Aum decore

Om, aum, is a Sanskrit syllable.

It has been found in many religions, for example, in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Brahmanism.

This syllable represents the original sound, primordial, from which the Universe would have structured itself.

Om is the fusion of Sanskrit phonemes A, U and M.

The A is the representation of the beginning, of the birth, as well as of the creator God, Brahma.

The U is the representation of continuation, of life, as well as of God Vishnu.

The M is the representation of the end, the dead, as well as the destructive God Shiva.

This syllable would be the sum and the substance of the sound of the Universe. The sound of what is not rattling.



See also: The flame bearing lotus, Dharma wheel.

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