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Podcasts of Spiritual Awakening Radio Available Online -- Sant Mat Satsang Podcasts

Podcasts of Spiritual Awakening Radio Available Online, Listen Or  Download

Spiritual Awakening Radio: words of light and love for the spiritual journey, exploring the Sant Tradition of India, Inner Light and Sound Meditation, the Path of the Masters.

PODCAST SERIES: "Kabir: One of India's Greatest Poets and Spiritual Masters, Parts One Through Five

PODCAST: Musically Accompanied Mystic Poetry of Dadu, Tulsi Sahib, Radhaswami & Hildegard of Bingen

PODCAST: The musically accompanied mystic poetry and teachings of Sant Tulsi Sahib of Hathras, India

PODCAST: Sant Dariya Sahib of Bihar

PODCAST: The Five Precepts and Ethical Foundation of the Masters

PODCAST: The Reality and Not the Illusion of Having A Guru

PODCAST: Meditation For Beginners -- An Introduction -- Exploring the Light and Sound Within

PODCAST: Ethiopian Sacred Texts: The Books of Enoch

PODCAST: Brian D. Lepard - Hope For A Global Ethic

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Sound Beyond the Silence that Guides You Back to the Source -- On Inner Sound Meditation Practice

Sound Beyond the Silence that Guides You Back to the Source -- On Inner Sound Meditation Practice

"Meditation on Nad or the Sound Principle is the royal road to salvation [jivamukti]." (Hansa Naad Upanishad)
"In all truth it can be said that the fall of the human being took place when he began to forget himself. That is to say: to forget his Supreme Being, the mysterious Source whence he emerged." (The Law of Attention -- Nada Yoga and the Way of Inner Vigilance, Edward Salim Michael)

"The Sound Current [Audible Life Stream] is the indissoluble link between God and man. Just as a fish can ride a mighty wave, so a spirit can ride the Sound Current and reach the Sea of Sound or Naam." (Kirpal Singh)

"Our mind is ever in a state of oscillation. It is covered with the dust of ages upon ages. All the time our mental faculties are flowing outward into the world, and never for a moment have they known any rest. Until the mind is purified and stilled, one cannot listen to the reverberations of the Sound Current." (Kirpal Singh)

"One can see that the body is more like a radio, more like a conscious entity in the universe that picks up things. Being born as a separate entity in the universe, we are a Point of Light, a conscious being in a separate form. We tend to assume we are a fixed, solid, physical person, but we are something greater than that -- not so limited, heavy, and fixed as our cultural conditioning makes it sound, or as we tend to perceive." (Ajahn Sumedho, The Sound of Silence)

"You can experience the Sound of Silence in the mind. You hear it as a kind of high frequency sound, a ringing sound."  -- Ajahn Sumedho

"I am the Voice whose Sound is manifold
and the Word whose appearance is multiple....
I am the hearing which can be attained by everyone." (Thunder: Perfect Mind, a Gnostic Gospel)

"The aspirant should look upon this Nada [Mystic Sound] as a Divine Grace and rare opportunity, always turning to it with the utmost respect, revering it as the treasured means that can make his deliverance possible." (Edward Salim Michael, "The Law of Attention -- Nada Yoga and the Way of Inner Vigilance")

"The holy Sound Current is the astral form of the Master, and as such should be listened to with rapt attention." (Kirpal Singh, Letters to New York City area initiates)

"Let him close the ears with his thumbs. … This is my most beloved Yoga. From practicing this gradually, the Yogi begins to hear mystic Sounds (nadas). The first Sound is like the hum of the honey-intoxicated bee (matta-bhrnga), next that of a flute (venu), then of a harp (vina); after this, by the gradual practice of Yoga, the destroyer of the darkness of the world, he hears the Sounds of ringing bells (ghanta), then Sounds like roar of thunder (megha)." (The Shiva-Samhita)

"You will have more Sounds than one, but you have to stick to that of a big bell, a conch, a shell, thunder, drum-beat, a violin and the flute, which are the higher types of Sounds and leave all the rest." (Kirpal Singh, Spiritual Elixir)

"As regards the Sound of Bina, it somewhat resembles the sound of the instrument which the snake-charmers use to play to catch the snakes. Its tune resembles that of a flute -- the difference is that the sound of the flute is shrill compared with that of the Bina -- just as the sound of a violin is shrill when compared with that of the flute -- and the Sound grows more in volume and thicker and continuous as the soul traverses higher. It is a continuous Sound resembling that of a bagpipe." (Kirpal Singh, Letters to Vermont initiates)

"It is essential for the aspirant to understand this and clearly see the importance and value for his spiritual search of this Nada [Inner Sound], this mystical Sound that can be mysteriously heard inside the ears and head. For this Nada is an inestimable sacred intermediary between that which is higher and divine in him and his ordinary self. It is his prodigious hope, his ever-present and trustworthy friend, his necessary guide and benign support in his various spiritual exercises and meditations. In it lies the possibility for his redemption and the fulfillment of himself."(Edward Salim Michael, The Law of Attention -- Nada Yoga and the Way of Inner Vigilance)

"The deeper one goes in meditation, and the loftier the spiritual states one touches, the more the motion and feeling of time will alter and take on an entirely different aspect. The greater the merger into one's higher state of consciousness, the slower and less perceptible will time become until, in the still more exalted mystical states, it will feel as if it stops altogether." (Edward Salim Michael, "The Law of Attraction -- Nada Yoga and the Way of Inner Vigilance")

"When using this Mystical Sound as the basic support for his meditation, the seeker should also be very alert and attentive as to where the subtler aspects of this Sound are drawing him within himself. He will thus, little by little, gravitate to ever finer states of consciousness and will start to sense an out-of-the-ordinary inner continuity of being that is beyond description and that it is impossible for him to experience in his habitual state. As his meditation deepens, it will bring with it a most subtle, transparent, and luminous consciousness that he will finally become immersed in and one with. He will no longer sense himself in the same way as he did in the past. He will become mysteriously transformed into an unchanging and enigmatic 'Spectator', plunged in the vast silence of an eternal cosmic 'Nowness.'"

"When meditating with this Nada [Inner Mystic Sound], it is essential that the aspirant always seek and follow the particular aspect of it that is most subtle and 'ultra' in pitch as well as in brilliance. Even when the Sound becomes very shrill and loud in moments of deep concentration, he [or she] must not be tempted to be satisfied with it merely because it is sharp and resonant. He should relentlessly attempt to rise further and further into ever more subtle spheres of its mysterious Invisible Kingdom." (Edward Salim Michael, "The Law of Attention -- Nada Yoga and the Way of Inner Vigilance")

"The Sound heard internally is a Current which has originally emanated from the Supreme Being and is the means not only of concentrating the will but also of raising spirit entity to the Source from which it emanated..... The method for taking back the spirit entity to its Supreme Source is first to concentrate at the eye-focus [Third Eye], and next to commence its journey homewards by attending to the internal Sound, or in other words, by riding the Life or Sound Current which has originally emanated from the Supreme Source." (Huzur Maharaj, Radhasoami Mat Prakash)

To learn more, read the online book, "Yoga of Inner Light and Sound": http://www.Scribd.com/doc/96228547/Yoga-of-Inner-Light-and-Sound

Also: "Who Is Listening? An Inquiry into the Shurangama Meditative Practice": http://www.Scribd.com/doc/120014203/Who-Is-Listening

And: "The Unstruck Sound: A Buddhist Perspective": http://www.Scribd.com/doc/120014628/The-Unstruck-Sound-A-Buddhist-Perspective