seed of the universe, cosmic mantra
A symbol of The Supermind ( symbol of His Power in compressing and expanding the Universes) - symbol of The Great Void in Action for everything is born and dissolved in It.
the sacred syllable om with its three constituent letters A, U, M shown separately].
Also said as OM, the god's name has in itself the sounds for all omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence. A, U, M, represent the outer, the inner, and the super conscious stages of consciousness, waking, dream, and the state of extreme sleep.
(Sanskrit) A sound that vibrates the whole spiritual channel, charges all the chakras, and harmonizes mind and body; traditional mantra.
Om The sacred symbol and sound representing the ultimate; the most scared of Hindu words.
the sacred sound and symbol which represents Brahman in its unmanifest and manifest aspects
primal sound or vibration from which the universe emanates. The sacred sound and symbol which represents Brahman
The primordial sound of the universe. In the beginning was the word and the word was god. If you put together the fifty petal sounds of the seven chakras, you would hear aum! When we chant Om prior to practice we are dedicating our practie to the divine and making it a devotional time.
Om; Designation of the Universal Brahman; sacred, primordial sound of the universe.
A sacred symbol, which is most sacred of the Hindu word
First sound of creation
an address to God, name of God.
Like the Latin word ‘Omne', the Sanskrit word ‘Aum' means ‘all' and conveys concepts of ‘Omniscience', ‘Omnipresence' and ‘Omnipotence'.
A sacred sound (also referred to as om) commonly used as a mantra during meditation representative of the absolute or oneness of the universe an approximation of the sound of the universe?s vibration.
The basis of all sounds; universal symbol-word for God. Aum of the Vedas became the sacred word Hum of the Tibetans; Amin of the Moslems; and Amen of the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Jews, and Christians. Amen in Hebrew means sure, faithful. Aum is the all-pervading sound emanating from the Holy Ghost (Invisible Cosmic Vibration; God in His aspect of Creator); the "Word" of the Bible; the voice of creation, testifying to the Divine Presence in every atom. Aum may be heard through practice of Self-Realization Fellowship methods of meditation.
Aum (also Om, Devanagari ) is a mystical or sacred syllable in the Dharmic religions. It is placed at the beginning of most Hindu texts as a sacred exclamation to be uttered at the beginning and end of a reading of the Vedas or previously to any prayer or mantra. The Mandukya Upanishad is entirely devoted to the explanation of the syllable.