Being in your place and hearing the inner sound

There is an inner sound, a vibration that runs through us all. This vibration is talked about by saints and masters of all time. In the Bible John says “The wind listeth where it bloweth and though hearest the sound there of, but can not tell from whence it commeth or whence it bloweth, so it is of all those who are born of the spirit.” This is that same sound that the meditation masters call the AUM or OM vibration. This sound carries us deeper in meditation to the higher regions within ourselves.  This of course, is if we can get our minds off of the concerns of this world. We will hear this sound, which happens to be the same vibration that is God’s light within. Even when we are on the meditation path it can be a challenge to hear the inner sound. It must be awakened. If we follow the instructions from one who is familiar with it we are on our way. Another trick is that it also helps is to be in our place.

I’ll give you an example. One day my daughter Mylan came to me very happy and told me that she finally heard the inner sound. Most people who meditate expect to hear it the for the first time during the meditation process. I asked her what was she doing and where was she at the time. She said she was in the basement at her Grandparents house working on some art and all of a sudden there it was. By the way, Mylan has loved doing art work since a very young age. My first time hearing it was while reading a book by my param guru Dr. Thind. I was so into this book, it was like I became the book and lost myself in it. And all of a sudden there was this inner sound. And it was very loudly ringing. Quite often this is when it happens when we are doing what we love to do. I take it to be God’s way of telling you “this is where I want you to be. This is who you are. This is how I express through you.” Don’t get me wrong there is much more to it than that, but this is a part of it. And it is also a hint. Meditate, be who you are and do what you love to do.

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