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Sacred Sound Music in Religious Thought and Practice (Journal of the American Academy of Religion Studies) by Joyce L. Irwin

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Published by An American Academy of Religion Book .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sacred & religious music,
  • Religious - General,
  • Music,
  • Medical,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • Religious aspects,
  • Christian Rituals & Practice - General,
  • Reference,
  • Music / Religious / General,
  • Music-Religious - General,
  • Religion / Ritual & Practices,
  • Religion-Reference,
  • Ethics,
  • Christianity - Ritual & Practice

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8219581M
ISBN 100891306552
ISBN 109780891306559

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Advaita-Vedanta Agamas alphabet Bhartrhari Bindu blja Brahman Cakra century a.d. chanting chapter commentary concept consciousness cosmic Dasgupta deity divine doctrine energy eternal Frits Staal goddess Gorakhnath grammar Grammarian guru Hatha-Yoga hermeneutics Hindu Hindu tradition Hinduism human Ibid important Indian Philosophy Indra Jan. No surrender to the sacred sound Light shatters the skeleton circus And the carnival's deadly host No memory, nothing remembered From the pages . Sacred Sound Yoga is a cozy and unique musical yoga studio and intimate healing space which blends the ancient yet timeless teachings of yoga with the infinite healing power of sound. Owner Rosie Rain, aka Ramdeep Kaur, Ram is an experienced yoga teacher, musician/sound healer, Reiki Master Teacher.   Contributors are respected scholars in religious studies and musicology and provide insight from both disciplines. The first book of its kind, Sacred Sound is a milestone in the growing cross-disciplinary study of religion and music.2/5(1).

  This valuable book is divided in two parts. The first is The Secret Power of The Word, in which the author discusses the science of sacred sound with reference to its principle of resonance (sympathetic vibration), the principles of rhythm, melody and harmony, plus qualities like pitch and timbre.5/5(5).   His book Sonic Theology: Hinduism and Sacred Sound () won wide acclaim from scholars for its presentation of the theoretical dimensions of sacred sound and music in Hinduism. He also has published numerous articles on various aspects of Indian religion and music, as well as releasing a CD, Sacred Raga (), which demonstrates his Brand: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Bringing wellbeing to the body, mind and spirit through sound and vibration. SACRED SOUND GURU. HOME. SOUND HEALING / REFLEXOLOGY. FAQ. TESTIMONIALS. ABOUT US. WHY GONGS? CONTACT. EVENTS. Book Online. More. Sonic therapy to heal, restore & empower. Log In. Our mission is simple: Bringing wellbeing to the body, mind and spirit through sound . Much sacred sound puts us in resonance with frequencies that are within the alpha or theta brain wave range, 7 to 12 Hz, and 4 to 7 Hz, respectively. Many of the environmental sounds seem to resonate to this spectrum of sound and particularly to a frequency called the Schumann resonance, Hz, which may be the resonant frequency of the planet.