posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 10:04 AM
In Kundalini Yoga, there is this idea of Sound Current - that the Universe has a resonant vibration and by using sound, we can resonate with the
Universe which unlocks all sorts of wisdom.
A point of Eastern philosophy. The point of Om (Aum) and Ong (Aung). In various Indian theologies, there are two sides to God - the side which is
involved in Creation (the Manifest God) and the side of God that exists outside Creation (the Unmanifest God). Om (as taught in Kundalini Yoga)
resonates with the side of God outside Creation, so when you invoke Om,you are divested of all your physical and emotional ties to resonate with that
aspect of God (most yogas are derived from monastic practices, which took the monk and divested him of earthly attachments, thus Aum is how you lose
your physical goods in the world). Ong, on the other hand, resonates with the aspect of God that manifested Creation, so with both related sound, you
can resonate with God, one just lets you keep your material goods when you do it, and the other strips you of your goods. Its still God, but
depending on which side you resonate with depends on whether you are a poor holy man on the side of the street in loincloth or someone who has a house
and some scratch in the pocket while teaching the same thing. :-)
Point is - reality is shaped by sound in many eastern philosophies. Sound with intent is creation. If you call something you lose (keys, wallet,
phone) quietly aloud, you find it quickly. When you are seeking someone, repeat their name and they appear. If this is cherry-picking examples, I
invite you to try it - just mutter under your breath, as screaming someone's name in a mall is disturbing (and may get you noticed by security).
Unkind words can kill. Malicious speaking can destroy lives. Kind words heal.