The Blessing of Chanting

Buddha found the benefit of chanting

Buddha found the benefit of chanting

Chanting is an esoteric musical energy. It had been used by monks, shamans, and singers in remote places on the earth and in music schools.

Chanting is the music of the cosmic spheres. It is the music of our conscious mind. It is a tool used everywhere to heal bodies, to quiet their minds, and to bring the sacred into the inner landscape.

Chant unites us and bring people together in thought, intention, knowledge, and love.

Chant is repetitive song but so much more. It is a way to integrate breath, heartbeat, emotion and purpose. Chant reaches across spiritual paths, lowers heartbeat and vibrates throughout our bodies. It balances brainwaves and bring the spiritual together.

There is spirit in sound, in music and in chanting. Great music resonates throughout our world and if we allow ourselves to become part of us, we benefit when we allow it to enchant our lives. It can reduce stress and connect us to the Divine. It also helps to bring peace to the world.

The ecstasy of chanting

The ecstasy of chanting

Chanting for peace, and health

Chanting for peace, and health

Inspiring the time for Quiet.

A way to understand yourself better.



This post will be Quiet different this time. No food involved, just some inspiring words. I just finished reading an incredible book called Quiet by Susan Cain. For anyone of you trying to battle whether your’e an introvert or an extrovert, this book is for you. I was so inspired by Susan Cain’s work that I had to share this blueprint that she left us with towards the end.

Hope you enjoy this read.

Love is essential: gregariousness is optional. Cherish your nearest and dearest. Work with colleagues you respect. Scan new acquaintances for those who might fall into the former categories or whose company you enjoy for its own sake. And don’t worry about socializing with everyone else. Relationships make everyone happier, introverts included, but think quality over quantity. 

The secret to life is to put yourself in the right lighting. For some it’s a Broadway spotlight; for…

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