OM is Divine, Spiritual Light

Happy Saturday Omyoga blog followers, subscribers, and visitors. I hope this blog post finds you well. The image above exemplifies (conceptually) what I would like to share in this post. The Sacred Syllable (Sound) OM is actual-and-true spiritual light. How so? God, who is everywhere, has three general levels of existential presence. The first is the realm of sound – which is this realm. Yogis and even some scientists affirm and can confirm that this universe (one-verse, one-musical-form) is made out of sound. That is why the Bible says, in the New Testament, in the Book of John, “The Word was with God and the Word was God.” So, mapping this truth back to the image above, we see, generally, clouds, the ocean, and the mountains but it is relatively dark. That is the world of matter for you (based on sound). However, the image also shows a parting of the clouds and the Sunshine breaking through. So, when you chant OM (God’s Holy Name in Sanskrit), you are asking God to manifest in one higher form, and that form is Pure Divine Holy Light. God literally parts the clouds of sound and allows for His Spiritual Light to break through. You can ask Self-Realized Yogis and Spiritual Masters about this truth and they will confirm it. This is not my conjecture. Finally, once you enter into the realm of Pure Spiritual Divine Light through the Sacred OM chant, you will eventually come face to face with The Lord, says the great and legendary Adi Sankara. So, the three realms, thus, are sound, light, and being. Happy Saturday and Happy Chanting. Namaste, Keith

New to OM meditation? Here is the link to my free book about OM yoga.

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