Meditation On "OM"
Mandukya Upnishad


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"That which has no parts is the Fourth, transcendental, destitute of phenomenal existence, all bliss and non-dual. This verily is Omkara. He who knows this merges his self in the Self."

That which has no parts is called Amatra, without measure. Amatra Omkara is the fourth quarter, i.e., pure Atman. The benefit derived from the realization of the Atman, the fourth is that the knower himself enters into the Self by means of the Self. He attains immortality. He is not born again. As the Atman is beyond the reach of mind and senses, It is transcendental. Visva merges in Taijasa, Taijasa in Prajna and Prajna dissolve itself in Turiya Atman-Brahman.

Meditation on Om helps the aspirant in the attainment of Self-realization or the final realization of Brahman. Just as the rope is realized when the illusion of snake vanishes, so also Brahman who is Om is realized when the illusion of duality or Avidya disappears, through the attainment of knowledge of the Self.

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