What's meant by hearing voice during meditation?
There are times when certain incomprehensible experiences dawn upon the seeker wherein one becomes an instrument to spread the grace and beauty of divine. This question is to do with such experience during meditation. Sadgurudev Anandmurti Gurumaa demystifies the mystery around the experience which is most commonly perceived as some miracle. Q: Recently during my dhyana I heard a voice, never ever heard before, addressing me with my nick name and asking me to sing a bhajan. I found myself as a little child and the bhajan was quite new to me but I sang. The words used in it are so spiritual that I never heard before. I want to know as if it is merely an illusion or blessing. Gurumaa: Well, I would call it both together. It is an illusion created in your mind and it is a blessing that you could tap into the good side of your mind. Our mind has both evil, negative, animalistic as well as divine, godly, humanly things in it. What is going to come out of your mind is nothing new which you haven't fed it. Deep down our mind has all of these instincts within it, so sometimes in dhyana such good spiritual qualities of a poet, singer or a dancer may arise. One should enjoy that moment, and one shouldn't think that there is some voice that is outside of you which came and did this magic to you.