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THE SONG TO SING RIGHT AFTER WAKING UP

In TIMELESS MUSIC by Tara Trinley Wangmo13 Comments

Here is a meditation song to sing right after waking up. Such a song can resonate into every moment, every action, and give strength to make a day better by connecting with love and genuine presence. It comes from Padmasambhava, and the tune is original, the same as Tulku Urgyen sang in Tibetan, but the words are translated into English. Erik and I just recorded it this morning after waking up. Everyone is invited to use the song.

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A TRUE MAN OF THE SARANGI

In TIMELESS MUSIC by Johan VedelLeave a Comment

There are old, soulful musicians. Their music has soul and is alive in a way that has a tinge of magic attached to it. By that token, they have been considered to be at least one step closer to the divine. Such a man was Ustad Sabri Khan.

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MY GURUJI

In TIMELESS MUSIC by Johan Vedel1 Comment

My music teacher often has a light, happy mind. At the same time, he is very serious with his music. He doesn’t sleep very much, only 4 or 5 hours at night. Normally this is something that happens to experienced meditators, but in this case, I believe his music has that same effect.

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MUSIC, MYSTICISM AND HEALING ARE INTERVOVEN

In TIMELESS MUSIC by Johan Vedel

Music, especially the indigenous types, contain a certain element of mysticism, in that music can be used to experience unity with the divine or a higher power. Being a practitioner of Hindustani classical music for many years, I have experienced the healing properties of this music.