Your Song

Last night, I saw the film August Rush and it reminded me of the questions – Do you hear the music? Are you listening?

Our eyes perceive a rainbow of colors, but it’s a very small part of the electromagnetic spectrum, the wide range of frequencies a photon of light may move with. Vibrations in space, or what the ancients called ether or Akasha. By comparison, sounds we hear are vibrations in air.

What if we could hear those electromagnetic vibrations too? That movement in/of space?

We might think we’d be drowned in a cacophony of noise. But instead what we hear is music. A symphony of life. The music of the spheres.

For some, it’s less hearing than feeling. We feel the music, our body vibrates to the tune. We may be driven to move and dance.

What if we could hear even finer vibrations of celestial sounds? The music of the gods. Many old texts talk of a whole world of devas devoted to music, Ghandarva loka.

Perhaps you may taste it, like a river of nectar on the tongue. Or smell it, like a divine fragrance on the wind.

What if we could hear the very intelligence underlying all form, the flow of the Veda, of knowledge?

We would hear the harmony and intelligence in all things, including ourselves.

What song does life sing for you? What song sings in you?
Davidya

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2 Responses to Your Song

  1. Ben says:

    What song does life sing for you? What song sings in you?

    Today,

    Doggie kisses seemingly unending.

    Giving my second bike to a new friend from Tibet.

    Installing a washing machine with my friend Dan.

    Every bite of every meal.

    Hugs galore from a beautiful young waitress and a lovely red headed Susan.

    A movie that made me cry.

    A friend in depression who couldn’t understand why seeking wasn’t working any more.

    The beautiful sunny day and the warmth of it on my skin.

    The knowingness that all this was paradise in each and every moment, and the gratitude that it was all given.

    Can’t imagine what a whole world of devas devoted to music, Ghandarva loka would do? Willing to give it a try though. ;o)

    “We feel the music, our body vibrates to the tune. We may be driven to move and dance.”
    In a feeling sense on my knees in amazement at the wonder of life.

    Thank you Davidya!

  2. Davidya says:

    I was at a friends and he suggested we turn on some music. Sometimes, the music drowns out the song of life. Sometimes, it amplifies and enhances.

    Thanks for sharing, Ben

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