Are you a lover of music? If so, you have chosen an excellent healing technique for your body, mind, and spirit.

Music has long been used in healing rituals around the world. Plato suggested using music to treat anxiety, while Aristotle categorized music as a therapeutic tool, particularly to treat those with volatile emotions. And in ancient Greece, Apollo ruled both music and healing.

TaPa states: “In the life physical operates the electric which has its source in the spiritual”.

Music is energy and each note corresponds to each chakra of the body. These seven portals operate like electric wheels throughout the auric system of each individual.

TaPa gives us a description of each chakra and the corresponding musical note that affects its rhythm. He also links these portals to biblical scripture.

The Root Chakra is the first portal and hits the level C. Flowing through the central activity of the first chakra is the opening of the lotus and the beginning of the raising of the serpent through the centers of the body. The sexuality is the primary aspect of this chakra. It equates to the Adamic expression in the garden awareness and carries us the alignment toward oneness being Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

The Second Chakra in the area of the spleen hits the note of D. It operates as a cleansing element and continues the flow of the Kundalini along the line of the spinal column. The pure energy begins its process of transformation and the lotus opens again. It follows with scriptural significance from Jacob to Mosaic law.

The Third Chakra is in the area of the solar plexus and hits the note of E. The pangs of guilt are felt here, and it is a magnifier of the energies that have been raised from the lower centers. As we turn many ways there is a progressed path that, when followed, becomes our survival in a desert of aridity. It brings an opening that is shared at the Heart level.

The Fourth Chakra is the Heart and hits the note of F. The center of unconditional affection and unconditional love. It is the bridge connecting the lower and higher energies of our being and is the place where resides our true Spirit of Infinite Love. In its character is that heartbeat of life that gives life to all the other organs and aligns us with the Universal flow.

The Fifth Chakra is the Throat and hits the note of G. It is here that the will becomes inspired with the energy and the electricity of the spoken word. The center for communication, self-expression and creativity. The tone property expressed through the voice. The energy on this level is no longer being highlighted by the lower chakras but is operating its Divine authority on higher levels.

The Sixth Chakra is the Third Eye and hits the note of A. It is Breathe of vision! It is the seat of intuition and it open to give us direct spiritual vision. The opening of the third-eye corresponds with spiritual awakening. It is the ancient order period of Judges and Kings.

The Crown Chakra hits the level of B. By tone and note, it draws up all of the energies developed in the lower chakras to complete the cycle in the electric body. The serpent if raised and we have Mastered the lower vibrational aspects of our being. We reside in the full awareness that we are spiritual beings working as instruments in the hands of the divine.

Edited Tapa Session, “Chakras and their Music Notes” May 14, 2005

Gloria Ventura

Gloria is the Marketing Director for Alexandria in Atlanta. She is also a longtime Alexandrian member of the Alexandrian Institute and a member of the Stewards of Alexandria.



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Portrait of TaPa

This painting is a portrait of Timothy Smith, Young trance-medium, with Spirit entity, TaPa, as the large transparent figure beside him. Instructions for the painting were given by him to the artist, Patti Hansen, through the voice-channel of the medium in trance. Timothy and Patti were told they had both been his children in the Egyptian incarnation.

The Library of Alexandria was Ptolemy’s pride. This, the learning center of the ancient world, is shown under construction in the background with a standing symbolic witness figure.

It took approximately one year to receive directions and to complete the picture. TaPa’s face was painted in a unique three-day period (during the full moon because additional psychic energy was available). The features of the model appeared to change and the artist painted steadily the impressions she was receiving, also seen by other observers in the room.

The crown on the floor is the Egyptian war bonnet, never worn by Ptolemy II, who did not lead his men to war. He holds the flail and crook, symbols of a Pharaoh. At the bottom left of the painting is the Greek letter, Alpha, on the bottom right, Omega.

Many have said that healing vibrations are felt when sitting near this unusual picture.

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TaPa’s teaching and speaking technique includes many ideas overlaid in long, run-on sentences that on the surface may seem confusing, but this is only one of his methods of training the mind to alternative considerations leading to a deeper spiritual understanding – getting away from traditional linear thought and chop logic perception, not to mention the usual practice of dictatorial instruction.  He wants us to arrive at our own perception by our own mental and spiritual processes that are truly ours.