We have all tried to listen to the universe, and every one of us has heard something different: likely, whatever we were looking for, whatever signified for us that which is most beautiful or enigmatic; that to which, more than anything, our soul was striving. It’s something like our Soviet cartoon hero Big Ear: he scans all of space with his enormous radar ear, but still doesn’t quite receive the right message. He would always pick up stuff like the rhythm of dancing celestial jellyfish, violent sounds from the aluminum-can planet—basically, the kinds of sounds we already have plenty of on our own much-suffering Earth.
Ushnisha Vijaya or Vijaya (Sanscrit - Vijaya, Tibetan – nam rgyal ma, literally means "Victory") – "Victorious" goddess bodhisattva of long life, the embodiment of the enlightened mind of all the buddhas, manifested ushnisha (Sanscrit – uṣṇīṣa: bulge on the top of a head). A young graceful goddess Ushnisha Vijaya is of white color, has three faces and eight hands.
The variety of qualities and aspects of Shiva are represented and reflected in many of his names. For example, in "Shiva Purana" there numbered 108 names, in the ancient epic "Mahabharata" there are a few lists with thousands of names of Shiva.
One of the most powerful mantras, preserved till our times in the ancient scriptures of the mankind. It consists of 24 syllables, taken from a hymn of the Rig Veda (III 62.10), the authorship of which is attributed mostly to Rishi Viswamitra. It is believed that the mantra contains the essence of the Vedas.
Everyone knows that music can affect the mood. Scientists have proved that the music impact on a human being is much more than we could imagine. Science has been established certain regularities of the influence of different kind of music on physical and mental condition of a person.