Last Friday afternoon film director David Sereda and I spoke on the phone for over an hour.
Sereda is also an author, space scientist, physicist, ecologist and spiritual explorer. I was interviewing him about his new movie ‘The Voice’, which relates real stories about consciousness and enlightenment in vivid color. By joining science with spirituality, ‘The Voice’ continues where ‘What The Bleep’ left off.
One of the stories told in the movie comes directly from David himself. While meditating one day as a young man, he had an incredible experience.
He decided to get up and walk outside. Here’s what he told me on Friday:"I went outside and I walked among the willow trees. I could barely feel my footprints on the grass. I could hear every rock, blade of grass, plant and tree was making a sound.
"They all had their own sounds and there was a blending into this symphony of the most incredible, subtle music. It was like ecstasy was raining on the trees. I was in this extended field of consciousness and I could hear and feel this ecstasy.
"When the birds walked on the grass, it tickled me.
"When the wind blew through the trees, it was like the tree was me. I was feeling it like the wind blowing through my own hair.
"And then I looked up at the sun – and I said ‘Oh My God’. I can HEAR the sun. It’s making this deep low resonant hum and this really high frequency sound combined.
"At that point I really tripped out. I thought ‘What’s happening to me. What is this. It was like I wasn’t even David.
"It wasn’t like I was projecting my joy – like when I climb a mountain I get a rush. This was nothing like that. It was so serene and perfectly still.
"I looked up to the sun and just listened to it."
Later during our talk, David, a well-known space scientist, revealed that NASA had recently recorded the sound of the Sun. And it sounded EXACTLY like David heard it – only somewhat compressed to make it audible to human ears.
The deep low resonant hum Sereda heard that day combined with really high frequencies was primordial.
Primordial sounds are everywhere. Even in outer space. Scientists have been listening to the sounds within our galaxy since the Voyager I and II spacecrafts were launched back in 1977.
So far, what they heard has been stunning – because it sounds exactly like a mixture of high frequency sounds found in nature – here on planet Earth.
What are those sounds, you might be asking.
Earth’s primordial sounds are a sonic mix of birds, dolphins, waves, wind, human voices, and other tones. They are high frequency sounds. When you listen to them, they’ll slow down your brain waves and cause profound relaxation.
Happily I can share my compelling phone call with David Sereda. Go here
and listen in. You’ll hear some of my music as well.
Warm Regards,Tania Gabrielle
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