Thursday, March 20, 2014

Music: The Language of Creation by Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov



Music - the language of creation and its creatures
 
"Running streams, gushing springs, the falling rain, roaring torrents, the ceaseless motion of oceans and seas, the sound of the wind blowing, of leaves rustling, of insects chirping and birds singing… everything in nature is music. And from the dawn of time, it is this natural music that has awakened and sustained human beings’ feeling for music. It has prompted them to express themselves through an instrument or through song, to evoke the important moments of their life, to express their love, their joys and their sorrows. Through music they also convey their mystical aspirations, they sing in praise of the Creator, and when we listen to this music we feel it awakening in our soul the memory of a heavenly homeland, nostalgia for a lost paradise. The effect is immediate. We remember instantly that we come from heaven and that heaven is where we will return.

 And one day, when higher consciousness has awoken in human beings, when they develop the possibility of subtler perceptions, they will begin to hear the grand symphony sounding through space, since every created being, from the stones to the stars, emits vibrations that spread out as sound waves. And then they will understand the meaning of life."

Source:

Prosveta.com - Thought Of The Day

About:  

The Master Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov (1900-1986) was born in Bulgaria and received French citizenship just before his death. At the age of 17 he became Peter Deunov’s disciple and stayed with him until 1937. It was at this time that Peter Deunov, founder of the White Brotherhood, asked him to leave Bulgaria for France in order to spread the teaching.
 
From 1938 until 1986 he gave some 4,500 talks in French, first of all in France (in Paris and its outskirts, and later at Fréjus in the Var region), and then in Switzerland, Canada, the United States, India, Sweden and Norway. He also visited many other countries.

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