Suara-suara Anahata

Siva Samhita
Bab V

27
matta bhrngavenuvina drsah prathamo dhvanih,
evam abhyasatah pascat samsara dhvanta nasanam.
ghastanadasamah pascat dhvanir megharavopamah,
dhvanau tasmin mano dattva yada tisthati nirbhayah.
tada samjayate tasya layasya mama vallabhe.

The first sound is like the hum of the honey-intoxicated bee, next that of a flute, then a harp; after this, by gradual practice of Yoga, the destroyer of the darkness of the world, he hears the sounds of ringing bells; then sounds like roar of thunder. When one fixes his full attention on this sound, being free from fear, he gets absorption, O my beloved!

Suara yang pertama, seperti dengung lebah madu yang mabuk, selanjutnya seperti suara seruling, kemudian suara harpa; setelah itu dengan pelaksanaan yoga secara berangsur-angsur sebagai penghancur kegelapan dunia, ia mendengar suara deringan lonceng; kemudian suara seperti gelegarnya halilintar. Bila seseorang memusatkan perhatiannya sepenuhnya pada suara ini, menjadi bebas dari takut, ia mendapatkan penyerapan, wahai sayang-Ku.

28
tatra nade yada cittam ramate yogino bhrsam,
vismrtya sakalam nadena saha samyati

When the mind of the Yogi is exceedingly engaged in this sound, he forgets all external things, ad is
absorbed in this sound.

Bila pikiran yogi secara luar biasa ditumpahkan sepenuhnya pada suara ini, ia melupakan segala benda-benda luar dan terserap dalam suara ini.

29
etad abhyasa yogena jitva samyang gunanbahun,
sarvarambha pari tyagi cid akase viliyate.

By practice of Yoga he conquers all the three qualities (i.e., good, bad and indifferent); and being free from all states, he is absorbed in chidakas (the ether of intelligence).

Dengan melaksanakan yoga ini, ia menaklukkan ketiga sifat (yaitu; baik, buruk dan masa bodoh dan terbebas dari segala situasi, ia terserap dalam cidakasa (ether dari kecerdasan).

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