The song of the whale is one of the most profound healing sounds of all. When the song is felt inside of you its vibration will resonate like a sonic filter for your consciousness, cleaning, clearing, and making space for expanded awareness. It attunes you to the song of the spheres, that which is divine.
It is also through sound that the whale–ancient being that it is–has become known as the Earth’s record keeper. It is believed that the song of the whales carries our planetary memories and tonal signature.
Mournful, high pitched, and deep, the whale song enters through your heart and spreads throughout your body. Learn how to tune to the whale song with this meditation:
Whale Song Meditation
Imagine yourself on a sunny beach, where you walk across the sand toward the water. It’s a beautiful, calm day, and it appears easy to swim past the surf to where you can see the fountains spouting from the backs of the whales that are playing just off the coast. As soon as you enter the water and start swimming, you can hear their song. Tune to it.
Whale music moves through you like energy, penetrating to your core and entering your bones. There is no separation between you and the sound, for it is the beginning and end of everything. It is the intersection point in time where now, then, and everywhere come together.
There is amazing healing power in this song, providing a way to connect with all consciousness. Notice how you can get folded up in it. Release yourself completely and get lost in the song. Even sight vanishes within this feeling.
Once you start vibrating to this sound, you understand your connection to the entire creation. This knowledge brings with it a great feeling of peace that can enhance your healing of yourself, each other, and the world. Once you vibrate with this song, it never leaves you. You are tuned, and you can always enter the song, for it is the song of the universe.
Gradually your consciousness differentiates the sound of the waves on the water from the song. You are back on the beach, under a night sky filled with stars. The music is still there, and all sense of separation is gone.
If you would like to help protect this magnificent species that carries the earth’s story, find out How and Why to Adopt a Whale! Go to Defenders of Wildlife.