This citation is a piece of a sonnet. There are two sorts of sound, heard and unheard (aghast and anaahat in Sanskrit). The principal kind is the one that the ears see, the second is what we hear when we totally switch off the feelings of discernment. The unheard sound is an acknowledgment, not insight. What’s more, that is the sound of quiet. In certain settings quietness can be more expressive than words.
It might in general appear to be a logical inconsistency in wording. After everything quietness is characterized as nonappearance of sound. In any case, words have an intrinsic constraint in conveying thoughts. A word is just an image for the truth behind it and the image, by very definition, isn’t the truth. At the point when we characterize something in regrettable terms, it just implies that we can’t depict its substance in words. Quietness is that unheard sound which must be understood.
To see anything with our faculties we really want a foundation of difference
We see stars or different items on the foundation of the sky that is absolute void. Correspondingly we hear something on the foundation of quietness, which is likewise void. Vacancy is outright, it can’t be depicted as far as whatever else besides in bad terms. Void really characterizes all items. A vessel wouldn’t be a vessel without the void. Taking a more recondite view there wouldn’t be any existence without it; we were unable to inhale on the off chance that there were no vacancy in the lungs.
From a genuine perspective void is the foundation for all that exists. At the point when we say that something is unfilled we essentially imply that it contains nothing that we can see. The scope of human discernment is restricted and on the off chance that we can’t see, it doesn’t imply that nothing exists. On account of sound we realize that it is just a type of vibration. (As a matter of fact each sense insight results from some type of vibration.) These vibrations cover all frequencies however we can’t hear anything above or under an exceptionally restricted range. Still the vibrations in all actuality do exist and clinical science has put a portion of these to pragmatic use for diagnostics and treatment. So what we call quietness isn’t actually nonattendance of sound however nonappearance of hear-able insight.
The shortfall of insight can likewise be achieved intentionally through contemplation for instance
When one in a real sense turns down every one of the feelings of discernment. It is accepted that antiquated sages could hear the inward vibrations in this state, which was oneself. Since it is heard in the condition of ecstasy, it is better than some other sound. The sound was that of the word Om that is inseparable from a definitive Reality (or God). This word has three parts for its sound those of the letters A, O, and M. Due to this beginning it is the most holy sound in Vedanta.
At the point when the brain is totally absent any and all thought and there is no sense discernment from outside, one hears the unheard sound (anaahat naiad in Sanskrit) the vibration of the unadulterated Self. This perspective can likewise come to fruition in different circumstances. At the point when an individual is strongly watching a tranquil dawn or dusk on a desolate ocean side, he becomes one with the nature. Despite the fact that there may be different sounds around, they essentially don’t exist for himself and he hears just the quietness inside. In Vedanta and Buddhism the term utilized for this idea is shunyataa. There is no precise identical word for it in English and vacancy or void doesn’t actually convey its genuine importance. Shunyataa is a definitive Reality from which everything in the universe (matter, space, time) develops; the General cognizance likewise contains the vast energy. The term likewise incorporates quietness that we are discussing. This idea of void is as a matter of fact is fundamental to everything.