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Music The Nectar of Life, Music The Nectar of Life. Pt SHRIRAM SHARMA ACHARYA, Publisher Shantikunj Haridwar. U P India 249411, Translated by Dr Rajani Joshi, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. The WWW reprint is for free distribution, Music The Nectar of Life. The cosmic existence of sound its expression in the rhythmic order of the origin and vivid manifestation of. Nature and its spiritual expansion in consciousness are dealt in the Vedas under the knowledge of Sabda. Brahm Nada Brahm, The volume 19 of Pt Shriram Sharma Acharya Vangmaya series presents an in depth yet perspicuous.
study and analysis of the philosophy and science of Sabda Brahm Nada Brahm This book is. compiled from two Chapters of the English translation of the above volume that focus on the genesis. evolution and applications of music, The book provides truly rare knowledge of the emergence of natural musical notes swaras from the. eternal impulse of Nada and emanation of the sastriya samgita This Indian classical music was. developed and propagated by the rishis of yore They had recognized the linkage of music with the. emotions and intrinsic nature of the living beings and thereby evolved the methods of its enchanting. practices They had also discovered special ragas for the chanting of vedik mantras and the spiritual. sadhanas of music The books tells us how we could endeavor reviving this glorious tradition today. when the liking of people is mostly entrapped in artificial and fast beat music and when commercialization. and perversion of this universal mode of entertainment is at its peak. Different effects of the ragas classical tunes of music and their applications are elucidated in this book. References from the shastric literature as well as from the modern scientific research findings are cited. with relevant examples The applications of music reviewed here range from those in agricultural. production and music therapy to social improvement Reports on some organizations and laboratories. across the world that are contributing to enhance the constructive applications of music in future are also. presented The readers will find substantial information on the types of swaras and ragas and the effects. of different compositions of the classical and the modern systems of music. The negative effects of adulterated music are more pernicious than noise pollution as the domain of their. damaging impact encompasses delicate layers of emotions too along with the body and the mind of the. performers and the listeners The same is true of the insidious nature of the substandard lyrics The book. provides detailed knowledge and guidance on these aspects with evidential support. Refined music is not just a medium of entertainment or a mode of soothing effects on the mind body. ensemble Rather as author adeptly conveys it is a source of spiritual enlightenment The sadhana of. Nada Brahm is a super level spiritual experiment that upon success enables ultimate realization of the. eternal sound of Oamkara and sublimation of the individual consciousness up to the divine realms The. manifestation of Nada Brahm in the swaras of music and its creative expression the sastriya. samgita has been an angelic boon for the human society The book has brought us an opportunity to be. blessed by this nectar of life, Dr Pranav Pandya MD. Music The Nectar of Life, Music A Swara Sadhana of Sabda Brahm 5. Music An Expression of Nada Brahm 9, Experience of Eternal Syllables by Swaras 13. Vedika Hymns and Music 19, Music is the Core of Vivacity 22.
Immense Power of Music 27, Music A Source of Life 31. Self Development and Emotional Transmission by Music 35. Music and Spirituality 42, Music Ecstasy and Compassion 46. The Universal Joy of Music 48, Physiological Effects of Music 53. The Paramount Effects of Nada Brahm 57, Scientific Applications of Music 60. Examples from History and Directions for Future 67. Body Mind and Music 71, Place of Music in Daily Life 77.
Place of Music in Nature 79, New Experiments in Mantra Gana and Music Therapy 84. Social Elevation by Sadhana of Music 89, Superior Applications of Music 96. Some Notable Quotes on Music 100, The Future Sight 107. Footnotes Glossary of terms used from Shastric Literature 109. About the Author 110, Music The Nectar of Life, Music A Swara Sadhana of Sabda Brahm. Advanced research on different components of the atom family has shown that the. orbital motion of the tiny particles in an atom is governed by an energy that is generated. by the subtle vibrations of some kind of latent sound This energy is omnipresent in the. interior of Nature and is the fundamental cause of all movements Eminent scholars of. the subtle science describe it to have generated by the eternal sound of Omkara Omkara. is the self educed expression of the Sabda Brahm It is the eternal Nada the root of all. swaras musical notes, Once oscillated by a swing the pendulum of a clock continues to move automatically.
until the clock is on Similarly the motion of the Nature once triggered by the Nada of. Omkara continues forever The cycle of Nature continues like the circular motion of a. child s toy top Equivalent to the seven colors emitted from the sunrays the seven basic. swaras musical notes of Nature are originated from the Swara Brahm of Oam These. swaras are manifested in the musical notes of the octave as Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni. Remarkably the major sadhanas of yoga are also seven namely the Raja Yoga Hatha. Yoga Prana Yoga Sakti Yoga Jnana Yoga Karma Yoga and Bhakti Yoga The seven Sapta. manifestations of Sabda in the subtle body are counted as the powers indwelling in the. six extrasensory energy centers a cakras and in the seventh the spiritual core of the. individual consciousness Sahastrara Cakra or the Brahmrandhras The Brahm Vidya the. esoteric knowledge of the Brahm is expanded in the form of Sapta Loka Sapta Sarovara. Sapta Sagara Sapta Meru Sapta Deva Sapta Tirtha and is realized by Sapta Sadhanas that. were discovered by the Sapta Rishis Incidentally the materialistic science is also. divided into seven Sapta major branches, The upward and downward flow of Prana in the Ida and Pingala Nadis1 generates the. vibrations of the seven swaras of the Nada of Omkara in the vina of the spinal cord. These are perceived as the seven kinds of subtle sounds produced by the seven. tongues of the serpentine power the Kundalini The yogi who links his consciousness. with these seven swaras of cetan attains the spiritual power that if aroused could. control the activities of Nature, The Swara Sastra therefore has an important place in the Yoga Sastras The yoga sadhana of. perfection over the Surya and Candra Swaras flow of Nada through the solar and the. lunar nerves in the Pingala and Ida Nadis respectively of the prana vayu flowing through. the right and the left nostrils is fundamental among the sadhanas of swara yoga. Every activity in Nature takes place in some kind of cyclic order The sounds made by. animals birds and even tiny insects bear certain rhythm The early morning warbling of. the birds or the crowing of cocks etc clearly demonstrates this fact The voices of. nightingales peacocks partridges sparrow hawks etc are also rhythmic with varied. degrees of melody Among the voices of the animals we can easily find the rhythmic. order in the barking of a dog roaring of a lion or the bleating of a sheep The overnight. Music The Nectar of Life, singing of the beetles is quite familiar to us This rhythm of swaras exists in the voice of. every creature even the plants and trees and the jada elements also produce rhythmic. sounds most of which are beyond the grasp of the audio sensors of our ears The. activities of the jada and cetan components of our bodies also generate different melodies. of the swaras that could be sensed by dedicated sadhanas of the Nada Yoga. A French zoologist Dr Vastive Andre has thoroughly investigated the effects of music. on the land animals aquatic animals and birds The results of his study indicate that. music does affect with a varied degree of impact the brain and the nervous system of. every creature If the melody of the music is coherent with its soothing sensation the. animal or bird demonstrates a sense of pleasure and energetic activities However the. sounds of the frequency range or rhythms beyond its natural liking create adverse. effects on its health It is observed that many types of yeast and bacteria are killed by the. high pitch rhythmic sound of a bugle The research of some German zoologists is. focused on identifying the special kinds of music that are most suitable for a particular. type of animal or bird They hope that the natural tendencies of the animals could be. changed temporarily by the impact of special music This way one would be able to. control the violent animals and expel or eliminate the insects by special effects of music. Some effects of music on humans are well known Its melody offers instant relief from. physical and mental fatigue Eminent poet Homer has stated that The remedy for. mental agony lies either in an open cry and weeping or in the melody of music. Renowned poet Thakur Ravindra Nath Tagore had discovered even higher level effects. of music According to him The origin of music is supernatural and is beyond the. reach of human beings Music can liberate the human consciousness which otherwise. remains bond in the routine chores of the worldly activities of life It takes the singers. and the listeners both into that ascetic state which is regarded by the experts of the. subtle sciences as the foundation of the entire creation existing in the cosmos. The ancient Indian scholars include music among the basic experiences of humane life. They state, Sahitya Samgita Kala Vihinah, Saksat Pasuh Puccha Visana Hinah. Meaning A man without the knowledge of music art and literature is an animal. without a tale, Khagah Bhrgam Patamgamsca Kurgamdyapi Jantavah.
Sarva Eva Pragayante Gitavyapti Digantare, Narada Samhita. Meaning The birds humming bees moths deers and other creatures also sing The. eternal song melody of music is omnipresent, Music The Nectar of Life. Music provides the best way of expressing emotions It is not necessary that the words. of a song also be the linguistic translation of the emotions Even without the. involvement of any vocal expression or language the sounds melody of music can. convey their emotions The flow of music expresses itself even in the absence of an. The modern schools of music in India divide it into two major classes classical music. and light music The structure of a song is defined to consist of swaras musical notes. pada paragraph of prose laya tune and marga direction for speed variation The. songs without swaras are called abhidhana vana used in abhivadan conversation in a. prose The two types of songs are included in the Deya and the Vak parts of music. It is said in the Sastras that thy prayers are most effective if they are sung with music. Visnu Namani Punyani Suswarai Ranvitaniceta, Bhavanti Sama Tulyani Kirtitani Manisibhih. Samgita Parijata, Meaning If one utters thou name or prayer in the rhythm of the musical notes then it. would be effective like the Sama Gana collective chanting of the vaidika mantras. The ancient history of music in the human society shows it to have emerged from the. sentiments of devotion compassion and the feelings of pure love and affection for God. Its divine origin had made it a precious branch of art in the ancient times Since the times. of the rishis of the vaidika era music has been the medium of divine sadhanas of the. saints in India All the saintly poets of the Bhakti Kala had been either writing devotional. songs or singing in the reverence of God This tradition had continued from Maharsi. Narad to the saintly poets like Surdas Tulasidas Meerabai Raidas and Kabir. The image of Goddess Saraswati the deity of knowledge and talents is depicted as. having a book in one hand and a vina in the other It explains that there are two branches. of knowledge the Sabda Sastra knowledge expressed in words and the Swara Sastra. ancient knowledge pertaining to music It is via these two streams of knowledge that. our thoughts and sentiments are illuminated Acharya Ananta Vardhana has described. in detail the implications of different representations of thy powers in the idols The. damaru shown in a hand of God Shiva and the flute of God Krishna also highlight the. divine level of music, Today it might have become only a medium of entertainment for many because of their.
ignorance but the fact remains that music is a faculty of divine serenity and power The. vedas are said to have been realized as the expressions of Sabda Brahm through a medium. of swaras All the veda mantras were therefore recited by the Rishis as chandas hymns. The Sama Veda describes all possible compositions of swaras for the chanting Sama. Gana of these mantras Earlier each type of sama gana had thousands of compositions of. swaras associated with it The knowledge of these was contained in different branches of. Music The Nectar of Life, the sama veda Today only some of these compositions are known to a handful of. experts The sama gana of the veda mantras was an integral part of all sadhanas in the. ancient era The science of mantras implies that it is not the linguistic meaning rather the. The Swara Sastra therefore has an important place in the Yoga Sastras The yoga sadhana of perfection over the Surya and Candra Swaras flow of Nada through the solar and the lunar nerves in the Pingala and Ida Nadis respectively of the prana vayu flowing through the right and the left nostrils is fundamental among the sadhanas of swara yoga Every activity in Nature takes place in some kind

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