Yogi Bhajan taught that with every wink of an eye, there are a thousand thoughts. Only one of those thoughts becomes articulated into language, and those words become action. Underneath all of those thoughts is a baseline energy, an unstruck sound, a silence named Anahat. In this silence, we do not have to do or think anything; we can just be. It is a pure state of meditation where we open the doors to merge with God, to be God. We enter a flow that is beyond thoughts, ideas, and actions; the flow just is, and we can just be.
What is the vibratory frequency of that inner space? You can find out. And from that discovery, you can create such a beautiful melody that the Universe will bend its ear to listen. But you must work on the instrument, the you. If you play a violin made by the Stradivarius family, the most beautiful sound will come out. If you take a rinky-dink Suzuki-student violin and play it, you can only make it sound so good. That Stradivarius has been worked on. The wood is the highest quality possible. The body comes forth. Its Anahat, the unstruck sound, is ready to directly touch the heart.
That is exactly what spiritual practice is. You become a kind of Stradivarius violin so that when the Creator plays you, you make incredible music. The sound that comes out will be divine. Why? Your baseline, inner-core vibration has been given space to exist, and your body and mind are finely tuned to carry that vibration out into the Cosmos.”
Excerpt From: Snatam Kaur – “Original Light – The Morning Practice of Kundalini Yoga.”
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