“Cosmic vibrations are reverberating ad infinitum in the universe, which the ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras called ‘the music of the orb’. Far beyond the earth a grandiose music is being created incessantly by the forces of gravity, called the ‘interplanetary harmonics’ by the astronomers. This is recognized in the Vedas as the sound – vehicle of the clout of Brahman. It is designated as the Ultimate Reality in aspects of sound and word, and is enshrined in the Upanishads as the syllable OM”
“OM is the mantra that leads towards the opening of the consciousness to the sight and feeling of One-consciousness in all things- in the inner being and the supraphysical worlds and the casual plane.”
The feeling I get when I am connected with the divine — or in other terms, God, is the most peaceful and blissful state of mind that one can achieve. It is is our return to our true self— to the connection of all and our return to what we have underneath all that is covered up by the ego and the pain body.
It is the most peaceful state of mind— and it is pure freedom from all fear created by the ego. It is a return to home and the state of eternal pureness, and it shows me that death is nothing to fear, for it is another return to where one feels at peace.
I look at nature and stare at the beauty. I listen to music and feel one with all.
Then the ego comes in and I recognize it and see it’s fear. “Well, this won’t last, Kiyomi. This is just temporary and you KNOW you’re going to suffer soon enough.”
and I smile at it, for I know it is an illusion of fear made up in my mind trying to protect myself. I recognize this ego and know all is really okay and release my attachments and fear of anything. For everything is always really okay.
This is the connection to the divine— or as others will say, the connection to God.
We are apart of God, we are God, and we are apart of the divine.