Nadas / Nada Yoga

Nadas / Nada Yoga
(Sound, Vibration, Silent, Soundless)

There are various forms of sound. Sound, in fact, is merely a vibration, as is sight. We call “sound” that which can be apperceived by the human ears, or more accurately, by any ears.

Nadas is a form of sound that is heard within, without the aid of ears. It is a voice of conscience, the voice of your Overself.

Chakra

Chakra

We should concentrate upon the six Chakras. Along our spine, like wheels threaded along our spinal column, are the six main chakras or centres of psychic consciousness. There are six chakras along the spine, and a seventh in the centre of the cerebrum. The first chakra is at the base of the spine near the excretory organ, the second is at the genitalia level, the third is at the umbilicus, the fourth approximates to the level of the heart, the fifth comes at the level of the throat, and the sixth is at the eyebrow level. Wikipedia | Divine Frequencies

Aura

Aura

Just as a magnet has lines of force about it so has the body lines of force, but these are lines of force in different colours, covering a wider range of colours than human sight could ever see without the aid of clairvoyant abilities. Wikipedia | Divine Frequencies

Om

Om

“Om” is a sacred sound and a spiritual icon in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. It is considered to be the sound of the universe and is often used as a chant or mantra in meditation and yoga practices. In Sanskrit, “Om” is written as “ॐ” and is believed to embody the essence of the divine, representing the unity of the mind, body, and spirit. The vibration created by chanting “Om” is believed to bring inner peace and promote physical and mental well-being. It is considered a powerful tool for achieving spiritual insight and for connecting with the divine. Wikipedia | Divine Frequencies

Vibration

Vibration

Everything is vibration. There is nothing but vibration. If we think that an article is stationary, then it is merely vibrating at one particular rate. If a thing is moving, then it is vibrating at a faster rate. And even if a thing is dead it is still vibrating and actually breaking up as The body decomposes into different vibrations.

We feel a thing, no matter whether it is stationary or moving. We touch it and we feel it because it has a certain vibration which can be received and interpreted by one of our sensory organs attuned to that type of frequency, in other words, we are sensitive in The sense of touch. Another article is vibrating much more rapidly. We cannot feel it with our fingers, but our ears pick up that vibration and we call it sound. It is vibrating in that range of frequencies which a higher-receiving node can receive as a high sound, an intermediate sound, or a low sound.

Beyond that there is a range of frequencies which are much higher, we cannot touch them, we cannot hear them, but even more sensitive sensory nodes termed eyes can receive those frequencies or vibrations and resolve them inside our brain into a definite pattern and so we get a picture of what The thing is. Wikipedia | Divine Frequencies 

T. Lobsang Rampa