*OM - Sound of Stillness
OM is said to be the original sound. (Aum or Amen are similar in concept.) More than that it is said to be a pattern of nature.
Using this audio with this particular vibration of OM can create an event inside the nervous system, which can then become an object of concentration and meditation, and thereby a focal point for expanding physical and emotional awareness.
By aiming with intention the practice of mantra into progressively deeper layers of ourselves, we can bring more of ourselves online, as it were, and therefore more onboard the journey of health and fitness towards union and wholeness.
While teaching a meditation class in 1996 one of the participants was having a great deal of pain. I had the entire class chant OM to the area she had pain and she reported that all pain was eliminated. She came back to class the next 4 weeks completely pain-free.
Its purpose is to blend one's individual consciousness with Divine consciousness.
Powerful vibrational energetics emitted by this recording can be used to disintegrate diseased and negative energies in the meditator as well as the environment. It cleanses, energizes, removes stress, elevates Consciousness, and creates an energetically Clean, Peaceful & Spiritual Environment.
This audio is for you if you:
*feel constantly stressed
*your life is chaotic
*there are toxic folks in your space
*you want more mental calm and less chatter
*meditate and want a deeper meditation
*work with energy in any way this will help you have more energy and keep your space energetically cleaned up
*desire general sense of a calming spiritual connection and you can play it on volume 1 and still reap the benefits.
The Mysterious Cleansing and Healing Power of an Ancient Chant
Chants are a rare form of oral storytelling – they’re passed down through repetition, carried on as a tradition through their perceived usefulness, and transferred between cultures as they assimilate or spread.
While we may be familiar with certain chants borne of ancient languages, most of us who use them have long stopped wondering why they came about in the first place, let alone why they’ve lived for so long.
We can try to understand where chants have embedded themselves into human spirits by thinking of them a bit like prayers.
They’re spiritually or religiously aligned. They are personal yet collective. And their purpose is rooted in connection to a higher being or vibration.
And they’re everywhere – from Jewish cantillation and sea shanties to Tibetan Buddhist throat singing and the Islamic practice of Dhikr.
But one chant in particular, sweet in its brevity and accessible in its simplicity, may have physiological healing powers in its right. And it’s incredibly familiar and recognizable all over the world: The mighty “Om.”
“Om,” for some, is synonymous with yoga practice or meditation. But its roots are deeper and broader than our modern uses.
Om is much more than the sum of its parts.
Retelling the Story of Creation
When properly pronounced, Om should be four syllables long (pronounced Aum) and vibrate at a frequency of 432 Hertz, which incidentally is the vibration of all things organic on this Earth. (In contrast, most music we listen to is tuned to 440 Hz.)
Translated into Sanskrit, Om means “source” or “everything and everyone.”
It’s also been described as the sound that is the genesis of all other sounds, opening the door for the creation of all things in the universe.
This loaded little sound, incantation, mantra, symbol – this little noise – birthed untold spiritual connections over the course of about 5,000 years.
This particular OM audio is designed for both cleansing the energies in your world and will help with healing.