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2 last Chackras; Listen to BANSURI, the indian instrument


THE CROWN CHACKRA, there is no ego, so separation! amethyst, diamonds for 7 th chakra., violet. THE ONENESS THAT everything is connected.
The pineal gland produces melatonin, connects us to the clouds, to the spiritual level. FOODS associated; not on the 3D, but on another plane; ether, and water,

Listen to Bansuri here:

GO IN THE SUN.QUESTION his Story! You been lied to, and forgetting about creating my own story? What is my sory: read my 11 books! Have more questions , question, and expand your mind, pop open ur 3rd eye!
TOO MUCH of it: before matter, there was spirit, and the unseen, Instrument is BELLS, open the crown chackra, TWO PALMS, and Meditation. Can I get a HELLO?

The CROWN CHACK RA INTEGRATES ALL 6 chackras. Breathing in that good ass prana.
We are here in nature, stay healthy, Peace!

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A 23-inch-long bansuri bamboo flute for concerts
Other names Murali, Bansi, Baashi, Baanhi

Indian Woodwind Instrument
Playing range

2.5 octaves (six-hole), 3 octaves (seven-hole)
Related instruments


List of Indian Flautists:

Krishna with a bansuri is sometimes referred to as Venugopal.
A Bansuri recording (54 sec)
A bansuri is a side blown flute found in many parts of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal, and a musical instrument that is common in the North Indian or Hindustani classical music.[1] It is an aerophone produced from bamboo, and a similar flute is called Venu in the South Indian or Carnatic classical music.[2] The bansuri flute is an ancient musical instrument of the Indian subcontinent. It is called nadi and tunava in the Rigveda and other Vedic texts of Hinduism.[3][4] Its importance and operation is discussed in the Sanskrit text Natya Shastra.[5][6][7]

A bansuri is traditionally made from a single hollow shaft of bamboo with six or eight finger holes, but modern designs come in ivory, fiberglass and various metals. The six hole instrument covers two and a half octaves of music. The bansuri is typically between 30 centimetres (12 in) and 75 centimetres (30 in) in length, and the thickness of a human thumb.[1][8] One end is closed, and few centimeters from the closed end is its blow hole. Longer bansuris feature deeper tones and lower pitches.[1] The traditional design features no mechanical keys, and the musician creates the notes he wants by tapping the various finger holes.[1][9]

The bansuri-like flute is depicted in ancient Buddhist,[10] Hindu[11] and Jain temple paintings and reliefs, as well as is common in the iconography of the Hindu god Krishna.[12][13] it is intimately linked to the love story of Krishna and Radha.[14] The bansuri is revered as Lord Krishna’s divine instrument and is often associated with Krishna’s Rasa lila dance. These legends sometimes use alternate names for this wind instrument, such as the murali.[15][12] However, the instrument is also common among other traditions such as Shaivism.[16] The early medieval Indian texts also refer to it as vamshi, while in medieval Indonesian Hindu and Buddhist arts, as well as temple carvings in Java and Bali dated to be from pre-10th century.

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Don’t follow! go into the wilderness., pierce the veil of the ilussion. MEDITATE. Tune into my every sense. Sensitivity,

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