Audition of music

To listen to music is to receive an impulse to be creative oneself on the psychic and spiritual planes.

Music stimulates the creative imagination
Every day after mealtimes I usually make you listen to music, because I would like to teach you how to use it as a means of inner creation, so that you can undertake with it a wonderful spiritual work: projecting ideas of sublime images that will one day come true. Especially when it is mystical, sacred, deep music, which uplifts you, which raises you up.
When listening to music, know how to use it to work, to shape with thought all that you wish. You wish for so many things, but you do nothing to get them! Music gives you all the right conditions, it creates an atmosphere conducive to mental activity: it is like a wind that fills the sail of your boat, and the boat moves away, sails towards a new world, towards the divine world. Music is a powerful aid to realization.
Izvor n°223, chap.VII
In order to fulfil the most beautiful of our wishes
Instead of letting your thoughts wander left and right, every time you listen to music, jump on what you want most for your evolution. If it is health, imagine yourself as a healthy being: whatever you do, whatever you walk, talk, eat… you are radiant with health that is irresistibly transmitted to others. If it is light, if it is intelligence that you lack, if you are constantly goofing around or making mistakes, use music to imagine that you are learning, that you understand, that light and wisdom are penetrating you, and that you are even spreading it and giving it to others. If you want to acquire beauty, strength, willpower or stability, do the same.


Izvor No. 223, chap.VII
Wich composeurs to listen to?
At times I have spoken with young people about the music they like and most of the time I was amazed by their thinking and reasoning. It seems that all the music of the past centuries means nothing to them, except their “idols” as they say. And some have asked me to give them a list of great musicians they should know. Obviously this list is long: Mozart, Haydn, Handel, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Chopin, Liszt, Purcell, Schubert, Schumann, Gabrieli, Monteverdi, Lulli, Gluck, Bach, Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Paganini, Berlioz, Dvorak, Mendelssohn… and one could name so many others!
The important thing is to listen to music that imbues the soul with beauty and harmony.
Izvor n° 223, Afterword of 14.01.1986