What does hum num shavai mean in Jewish

Om Namah Shivaya means "I bow to Shiva", a Hindu mantra, commonly used during meditation. It is well-known as the great redeeming mantra, also known as the five-syllable mantra.

Shiva is the inner Self, the supreme reality. It is the name given to consciousness that resides in all. Shiva is the name of your self - your true identity.

According to Hindu traditions there are three deities who run this creation: The Vishnu - who preserves the Universe, the Brahma - who creates the universe, and the Shiva- who in the end destroys the universe. Among the three Gods, Shiva, although considered as destroyer, also symbolize the inner self which remains intact even after everything ends.

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Meditation is a great way to recharge and enjoy the benefits of being centered, calm, peaceful and effective throughout the day. There is more and more scientific data that speaks to the power of meditation. By being aware of simple ways that can lead to a deeper experience, you can build a strong foundation for your practice.

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