The Healing Power Of Music

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: How can the music of the spiritual (upper) worlds influence us under modern conditions when people distance themselves from real values and strive to receive material pleasures? How much can it influence listeners, even subconsciously?

Answer: Great higher power is in the music of the spiritual (upper) worlds because a person feels this music when he reaches the higher strata of our world.

He feels nature on its subtle and higher levels, where the signals and forces control that are later lowered and descend to the level of this world, working with the material of the still, vegetative, animate, and human, shaping our thoughts and desires.

He feels forces that descend into our world and carry out particular actions in him (we call it evolution or history) on a higher level. He seems to ascend higher than our world and begins to feel these forces as they descend into our world.

The moment he feels them, they are much stronger than when they descend and are clothed in all kinds of directing signals in all types of material, including us.

So when we simply listen to the melodies of the spiritual worlds, without conveying them to any other images, they act on us in a good, positive, and beneficial manner: purifying, pushing us towards higher desires, and directing us towards better cooperation with other people.

Besides this, they bear a tremendous amount of information. Even though we don’t understand it, it begins to work on us positively and beneficially in that it balances and even heals (in the broadest sense of the word) all physical, moral, and mental defects.

I consider that this music should be listened to as a medicine. It prepares people so that they can gradually perceive it more deeply.
From KabTV’s “Conversations with Michael Laitman” 2/9/14

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