“OM SHRI PARMĀTMANÉ NAMAḤ”
The syllable ‘OM’ (pronounced as ‘AUM’) refers to Brahman which is satya (truth), chaitanya (ever-conscious), ānanda (bliss) & vyāpaka (all pervasive). The syllable has three limbs viz. ‘A’, ‘U’ & ‘M’ symbolising the three bodies, the three states of the Jīva, & the three reflected egos resulting from identification with the three states.
The Jīva has three bodies viz. gross, subtle & causal, & with these three bodi
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