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Volume 8

The Sound Yarn of Love in the Fabric of Relationships
in Indo-European, Slavic, Celtic-Illyrian, and Ancient Slovene Heritages

Slavic and ancient Slavic wisdom also take roots in the Indo-European mentality of the ancient settlers and the Celtic-Illyrian and Venetic philosophy of life. Everything is intertwined in the folk spiritual culture – millenia of earthly evolution, traces of different settlements and echoes of the revolution of consciousness. The mutual diverse fertilization and diverse signposts are indicated by this very flow through time and space which also bears witness to the Celtic-Illyrian blessings of love and spirit, ancient Vedic thought patterns and piercing knowledge of existence and ways of healing the spirit and body. Indo-European, Celtic-Illyrian and also Venetic druid knowledge is itself a reflection and echo of the common guidelines of ancient life philosophy from the time before Christ, which uses the symbolism of the sacred tree, sacred stones, the first symbolic and sound writing or runas, the symbolism of the circle, multi-layered consciousness and limitless capacity of the mind to indicate the past ways of travelling into the awakened cosmic consciousness of peace and happiness.

Mira Omerzel - Mirit – connector of wisdom from diverse cultures (so called runner) and wisdom keeper of the ancient Slovenian spiritual knowledge – describes her experience of the ancient Vedic transcendental meditation, yogic levitation and the essence of cosmic telephatic abilities called ahankara, which are released through a relaxed mind, unveiling the source wisdom without learning, the Absolute or the divine silence of pure and ever-connected multidimensional consciousness of the purusha the light of sound. She takes us into the silence of the inaudible sound and the quiet thoughts and names of the truth. Through her own practice of ancient Vedic techniques of selfe-tuning, she presents the power of sound and light-sound codes of the so called cosmic resonance. In the search for harmony and health, her life experience first led her to practice yogic techniques, ayurvedic and jyotish (astrological) knowledge and understanding of cosmic rhythms of Earth, in each creature, life pulsation and cycle. The jyotish invisible yarn of cosmic inaudible sonic threads and shabd yoga, as well as the mantra uttering of the inaudible life flow account for extremely subtle scientific discoveries of the laws of being.

Vedic wisdom was preserved in its buddhist version also among the Tibetan masters of sound who connected this ancient teaching in their experience of Himalayan singing bowls, attuning that which is out of tune like a magnificent living sound being, bringing the necessary messages about the moment we currently live. It is also possible to foretell the future or read a unique sound calendar from the water drops sprinkling out of the singing bowls. The Tibetans have created musical instruments by aid of which they could strengthen or orchestrate the inaudible sounds of the physical body and enrich them with priestly throat aliquote singing. The Slovenian word duša (soul) also originates from the Vedic word dosha, guiding us to recognise “soul contracts and purposes”, cosmic rhythms in life, spirit and body, enabling the embrio to breathe in the ocean of completeness of countless sound octaves. The Indo-European tradition of agni or the fire of transformation and the five elements of Creation reminds us of the cosmic beingness in bodies and cells, discovering the techniques of cellular surgery.

Vedic wisdom is perhaps one of the more appreciated even today and, especially in connection with the Celtic-Illyrian spiritual tradition, successfully unveils the Slovenian folk culture as well as our being here and now. The author - wisdom-keeper of the Slavic and Slovenian cultural heritage and interdimensional connector - has described the eternal spiritual truths through the history of Celtic-Illyrian priestly practice, which, similarly to other traditions, harmonised with nature, used the power of sound before our age. She explains the role of pan-pipes. Pan-pipes, a musical instrument of the flowering iron age, have been preserved in Slovenia even after WW2 and tell a millenial tale of how our ancestors used sound. Mirit tackles the priestly formation of sacred places and temples and rituals that used to help people find their balance. The author tries to solve the mysteries of Celtic and Venetic sound language (called ogham), the notions of life and death, the symbolism of Gods and Goddesses and spirits of nature, of totem animals –guides into the realm of the spirit and secret powers. Slovenian folk culture is also reflected in the Venetic roots and life philosophy, which actually stems from the same mental roots as the spiritualities of other great cultures (Vedic, Buddhist, Taoist, Egyptian, Mayan ...), indicating to the contemporaries a way towards attunement and balance in the same way as the past cultures.