Om ॐ

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The sign of Om ॐ is amazing, it is the symbol of the entire universe, many galaxies are spread like this. Om is a sign of peace.

Brahma means expansion, spread and spread, more than 100 meanings of Omkar sound have been given, it is a symbol of eternal and infinite and the state of nirvana….

Einstein has also said that Brahman is spreading, Lord Mahavira said before Einstein, it is mentioned in Vedas before Mahavira; Mahavir did not read the Vedas and said, he said after he looked down into the deep depths of meditation.

ॐ is called Om or Aum, in that even while speaking, there is more emphasis on O, it is also called Pranava Mantra, this only is right mantra; There is only the beginning of this mantra, not the end….

It is the Anahata sound of the universe. Anahata means no sound produced by any kind of clash or a combination of two things or hands; It is also called Anhad. It continues uninterrupted throughout the universe .. !!

When ascetics and meditators heard in the deep state of meditation that there is a sound that is constantly heard everywhere, both inside and outside the body, the same sound continues continuously and by listening to it, the mind and soul feel peace. So they named that sound Om…

An ordinary person cannot hear that sound, but anyone who keeps chanting Om starts developing positive energy around it, yet to hear that sound it is necessary to be completely silent and in meditation; Whoever starts listening to that sound starts to connect directly with God, the simple way to connect with God is to chant ॐ .. !!

: Sign Of Peace :

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Meditation – Great Ancient India

Yogis and meditators use this mantra to concentrate on meditation. It helps to relax and focus.

: Symbol of Trinity and Trilok:

The word ॐ (Om) composed of three sounds – A, U, M (अ, उ, म) the meaning of these three sounds also comes in the Upanishads; It is also a symbol of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh, and it is a symbol of bhu-loka, bhuva-loka, and heaven loka .. !!

: Shun illness:

Monocular Mantras also have special significance in Tantra Yoga, they are given the form of a mantra by placing reminders in every word of the Devanagari script; For example, kun, khan, gan, hh, etc… Similarly, shri, klein, harin, hoon, phat, etc. are also counted in monolithic mantras….

The chanting of all mantras is possible by the combined effect of the air emanating from the tongue, lips, palate, teeth, throat, and lungs. The sound emanating from all the chakras of the body and the hormones secreting glands. By controlling the secretion of these glands, diseases can be banished away .. !!

: Method of pronunciation:

Wake up early in the morning and chant the Omkar sound, ॐ can be chanted by sitting in Padmasana, Ardhapadmasana, Sukhasana, Vajrasana .. You can pronounce it 5, 7, 10, 21 times according to your time; हैं can speak loudly, speak slowly, ॐ can also chant with garland .. !!

: Its benefits:

This will help the body and mind to concentrate, organize heartbeat and blood circulation, it removes mental illnesses, increases the power to work; Both its chanter and its hearer are benefited. In its pronunciation, purity is taken care of .. !!

: Fluctuation of impulses in the body:

Both the listener and the speaker feel the impulses of joy, sadness, anger, hatred, fear and libido by the sound of beloved or unpleasant words; The sound emanating from unpleasant words causes a heartbeat to be triggered by a feeling of work, anger, fascination, fear, greed, etc. due to which the toxic substances are produced in the blood; In the same way, the sound of the words dear and auspicious, like the nectar on the brain, heart, and blood, pours out the harmful chemical .. !!

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