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Monday, January 15, 2007
> Alice Coltrane

"Divine music is one of the highest mercies extended to us by God. It is as powerful as prayer itself. The potency of sacred music has in certain instances superceded the curative properties of medicine, mantra, and affirmations. This is due to the heart's principle of love, purity, and innate receptivity. Often, the mind that knows the use of recitation and affirmations, at times has found that little value results when it exhaustedly abandons the constant repetition.

Divine music is a curative virtue; it is a gift from God that brings healing and comfort to the soul. This music can uplift one's spirit up to a higher dimension of being that is filled with peace and joy. Divine music is the sound of true life, wisdom, and bliss. This music transcends geographical boundaries, language barriers, age factors; and whether educated or uneducated, it reaches deep into the heart and soul, sacred and holy, like an Infinite sound of glory entering the Lord's sanctuary."(quote from Swamini Turiyasangitananda)

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:: note :: ... Alice Coltrane (Swamini Turiyasangitananda) entered the space between music/spirituality into divinity ... for years have listened with rapture ... these past months have woken to her harp ... she has left ... may her journey continue with the splendour she gave to all ...

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