The Sanskrit Mantra AUM(Also Aom, Om, Ohm) A sacred sound (mantra) of great importance in many religions. Aum represents the primordial abstract, absolute space that is beyond attributes or forms, yet is the origin of everything. In the Hindu Vedas, AUM is called the "Sound of the Sun," and the "Sound of Light." In Islam, this is known as Saut-I-Sarmadi, the Unsounded Melody, or Kalma, "word." The Sikhs call it Shabd. The Tibetan Buddhists call it bden tshig.

"Master Jesus also vocalized the great mantra AUM. Esoterically, this mantra is vocalized AOM. The mouth is broadly opened with the A; it is rounded with the O and closed with the M. The A engenders everything, the O gestates everything, and everything is born with the M. The one who wants to be born has to enter into the womb of a woman in order to have the right to be born. Each letter of the mantra AOM has to be prolonged and sustained." - Samael Aun Weor, The Major Mysteries

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