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The difference between Om and Aum

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OM is —– The spirit of God, the sound, vibration of this universe that is the absolute truth.

 

What is Aum then?

AUM is a representation of the three Gods in three planes.

 

The representation of the three Gods:

A — Stands for Shiva — the past, the birth, rebirth and reincarnation.

U — Stands for Vishnu — the present, the time/space of our universe

M — Stands for Brahma — the future, the manifestation/creation of our universe Om.

 

The three planes of existence:

Bhur Bhuva Svah

Bhur — Earth —- Lord Shiva

Bhuva — In the sky — Lord Vishnu

Svah — In space — Bharm

 

Therefore, AUM represents the past, present and future.  If you say — the names of Shiva, Vishnu and Bhrama, they do sound true to their representation — past, present and future.

On Namaste

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On Namaste

What does Namaste Mean?

a. Please come again —–

b. I see the god in me in you

c. I think you are god

d. I respect you —– you are like God.

e. My salutations and oblations to you —

It is Salutations — Respects — oblations – obliged. It is how we think of our values of mother land India.

A sense of admiration. And greater thanks!

The inner meaning really implies I am grateful to you as I would be to God.

 

It is not to say you and I are GOD. It is the highest form of respect and regard Hindu’s have traditionally held for another human being.

It also shows Sanskar and one’s place in society.

In essence, we bring our hands together to show respect, admiration and thanks.