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Tie Dye OM Aum Symbol Yoga Meditation Comfy Mat

Tie Dye OM Aum Symbol Yoga Meditation Comfy Mat
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Practice yoga comfortably with this colorful, soft, durable, high-quality 100% cotton tie-dye yoga / pilates exercise mat! Nourish and purify the soul while strengthening and stabilizing the physical body, unifying mind, body and soul to cultivate spiritual growth and clarity in all areas of your life.

What Does Aum (or OM)  Mean

Aum (or OM) is a mantra, or vibration, that is traditionally chanted at the  beginning and end of yoga sessions It is made up of three Sanskrit letters, aa, au and ma which, when combined  together, make the sound Aum or Om. It is believed to be the basic sound of the world and to contain all  other sounds. It is said to be the  sound of the universe. What does that mean?

Somehow the ancient yogis  knew what scientists today are telling us– that the entire universe is moving.  Nothing is ever solid or still. Everything that exists pulsates, creating a rhythmic vibration that the ancient  yogis acknowledged with the sound of Aum. We may not always be aware of this sound in our daily lives, but we can hear it  in the rustling of the autumn leaves, the waves on the shore, the inside of a seashell. Chanting Aum allows us to recognize our experience as a reflection of how the  whole universe moves– the setting sun, the rising moon, the ebb and flow of the tides, the beating of our hearts. As we chant Aum, it  takes us for a ride on this universal movement, through our breath, our awareness, and our physical energy, and we begin to sense a bigger connection that is both uplifting and soothing.

The Aum symbol design can be seen  as a symbolic representation of the various psychological compartments of the psyche; an inner dimensional map of the various compartments of human consciousness and the relationship each has to the divine within.

The long  lower curve represents the dreaming state.
The upper  curve stands for the waking state.
The curve  which emanates from the center represents deep sleep,
beyond dreams.

The  crescent stands for the veil of material illusion.
The dot is  the transcendental self.

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