What are the Rosicrucian Vowel Sounds? How do they relate to the Psychic Centers? How are they different from other practices like mantras?
We sing out three vowel sounds and sometimes vowel sound combinations during each Convocation, and the Guardian explains what parts of the body each one affects, and how each one should be performed.
Despite having heard the Guardian repeat these sounds and explanations for years, I and other members could use a pocket reference to Rosicrucian Vowel Sounds. In addition, there are vowel sounds that are given in the monographs and not in the ceremony. There are other vowel sounds being put to use in certain Rosicrucian publications and videos. In an effort to put all of these together in one booklet, the Master wants three or four people who can work by email to collect the material we have from various sources and put them in a pocket guide, that we will print and make available to members for cost.
Please reply at the bottom of this post if you are interested in helping with this project. Or email us!
“I frequently hear people say they don’t have time to meditate. I often feel the same way. However, like most meditators I know that meditation gives back so much mental clarity and spaciousness that it actually adds time to the day. We feel less overwhelmed because we are more centered. We become more effective, and more relaxed. …I stop, take a breath; smile, breathe out, and let go. Anybody can do this anywhere, for any amount of time, without believing in anything. …. No one knows what I am doing and no one cares. But the Buddhas know, and I know, and we are in agreement. This is enough.”
Minute Meditation (quoted from Awakening the Buddha Within, by Lama Surya Das, pages 305 and 306)