Pranava OM – Ever New

Happy Thursday Omyoga Blog followers, visitors, and friends. Today's post is one of clarification regarding the ancient Sanskrit term "Pranava" which is often used to describe the Sacred Syllable (Sound) OM. Pranava, simply, means "ever new". For this reason, OM is called the imperishable, the transcendental, that which does not decay, etc. As you chant … Continue reading Pranava OM – Ever New

Sankara Says

There is a famous saying by the late and great Adi Sankaracharya. It goes like this: "Either existence is all-pervasive or nothingness is all-pervasive. I exist. Therefore, existence is all-pervasive." Because God is Omnipresent (all-pervasive) and the very essence of God is OM, then indeed OM is all-pervasive. Thank you, Adi Sankaracharya. Namaste. /|\