Chakras get awakened by regular meditation of notes and fill the body with feelings of joy, happiness, peace and joy. The whole universe is an expansion of sound and sound is contained in every particle of the universe. The sound of the earth is very melodious. Western pop music stimulates the feelings of the chakras below the navel, which increases sex-anger and excitement.
(Dr. Chandra Prakash Sharma / Dr Chandra Prakash Sharma)
The seven notes of music have the ability to influence the seven chakras located in the human body. The seven chakras of the body are the seven centers of energy, which have special significance in the functioning of the body, regulation, healthy living and transmission of divine energy. These centers of the body generally remain in a dormant state. Seven notes play an important role in awakening and activating them because each note is related to a chakra.
‘S’ tone is related to Muladhar Chakra, ‘Re’ to Swadhishthan, ‘G’ to Manipur, ‘M’ to Anahata, ‘P’ to Vishuddhi, ‘Dh’ to command and ‘Ni’ to Sahatrar Chakra. The chakras get awakened by regular meditation of notes and fill the body with energy, divinity and fill with feelings of joy, happiness, peace and joy.
Music consists of tone, rhythm, rhythm. Scientific research has concluded that when music is played with melody, rhythm, sound waves of a particular frequency are generated which affect the chemical electrical structure of the human brain, thereby giving peace, happiness and joy to the brain. The chemical ‘endorphin’ starts being secreted due to which the mood of the person improves. Western pop music incites the feelings of the chakras below the navel which increase sex-anger and excitement. As a result, the personality of a person starts disintegrating while Indian music develops the feelings of the upper navel chakras, which helps in the development of the inner personality of a human being. Indian music is a powerful medium for all-round development of a person along with freedom from physical and mental ailments.
Naad is the hymn of music
The whole universe is an expansion of sound and every particle of the universe contains sound. This statement of astronauts is completely true that the sound of the earth is very melodious. There are three types of Naad – Natural Naad, Humanized Naad and Anhad Naad. Nature resounds everywhere, such as the hum of beetles, the chirping of prawns, the cooing of cuckoos, the turr-turr of frogs, the roar of elephants, the gurgling of rivers, the gurgling of springs, the sea. Naad or music is included in the thunder of thunder, the drizzle of rain, the thunder of clouds, the crackle of lightning, the heartbeat and the vibration of the breath.
Humanized music has emerged from natural music. There are seven notes in music – Sa, Re, Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha, Ni. Together with these, all the ragas and raganis have been made. Among these, Sa (Shaddaj) is the voice of peacock, Ray (Rishabh) is a dog, Ga (Gandharva) is a goat, M (Madhyam) is a croak, P (Pancham) is a cuckoo, Dha (Dhaivat) is a horse, Ni (Nishada) is Elephant’s voice is considered. Animals and birds can sing in one voice while humans can sing in all voices. Anhad Naad is a self generated sound which is heard for us in the state of meditation without being told.
Music and the Seven Chakras
Rishis-munis and yogis listen to it in the meditative state, about which the saints say that “Bina bajye nishidin baje, ghanta, shankh, nagadi re. Hearing the deaf, it is fun to listen, the news of the body is forgotten. Music has special importance in the journey from demon to human and human to superhuman. That’s why we give importance to music in happy occasions, festivals, religious programs. We play bells, gongs, mridang, flute, veena etc. at the time of worship in temples or homes. By adopting all the three streams of music-singing, playing and dancing in our lives, our great men gave a clear message to the human beings that along with awakening the seven chakras through music, the infinite ocean of creation and research activates the right brain and is rich in unlimited talents. Can be made.
Shri Krishna himself used to play the flute and he organized Maharasleela, a great gathering of singing, playing and dancing. Lord Shankar also used to dance by playing Damru. Shri Krishna devotee Meera used to sing and dance by playing Ektare. Shri Hari Vishnu’s conch and Mahishasura Mardini’s bell are musical instruments. Music is not only a practice of tune, rhythm, rhythm, but it is a yogic activity, through which transmission of consciousness and divinity takes place in the body, mind and soul, and Shri Ganesha is the process of becoming a great man in a human being.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : April 21, 2023, 11:35 IST