Nada Yoga : Yoga of Sound

with Swami Muktimurti

The practices of Nada Yoga take us into the realm of the subtle flows of energy within both our external and internal environments, using the medium of sound.

If we consider our universe as an expression of infinite levels of vibration within space, then sound can also be regarded as a detectable, perceivable form of that vibration. Our superficial perception of sound may appear to be bound by the limitations of the range of hearing available to our physical bodies, but Nada Yoga aims to extend the boundaries of our perception by refining and ‘tuning’ our awareness of sound and vibration, even into the deeper layers of our individual personalities. The ancient yogis applied these principles in their development of the systems of Swara, and also Mantra, syllables which, when chanted, or sung are considered to have a transformative and harmonising effect on the entire personality, a process of bringing one’s internal and external environments into a state of being in tune, rather than in dischord.

This workshop/seminar will include an emphasis on the practices of Swara, which demonstrate an approach to music and singing from a meditative perspective, and will also touch on the chanting of Mantra, from the ancient Vedic culture of India.

Sun Aug 24, 2014
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM SGT
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