A beautiful mantra with immense implication for this incredibly vibrationally full NOW. Om Purnamadah Purnamidam Purnat Purnamudachyate is from the Isha Upanishad and can be found in many sources and translations of music around the world, including yoga. 😉 When I first heard and felt the essence of this mantra in yoga class, I almost lost my focus because of the channel of light that was pulling my awareness toward the sound. It is basically about fullness, a fullness that cannot be emptied.
“That is full, this also is full. This fullness came from that fulness. Though this fullness comes from that fullness, that fullness remains forever full.”
At its heart, this mantra is a complete explanation of the nature of Reality – in fact, it is the fundamental basis of quantum physics – the quantum theory of the universe. Within everything, is everything else. When the infinite is removed from the infinite, infinite remains infinite.
“That is the whole, this is the whole;
from the whole, the whole becomes manifest;
taking away the whole from the whole,
the whole remains.”
With the Light pouring into our once quite limited atmosphere here on Earth, we are reminded of our own infinite natures and the capacity we have for creations of power, creations of peace, creations that heal and transform and provide fullness. Even where fullness appears to be lacking.
Breathe and absorb this ancient text into your being in remembrance of how incredibly vast and wise you are. Om, Father, Mother God is infinite, whole and complete. In this truth is Self-Actualization.
Om Purnamadah Purnamidam Purnat Purnamudachyate