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What is the knowledge pertaining to Nada Bindu Upanishad?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 04 Apr '13 10:18 pm
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Om has been considered as a Swan in Nada Bindu Upanishad. It considers the sound of A to be the right wing of this swan. The sound of O to be the left wing and the sound of M to be its tail. This Swans feet are known as Rajoguna and Tamoguna. Its body is known as Satoguna. Its right eye is believed to be Dharma and the left eye to be Adharma.

Heaven is considered to be this Swans waistline. Anand Lok is believed to be in its naval. Janlok is in the heart, Tapolok in the neck and Satyalok is in between the forehead and the eyebrows. It is believed that a Yogi gains knowledge by riding this Swan when he recites Om mantra. Reciting this mantra relieves him of all sins and sorrows and he attains salvation.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 04 Apr '13 10:21 pm

 
  
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Om has been considered as a Swan in Nada Bindu Upanishad. It considers the sound of A to be the right wing of this swan. The sound of O to be the left wing and the sound of M to be its tail. This Swans feet are known as Rajoguna and Tamoguna. Its body is known as Satoguna. Its right eye is believed to be Dharma and the left eye to be Adharma.

Heaven is considered to be this Swans waistline. Anand Lok is believed to be in its naval. Janlok is in the heart, Tapolok in the neck and Satyalok is in between the forehead and the eyebrows. It is believed that a Yogi gains knowledge by riding this Swan when he recites Om mantra. Reciting this mantra relieves him of all sins and sorrows and he attains salvation.
Answered by rajan, 05 Apr '13 06:56 am

 
  
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Nada Bindu Upanishad falls in the category of Rigvediya Upanishads. This Upanishad talks about the importance of Om. The importance of Om has been explained through the knowledge possessed by saints. It is believed that the sound of Onkar (Om) resides in the whole universe and provides energy and life to everything.

Reciting Om makes the surrounding environment peaceful and pure. It is said that Om is a combination of three different sounds . These sounds have also been explained in this Upanishad. A Yogi recites this mantra in the beginning and the end of his sadhna.

This Upanishad also talks about the soul and its relationship with Om. It describes the effects that Om has on a soul. Nada Upanishad is explained through sadhna. It also explains the condition of the soul in the end.
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Answered by anil garg, 04 Apr '13 11:36 pm

 
  
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Knowledge of Rig Veda.
Answered by Seshadri Srinivasan, 04 Apr '13 10:42 pm

 
  
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