Thursday, January 6, 2011

Om Yoga Its Theory and Practice by Swami Nirmalananda Giri



“The sages Angiras and Sanatkumara asked the renowned sage Atharvan: ‘Which is the  form of meditation that came to be foremostly employed by seekers after liberation? What  should be the object of meditation by such seekers?’ Atharvan replied: ‘The form of meditation  that came to manifest as the foremost of all, for the regeneration of all seekers, was the First  Word, indicative of Brahman [God, the Absolute Being1]: the Syllable Om. Meditation on Om  should be resorted to by seekers after liberation. This Syllable is the Supreme Brahman.’















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