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तस्य वाचकः प्रणवः

tasya vācakaḥ praṇavaḥ

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Praṇava (Aum) ist jenes Wort, welches Ishvara symbolisiert.

tasya = dessen, sein (d.h. Ishvaras)
vācakaḥ = ein Wort-Symbol, Wort
praṇavaḥ = ein Symbol, das immer seine Reinheit bewahrt. Das OM-Symbol, das OM-Mantra

Erklärung: Praṇava (AUM, OM) ist jenes Wort, welches das Große Vollendete Selbst (Ishvara) symbolisiert.

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Kriya Yoga Sutras des Patañjali

Sāmadhi-Pāda – Die vollkommene Erkenntnis – Sutra 27

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