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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRAHMA & BRAHMAN ;---- WHO IS BRAHMA;-- 06 FACTS;--- 1-It is often confusing to the seeker to know the difference between the words Brahma and Brahman. We can remove the confusion by explaining the terms and their meaning. 2-Brahma is the god of creation and is one of the Trimurti. According to the Brahma Purana, he is the father of Manu, and from Manu all human beings have descended. 3-In the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, he is often referred to as the progenitor or great forefather of all human beings. 4-Brahma's consort is ma Saraswati who sits beside him, is the goddess of learning. Brahma is often identified as Prajapati, a Vedic deity. 5-He is not to be confused with the Supreme Cosmic Spirit in Vedanta philosophy known as Brahman, which is genderless. 6- The significance of his form is;--- 1-The Four Hands - Brahmā's four arms represent the four cardinal directions: east, south, west, and north. The back right hand represents mind, the back left hand represents intellect, the front right hand is ego, and the front left hand is self-confidence 2-The Rosary - Symbolizes the substances used in the process of creation 3-The Book - The book symbolizes knowledg 4-The Golden Pot - Gold symbolizes activity; the golden pot of Braha indicates that He is actively involved in the process of creating the Universe. 5-The Swan - The swan is the symbol of grace and discernment. Brahmā uses the swan as his vāhana, or his carrier or vehicl 6-The Crown - Lord Brahmā's crown indicates His supreme authority over the creation. 7-The Lotus - The lotus symbolizes nature and the living essence of all things and beings in the Universe. 8-The Beard - Brahmā's white beard denotes wisdom and the eternal process of creation. It also indicates the present age of the deity, which is adjudged to be around 50 years and above 9- The Four Faces-The four Vedas (Rig,Yajuh, Sama and Atharva). The Vedas Symbolises his four faces, heads and arms. Also denote the various procedures and rituals for acheiving the onness with the Brahman in various ages(yuga) and ways. 2.WHO IS BRAHMAN;-- 04 FACTS;--- 1-The term Brahman denotes all pervading, originless, genderless being without a form and name who is the origin of all the Cosmos. Brahman is Cosmos and all the Cosmos are in the Brahman. 2-It is neither Male, nor Female and neither is it Eunuch. All forms and names are its, yet it is beyond the form and name.Also this term does not indicate the Caste Brahmin. It cannot be known by reasoning, logic or deduction. 3-Everybeing knows it yet it remains percievable by few. It cannot be known or percieved through senses. Five elements cannot touch it, yet it is in the five elements. Innumerable number of Trimurtis are ruling their cosmos under the guidence and power given to them by it. 4-It is neither material nor immaterial. The Four Vedas have failed to describe it and left it as "OM". I can go on writing about it but one will have the knowledge about it only when one experiences it. Nobody can teach anybody about it. Only IT teaches Itself through Itself. So be the IT. WHAT IS THE SECRET PROCEDURE OF THE GETTING SIDDHI OVER 'AUM ? 07 FACTS;--- 1-The Taittiriya, Chandogya and Mandukya Upanishads talk about Om being the highest ever spiritual entity, attributed to the creation of the entire world. 2-The "A-kara" here implies the existence of things with concrete form and shape, such as trees, earth and so on. 3- "U-kara" signifies anything formless, such as ari, water, fire and so on. 4-"M-kara", on the other hands, implies things which neither have shape nor are shapeless and yet pervade the universe, such as cosmic energy. The combination of the three syllables forms the complete picture, the AUM, thus containing the whole universe within itself. 5-During meditation, chanting of Om and concentrating on its drone helps the mind relax faster and focus better as well. The mind then stops being restless and comes within the seeker's control, thereby enabling him to travel deep within himself and discover his own divine nature. 6-The vibration of "Om" represents the "Saguna Brahman" or the manifestation of God in physical form. "Om" also represents the absolute reality, and is "Adi Anaadi" in quality, meaning, it is without beginning or end and universally embraces all that is in existence. 7-Procedure of the getting Siddhi over OM ----IS IT BRAHMAN MANTRA (OM SAT CHID EKAM BRAHMAN)?--- YES, IT IS BRAHMAN MANTRA;---OM SAT CHID EKAM BRAHMAN OM Sat Chid Ekam Brahman Surface Meaning: Sat = Truth Chid = Spiritual mind stuff Ekam = one, without a second Brahman = This entire cosmos, with all of its contents Here is a longer version of the "Sat Chid Ekam Brahma" mantra: The meaning of Sat is Everexistent; of Chit, Intelligence; and of Ekam, One without a second. Brahman is so called because He exists everywhere. ... The Mantra may be varied either by the prefixing or omitting of Om,or by the placing of it before ... THE SIGNIFICANCE OF MANTRA ACCORDING TO MAHANIRVAN TANTRA;--- MAHADEV EXPLAINS;-- 1-This is the Mantra. These words, when combined according to the rules of Sandhi, form a Mantra of seven letters. 2-If the Pranava be omitted, it becomes a Mantra of six letters only . 3-This is the most excellent of all the Mantras, and the one which immediately bestows Dharmma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. In the use of this Mantra there is no need to consider whether it be efficacious or not, or friendly or inimical, for no such considerations affect it . 4- Nor at initiation into this Mantra is it necessary to make calculations as to the phases of the Moon, the propitious junction of the stars, or as to the Signs of the Zodiac. 5-Nor are there any rules as to whether the Mantra is suitable or not. Nor is there need of the ten Sangskara. This Mantra is in every way efficacious in initiation. There is no necessity for considering anything else. 6- Should one have obtained, through merit acquired in previous births, an excellent Guru, from whose lips this Mantra is received, then life indeed becomes fruitful , and the worshipper receiving in his hands Dharmma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha, rejoices both in this world and the next . 7-He whose ears this great jewel of Mantra reaches is indeed blest, for he has attained the desired end, being virtuous and pious, and is as one who has bathed in a the sacred places, been initiated in all Yajnas, versed in all Scriptures, and honoured in all the worlds . 8-Happy is the father and happy the mother of such a one – yea, and yet more than this, his family is hallowed and the gladdened spirits of the Pitris rejoice with th Devas, and in the excess of their joy sing : "In our family is born the most excellent of our race, one initiate in the Brahma-mantra. 9-What need have we now of pinda offered at Gaya, or of shraddha, tarpana, pilgrimage at holy places ; of what use are alms, japa, homa, or sadhana, since now we have obtained imperishable satisfaction?" 10-Listen, O Devi! Adored of the world, whilst I tell You the very truth that for the worshippers of the Supreme Brahman there is no need for other religious observances . 11-At the very moment of initiation into this Mantra the disciple is filled with Brahman, and for such an one, O Devi! what is there which is unattainable in all the three worlds? 12-Against him what can adverse planets or Vetala, Chetaka, Pishacha, Guhyaka, Bhuta, the Matrika, Dakini, and other spirits avail? 13-The very sight of him will drive them to flight with averted faces . Guarded by the Brahma-mantra, clad with the splendour of Brahman, he is as it were another Sun. What should he fear, then, from any planet? . They flee, frightened like elephants at the sight of a lion, and perish like moths in a flame . 14-No sin can touch, and none but one as wicked as a suicide can harm, him, who is purified by truth, without blemish, a benefactor of all beings, a faithful believer in Brahman . The wicked and sinful who seek to harm him who is initiate in the knowledge of the Supreme Brahman do but harm themselves, for are they not indeed in essence inseparate from the ever-existent One? 15-For he is the holy sage and well-wisher, working for the happiness of all, and, O Devi! should it be possible to harm such an one who can go in peace? . -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For him, however, who has no knowledge of the meaning of nor of the awakening of the Mantra, it is fruitless, even though it were inwardly uttered ten million times----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- . 16-MEANING;---- Listen, then, O My Beloved! while I tell Thee of the meaning and awakening of Mantra. By the letter A is meant the Protector of the world; the letter U denotes its Destroyer; and M stands for its Creator . The meaning of Sat is Ever-existent; of Chit, Intelligence; and of Ekam, One without a second. Brahman is so called because He exists everywhere. 17-Now, O Devi! I have given You the meaning of the Mantra, which grants the fulfilment of desires. The awakening of the Mantra is the knowledge of Him, Who is the pervading Devata of the Mantra, and such knowledge, O Supreme Devi! yields the fruit of worship to the worshipper . 18-O Devi! the presiding Devata of the Mantra is the omnipresent, eternal, inscrutable, formless, passionless, and ineffable Brahman . When introduced by the Vija of Sarasvati, Maya, or Kamala, instead of the Mantra Om, it bestows various kinds of learning, siddhi, and prosperity in every quarter . 19-The Mantra may be varied either by the prefixing or omitting of Om, or by the placing of it before each word or every two words of the Mantra . Sadashiva is the Rishi of this Mantra. The verse is called Anushtup, and its presiding Devata is the Supreme Brahman, Who is without attribute and Who abides in all things. It avails for the attainment of Dharmma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha. 20-Now listen, dear One, whilst I speak to You of Anga-nyasa and Kara-nyasa . O great and adorable Devi! the syllable Om, the words Sat, Chit, Ekam, Brahma, should be pronounced over the thumb, the threatening finger, the middle, nameless, and little fingers respectively, followed in each case by the words Namah, Svaha, Vashat, Hung, and Vaushat; and Ong Sachchidekam Brahma should be said over the palm and back of the hand, followed by the Mantra Phat. .....SHIVOHAM.....