures of healthy and diseased cells WILL be a part of the medicine of the future.
Reiki wave ( originated in India ) deals with a DNA created longitudinal wave called scalar wave , faster than light, and which cannot be trapped by Faradays’s cage. Sound operates through the law of Resonance. Resonance eliminates the limitations of the "sender and receiver dynamic." Resonance is where two become one, where minds join.
Resonance is, in itself, a state of awareness and experiential knowing far beyond concept and mental, cognitive thinking. On the vibration field-form-body-time level, resonance is the experiential state of Oneness.
Modern scientists have studied the efficacy of the sonic wave forms of ancient Sanskrit mantras in healing.
The ultrasonometer is used for triggering different chemical reactions via the effect of ultrasound. The stirrer used in this device can be made to stir ( ultrasound) so fast that in no time it can make the steady water – contained around it – churn violently like that during boiling at maximum pace.
As far as the sonic effects are concerned, the subtle power of a mantra, if focused, can be more ‘explosive’ than the nuclear power.
When ancient Vedas talked about the power of an atom, the West smirked and laughed out of sarcasm, right? Sound has the ability to affect whatever forms it comes into contact with by exposing that form to a different rate of frequency vibration.
Sound has the ability to bring this place back into Oneness by changing its rate of vibration through sympathetic vibration called resonance.
This scalar wave works on the root cause of the disease within the sub-conscious mind, modern people call Reiki nowadays.
Scalar waves are ELF longitudinal waves and can penetrate anything. Submarines communicate in this frequency. ELF fields can change the characteristics of neurotransmitters and hormones.
When two energy fields exactly cancel out each other the 5th dimension is accessed which is all pervasive and has the power to heal. Both scalar waves and sound waves are longitudinal.
The human body generates scalar waves from the mobius coils ( figure of eight ) of the DNA and the mobius coils of the circulatory system. When the left and right sides of the brain lobes and the circulatory system in front of the lungs, are in balance the human body generates scalar waves.
A scalar energy field cannot be measured . However the field can be photographed with a Kirlean camera. For skeptics-- holding a small double terminated quartz crystal doubles the photographic portion of the aura.
Scalar energy is capable of restructuring water molecules into smaller clusters, thus promoting biochemical functions of water regulated activities within the body--revitalising the metabolic functions. Scalar fields permeate the body tissues and enhance ion transport at cellular level.
In March 2009, Vatican alarmed by infusion of Hindu Sanskrit terms like CHAKRA has banned Reiki from all Catholic institutions.
Sound vibrations are intimately connected to our “prana” or “life energy. While Physics has gone beyond the atom to the sub-atomic NANO world, biology foolishly has stopped at the molecular world where the protein chemistry of life’s activities is rooted.
If modern medicine has to progress they must consider that we are electrically charged and sound bathed cellular creatures. The 7000 year old Vishnu Purana, states that “The Spirit Is Clothed With Sound”.
Anahata nada is cosmic sound. This is sound that is potential, thought but not expressed. This cosmic sound is perceptible only to the 12 strand DNA Maharishi -- the unstruck sound which vibrates in space without a cause, the sound that is produced from the ether.
The anahata nada is also the sound of devotion and concentration, the sound that the yogi hears in deep meditation whose function is to liberate the soul. Inner sound is sacred and once reached will open the practitioner's chakras, which ultimately will unite the body to the divine.
The inner music owes its reception to the subtle heart chakra, also known as anahata chakra, which is not a sensory organ.
Music is a painting on the canvas of silence. If every sound on this cosmos and planet earth were simultaneously recorded, there would be only one single sound OM. Nada is not a part of dhvani (external sound). Rather dhvani instead arises as a projection of nada.
If we invoke sound, we also invoke the trinity gods of Lords Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, because they are nothing other than a scalar fields who are personalised.
Everything that exists can be reduced to two concepts: consciousness and manifestations. Manifestations are dependent on consciousness.
In Tantra, consciousness is called Shiva, and manifestation, which is also seen as power, is called Shakti. In BrahmAn, Shakti only exists as a potential. . Shiva as an observer is called Para Shiva and the observed is called Para Shakti.
namah shivaya urave nada-bindu kalatemane
niranjana padam yati nitam yatra parayanah
"Salutations to the nadam, which is the inner guide and the inner life, the dispenser of happiness to all! It is the inner guru, appearing as nada, bindu and kala. One who is devoted to the inner guru, the nada, the inner music, obtains the highest bliss." - Hatha Yoga Pradipika IV, 1
The aim of Nada Yoga ( consciousness via sound ) is to purify and harmonize the gross and subtle fields of body energy and bring them in alignment with its natural vibration.. It is the opening of a door on the level of highest awareness when consciousness becomes conscious of itself.
It is from that state that the transformation and healing begin in a most natural way. All our experiences of love, joy, peace, health and happiness are orchestrated by 'consciousness' from that field of unified state, the state of Yoga.
Originally, science thought that atoms were made up of smaller particles of matter (electrons, neutrons, and protons. Now modern physicists discovered that these subatomic particles were actually immaterial energy vortices (resembling nano-scaled tornados).
Atoms are made out of energy and not physical matter. Matter comes from energy, as is written in our Vedas.
AS SOON AS THE FIRST ATOM BOMB WAS BLASTED, ALMOST ALL WESTERN SCIENTISTS WROTE IN THEIR WILLS THAT THEY WANT TO BE CREMATED WITH HINDUS RITES
Biologists can control biological functions and molecules using harmonic vibratory frequencies, including light and sound vibrations. Stupid medical science focuses its attention on the physical body and material world and have completely ignored the role quantum mechanics, using chemicals with toxic side effects instead..
Sound has an invincible power. Nothing is an exception to its laws of natural harmony. Sound therapy is an arrangement of sounds, in a specific order and design, to invoke different vibrational states that influence our very DNA. Our DNA can be reprogrammed by mantras.
Feelings affect our bodies and minds. When sounds are arranged according to the principles of the ancient music of India, which are based on natural scales and intonations, they produce pure intervals and tones not found in western music.
When these natural tones are expressed in the proper formula by a musician trained in Nada Yoga, a healing vibration is set up that goes beyond the sound vibrations in the air, and resonates within us at the cellular and molecular level. This gives the listener the experience of sound healing.
Sound vibrations to bring the ever moving moving pendulum of the mind , the endless chatter to a halt. Musical sounds, when combined in a specific manner, have a dynamic and powerful effect in balancing the energies of the body.
Planet earth communicates with us in this primal language of frequencies. A living being is a EMF field embedded within the EMF field of the earth. Each cell's DNA as a vibrating transmitter/receiver of information.
Every second 200 lightening strikes occur somewhere on earth in order to keep re establishing electrical balance between the earth and the ionosphere. These lightening strikes energize the 'flute' and vibrate the resonating cavity. The 'flute' vibrates waves that bounce off the ionosphere and then off the earth, back and forth.
The resulting 'song' incorporates information from the ionosphere which reflects the universe and information about everything that occurs on earth. Usually this 'music' is described in terms of its beat or frequency. The beat frequency is called the Schumann Resonance of 7.83 Hz ( OM ) .
In the quantum view we are essentially electrical beings existing in a state of resonance with the electromagnetic field of the earth
Sanskrit Mantras have precise golden ratio of 1.618 sound harmonics ( Fibonacci/ Sri Yantra ) in digital mathematical and geometrical precision. The human DNA can produce longitudinal scalar waves, FASTER THAN LIGHT, the basis of Reiki.
Mantra language must have natural continuity is word making and in sentence making. Its sound must have vibration and resonance. Its alphabets must form in cymatics when uttered. Mantras in this language must be approved by a gifted seer with 12 strand DNA and the effect felt on his chakras and pineal gland.
This is why all mantras must be compulsorily more than 4000 years old. Mantras have immediate soothing effect makes the brain produce and release magic healing chemicals. Errant and disturbing thought are killed!
Usually all mantras must begin and end with OM for the quantum tunneling effect. Mantras increase Prana or life force, sharpens intellect and boosts metabolism. Mantras can reduce the surface tension of water . It centres your mind ( effect on subconscious ) and slows down your breathing .
As I said before mantras increase your Auras as seen by Kirlean photography—due to the effect on symphathetic and para sympathetic nervous systems.
Our powerful king sense of hearing can distinguish more than 300000 tones and 1300 pitches. Next time you hear a sound of a person , even on the phone, visualize who it could be.
Chromosomes that are damaged by X-rays, for instance, can be repaired by simply applying vibration and language, or sound combined with intention, or words, to DNA! Is it NOT amazing that Hindus knew this 12000 years ago?
DNA is like the master tuning fork in the body. It would strike a particular frequency and certain other molecules would follow-- the waves are LONGITUDINAL -- rather field like—
Emotions like anger and fear can “compress” DNA, However, emotions like joy, gratitude and love unwind the the DNA, decompress it!
Every DNA has its own melody, as energy and matter is musical in nature. Our DNA program can be “rewritten” as an acoustic genetic code.
The relationship between sound and consciousness has been recorded in India's Hindu scriptures 7000 years ago. Mantras, or sacred sounds, are used to pierce through sensual, mental and intellectual levels of existence (all lower strata of consciousness) for the purpose of purification and reach into the spiritual level for enlightenment.
Each letter of mantra that corresponds to a sound and represents a vibration possesses power to change or affect body or mind. The power of these sounds is rooted in the highest planes of the solar system, and therefore, work on every level, from most subtle to the most dense.
Chanting a mantra is the best way to begin that meditation: it will bring you to the right state of mind. Mantra brings your complete attention within and sharpens your concentration. You will be able to “scan” your entire body with your mind’s eye and see where the trouble is hiding. Svaha sends your prayer directly to the Gods
The Beeja mantras are one-syllable seed sounds that, when said aloud, activate the energy of the chakras in order to purify and balance the mind and body.
When you utter beeja mantras, you resonate with the energy of the associated chakra.-- as mentioned in the Jabala Darsana Upanishad in 5000 BC.
Ham, Yam, Ram, Vam and Lam are the panch bhoota mantras. The five elements evolve from the five tanamatras (principals); earth from gandha (smell), water from rasa (taste), fire from rupa (sight), air from sparsha (touch) and akasha from shabda (hearing).
Every Beej mantra creates a huMMMMMMMM, which produces the magic molecule Nitric Oxide.
Nitric oxide is a gas that affects blood vessels. It is a simple molecule, having two atoms - nitrogen and oxygen. But it does an incredible array of things. Our blood vessels make nitric oxide. It's a potent and facile dilator.
When the human body reaches the age of 27 years, the secretion of nitric oxide is at its peak. As you get older and the production of nitric oxide in the human body declines gradually, more from age 42 onwards.
Nitric oxide controls blood flow in our body. It controls our vascular resistance , the blood pressure . When your body produces sufficient amounts of Nitric oxide, then your blood vessels are relaxed, and your blood pressure is low.
Conversely if you're not making enough or Nitric Oxide production is inactivated, then your blood vessels become contracted and your blood pressure shoots up. So this is an important feature of the blood vessels is its ability to control its own diameter automatically.
Nitric oxide is part of the body's self-defense mechanism.It can defend against bacteria. It also defends against tumor cells.
Nitric Oxide in higher concentrations can actually halt the growth of cells or can halt bacterial growth, so it's a defense against infection. Macrophages, certain cells of the immune system, produce Nitric oxide in order to kill invading bacteria.
By adopting digital Sanskrit as a computer language it is possible to create conscious computers which can laugh at a genuine joke, or tell the moral of a story like “ haste is waste”.
It is the only unambiguous computer language suitable for N-GRAM NLP and AskMSR.
Astadhyayi, presented the processes of phonology, morphology and syntax, and laid down the basis for centuries of commentaries and expositions by Sanskrit grammarians who followed.
Panini's approach was amazingly formal; his production rules for deriving complex structures and sentences represent resemble those of modern computer languages. Many of the developments in Indian Mathematics, especially the place value notation system may have originated from Paninian analysis.
Panini's grammar consists of four parts:-
Śivasūtra: phonology (notations for phonemes specified in 14 lines)
Aṣṭadhyāyī: morphology (construction rules for complexes)
Dhātupāṭha: list of roots (classes of verbal roots)
Gaṇapāṭha: lists classes of primitive nominal stems
In the Shiva Sutras, Panini discusses something like the concepts of the phoneme, the morpheme and the root. The Shiva Sutras describe a phonemic notational system in the opening part of the Astadhyayi.
The notational system introduces different clusters of phonemes that serve special roles in the morphology of Sanskrit, and are referred to throughout the text.
Rigveda stated 7000 year ago that speech process has four stages. These four stages are Para, Pasyanti, Madhyama and Vaikhari.
Shabda brahmAn manifests through his power of maya first as para vani in the mooladhara chakra at the perineum, then as pashyanti in the manipura chakra at the navel, next as madhyama in the heart and then eventually as vaikhari in the throat and mouth. This is the divine descent of voice.
The first three are internal and yogic and can be experienced only by seers. The fourth stage is Vaikhari is the audible speech, which is used by all human beings.
The general perception of a layman is that when we speak, sound comes from the throat. But what happens is when we have the urge or the thought to speak, our life force in the form of vaayu, starts from the root chakra and brings Paraa, the subtle sound, then travels up to the navel, heart chakras as Pasyanti and Madhyamaa respectively, then comes to the throat, mouth, teeth and tongue as Vaikhari to come out as speech or sound at the gross level.
These four levels of sound correspond to four states of consciousness. Paraa represents the transcendental consciousness. Pasyanti represents the intellectual consciousness. Madhyamaa represents the mental consciousness. And Vaikhari represents the physical consciousness.
Para represents transcendental consciousness. Para is a soundless seed, pure adya shakti from kundalini, beyond name and forms. . Para is Adya Shakti.
According to Taitreeya Upanishad, Aakaasa evolved first. From Aakaasa evolved Vaayu, from Vayu evolved Agni, from Agni evolved Jala and from Jala evolved Prithvi. So Aakaasa is called Param, as it was the first one to form among the five basic elements. Its attribute Sabda is called Paraa.
At the time of creation, this Paraa expressed itself as Bindu or a subtle particle. It is also called as Kaarana bindu, the cause for all sound manifestations within and outside our body. Paraa means the highest or the farthest.
Para vaak is the sound beyond the perception of our senses. Paraa is the first stage of sound in its unmanifest stage and is the source of all root ideas and germ thoughts.
On the stage of Para-vaak there is no distinction between the object and the sound. The sound contains within it all the qualities of the object. Nada Yogis claim that Paraa Nada is a high frequency sound, so high that it does not stir or produce any vibrations.
By the urge of man to talk, with the help of vaayu or air, Paraa moves up to the Manipuraka chakra or the navel centre and gets transformed into Pasyanti.
Para means highest or farthest, and in this connection it indicates that sound which is beyond the perception of the senses. Para-vak is also known as "rava-shabda" - an unvibratory condition of sound beyond the reach of mind and intelligence (avyakta), only to be realized by great souls, the 12 strand maharishis, parama-jnanis.
On the stage of para-vak there is no distinction between the object and the sound. The sound contains within it all the qualities of the object. The highest manifestation of sound energy, the primal voice, the divine voice is para.
The para voice gives birth to root ideas or germ thoughts. It is the first manifestation of voice. In the para state the sound remains in an undifferentiated form.
Para is pure intention. Pure because it is a direct expression of the will of reality, unadulterated by any personal preference. Para means transcendental, ‘beyond’ or ‘the other side’. It is beyond the reach of the indriyas, or sense organs, and the mind and other means of cognition.
Hence para nada is the transcendental sound. It is indicative of a truth that there is a sphere of super-consciousness where the sound is heard in different dimensions.
Sounds having a very high frequency are transformed into silence. Beyond a certain limit, the ears do not have the capacity. No one can hear or understand a sound like that even if it is present. Para or transcendental sound has the highest vibration frequency.
This intense vibration faculty makes para inaudible. . When a sound goes to its maximum pitch, it attains a sudden stillness, and that is para nada.
Pasyanti represents the intellectual consciousness, a state of abstract knowledge, like an idea which has not yet been expressed in words. Pashyanti is the thought form. Pasyanti literally means observing or seeing one's self. In the pasyanti stage sound possesses qualities such as color and form.
When sound goes up to the navel with the bodily air in vibratory form without any particular syllable (varna), yet connected with the mind, it is known as Pashyanti-vaak.
Pasyanti observes and analyses her impending changes in the heart, throat and the tongue, where the sound finally attains audibility. Within the Pasyanti-vaak exists the nature's Iccha-shakti, or the power of will.
Pashyanti-vak is the second level of sound, and is less subtle than para-vak. Pashyanti in Sanskrit means "that which can be seen or visualized".
Yogis who have inner vision can perceive these qualities in sound. On this stage the differences between language do not exist, as this sound is intuitive and situated beyond rigidly defined concepts.
On the stage of pashyanti-vak, speech is intuitively connected to the object. There is near oneness between the word and the experience described. Pashyanti-vak is the finest impulse of speech. The seat of pashyanti is in the navel or the Manipura Chakra.
When sound goes up to the naval with the bodily air in vibratory form without any particular syllable (varna), yet connected with the mind, it is pashyanti-vak. Within the pashyanti-vak exists the nature's iccha-shakti, or the power of will. Yogis who have subtle inner vision can experience the pashyanti state of sound.
Pashyanti does not distinguish between subject and object. Perceptible but not yet particularized, it covers the middle ground between para’s pure intention and madhyama’s verbalized but as yet unspoken mental speech.
The second stage of sound, which has less frequency and is more gross than para, is pashyanti. It is a sound which cannot be heard, but it can be seen. This is why Pashyanti in Sanskrit means ‘that which can be seen or visualized’.
Madhyamaa represents the mental consciousness . Pasyanti, on reaching the Anaahata chakra or the heart chakra , transforms into Madhyama vaak. Madhyamaa literally means in between or middle. Here there is a clear distinction between the sound and the object it denotes.
Madhyama vaak is more of a mental speech rather than the external audible speech. Within the Madhyama-vaak exists the nature's Jnana-shakti, or the power of knowledge.
Madhyama-vak is the intermediate unexpressed state of sound, whose seat is in the heart.. The middle sound is that sound which exists between the states of susupti and jagrat.
Madhyama is the intermediate unexpressed state of sound experienced in the heart. Madhyama is mental speech, verbalized but unspoken, the internal monologue and dialogue; it expresses jñana shakti, the power of knowledge and wisdom (or lack thereof).
Madhyama measures, evaluates, questions, harnessing your rational and emotional minds to formulate the intentions that precipitate into words.
Madhyama is particularized into phonemes, directed to mental objects, the objects of the inner senses. It straddles the gulf between the noiseless conviction that is pashyanti and the spoken word that is vaikhari.
Madhyama is sound having lower frequencies than para and pashyanti, but still subtler than the audible vaikhari form of sound. No audible effect is produced in it. Madhyama produces very minute vibrations in the act of a whisper. In an ordinary sound, two objects strike against each other in order to produce sound.
But in madhyama no two things strike violently so as to produce audible sound. The word madhyama means a middle sound, a whispering sound or the sound of a whisper.
Vaikhari represents the physical consciousness, an audible speech manifestation .. Vaikhari resides in the throat chakra. Vaikhari is what we speak through our mouth, which had started from Para. Para is subtle and Vaikhari is manifested form of Bhava/sound.
Vaikhari is the sound which has come all the way from the root chakra with the force of vaayu, travels further upwards to the throat, mouth, teeth and tongue, to become an articulate sound, audible to the external ear.
When sabda is spoken through the mouth with the help of syllables, that speech is Vaikhari vak. Within the Vaikhari-vaak exists the nature's Kriya-shakti, or power of action.
Vaikhari-vak is the grossest level of speech, and it is heard through the external senses. When sound comes out through the mouth as spoken syllables it is called as vaikhari.
Vaikhari the articulated speech, which, in a waveform, reaches the ears and to the intellect of the listener.
Audible vaikhari lies within the purview of the conscious mind and jagrat (waking-time consciousness). The spoken sound vaikhari is produced by friction or by striking two things against each other. Its frequencies of vibration are conducted within a certain limited range.
mulam adharam arabhya dvistkantam upeyusi
udita aneka sahasra surya vahnindu sannibha
cakravat punar adharat santa pasyatha madhyama
vaikhari sthanam asadhya tatrasta sthanavartini
varnanam jananim bhutva bhogya prasnoumi gouriva
"Seated in the area starting from the muladhara to the position of dvistkanta with effulgence equal to the rising of millions of suns, fires and moons. Like a wheel from the adhara becoming the sounds known as santa, pashyati, madhyama. Reaching the position of vaikhari, there situated in eight places, viz., the throat etc. Being the mother of all sounds I bestow enjoyments like a cow."
The Vedas are thus NOT cowherd’s verses to while away their time while grazing goats. OM is not the call of a man to summon his wife..
The Vedas when chanted the right way releases the wisdom they contain as real sacred energy that can “create the spiritual states of mind and of life which the words describe” , and influence the course of human destiny and even the order of the Universe.
Can you believe that the immoral west ( who stole and patented our ancient knowledge and then injected poison into the originals or destroyed it ) talks of India in the same breath and same sentence along with Mayan, Incas , Aztecs, Hopi, Red Indians, Egyptians, Sumerians, Mesopotamians BLAH BLAH – who have left zilch books behind for posterity ?
Panini’s grammar covers many features of the language like swara (vowels), vyanjana (consonants) , sandhis (combination of words) , samaas (description diff to put it in a bracket) , Prathyaya, (prefixes/suffixes), etc.
The IMMORAL mouth piece of the west has dated Panini as 4th century BC.
Because the big bang as per the old Bible happened in 4004 BC.
Vedas and Upanishads followed an oral route for more than 33,000 years before they were penned down 7000 years ago.
The white man was doing GRUNT GRUNT for language 5000 years ago.
The Ashtadhyayi of Panini consists of 3990 sutras or aphorisms.
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Mantras are Scalar energy based sounds which resonate in the Zero Point Field Aakashik hyperspace. Mantra is a carrier wave with potent information within it. Mantras must begin and end with OM which resonates with the earths heartbeat of 7.83 hertz.
Our 7000 year old Vedas say, that all forms of reality are sound forms—music—their very substance composed of vibration. This Shabda-brahman is the great cosmic wavelength experienced as God.
The maharishis realized Brahman, or “transcendental consciousness,” in the form of sound. They knew that this transcendental sound, which has no limits and is immeasurable, manifests not only within the vital air known as prana, but also through our senses and even our mind.
We all know that sound is the vehicle for emotion, which we can either reinforce or release. We sing with joy, shout in anger, cry in sorrow and groan in pain. Thus each emotion corresponds to a particular kind of sound, and intensified emotions usually demand stronger sounds.
During japa, the whole body vibrates and all other sensations go numb. It’s a beautiful, sensuous feeling that purifies and elevates your entire being to a higher level.
Japa involves the meditative repetition of a mantra. Mantra is mystical energy encapsulated within a sound structure. Every mantra contains in its vibrations a certain power.
Vachika japa: the mantra is repeated out loud
Upamsu japa: the mantra is repeated semi-audibly by moving only the tongue and lips
Manasa japa: the mantra is repeated mentally without allowing the tongue and lips to move
Likhita japa: the mantra is written continuously or for a fixed number of times
Akhanda japa: the mantra is repeated for a specific number of times without a break, or for a fixed period of time, such as from sunrise to sunset. Akhanda japa is often performed rhythmically and congregationally.
Alapa japa: the mantra is repeated mentally at all times and with every breath.
Patanjali speaks of 14 kinds of japa: daily (nitya), circumstantial (naimittika), the japa of desired results (kamya), forbidden (nishiddha), penitential (prayashchitta), unmoving (achala), moving (chala), voiced (vachika), whispered (upanshu), murmured (bhramara), mental (manasa), uninterrupted (akhanda), nonuttered (ajapa) and circumambulatory (pradakshina).
Quantum Physics tells us today that every state of matter has its own associated vibration.
4000 years ago, Adi Shankaracharya commented on the Brahma Sutras. “The sound created by the explosion of the primordial atom gave rise to the causal, subtle and gross forms of the universe.”
Shabda-Brahman is a vibratory reality, which exists underlying the reality which we can perceive. According to Vedic theory, this pure vibrational current, flows eternally – a kind of river of sublime truths – that can be accessed by anyone who has the ability to penetrate within it.
In case of each Tantric mantra, the practitioner needs to know its rishi (seer), devata (deific power), channdas (rhythm), svara (accentuation), prayogya (application), beej (seed power), shakti (a fraction of itself that expresses its power), kavacha (armour), kilaka (recitation of which prevents the mantra’s power from moving away from the practitioner) and nyasa (the process by which various sounds in the mantra are identified with the energy in particular limbs).
Nyasa involves touching various parts of the body while saying specific portions of a mantra. This invokes the presence of the deity of the mantra inside the body. Each mantra is associated with a specific Nyasa. There are various types of Nyasas, the most important of them being Kara Nyasa and Anga Nyasa.
No cosmic sound can be heard by man’s naked ears. Scientists have found that the sound emanating from planets is pitched twenty octaves below man’s hearing, while the song of the atom is sung a complementary twenty octaves above it, leaving us “musically midway” between the trebles and basses of the micro and macro-cosmic worlds.
The function of a mantra is to create vibrations in the inner consciousness, that will prepare for realization.
Being indifferent towards all objects, he who has controlled his passions should continuously concentrate upon the sound which dissolves the mind.…the sound proceeding from Pranava (OM) which is BrahmAn itself- Nadabindu Upanishad 5000 BC
OM is the quintessence, the seed-syllable (bija mantra) of the universe, the universal force of the all-embracing consciousness.
The inner ear ( cochlea ) gives the cycloid spiral space curve motion. It is the brain and central nervous system that hears. The inner ear is filled with liquid. Microscopic hairs called cilia project out into this liquid and they release a chemical neurotransmitter when stimulated. ( just like the cats's whiskers ).
Sound waves are transformed into nerve impulses, to the temporal lobe of the cerebral cortex which is dedicated to sound. The audio range is 20 hz to 20000 Hz. 1 hertz is one cycle per second. All musicians convey the message in the 0.5- 4 KHz range .
A sound wave is a longitudinal wave--a series of compressions and rarefactions.. Higher the frequency, higher the perceived pitch. The wonder of the cilia hairs is that it can perceive 1500 levels of pitch.
“That indestructible transcendent vibrating sound is Shabda-Brahman.”-- Shiksha Upanishad 5000 BC
Letters in Sanskrit are called akshara, the eternal; they are sound symbols of the eternal reality. The function of a mantra in Sanskrit is to create vibrations in the inner consciousness. The Vedanta-sutras add that ultimate liberation comes from sound (anavrittih shabdat).
"The yoga which is practiced through the support of a proper mood (bhava) and sound (shabda), and through the support of the Self composed of name and form (nama-rupa) is called mantra-yoga."- Mantra-yoga-samhita (3.4)
Mantra-yoga is one of the most important paths within traditional yoga, and concerns the different expressions of sound, from the most subtle to the coarsest. It is with good reason that the Vayaviya Samhita of the Shiva-purana, in describing the five classes of yoga, places mantra yoga first.
Through sound we cease to return to a body, or we liberate ourselves." -- Vedanta-sutra (4.4.23)
Conscious repetition of mantras liberates the energy that lies within them.
6000 years ago Krishna says ( Bhagavad Gita) -
vedais ca sarvair aham eva vedyam
"The ultimate purpose of reading Vedas is to know Me."
The four Vedas (Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva) are not 'books' in the usual sense. They are comprised rather of tonally accented verses and hypnotic, abstruse melodies whose proper realizations demand oral instead of visual transmission.
They are robbed of their essence when transferred to paper, for without the human element the innumerable nuances and fine intonations – inseparable and necessary components of all four compilations – are lost completely.
The ultimate authority in Vedic matters is never the printed page but rather the few members ... who are today keeping 400 centuries old ORAL traditions alive.
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