“Anhad Naad” is a concept in Indian spiritual philosophy that refers to the primordial sound or the eternal sound that is believed to exist in the universe. According to this philosophy, this sound is believed to be the source of all creation and is often associated with the divine or ultimate reality.
The term “Anhad” means “unstruck” or “unbeaten” and “Naad” means “sound” or “vibration”. Together, they refer to a sound that is not produced by any physical striking of an object but is rather self-existing and eternal.
In various spiritual traditions such as Kundalini Yoga, Anhad Naad is believed to be the sound of the universe, constantly vibrating within us and around us. Through meditation and spiritual practices, one can connect with this sound and experience a deeper sense of unity and harmony with the universe.
According to Indian spiritual philosophy, Anhad Naad is not something that can be heard with the physical ears, as it is a subtle and inner sound. It is said to be the sound that arises from the deepest level of consciousness.
In meditation and spiritual practices, one can access and become aware of this inner sound by focusing the mind and turning the attention inward. It is believed that with practice and discipline, one can develop a heightened sensitivity to this sound and experience a deep sense of peace and connection with the divine.
However, it’s important to note that the experience of Anhad Naad is subjective and can vary from person to person. Some may experience it as a gentle hum or a ringing sound, while others may experience it as a rushing river or a roaring thunder. The experience of Anhad Naad is said to be a deeply personal and spiritual experience.