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The Padma Purana says: "The syllable OM is the leader of all prayers. It is the pranava mantra and is the first word heard by Lord brahma who is the creator. Let it therefore be employed in the beginning of all prayers," and Manu, in his laws ordains: "A Brahmin, at the beginning  and end of a lesson on the Vedas, must always pronounce the syllable OM, for unless OM precede, his learning will slip away from him, and unless it follows, nothing will be long retained."  OM, when considered as one letter, uttered by the help of one articulation, is the symbol of the Supreme Spirit. 'One letter (OM) is the emblem of the Most High, Manu 11,83.' But when considered as  a triliteral word consisting of a, u, m, it implies the three Vedas, the three states of human nature, the three divisions of the universe, and the three deities - Brahma, Vishnu and Siva, agents in the creation, preservation and destruction of this world; or,  properly speaking, the three principal attributes of the Supreme Being personified in those three deities. In this sense it implies, in fact, the universe controlled by the Supreme Spirit. Now we may consider that there is pervading the whole universe a single homogeneous resonance, sound, or tone, which acts, so to speak, as the awakener, or vivifying power, stirring all the  molecules into action. This is what is represented in all languages by the vowel a, which takes precedence of all others. This is the word, the verbum, the Logos of St. John of the Christians, who says: "In the beginning was the Word, and the word was with God, and the word was God." This is creation, for without this resonance or motion among the quiescent particles, there would be no visible  universe. That is to say, upon sound, or as the Aryans called it,  Nada Brahma (divine resonance), depends the evolution of the visible from the invisible.

 
 

 

 

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