Let us meditate on Om, called the udgîtha, The essence of ALL
~ Chandogya upanishad
The Chândogya Upanishad begins with recommending meditation on the syllable Om, a sacred syllable that had to be pronounced at the beginning of each Veda and of every recitation of Vedic hymns.
As connected with the Sâma-veda, that syllable Om is called Udgîtha. Its more popular name is Pranava. The object of the Upanishad is to explain the various meanings which the syllable Om may assume in the mind of a devotee, some of them being extremely artificial and senseless, till at last the highest meaning of Om is reached, viz. Brahman, the intelligent cause of the universe.
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