The following is a condensed version of "The Secret," originally published by O sho Times International
The term 'Aum' does not possess a lexical meaning since it is a pure sound, comparable to the sound of a waterfall or an airplane flying by. Only when significance is ascribed to a sound does it become a word. A word is meaningful, whereas a sound that lacks meaning is a meaningless word. Therefore, it is crucial to grasp that 'Aum' is not a word but rather an unadulterated sound. All other words have emerged from it, but it does not possess any inherent meaning. As the origin of all sounds, 'Aum' cannot have any meaning.
Aum, composed of the three seed sounds a, u, and m, is the origin of all other sounds. In India, it is not represented alphabetically but through a unique symbol. This symbol serves to indicate that Aum should not be thought of as a word, but rather as a pictorial representation. By existing outside of the alphabet, Aum is kept separate as the source, which is beyond and transcendental.
In addition to the three visible sounds, Aum also includes an anusvara, a subtle sound that represents a humming vibration. When pronouncing Aum, the prolonged "m" sound creates a humming that continues to resonate, represented by the anusvara, which appears as a simple dot. Therefore, Aum is composed of four components: three visible - a, u, and m - and one invisible, the rhythmic and humming shadow represented by the anusvara.
Indian metaphysics can be represented by four elements. The first three, 'A', 'U', and 'M', correspond to the three states of human consciousness - waking, dreaming, and deep sleep. The fourth element is represented by the anusvara, which is a dot and a humming sound that signifies the transcendental state known as turiya. In this state, one is a witness to all that is happening and is neither awake, asleep, nor dreaming. The term turiya means 'the fourth' and cannot be named, as it is beyond words and must be understood through direct experience.
Next, once you have attained the fourth state known as turiya, where only a celestial melody is heard - the music of the heavens, the music of the stars, the very essence of existence - as Pythagoras described, you will hear a sound called Aum. This is not a mantra, despite what you may have been taught. It is crucial not to use Aum as a mantra and continuously repeat it like a habit, as doing so will cause you to miss out on something significant. Instead, Aum is a melody that arises spontaneously when one reaches the state of awakening, awareness, or Buddhahood.
The following is a condensed version of "The Secret," originally published by Osho Times International.
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