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Music moves the immovable
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27 January 2015
The Excellence In Action page of Global Good News is featuring a talk by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on July 23, 1972 at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Following a piano performance by Ron Altbach, Maharishi introduces extraordinary insights into an understanding of how, 'music is the flow of consciousness, the expression of the flow of life. It is the expression of the flow of consciousness of the musician, of the composer. And when that comes parallel with the flow of evolutionary process of the individual, the individual gets in tune with that.'
Please click on the following link to read more about how Music moves the immovable on the Excellence in Action page
Using the analogy of waves in the ocean, Maharishi says, 'The rise of a tone and fall of a tone, both the rise and fall are in the process of progress of music, which ends in fullness. There is that fulfillment when a wave of music has arisen and has fallen. It creates fullness. And there is the contentment of that experience.'
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