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Ohm necklace

£2.95


Ohm Necklace: Interesting and inexpensive Ohm necklace on cord with fastener.

IMPORTANT NOTE: These necklaces only fit small and medium necks, so are not for the larger neck size.

The meaning of the Ohm symbol: Ohm is a holy meditation symbol of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism with a profusion of esoteric and exoteric meanings. In modern usage Om means the Word, the “parnava,” the eternal. Various accounts are given of its origin; one that it is the term of assent used by the gods, and probably an old contracted form of the Sanskirt word “evam” meaning “thus.” The laws of the “Manu” say that the word was formed by Brahma himself, who extracted the letters “a” “u” “m” from the “Vedas,” one from each; and they thus explain its mysterious power and sanctity. “Om” is also the name given by the Hindus to the spiritual sun, as opposed to “Sooruj,” the natural sun. The word is Sanskrit. It is pronounced at the beginning and end of every lesson in the “Veda” and it is also the introductory word of the “Puranas.” It is said in the “Katha-Upanishad”: “Whoever knows this syllable obtains whatever he wishes.” This is because all words are said to be but various forms of the one sound, “om”, according to the “Upanishads.” It represents the divine and the power of God. It is the sound-symbol for the ultimate reality.


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Ohm Necklace: Interesting and inexpensive Ohm necklace on cord with fastener. The meaning of the Ohm symbol: Om, Aum, Ohm is a holy meditation symbol of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism with a profusion of esoteric and exoteric meanings. In modern usage Om means the Word, the “parnava,” the eternal. Various accounts are given of its origin; one that it is the term of assent used by the gods, and probably an old contracted form of the Sanskirt word “evam” meaning “thus.” The laws of the “Manu” say that the word was formed by Brahma himself, who extracted the letters “a” “u” “m” from the “Vedas,” one from each; and they thus explain its mysterious power and sanctity. “Om” is also the name given by the Hindus to the spiritual sun, as opposed to “Sooruj,” the natural sun. The word is Sanskrit. It is pronounced at the beginning and end of every lesson in the “Veda” and it is also the introductory word of the “Puranas.” It is said in the “Katha-Upanishad”: “Whoever knows this syllable obtains whatever he wishes.” This is because all words are said to be but various forms of the one sound, “om”, according to the “Upanishads.” It represents the divine and the power of God. It is the sound-symbol for the ultimate reality.

The word is Sanskrit. It is pronounced at the beginning and end of every lesson in the “Veda” and it is also the introductory word of the “Puranas.” It is said in the “Katha-Upanishad”: “Whoever knows this syllable obtains whatever he wishes.” This is because all words are said to be but various forms of the one sound, “om”, according to the “Upanishads.” It represents the divine and the power of God. It is the sound-symbol for the ultimate reality.

Colours

red, orange, purple

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