The two most used communal instruments in the Asharum are the Asha Meditation and the HarpMood.
What is a HarpMood?
When life is in line with its essence you open up for transcendental Awareness, which guides you to inspiration and spiritual healing.
In order to help people reach this transcendence, Yoginâm found a method, or rather the method found him, in which sound is the vehicle for inspiration, guidance and healing. The sounds that you hear from a harp resonate through you, they bypass the mind and connect with your soul. You just have to adopt an attitude of openness in order to experience its benefits.
HarpMood is not a kind of spiritual background music to quieten the deliberations of mind and create a beneficial atmosphere for meditation. The sounds are the communication in which the resonance is exchanged. Therefore the experience of the tones of the HarpMood is different for everyone, because everyone is unique as a living human being.
Harp Mood really gives you a deep and grateful/intens/joy/beautiful/love(ly) Heart mood.
A grateful guest🙏
What is Asha Meditation?
Asha meditation is helpful for shifting quickly between the state of attention that is required for ordinary living and the state of mindfulness. Asha meditation is particularly useful when the time that you have for meditation is limited.
The effect of rhythm on the brain is well-known and widely documented. In Asha meditation this effect of rhythm is used for bringing the mind into a different resonance. In practice it means that the period reserved for meditation is divided in two parts. During the first part a regular rhythm is maintained, usually with a rattle, as a preparation for the state of silence in meditation proper. Asha meditation has proved to be very effective and particularly helpful for people who lead a busy life.
You will find an explanation of the other meditations and instruments here.