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This Lucky Charm is a combination of three ancient
sacred symbol Om-Swastika-Trishul. These
sacred symbols have been regarded as symbols for
good luck, protection and auspiciousness for over
five thousand years.
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The Meaning of this
Lucky Charm ...
Om - the main sacred
symbol in the middle.
Before the beginning, the Brahman (absolute reality) was
one and non-dual. It thought, "I am only one -- may I
become many." This caused a vibration which eventually
became sound, and this sound was Om. Creation itself was
set in motion by the vibration of Om. The closest
approach to Brahman is that first sound, Om. Thus, this
sacred symbol has become emblematic of Brahman just as
images are emblematic of material objects.
The vibration produced by chanting Om in the physical
universe corresponds to the original vibration that
first arose at the time of creation. The sound of Om is
also called Pranava, meaning that it sustains life and
runs through Prana or breath. Om also represents the
four states of the Supreme Being. The three sounds in Om
(AUM) represent the waking, dream and deep sleep states
and the silence which surrounds Om represents the "Turiya"
Because the first of the three states of consciousness
is the waking state, it is represented by the sound "A"
pronounced like "A" in accounting. Because the dream
state of consciousness lies between the waking and the
deep sleep states, it is represented by the letter "U"
which lies between the "A" and "M". This "U" is
pronounced like the "U" in would. The last state of
consciousness is the deep sleep state and is represented
by "M" pronounced as in "sum." This closes the
pronunciation of Om just as deep sleep is the final
stage of the mind at rest. Whenever Om is recited in
succession there is an inevitable period of silence
between two successive Oms. This silence represents the
"fourth state" known as "Turiya" which is the state of
perfect bliss when the individual self recognizes his
identity with the supreme.
The Symbol Om
Just as the sound of Om represents the four states of
Brahman, the symbol Om written in Sanskrit also
represents everything. The material world of the waking
state is symbolized by the large lower curve. The deep
sleep state is represented by the upper left curve. The
dream state, lying between the waking state below and
the deep sleep state above, emanates from the confluence
of the two. The point and semicircle are separate from
the rest and rule the whole. The point represents the
turiya state of absolute consciousness. The open
semicircle is symbolic of the infinite and the fact that
the meaning of the point can not be grasped if one
limits oneself to finite thinking.
The Power of Chanting Om
The chanting of Om drives
away all worldly thoughts and removes distraction and
infuses new vigour in the body. When you feel depressed,
chant Om fifty times and you will be filled with new
vigour and strength. The chanting of Om is a powerful
tonic. When you chant Om, you feel you are the pure, all
pervading light and consciousness. Those who chant Om
will have a powerful, sweet voice. Whenever you take a
stroll, you can chant Om. You can also sing Om in a
beautiful way. The rythmic pronunciation of Om makes the
mind serene and pointed, and infuses the spiritual
qualifications which ensure self-realization. Those who
do meditation of Om daily will get tremendous power.
They will have lustre in their eyes and faces.
Meditation on Om
Retire to a quite place,
sit down, close your eyes and completely relax your
muscles and nerves. Concentrate on the space between
your eyebrows and quieten and silence the conscious
mind. Begin to repeat "Om" mentally while associating
the ideas of infinity, eternity, immortality, etc. You
must repeat Om with the feeling that you are the
infinite and all-pervading. Mere repetition of Om will
not bring the desired result. Keep the meaning of Om
always at heart. Feal Om. Feel that you are the pure,
perfect, all-knowing, eternal, free, Brahman. Feel that
you are absolute consciousness and the infinite,
unchanging existance. Every part of your body should
powerfully vibrate with these ideas. This feeling should
be kept up all day long. Practice regularly and steadily
with sincerity, faith, perseverance and enthusiasm in
the morning, midday and evening.
Swastika - the
sacred symbol at the bottom
Swastika is derived from
su (well), asti (is) and ka (a noun ending). It means
'it is well' and hence signifies happiness, pleasure and
good luck. This symbol has been in use since the time of
the Indus Valley Civilisation (c. 3000 BC - 700 BC). A
large number of seals discovered in Harappa, one of its
prime sites, bear swastika designs. Since then, it has
represented good luck. Panini, the great Indian scholar,
used this symbol as the name of a sign in his
grammatical treatise, Ashtadhyayi ('Eight Chapters', 450
The symbol is not exclusive to India and is known all
over the world. Proof of its widespread use has been
found in archaeological discoveries in Egypt, China,
Greece and Mexico. Artifacts such as pottery and coins
from ancient Troy show that the swastika was a commonly
used symbol as far back as 1000 BCE.
During the following thousand years, the image of the
swastika was used by many cultures around the world,
including in China, Japan, India, and southern Europe.
By the Middle Ages, the swastika was a well known, if
not commonly used, symbol but was called by many
China - wan
England - fylfot
Germany - Hakenkreuz
Greece - tetraskelion and
India - swastika
Though it is not known for
exactly how long, Native Americans also have long used
the symbol of the swastika.
Trishul - the sacred
symbol on the top.
It was not until 2,000
years after the trident flourished as a popular symbol
in Greek and Roman mythology—from Homer's Trojan
warriors to Zeus' trident thunderbolt to his
sharp-tongued sister (and wife) Hera's iron staff to the
Greco-Roman sea gods Poseidon and Neptune—that it makes
its first appearance in the Mahabharata. And it was not
until around 800 years ago that the trishul became a
part and parcel of Hindu imagery.
Trishul can be worn to get
protection from enemy, magic effects, evil eye & tantra
effects. It can prove very helpful also for small
children to get rid of fear & evil eyes.