”Om Purnam Adah Purnam Idam
Poornaat Poornam Udachyate
Poornasya Poornam Aadaay
Poornam Evaa Vashishyate
Om shanti, shanti, shanti.”
Om Purnam Adah Purnam Idam mantra translation in English:
”Wholeness produces wholeness. Only wholeness come out of wholeness. Only wholeness is. Om, peace, peace, peace.”
Om Purnamadah Purnamidam mantra meaning:
This ancient mantra points out the connection between the Manifested Universe and the Unmanifested Brahman. It is obviously indicated that the Manifested Universe comes out of the Purnam, thus it is also Purnam.
This is the Shanti (peace) mantra of Isha Upanishad (IshaVasya Upanishad), which is a part of the (Shukla) Yajurveda.
In this Sanskrit mantra, it has been declared that every living being is complete in itself as the Supreme Atma is. There may be a difference in form and size, but in essence, there is no real difference.
This mantra awakens and energizes your inner wisdom, and unlocks the secret and sacred inner pathways that lead you to eternal wellbeing and happiness.
The crowning expansion of the mind from the “I” into the all-encompassing cosmic sacred energy is a wondrous transformation. Let us all lead each other through this divine quest with inner peace and unconditional love, light, and joy.
“The Upanishadic vision is that the creation is indivisible, a totality; it is an organic whole. The parts are not separate, we are all existing in a togetherness: the mountains, the trees, the people, the stars, the birds, howsoever far away they may appear – don’t be deceived by the appearance – they are all bridged, all interlinked.
Even the smallest blade of grass is connected to the farthest star, and it is as important as the greatest sun. Nothing is smaller than anything else, nothing is insignificant. The part expresses the whole, just as the seed contains the whole.” – Osho