Shankha Nada

Shanka - the sacred conch
Updated: Nov 22 Updated: Nov 20
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Ever since we began this year's study of Gurumayi’s Message, I have felt a bit left out, since I could not identify having ever heard the soundless sound in all the years of my sadhana. Then one night, I laid my head down upon my pillow while listening to a CD of Om Namah Shivaya, and I heard a loud sound. I was surprised by this because I could not identify where it came from and because it was such an unusual sound. I fell asleep wondering if this was my introduction to nada, the soundless sound.

This evening, I was thrilled to see the beautiful conch, and even more thrilled to know I could hear it played over and over. After the third repetition, it suddenly struck me that this was that sound I had heard as I was drifting off to sleep.

I understood, yet again, that Gurumayi is always providing us with the means to include ourselves in the study of her teachings.

a Siddha Yogi from California, USA

Beautiful shankha! I have never seen one like it. When I closed my eyes and concentrated on its sound, I felt that the sound was coming from my navel.

a Siddha Yogi from Allahabad, India