Wednesday, January 27, 2021

๐Ÿ•‰Aum is the preeminent Sanskrit mantra and symbol of Indian religions, especially Hinduism.


เคŠँ is the biggest truth of the universe after the Ishwar Himself !
This is proof of Sanatan dharm being eternal... Aum !
๐Ÿ•‰Aum is the preeminent Sanskrit mantra and symbol of Indian religions, especially Hinduism.
๐Ÿ•‰The “AUM” symbol (or OM – the symbol in the center) symbolizes the Universe and the ultimate reality. It is the most important Hindu symbols. At the dawn of creation, from emptiness first emerged a syllable consisting of three letters – A-U-M (often written as OM).
It also refers to the higher power within each one of us. The three sounds in A-U-M are said to represent birth, life, and death. Aum also represents creation, consciousness, and connectedness. ... Aum is significant because it is a cosmic sound — the vibrational frequency of the entire Universe.
The syllable om is composed of the three sounds a-u-m (in Sanskrit, the vowels a and u coalesce to become o), which represent several important triads: the three worlds of earth, atmosphere, and heaven; thought, speech, and action; the three qualities (gunas) of matter (goodness, passion, and darkness);
Aum vibrates at 432 Hz, which is quite low within our hearing range. This means that the sound wave is longer and its frequency of vibration slower than a high-pitch sound at, let's say, 15KHz.
Is the word Om powerful?
In the Hindu tradition, the sound of om is said to contain the entire universe. It is the first sound from the beginning of time, and it also encompasses the present and the future. As such, its importance and power are difficult to overstate. It is also a seed syllable, used as a building block for other mantras.
๐Ÿ•‰The 4 parts of OM :-
Yogis often meditate on the four “measures,” or parts, of om. Though commonly spelled om, the mantra actually consists of three letters, a,u, and m. (In Sanskrit, whenever an initial a is followed by a u, they coalesce into a long o sound.)
๐Ÿ•‰Difference between OM and AUM :-
Meditation experts say that the Sanskrit word 'Aum' has, over a period of time and owing to the ravages of spread and travelling, has become 'Om'. ... This is because of the difference in the way the two words are pronounced. Om is simply pronounced the way it is written. Against this, Aum is pronounced as aa-uu-eemm.
๐Ÿ•‰Why do we chant Om 3 times? Or.. When chanted... Aum should be chanted 3 times...
This is the reason :-
The reason is; it symbolises: เฅ the three worlds of the Soul: the past, the present and the future. เฅ the three Divine energies, or Shakti: creation, preservation and transformation.
Its origins are in Hinduism and Buddhism, and the chant is also used in yoga. Chanting this sound can help to bring peace and calm to the body, mind and soul.
๐Ÿ•‰Does chanting Om cures diseases?
Chanting Om can also help you to improve your immunity system and self-healing power. A good and strong immune system can save you from many diseases. Chanting Om can give you relief from sinus problems. When you chant Om, a vibration sound felt through your vocal cord that clears and opens up the sinuses.
๐Ÿ•‰Why do we chant OM in yoga?
Om, symbolically embodies the divine energy, or Shakti, and its three main characteristics: creation, preservation, and liberation. ... Om is the basic sound of the universe; chanting it symbolically and physically tunes us into that sound and acknowledges our connection to everything in the world and the Universe.
๐Ÿ•‰ Why OM is used in all mantras?
OM is the highest sacred symbol in Hinduism. The word OM is so much powerful that this single word can produce powerful and positive vibrations which allows you to feel the whole universe. ... This mantra is also used in Hinduism, Jainism ,Bhuddhism... By chanting OM you can heal your body...
How many times should you chant Om?
When you feel depressed, chant Om fifty times and you will be filled with new vigor and strength. The chanting of Om is a powerful tonic. When you chant Om, you feel you are the pure, all pervading light and consciousness.

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