Verse from the Veda about the Sound of AH

All of the ancient spiritual texts of the world speak of producing the AH sound, inhaling a breath through the nose with AH to exhale a breath with AH from the mouth. All of the ancient texts, such as the Rigveda, Bible, Upanishads, Quran, Bhagavad Gita, and so on, say it. At least they do when the texts are translated accurately, which they are not, and such is a major problem upon the earth. People fall prey to the false narrative the religions of the earth provide, or the rejection of a Divine Religion.

The ancient texts give many examples of the sound to produce. They say the sound is similar to that of a donkey, an ass, and the recommendation is to produce an imitative sound of an ass to avoid becoming one in this or your next life upon the earth. The sound is similar to the humming of bees, the whine of a mosquito, howling wind, roar of thunder, rushing river, bleating goat, or a little animal called a Kabundi, are a few examples. Take a drink of water on a warm day and AH might just come out. Make love to your partner and AH will likely happen.

A Shruti Box is ideal for chanting Sacred AH in the fourth note of the scale, the key of F, but there are natural and unnatural sounds to chant along with for fun. Today, we have the hum of a refrigerator, whine of a vacuum cleaner, lawn mower, leaf blower, chain saw, snow blower, weed wacker, really, any machine, and the roar of an airplane or a highway. Although, best to be away from the highway because the purpose of chanting AH is cleaning the body, and clean air is ideal.

Here is a verse from the Veda about the Sound of AH.

To be of help to dog an imitative sound of a bleating goat and produce with speed in the fourth note of the scale, know that and if weak the wind of AH controls for to beat like the heart to become strong.

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