In various spiritual traditions, this mystic sound is revered as the ultimate expression of the soul’s essence. The Bhagwad Gita asserts, “The one who meditates on Aum, the unstruck cosmic sound, attains the Supreme Goal.”
Buddhism recognises it as the sound of the true nature of reality while Sufism perceives it as the divine whisper of the beloved.
This unstruck sound can be perceived by anyone willing to tune into its subtle frequency, thereby transitioning into deep meditation by entering a state of profound stillness, wherein this cosmic sound emerges as a gentle hum, a whisper of the divine.
Moreover , the gentle murmur of a flowing stream, the rustling of leaves in the wind, the rhythmic crashing of waves against the shore , can resonate with this sound within.
Sound healing ceremonies and chanting mantras can induce a deep sense of relaxation, allowing this cosmic sound to emerge from the depths of consciousness ultimately, serving as a gateway to the subtle vibrations of the universe.Experiencing this sound fosters a sense of self-awareness, reducing stress, and most profoundly, deepening our spiritual connection to directly experience the divine. As Eckhart Tolle says, “The sound of anahata nada is the sound of silence. It is the sound of the void. It is the sound of the divine.”