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According to the Tantric concept, Sound is the first manifestation of the Lord Parama Shiva; in its primary stage it is a pschic wave. Its very existence entails the presence of spandan or movement (‘vibration’) without which there cannot be sound; spandan is the quality of Saguna brahman and the world is the thought-projection of Saguna Shiva.

Vedanta deals with Parama Brahman (‘the Ultimate Reality’) which is transcendent and devoid of names and forms. One has to become well established in Shabda Brahman before realizing Parama Brahman. Vedas are not the product of conventional language but the emanation of reality in form of Shabda (sound, word) which is the sole cause of creation and is eternal. Purva Mimamsa, an esoteric discipline, from the point of view of spiritual growth aims at attaining the heavenly happiness by realizing Shabda Brahman (cosmic sound) by conducting yajnas that help control the senses and the mind; when the mind and the senses are subdued the inner subtle sound is realized as Shabda Brahman.

The prana, body and mind along with the entire universe, are all expressions of Mantra chaitanya. At the ultimate level of Shabda Brahman words become wordless, forms become formless and all multiplicity unified in Consciousness residing in that transcendent glory extends beyond mind and speech.


Sound or vibration is the most powerful force in the universe.

The human body is a living entity of vibrations. A healthy organ will vibrate at a certain frequency while the frequency of a sick organ is disturbed. Our methods of Universal Sound Therapy recreate the original harmonic frequency and stimulate the body to rediscover its own by making it tune to the frequency of the Universal Sound so that when it is synchronised it will vibrate on its own.

Therapeutic sound affects our bodies on a cellular and sub-cellular level. There is not an organ system in our body that is not affected by sound, music, and vibration.

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