The Spiritual Power of Sound: The Awakening of Consciousness and the Laws of Nature by Samael Aun WeorThe Spiritual Power of Sound: The Awakening of Consciousness and the Laws of Nature by Samael Aun Weor

The Spiritual Power of Sound: The Awakening of Consciousness and the Laws of Nature

bySamael Aun Weor

Paperback | October 1, 2011

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Wherever there is motion, there is sound. At every level of the universe, creation is movement, sound, a vibration of energy. That is why all the ancient scriptures exclaim that creation begins with a sound, symbolized by the Word of God that says, "Let there be Light." Spiritual light-insight, understanding, and personal experience of the Divine-is also created by means of sound, by the motion of energy within us. Spiritual elevation depends upon laws of nature that humanity ignores. Learn how the forces of creation flow in all of nature, especially within us. By conscious use of the energy that pulses within us, we can open our spiritual eyes and ears to the creative power of sound. This leads us to personal experience of the truth: genuine spiritual experience.
Title:The Spiritual Power of Sound: The Awakening of Consciousness and the Laws of NatureFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 7 × 4 × 1 inPublished:October 1, 2011Publisher:Glorian PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1934206822

ISBN - 13:9781934206829

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Many people believe in God, and many people are atheistic; they do not believe in God. There are also many individuals who neither believe nor do not believe, and try to behave well in life just in case there is God. We state that a belief in God does not indicate experience of the Truth, that which is called God. We state that to deny God does not indicate experience of That which is the Truth, that which is called God. We state that doubt of the existence of God does not indicate experience of the Truth. We need to experience That, which can transform us radically-That, which many call God, Allah, Tao, Zen, Brahman, INRI, etc. The mind of believers is bottled in beliefs. To believe is not experience of that which is the Truth, God, Allah or whatever you want to call it. The mind of the atheist is bottled within incredulity, and is not the experience of the Truth, God, Brahman, etc. The mind of the one who doubts the existence of God is bottled in skepticism, and this is not the Truth. That which Is, that which is the Truth-God, Allah, or whatever we want to call That which does not have a name-is totally different from any belief, negation, or skepticism. While the mind remains bottled within anyone of these three factors of ignorance, it cannot experience That which the Chinese call the Tao, That which is Divine, That which is the Truth, God, Allah, Brahma, etc. Whosoever has experienced That which some call God, That which cannot be defined-because if it is defined it is disfigured-it is clear that he undergoes a radical, total, and definitive transformation. When Pilate asked Jesus, "What is the truth?” Jesus kept silence. When the same question was asked to Buddha, he turned his back and walked away. The truth is incommunicable, as incommunicable is the sublime ecstasy that we feel when we contemplate a beautiful sunset. The truth is a matter of mystical experience, thus only by means of ecstasy can we experience it. Everybody can give themselves the luxury of having an opinion about truth, but truth has nothing to do with opinions. Truth has nothing to do with thought; the truth is something that we can only experience while in the absence of "I.”