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Aum (ä·ōōmˑ), 1. in Ayurveda, the subtle, noiseless cosmic vibration in which consciousness existed in the beginning, before the elements appeared. Also called
Om. 2. mantra seed syllable often used in meditation.
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Then, pranava yoga training was given to all subjects of Group A and B.
There was no significant difference in cardiovascular parameters in Group A before and after training of pranava yoga for 6 weeks.
After 6 weeks training of pranava yoga, there was no significant difference in cardiovascular parameters in subjects of Group A and Group B (P > 0.
Pranava yoga has been found as a useful tool for hypertensive patients in various studies to reduce the blood pressure immediately.
Direct measurement of the effect of pranava yoga training on cardiovascular parameters such as CO and SPR by impedance cardiovasograph is the key strength.
The most scathing criticism for the Christian use of Hindu symbols has come from Swami Devananda of Madras: "You sin against Hinduism," he wrote to Griffiths, "by nailing the holy pranava to the Roman cross and incorporating the same in your official device.