Meaning of the So Ham mantra
Extract from the web site: https://www.yogapedia.com/definition/5173/soham
“So’ham, or So’hum, is a Hindu mantra that can be translated as “I am He/That.” It is derived from the Sanskrit, sah, meaning “He,” and aham, meaning “I.” It is a universal and natural mantra because it is present within everybody as the breath, with the sound of “so” during inhalation and “ham” during exhalation. As such, So’ham is a mantra that is chanted just by concentrating on the breath because the breath chants it naturally.
The So’ham mantra has been used for thousands of years to identify oneself with the Universal Reality. In Tantra and Kriya yoga, it is known as ajapa japa — a constant awareness of the mantra, without chanting it. It is also believed that So’ham is an answer to Koham, meaning “Who am I?” The universe answers this question with So’ham, communicating that “You are the same as I am.”
As a combination of Sah and Aham, So’ham also symbolizes the power of Shiva and Shakti, forming the male and female powers of the universe.”
How to use the So Ham hologram?
The So Ham hologram protocol is very simple:
1. Touch the hologram (open the pdf file and touch the screen that displays it);
2. Think about the destination you want to send the So Ham vibrations to or meditate by emptying your mind;
3. Sing the sounds A – OM – U – French U – EE – French é – U – O – A for exemple.
Examples of uses
This mantra also balances the four elements.
Therefore it is possible to send the So Ham vibrations to: an organ; the physical body in general; any chakra... Experiment the So Ham hologram by yourself !