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  • Om, also written as Aum, is a mystical and sacred syllable that originated from Hinduism but is now common to Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism and the Bön faith.

    According to the Hindu Mandukya Upanishad,whichis entirely devoted to the explanation of the syllable, "Om is the one eternal syllable of which all that exists is but the development. The past, the present, and the future are all included in this one sound, and all that exists beyond the three forms of time is also implied in it". Although Om symbolizes the most profound concepts of universal creation including the three stages of existence (birth, life and death), it is in use daily. The devout begin their day, work, prayers or a journey by uttering Om, the symbol is enshrined in every Hindu temple and it is often found at the head of letters and at the beginning of important documents. Many wear the sign of Om as a pendant, and it is the first syllable of the sacred mantra "Om mani padme hum".

    Interestingly, it is believed that the Christian "Amen" and Islamic "Amin" are both derived from Om. In western culture both the spoken word and the written symbol have become synonymous with eastern spirituality, meditation and the very concept of peace itself. Repetition of the word Om is said to slow the breathing, calm the nervous system and send the glands and organs of the body a gentle vibrational massage. Om is also a very popular symbol in contemporary body art and tattoos.
    Om, also written as Aum, is a mystical and sacred syllable that originated from Hinduism but is now common to Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism and the Bön faith. According to the Hindu Mandukya Upanishad,whichis entirely devoted to the explanation of the syllable, "Om is the one eternal syllable of which all that exists is but the development. The past, the present, and the future are all included in this one sound, and all that exists beyond the three forms of time is also implied in it". Although Om symbolizes the most profound concepts of universal creation including the three stages of existence (birth, life and death), it is in use daily. The devout begin their day, work, prayers or a journey by uttering Om, the symbol is enshrined in every Hindu temple and it is often found at the head of letters and at the beginning of important documents. Many wear the sign of Om as a pendant, and it is the first syllable of the sacred mantra "Om mani padme hum". Interestingly, it is believed that the Christian "Amen" and Islamic "Amin" are both derived from Om. In western culture both the spoken word and the written symbol have become synonymous with eastern spirituality, meditation and the very concept of peace itself. Repetition of the word Om is said to slow the breathing, calm the nervous system and send the glands and organs of the body a gentle vibrational massage. Om is also a very popular symbol in contemporary body art and tattoos.
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  • Work-perfecting Ganesha! Salamat.
    Ganesh! - Ganesh!
    Two-mothered! One-toothed!
    Portly-paunched! Elephant-faced Ganesha!
    Salaam!!
    Moon-crowned! Triple-eyed!
    Thou who in all affairs claimest precedence in adoration!
    Calamity averting Ganesh
    Salaam!!
    Thou who art invoked on the commencement of a journey,
    the writing of a book,
    Salaam!!
    Oh! Ganesh, put not thine ears to sleep!
    Encourage me, and then behold my bravery;
    Call me your own fox, then will you see me perform
    the exploits of a lion!
    What fear need he have of the waves of the sea,
    Who has Noah for a pilot?
    First born of Mahadeo and Parvarti!
    God of Prudence and Policy!
    Patron of Literature!
    Salaam!!
    May it be said,
    ‘Ah! She writes like Ganesh!'
    Invocation to Ganesh, translated by ***** Parkes


    References and Further Reading

    Brown, Robert 1991. Ganesh: Studies of an Asian God. State University of New York Press, Albany

    Getty, Alice 1936. Ganesha: A Monograph on the Elephant-Faced God (reprinted 1992) Clarendon Press, Oxford

    Lama, Mukhiya N 2003. Ritual Objects and Deities: an Iconography on Buddhism & Hinduism. Lama Art Publishing

    Vaidyanathan, Sunil 2003. Ganesha, the God of India. English Edition. English Edition Publishers and Distributors (India) Pty Ltd.

    Wikipedia 2008. Ganesha. Accessed Mach 2017
    Work-perfecting Ganesha! Salamat. Ganesh! - Ganesh! Two-mothered! One-toothed! Portly-paunched! Elephant-faced Ganesha! Salaam!! Moon-crowned! Triple-eyed! Thou who in all affairs claimest precedence in adoration! Calamity averting Ganesh Salaam!! Thou who art invoked on the commencement of a journey, the writing of a book, Salaam!! Oh! Ganesh, put not thine ears to sleep! Encourage me, and then behold my bravery; Call me your own fox, then will you see me perform the exploits of a lion! What fear need he have of the waves of the sea, Who has Noah for a pilot? First born of Mahadeo and Parvarti! God of Prudence and Policy! Patron of Literature! Salaam!! May it be said, ‘Ah! She writes like Ganesh!' Invocation to Ganesh, translated by Fanny Parkes References and Further Reading Brown, Robert 1991. Ganesh: Studies of an Asian God. State University of New York Press, Albany Getty, Alice 1936. Ganesha: A Monograph on the Elephant-Faced God (reprinted 1992) Clarendon Press, Oxford Lama, Mukhiya N 2003. Ritual Objects and Deities: an Iconography on Buddhism & Hinduism. Lama Art Publishing Vaidyanathan, Sunil 2003. Ganesha, the God of India. English Edition. English Edition Publishers and Distributors (India) Pty Ltd. Wikipedia 2008. Ganesha. Accessed Mach 2017
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