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  Saturday, 04 March 2023
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I would like to know the exact and correct pronunciation of the mantra Jao Ri and Omnius Jaum Intimo.

With some mantras it is confusing how to approach the mantra. I am referring to the letter J.

In English, we would pronounce J like like John, James, Jordan etc.

But since Master Samael Aun Weor wrote these books in Spanish, it's possible that J is pronounced more like a H. So that would be Hao or Haum for the English speaker.

Any clarification would be much appreciated.

Inverencial Peace.
2 weeks ago
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You will find variation in how people pronounce these mantras. Ultimately, it is like accents: they might sound different, but the meaning is clear. The main thing is the action of the consciousness, not the tongue.

Jao Ri is related to Sanskrit so it has a hard J like jiva.

Omnis Jaum Intimo is related to Latin, which has no J sound. "yah-oo-uu-mm"

The mantra Omnis Jaum Intimo serves to communicate with the Innermost.

This mantra shall be vocalized mentally.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

2 weeks ago
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#28828
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You will find variation in how people pronounce these mantras. Ultimately, it is like accents: they might sound different, but the meaning is clear. The main thing is the action of the consciousness, not the tongue.

Jao Ri is related to Sanskrit so it has a hard J like jiva.

Omnis Jaum Intimo is related to Latin, which has no J sound. "yah-oo-uu-mm"

The mantra Omnis Jaum Intimo serves to communicate with the Innermost.

This mantra shall be vocalized mentally.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

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