Music for Meditation

Sri Chinmoy plays music for meditation

 

Sri Chinmoy: The Life-River – Flute Music for Meditation

Sri Chinmoy: Green of the Forest – Flute Music for Meditation

Sri Chinmoy: Flute Music for Meditation

Sri Chinmoy: Esraj – Music for Meditation

Sri Chinmoy: Cello – Music for Meditation

Sri Chinmoy sings with harmonium – Music for Meditation

 

Sri Chinmoy about music and meditation

Sri Chinmoy plays music for meditation“In the spiritual world, next to meditation is music, the breath of music. Meditation is silence, energising and fulfilling. Silence is the eloquent expression of the inexpressible.”

“If divine music is played during deep meditation, it enhances the meditation. Soulful music will immediately help in elevating the consciousness.”

“Music is the inner or universal language of God. I do not know French or German or Italian, but if music is played, immediately the heart of the music enters into my heart, or my heart enters into the music. At that time, we don’t need outer communication; the inner communion of the heart is enough. My heart is communing with the heart of the music and in our communion we become inseparably one.

Meditation and music cannot be separated. When we cry from the inmost recesses of our heart for Peace, Light and Bliss, that is the best type of meditation. We cannot meditate twenty-four hours a day, but we can meditate, say, for two hours a day. Then we can play music or we can listen to music for a couple of hours a day. Next to meditation is music. But it has to be soulful music, the music that stirs and elevates our aspiring consciousness. When we play soulful music, psychic music, then immediately we are transported to the highest realm of consciousness. When we play music soulfully, we go high, higher, highest.

Each time soulful music is played, we get inspiration and delight. In the twinkling of an eye, music can elevate our consciousness. But if we also pray and meditate, then we are undoubtedly more illumined and fulfilled than a music lover who is not consciously following a spiritual life.”

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