7: Nad Brahama, The Sound Divine

Seed words for 'Naad Brahma' Characters in a dream
Holy hymns of the heart Peace Prayer Meditation of Camphor

(When the scene opens all the Yoginis are sitting around Mahalaxmi, eager to hear her)


Mother Laxmi, what is 'Naad-Brahma'?

Oh! Vama, when our heart is completely at
peace and is completely unified with God's
divine truth, that time, the feeling of divine bliss,
may take the form off mellifluous musical,
'Naad Brahma' or the sound divine .

Then is this form of 'Naad Brahma' the same for

No, 'Naad Brahma' may manifest to each person as
per his past background, time of day or night etc.

But a 'Naad' is without form or shape, then how can it
be experienced and understood?

Yes, it's true that 'Naad Brahma' is personal. But
sometimes as a support to the 'Naad Brahma', some
words may also come along with it, and just as the taste of
any food morsel in a person's mouth can be experienced
only by that person, so is the case of ‘Naad Brahma'. Its
bliss can be experienced only by that particular person, as
per his own beliefs.

What will happen if the gift of 'Naad Brahma' is given to other devotees?

If one gives the words of 'Naad Brahma' to other
faithfuls, then it is possible that in their own time of peace at
heart, and continuous remembrance of God, they too may
find these words useful as seed words of ‘Naad Brahma'.

Song 1 :

NaadBrahma Beej-Shabd
Seed words for 'Naad Brahma' 1
(song divine)

Oh my heart, remember the Lord
For by that you shall get bliss.

Ensconce the holy imprint of Lord's feet
In your kind bosom,
The 'Rang' 2 of 'Shyam' 3
Is in the primordial word 'Ommm' 4 . ||1||

Oh ! my heart , why are you acting as my enemy
And separating me from my Lord,
Don't you know that Sages, Saints, Gurus
Have all said but this. ||2||

Oh my heart, remember the Lord
For by that you shall get bliss

1. Naad-Brahma : The divine sound/vibration emanating from Brahma ,
the Guru and God that attunes one tospirituality
1 Rang: here it connotes 'divine colourful vibration'
2 Shyam : Lord Krishna
3. Om : the mystical and sacred syllable in the
Indian religions

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