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Articles on Om, Om Meditation, and Yoga

Articles on Om,
Om Meditation, and Yoga

"I am the syllable Om." (Bhagavad Gita 7:8)
"I will tell you briefly of that Goal which all the Vedas with one voice propound, which all the austerities speak of, and wishing for Which people practice discipline: It is Om." (Katha Upanishad 1.2.15)
"Dismiss other utterances. Om is the bridge to immortality." (Mundaka Upanishad 2.2.5)
"Om is Brahman. Om is all this. He who utters Om with the intention 'I shall attain Brahman' does verily attain Brahman." (Taittiriya Upanishad 1.8.1)
Om is the resonant frequency of the cosmos. In the beginning Om arose from the primal silence of pure consciousness, and from It came forth all that has ever been, is now, or ever shall be. And into It do all things return.
Articles on Om

The Word That Is God–the Book
Chapter One–The Scriptures on the Pranava
Chapter Two–The Scriptures on the Pranava, continued
Chapter Three–The Masters of Wisdom on the Pranava
Chapter Four–The Glories and Powers of Om – This chapter consists of quotations from the Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas, and the teachings of great yogis and Masters regarding the many divine aspects of the Pranava: Om.
Om in the Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, and Yoga Sutras
The Word that is God–article
Om: The Sound of Cosmic Resonance
A profound and inspiring study of Om, the Shabda Brahman (God as Sound)
by Suchakar S. Dikshit, a contemporary spiritual writer and teacher.
Saints on OM
Meditation on OmSwami Sivananda This is an abridgement of a complete book by Sri Swami Sivananda, founder of the Divine Life Society, regarding the nature and meditation of Om as the atma-mantra, the key to Divine realization.
Swami Vivekananda on OM
Shankaracharya on Om
Swami Rama Tirtha on OM
The Sacred Syllable Om Swami Rama Tirtha. A transcript of a lecture given by Swami Rama Tirtha on December 22, 19O2, in the Hermetic Brotherhood Hall in San Francisco. This discourse explains the meaning and effects of Om, the prime mantra of the spiritual tradition of India, and its relevance to the Advaitic (non-dual) philosophy.
Nityananda on Om –The Nitya Sutras of Avadhuta Nityananda contain some of the most profound statements on the Pranava and Its application by the yogi.
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