The Sound Supreme The Mystique And Music Of Om

Om: The Universal Sound

Om does not belong to Hinduism or any one religion. From ‘Om Mane
Padme Hum’ of Buddism and ‘Amen’ of Christianity, ‘Amin’ of Islam
and Omkar k Satnam of Sikhism, one detects the echos of the same
cosmic sound experienced by all the great masters of mankind. Om
and the latin root word Omne share a similar meaning ‘all’ leading
to the concepts of omniscience, omnipresence and omni potence.

Om: Gateway to the Meditative State

The sages of yore realised what doctors have discovered in the
modern era: mantras such as Om alter the frequency of our brainwaves,
leading to de-stressing, peace of mind and holistic health.

The chanting of Om induces the alpha waves state at a frequncy
of ten cycles per second, corresponding to deep relaxation and awareness
free of thoughts. Research shows that each separate part of the sound
AUM has a separate effect on the mind.

Human beings, vegetables, or cosmic dust , we all dance to a mysterious
tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible piper – Albert Einstein

Track Listing:

  • Inner Voice – Signature Prayer
  • Shanti Mantra
  • Om iti Ekata
  • Soyam Atma
  • Jagarith Sthan
  • Swapna Sthan
  • Sushupta Sthan
  • Amartraha Om


  • Pandit Jasraj

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