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« Reply #14: October 08, 2007, 10:42:29 am »

Maybe this is a stupid question, but how do you chant something? Do you randomly make up a stepwise, flowing melody, or do you sing mostly in a monotone?

I really think how you do your chants is a preference. I tend to edge more toward the singing end because I am a singer and when I open my mouth thatís what pops out. A good tool for me is to sing softly at the beginning of a meditation because the focus gets my mind into the right place. Itís takes a lot of concentration to not mess up a song you have memorized and it helps with the focus. I also find it to be a much happier and easier manner of raising energy, IMO.

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