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This Powerful Rudraksha represents the Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh that is encompassed within the mantra Aum. The three syllables of AUM symbolise the three principles of existence symbolised by Brahma, the creative; Vishnu, the sustaining; and Shiva, the destructive:Scroll Down to read more
A = Brahma
U = Vishnu
M = Shiva
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The Mantra Om - Symbol of Primordial Vibration:
The mantra Om (or Aum) has been handed down to us by the Himalayan sages. It is the most important mantra of Yoga. According to tradition, every 'thing' manifest comes from Primordial Vibration, which is symbolised by Om: all material objects, all living beings, including each of us, all spiritual teachings, including Yoga, all languages, including Sanskrit, all scriptures, including the Vedas, everything.
OM is the essence of the entire universe; it is the manifestation of Brahman. OM represents whatever has existed, whatever exists and whatever will exist. OM comprises of three distinct Sanskrit sounds which are A-U-M, the sounds together consists of all other sounds and the essence of the three worlds, three major Hindu Deities (Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva)and the three Vedas (Rig, Yajur and Sama Vedas).
According to Vedas, God first created sound and then the entire universe rose from this sound of OM. Chanting of OM produces a vibration that resonated with the universal vibration and thus chanting OM elevates us and establishes a relationship with our true self. OM is the root of the entire universe and chanting of OM reminds us of our bond with the divine. Chanting of OM gives individuals the ability to move past our physical and mental states of consciousness and connect with the divine.
OM also has major significance in other Dharmic religions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Also other Abrahamic religions such as Christianity and Islam also have relevance to OM. These religions do talk about the fact that in the beginning, God was a 'word'. Words such as amen and amin in Christianity and Islam and Ogham from ancient scripts may have been derived from OM.
This concurs with modern scientific thinking which says that everything - every atom and molecule in every nook and corner of this universe - is formed out of energy vibration. Einstein formulated his famous equation that E = mc2 which indicates that matter (m) is but an expression of Energy (E). Every atom, at-Om, comes out of the Primordial Vibration which is symbolised by Om. Continuously chanting Om creates inner clarity. Om is a key which can open the door to the Infinite.Shree Yantra is the Geometric Form of Om. Each part and each triangle of the Shree Yantra is symbolic The Bija (Seed) mantra associated with the Shree Yantra is Om. That is, the resonant frequency of the Shree Yantra is Om.
The three syllables of AUM symbolise the three principles of existence symbolised by Brahma, the creative; Vishnu, the sustaining; and Shiva, the destructive:
A = Brahma
U = Vishnu
M = Shiva
After chanting Aum there is silence; this symbolises underlying Reality which is the substratum behind, and beyond, creation (Brahma), sustenance (Vishnu) and destruction (Shiva). All of Mantras, worships and meditations consists of OM; in fact OM is a Mantra and prayer in itself. According to Vedas any work that begins with the uttering of OM will surely bear fruits.
Om Symbolises and Encourages:
- the descent of Universality into the human heart.
- the descent of the Infinite into the finite.
- the expression of the Unconditioned into the conditioned.
- the descent of the Formless into form.
Dakshinavarti Shankh (Right Handed Shankh) resonates with Om
Dakshinavarti Shankh (Right Handed Shankh) also known as Lakshmi Shankha and Valampuri Shankh is very rare and auspicious. The Dakshinavarti Shankh is a symbol of Goddess Laxmi and Maa Laxmi is always depicted with the Dakshinavarti Shankh in Her hands. The Dakshinavarti Shankh is kept on Puja altars, cash boxes and offices to attract prosperity, good fortune and wealth.
The Dakshinavarti Shankh has great spiritual significance too. The property of the Dakshinavarti Shankh is that when it is blown it emits a long, loud and sonorous sound of 'OM'.