શાસ્ત્રિય સંગીત ઉપચાર

Osho talks about Music

ક્લીક અને માણો પ્રસાદ મા શ્રી શરદ શાહ

हमारे मित्र और मनोरोग विशेषज्ञ डॉ आशुतोष तिवारी ने भेजा  है…..

आजकल संगीत द्वारा बहुत सी बीमारियों का इलाज किया जाने लगा हैं | चिकित्सा विज्ञान भी यह मानने लगा हैं कि प्रतिदिन 20 मिनट अपनी पसंद का संगीत सुनने से रोज़मर्रा की होने वाली बहुत सी बीमारियो से निजात पायी जा सकती हैं | जिस प्रकार हर रोग का संबंध किसी ना किसी ग्रह विशेष से होता हैं उसी प्रकार संगीत के हर सुर व राग का संबंध किसी ना किसी ग्रह से अवश्य होता हैं | यदि किसी जातक को किसी ग्रह विशेष से संबन्धित रोग हो और उसे उस ग्रह से संबन्धित राग,सुर अथवा गीत सुनाये जायें तो जातक विशेष जल्दी ही स्वस्थ हो जाता हैं | यहाँ इसी विषय को आधार बनाकर ऐसे बहुत से रोगो व उनसे राहत देने वाले रागों के विषय मे जानकारी देने का प्रयास किया गया है | जिन शास्त्रीय रागों का उल्लेख किया किया गया है उन रागो मे कोई भी गीत,संगीत,भजन या वाद्य यंत्र बजा कर लाभ प्राप्त किया जा सकता हैं | यहाँ  उनसे संबन्धित फिल्मी गीतो के उदाहरण देने का प्रयास भी किया गया है |

1)हृदय रोग –इस रोग मे राग दरबारी व राग सारंग से संबन्धित संगीत सुनना लाभदायक है | इनसे संबन्धित फिल्मी गीत निम्न हैं- तोरा मन दर्पण कहलाए (काजल), राधिके तूने बंसरी चुराई (बेटी बेटे ), झनक झनक तोरी बाजे पायलिया ( मेरे हुज़ूर ), बहुत प्यार करते हैं तुमको सनम (साजन), जादूगर सइयां छोड़ मोरी (फाल्गुन), ओ दुनिया के रखवाले (बैजू बावरा ), मोहब्बत की झूठी कहानी पे रोये (मुगले आजम )

2)अनिद्रा –यह रोग हमारे जीवन मे होने वाले सबसे साधारण रोगों में से एक है | इस रोग के होने पर राग भैरवी व राग सोहनी सुनना लाभकारी होता है, जिनके प्रमुख गीत इस प्रकार से हैं 1)रात भर उनकी याद आती रही(गमन), 2)नाचे मन मोरा (कोहिनूर), 3)मीठे बोल बोले बोले पायलिया(सितारा), 4)तू गंगा की मौज मैं यमुना (बैजु बावरा), 5)ऋतु बसंत आई पवन(झनक झनक पायल बाजे), 6)सावरे सावरे(अंनुराधा), 7)चिंगारी कोई भड़के (अमर प्रेम), छम छम बजे रे पायलिया (घूँघट ), झूमती चली हवा (संगीत सम्राट तानसेन ), कुहूु कुहू बोले कोयलिया (सुवर्ण सुंदरी )

3)एसिडिटी –इस रोग के होने पर राग खमाज सुनने से लाभ मिलता है | इस राग के प्रमुख गीत इस प्रकार से हैं 1)ओ रब्बा कोई तो बताए प्यार (संगीत), 2)आयो कहाँ से घनश्याम(बुड्ढा मिल गया), 3)छूकर मेरे मन को (याराना), 4)कैसे बीते दिन कैसे बीती रतिया (ठुमरी-अनुराधा), 5)तकदीर का फसाना गाकर किसे सुनाये ( सेहरा ), रहते थे कभी जिनके दिल मे (ममता ), हमने तुमसे प्यार किया हैं इतना (दूल्हा दुल्हन ), तुम कमसिन हो नादां हो (आई मिलन की बेला)

Music therapy of raga

http://ayurveda-foryou.com/music/raga.html

Raga Disease(s) it helps cure
Ahir Bhairav Indigestion
Rheumatic Arthritis
Hypertension
Asavari to build confidence
Bageshri insomnia
Basant Bahar Gall Stones (Cholecystitis)
Bhairavi Rheumatic Arthritis
Sinusitis
encourages detachment
Bhim palas Anxity, Hypertension
Brindabani Sarang Depression
Chandrakauns Anorexia
Darbari Sedetive
Darbari Kanada Headache
Asthama
Deepak Indigestion
Anorexia
Hyperacidity
Gall Stones(Cholecystitis)
Gujari Todi Cough
Gunakali Rheumatic Arthritis
Constipation
Headache
Piles or Hemorrhoids
Hindol Rheumatic Arthritis , Spondilitis
Backache
Hypertension
Jaunpuri Intestinal Gas
Diarrhoea
Constipation
Jaijawanti Rheumatic Arthritis
Diarrhoea
Headache
Kafi Sleep disorders
Kausi Kanada Hypertension
Common Cold
Kedar Headache
Common Cold
Cough
Asthma
Khamaj Sleep disorders
Madhuvanti Piles or Hemorrhoids
Malkauns Intestinal Gas
Malhar Asthma
Marwa Indigestion
Hyperacidity
Nat Bhairav Indigestion
Rheumatic Arthritis
Colitis
Puriya Colitis
Anaemia
Hypertension
Puriya Dhanashri Anaemia
Ramkali Colitis
Piles or Hemorrhoids
Shree Anorexia
Common Cold
Cough
Asthma
Shudh Sarang Anorexia
Gall Stones (Cholecystitis)
Shyam Kalyan Cough
Asthma
Sohani Headache
Yaman Rheumatic Arthritis

One of the unique characteristics of Indian music is the assignment of definite times of the day and night for performing Raga melodies.
To know more about this CLICK HERE.


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  1. બાળક પર ભજનની અસર…તમે વાંચેલું ફરી એક વાર !
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  2. pragnaju

    Sharad Shah
    To pragna vyas Today
    Find attached an article. You have launched an article on Indian
    Classical music and it’s impact on our health. The article here will
    give a new dimension to look at music. If like, may launch an abstract
    in support of your article for the knowledge of the readers.Osho talks about Music

    Since the move to Buddha Hall, there is space for a larger group of musicians, instruments from around the world, and better electronic equipment. Osho guides the musicians on how he wishes them to play before and after discourse

    I hear your blessed music, but I don’t see your guitar. Beloved Master, what is your instrument?
    Milarepa, neither the music is mine nor the guitar. The music belongs to existence, and the guitar belongs to you. You are the guitar, and this whole vast universe is the music.

    I am at the most just a passage for the music to reach to the guitar. That’s why you don’t see my guitar—because you don’t see yourself. Who are you? On whom am I playing my music? You hear my words and you also hear my silences, and naturally you feel a certain music surrounding me. That music is your response, your love, your trust.

    In a way I am not here. It has been a long time since I left this small house for the eternity. It is the compassion of eternity that this small house still goes on continuing to function. It is also your love, your prayers, your gratitude that helps my body-mind system to function. I don’t have any desire to be fulfilled. All is fulfilled—and when all is fulfilled a music arises. I don’t have any ambition….
    We take the present moment and squeeze the whole juice of it—that’s our religion. Wherever we will be, one thing is certain: we will recognize each other just by the style of squeezing the juice from the present moment.

    Faces may be different, planets may be different, that does not mean anything. We have a key to recognize our people: in their eyes, in their faces, they are always existential.

    Milarepa, you are my instrument. Your guitar is my guitar. Your fingers playing on the instruments are my fingers. Can’t you allow that?…
    Milarepa, you hear my music; that music comes from the beyond. I cannot claim any monopoly, any copyright on it. And you want to see my guitar—just look at your guitar, just look at your hands. In deep love a synchronicity happens. You start doing things which my deepest being wanted to do, but I don’t know music; I cannot even recognize which is a guitar and which is a harmonium and which is a saxophone.

    I have never been a singer, not even a bathroom singer. I have lived in many houses in this country with many friends, and many times people have asked, “At least we were thinking you will be singing in the bathroom, but you don’t sing?”
    I don’t know singing…I am a song. I don’t know singing—you will have to sing in me. You will have to allow yourself to be totally available to me.
    You can dance and it will be my dance.
    You can sing and it will be my song.

    You can play on instruments, but your fingers will be in synchronicity with me, and I am in synchronicity with the whole. So it is just formal to say that you are my songs, that you are my music. I am just a small passage; the beyond comes through me to your eyes. And because it is of the beyond it has a tremendous capacity to transform you.

    I have not said a single word to you on my own; hence I can claim originality in the literal sense of the word. Ordinarily originality means nobody else has said it, only I am saying it; that is using the word wrongly. Originality should mean it is coming from the origins…origins of life, origins of love, origins of existence.
    You shower me with love and I am so ashamed, I can’t look at you sometimes. Inside I know I don’t have anything to give you, and what little there is feels so inadequate. Master, my heart is broken. Please help me.

    Milarepa, your question surprises me, because you give so much love to me. You have given yourself to me—your music, your poetry, your dance. What can be more valuable? You have trusted me—a stranger. What more can there be that you should feel ashamed? You should rejoice, because all that you had, you have given to me, without holding anything back. You have given your heart.

    But perhaps you don’t think that your songs, your music, your dance, your love, your trust, have any JUSTIFY”>But perhaps you don’t think that your songs, your music, your dance, your love, your trust, have any value. They certainly are of the greatest value—although they don’t have any price.

    You are not poor. Just not to have money does not make a man poor; not to have power, not to be a president or a prime minister of a country, does not make a man poor. What makes a man poor is not to have a soul. And your soul is so full of songs, so full of dance, so full of laughter—there is no question of your feeling ashamed. You have given to me the richest gifts that anyone can give. But perhaps you have not thought of it in this way.

    There are some of the richest people in the world who are so poor inside that all their money cannot make any difference. Their money is outside, and their poverty is inside—anything from the outside cannot destroy the inner poverty. The inner poverty is destroyed only by inner JUSTIFY”>There are some of the richest people in the world who are so poor inside that all their money cannot make any difference. Their money is outside, and their poverty is inside—anything from the outside cannot destroy the inner poverty. The inner poverty is destroyed only by inner values: love, compassion, silence, prayer, meditation—these are the things that make a person really rich. He may be just a beggar on the street, it does not matter, but even emperors will find themselves jealous of him.
    You are misunderstanding. Put things right….

    In February begins a series of remarkable concerts by world famous Indian classical musicians, dancers, and poets, who perform out of their love for Osho, and for the meditative atmosphere of the ashram. Musicians include Pundit Hari Prasad Chaurasia, flautist, Ustad Zakir Hussein, tabla-player, Pandit Shivkumar, on santoor

    Music is not something biological; it is not something concerned with your chemistry or physiology. Music is not even of the mind. Music is something…a space between mind and meditation. It is one of the most mysterious phenomena. To conceive of it in intellectual terms is almost impossible for the simple reason that it is beyond mind—but it is not yet meditation.

    Music can become meditation—it has both possibilities—it can come down and become mind. Then you are only a technician, not a musician. You may be playing perfectly on the instruments, without any faults, but still you are only a technician. You know the technique perfectly and entirely, but it is not your heart and it is not your being; it is just your knowledge.

    Music can go higher and further away from mind, and then it starts becoming closer and closer to peace and silence. One is a musician only when he understands the sound of silence, and one who understands the sound of silence is capable of creating sounds which are synonymous with silence. That is the most miraculous thing. Then the musician has come to his full flowering. Beyond this music starts the world of meditation.

    In fact, as far as the East is concerned, the ancientmost sources say one thing definitively about music, and that is that it was born out of meditation. People who went deep into meditation enjoyed the silence of it, loved the peace that seems to be unfathomable. They wanted to convey that you are far more than you think you are, far bigger than you think you are; you are as big as the whole universe—but how to say it? Words are very poor philosophical concepts, almost like beggars.
    The ancient meditators tried to find some way to convey their peace, their silence, their joy, and those were the people who discovered music. Music is a by-product of meditation.

    But you can go both ways: either from meditation you can come to music as an expression, a creative expression of your experience; or you can go from music to meditation, because music brings you closer and closer to meditation as music becomes immense silence, sounds merging into silence, sounds creating deeper silences than you have ever known. Then you are very close to the boundary of your meditation….

    Music is not in the same category as sex, although in the West the modern music has fallen so low that it has come very close to the category of sex. Only that music is appreciated in the West which provokes sexuality in you. Sex is the lowest point of your life energy, and if music is used to provoke sexuality, then naturally it has to fall to the same category.

    Superconsciousness is the highest point of your life energy. When music reaches superconsciousness, it provokes within you unknown territories, unexplored skies. It can become a door to the divine. Just as it can become a door to the animal on the lowest, on the highest it can become the door to the divine.

    Man is only a bridge to be passed. Man is only a bridge between the animal and the divine. You should not make your house on the bridge—bridges are not for making houses on—you have to pass on, from this shore to that further shore. satyam22

    Music is your creativity.
    But we have lost contact with the authentic music. And slowly slowly, as humanity has become less and less interested in the inner world, its music has become lower and lower. The contemporary music is absolutely the lowest that has ever existed. It touches you, but it touches you at your lowest center of sexuality. The contemporary music is sexual, and the classical music was spiritual. I would like my people to create music on the path of meditation—or create music if you have found meditation, as a language to express the silence of it.

    Compared to classical music, jazz music is in the lowest category, because rather than creating a spirituality in you it simply activates your sexuality. The great classical music takes you higher, beyond your mind, to silences which can give you a taste of meditation, a taste of existence.

    But always remember that a certain reference in a certain context does not mean my whole approach to a thing.

    You are saying, “This question comes from two jazz musicians. Is our love of jazz music an obstacle on the path to enlightenment?” It depends on you. You can make your jazz music free from the lower gravitation of sexuality. You can make it connected with your higher centers of being, and then it will not be an obstacle on the path to enlightenment.

    In fact, as far as my people are concerned, they are going to enter enlightenment with jazz music! It has never been tried; hence it is a great challenge and must be tried.
    On 19 March 1988, Osho begins a series on the Mystic Rose. In the following days several events occur, in response to which Osho experiments with devices to bring consciousness and fun to the situation.

    Love is the blossoming of your inner being just like a rose.
    That’s why I have called this gathering and the talks, The Mystic Rose. Mystic, because only stupid people think that life can be understood. The greater is your intelligence, the more you will become aware of your ignorance; the wiser you are the less you know. And the wisest is one who becomes absolutely innocent, and the whole of life, existence in its all dimensions, becomes just a mystery. A mystery to be enjoyed, loved, lived, but not to be understood. The very effort to understand existence is an insult. Love does not want to understand; love simply wants to share.

    The mystic rose is an ancient symbol of tremendous importance….
    Evolution needs to be not of the body but of consciousness; then it becomes a spiritual progress. But Darwin had no idea of any spirit in man. To him, man was just the body and nothing more.

    I propound a theory of spiritual evolution, and that has been the basic of all mysticism in the world.

    Man is born as a seed.

    To accept the seed as your life is the greatest mistake one can commit. Millions of people are born as seeds, fresh, young, with tremendous potential of growth. But because they accept the seed as their very life, they die as a rotten seed; nothing happens in their life.

    The symbol of the mystic rose is that if man takes care of the seed that he is born with, gives it the right soil, gives it the right atmosphere and the right vibrations, moves on a right path where the seed can start growing, then the ultimate growth is symbolized as the mystic rose—when your being blossoms and opens all its petals and releases the beautiful fragrance.

    Unless you blossom into a mystic rose, your life is nothing but an exercise in utter futility. You are born unnecessarily, you are living unnecessarily, and you will die unnecessarily. Your whole biography can be reduced to a single word: unnecessary.

    But if you can blossom and release that which is hidden in you, you have fulfilled the longing of existence. You have given back to existence the fragrance that was hidden in your seed. You have come to fulfill your destiny.
    The mystics have never accepted man as the ultimate product. Man is only a beginning and one should not die as a beginning; that is ugly, insulting, damaging to your dignity. Man should reach to the absolute fulfillment—not only for his own contentment, but for the contentment of the cosmos. That is the secret of the mystic rose.

    Yes, in a few traditions the mystic rose is also called the magic rose. Both words are meaningful. It is certainly magic when you see within yourself the blossoming of the rose, the beauty of it, and the divinity of it, and the truth of it.
    Satyam, shivam, sundram.

    You cannot believe your own eyes. You have never dreamed that you contain so much, that your potential is so valuable, that your interiority is a treasure inexhaustible, that you need not be in debt to existence forever. You can return to existence a millionfold what existence has given to you. That moment is of great joy, not only on your side but on the side of the whole cosmos.
    The experience is such a mystery that there is no way to demystify it. You can experience it but you cannot explain it—that is the meaning of the word `mystic’—you can have it, but you become almost dumb. You cannot utter a single word that may carry something of that rose, its beauty, its fragrance, its dance, its music—nothing can be carried through any word.

    The word `magic’ is also meaningful. Things like this only happen in magic. Unbelievable…you see with your own eyes things which should not be happening but they are happening….

    Magic simply means something unbelievable, so absurd, so irrational that you cannot find a way to figure it out. That’s why both the words have been used, the mystic rose or the magic rose. But even the rope trick is nothing compared to your inner flowering. Because you don’t think you have anything inner, just hollowness…but in that hollowness is the possibility and the potentiality of a rose blossoming.

    And this is no ordinary rose; it does not die. It is not that in the morning it blossoms, dances the whole day, sings songs, plays with the wind and the rain and with the sun, and by the evening all the petals are fallen to the ground and tomorrow you will not find even a trace of it.

    This inner rose is eternal. Once you have found it, it will be always within you.
    The man in Japan who is thought to be the richest man, just because he has twenty-two billion dollars; and the richest man in America, who has four billion dollars—both are just poor in comparison to the person who has reached his own being, who has touched the reality of his eternal existence, whose mystic rose has opened its petals.

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  3. pragnaju

    ભારતીય શાસ્ત્રીય સંગીત
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    BJ Mistry
    May 14
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    On Thursday, May 14, 2015 12:52 PM, Prabhulal H. Bharadia wrote:
    મિત્રો,
    આ ઈમેલ સુરત સ્થિત આપણા જાણીતા હિન્દી ફિલ્મ ઇતિહાસવિદ શ્રી હરીશ ભાઈ રઘુવંશી તરફથી
    મળેલ છે અને તમે પણ એક યા બીજી રીતે ભરતીય શાસ્ત્રીય સંગીત કે હળવા સંગીતથી વાકેફ હશો
    અને ફિલ્મોમાં પણ ઘણા સંગીત દિગ્દર્શકોએ ભારતીય સંગીતના રાગરાગણીઓ નો આધાર લઈને
    ફિલ્મોમાં સંગોત પીરસ્યું છે.
    આ લેખ ભારતીય સંગીતમાં રસ લેતા ઉત્સુક અને સાંભળનારને વાંચવો ગમશે.

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