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Om Tat Sat (Sanskrit: ,
Aum Tat Sat (helpinfo)) is a mantra in Sanskrit it
means these are 'the three words of three god,
Om refers to the Supreme Infinite Spirit or Person.
Om represents the Shabda Brahman.
Tat means the second Guptt. Name of God.
Sat means the third Guptt, Name of God.
Om Tat Sat also reflects that these are the name of
three god and every human being should learn this.
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Sanskrit Transliteration Aum/Om
These sacred syllables were integral to religious and
material goodness and spiritual pursuit in Vedic age.
As in Bhagavad Gita, about five thousand years ago in Dvapara Yuga, Lord Krishna while teaching
Arjuna described Om Tat Sat as the most effective tool of purification and the supreme
Hari Om Tat Sat is Kalyuga version of 'Om Tat Sat'.
'Om Tat Sat' has no physical component. It is purely spiritual and beyond. It starts from the most
primordial spiritual form Om and leads to the ultimate Impersonal God, the Formless One (Nirakar
Braham), Non dualistic Existence, Sat.
Spiritual means fine and to catch hold of a fine thing needs high level of concentration where
concentration of mind remains a matter of practice.
In comparison to Dvapara and other yugas the scope of attaining higher levels of concentration is
less in Kali Yuga. This is due to higher pace of life and higher frequency of the changes that take
place. Therefore the mantra Hari Om Tat Sat offers better grasp in Kali Yuga because it begins
with Hari -the physical form of the God (Sakar Braham), so it is a pragmatic version for a physical
entity to pick and explore the Sat.
Successful grasping and revealing this mantra needs an initiation by a Sadguru (Spiritual Master)
who has attained it.
Variations in usage [edit]
Hari Om Tat Sat (Sanskrit: , Hari Aum Tat Sat)
Om Tat Sat can be translated to mean the Supreme Absolute Truth, or more literally all that is.
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Tat refers to that, or all that is.
Sat refers to truth, that which is not evanescent or ephemeral, the underlying basis, which is
most fundamental and universal.
Etymologically "Om Tat Sat" is related to the English "Him That is" with the note that "Sat" is the
Indo-European root for "to be" (rather than to sit).
Om tat sat is the mantra for salvation (getting true god who frees you from repeated birth and
death in different life forms).
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