“We all connect on a deep level that’s beyond personality, beyond nationality, beyond language”
DEVA PREMAL & MITEN with MANOSE
“MANTRA – Sounds into Silence is a film about the growing phenomenon of Mantra music and *Kirtan. Many of us who know this practice will have made the experience of its deeply healing and soothing effects. As the popularity of this ancient Indian tradition rises in the west, more and more people are discovering the joys and the feelings of inner peace that this music movement is bringing to them. Now we want to explore this new musical phenomenon further by making this film and sharing what we find with you and also with people who are not familiar with mantras and chanting. Through revealing interviews with the artists, who have sparked off this new musical movement, we will find out what inspired them on their paths and how this influenced their music which is reaching out to so many people. Then we will learn about the music’s transformative effects through those people whose lives have been transformed by the practice.”
Anger came rolling in with a too little sleep and too much on my plate, even though I
have been meditating one hour in the morning and one hour in the evening.
Perhaps there is no excuse for anger, but it comes with a brain injury like
mine, especially when I don’t nap in the afternoons. It is funny that now when
I do nap I fall directly into no dreams sleep and wake up naturally half-hour
later. Ironically, the same day this happened, I got an interesting email with
a article from Anadi on negativity, titled Purification and Transparent Imperfection. With some hope he says, “If the emotion is not too deeply embedded,
there is a good chance of it being dissolved.” But we know when we share our
anger, there are many repercussions to follow with those we love. I will go next month to serve a 20-day Vipassana, to work up close and personal on my triggers and learn to stop it in its track with greater awareness or at least diffuse it. I married the right person to not allow anger to be a part of our relationship.