Pure music in pure body (last part)

According to Indian philosophy our span life is measured in number of breaths. Every time we inhale oxygen for giving energy to our body the air is filtered by the nose and the lungs have to work hard in order to purify it from toxins, carbon dioxide and so on. We need to develop and reinforce the capacity of the lungs to free the blood from all toxins. Breathing exercises are very helpful for that.

When regularly practised, Medical Vocal Music, as defined nowadays the Music therapy, does regulate our brething activating a process of ionization from inside our body. A naural process of ionizationA vibratory field is created around us. This is reflected in the aura and a magnetic field is created for us. We start to feel more dynamic, vital and soothed, peaceful all in one. Stress management, depression, asthma, several diseases and attitudes can be cured with this method. Longevity and vitality are assured with this method. It is simply fantastic and easy to follow. Our spirit connects with the all pervading power we are all plugged in and becomes one with the sounds.

There is a detailed book, old and wise book, “Siddhi-Sthana” written by Charak Rishi which explains very well all these understanding and processes.

“In our day to day life we find that all the seven energy centers – complex of organs as I was saying in the past two posts – are not active all the time. Some do not work properly, as there are some hindrances, due to lack of required energy power. Since these energy centers are connected with different organs, any hindrance in their functioning creates physical imbalance in the person. Emotional and mental imbalance is also seen depending upon the state of the energy centers. Music produces different effects such as heating, cooling, soothing. Medical Vocal Music Therapy helps the person to match his individual Sound energy’s frequency with the frequency of the cosmic Sound.

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5 thoughts on “Pure music in pure body (last part)

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog. You have a wonderful site here. I love your posts on music and music therapy. Can you recommend some reading material for me….something that speaks more about the chakras & sound (music)? I don’t have a harmonium (shopping for one though). Right now I use the harp therapeutically.
    Namaste.

  2. Radha,
    Patanjali describes Realization in hisYoga Sutra:

    II.51
    bâhyâbhyantara-viæayâkæepî caturthaï

    “As realization dawns, the distinction between breathing in and out falls away”.

    I am sure that you had experienced this during your deep mediations. 🙂

  3. @ Yogini: i am still searching for “Siddhi Sthana” (the same post does mention it), i am sure is an amazing source. I am mostly reading articles and papers i carried from India from this super Academy: http://www.pksacademy.com/about.htm I like the notes its principal Dr. Apte is writing. He’s duing lots of research in the field. I think i can send you some useful word-documents saved in my laptop thru email for sure. your email is…lets see if u mention it in your blog. So stay tuned and await for some good stuff 🙂

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