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May 06, 2013

La music It is the optimal means to express emotions, ignites love and instills hope. Music is present in the hearts of all men and women. Music exists in all the particles of the Universe, if you are prepared to listen to it. Music is the oldest of the arts. Power of music Sound is the first manifestation of the Absolute. Filled with the transcendental force of the soul, sound is present in all creation as the single powerful principle that widely influences and effectively brings all other manifestations under control. Nada, the sound, catches the mind, relaxes you and fills you with energy, lifts you up, inspires you, gives strength and invigorates you. Vibrate in memory. It can heal incurable diseases. Be aware of the power of sounds: sa, ri, ga, ma, pa, dha, ni, sa, are the musical notes in Sanskrit. The music fills the mind with sattwa (purity). It generates harmony in the heart and appeases the primary nature of man. Music comforts, soothes, and brings joy to people when they are in distress. Comfort the lonely. Mitigate worries, concerns and anxieties. The devotee sits with his instruments to melt his mind into silence. The repetition of mantras is an excellent way to start meditative practices, to complete them and to promote devotional states. Om: The source of all harmony where do you get the music his power? From the supreme sound of Om, the holy Pranava. At Om we retire to rest. At Om we solve our search. Sound is a vibration. Om is the first vibration of sound. And sound is the first vibration of the Absolute. Listen to the vibration of the tambura or the vina (classical instruments of Indian music): do you hear the majestic sound of Om? All musical notes are beautifully mixed within it. The music intends to make Om vibrate in your heart, because Om or Pranava is your true name and your true essence. That is why we love to listen to music, which is nothing but the most melodic intonation of our own essence. music is spiritual La yoga music it is not only an instrument to satisfy the senses, but it is a yogic practice that enables you to improve as a human being in this life and for self-realization. The main duty of all those interested in spreading music is to preserve this great ideal and original purity. The music It has to be considered as a form of yoga. Music is nothing yoga. The different musical notes have their corresponding nadis or subtle channels in the kundalini chakras. Music makes these nadis vibrate, purifies them and awakens the psychic and spiritual force that sleeps in them. Its influence on the mind and body A sweet melody exerts a powerful influence on the mind and physical nature of every living thing. The mind, which is man's great instrument of confusion and a great difficulty for spiritual aspirants, is controlled by musicians who practice nada yoga. The channels calm down and are filled with peace and happiness. That is why the great mystics transmitted their spiritual teaching in the form of music. The sages (rishis) of old wrote their works as chants or poetry. The yoga scriptures (Vedas, Smritis, Puranas, Srimad Bhagavatam, etc.) have been adapted in the form of musical compositions. Kirtan Bhakti El kirtan is a mole of yoga music that facilitates the yogi the development of cosmic love and the loss of excessive interest in material matters. It is accompanied by musical instruments such as the harmonium, tables, cymbals, flute, etc. The kirtan It is one of the nine modalities of bhakti yoga, the yoga of devotion. It is an exact science and it is the easiest method to reach the realization of the Self. The harmonic vibrations produced by the repetition of the mantras help the devotees to control their mind with ease, producing a benign influence in the mind and in the deepest depths. from the heart. We thank Yoga Sivananda Madrid for sharing each month with you an article on the yoga music. More information on articles related to yoga, you will find on the website of Yoga Sivananda Madrid.

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