Hari Om Tat Sat
“Om Tat Sat (Sanskrit: ओम् तत् सत्, About this sound Aum Tat Sat (help·info)) 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.
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 awakening.
‘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."
The color Ray chosen here is Opalescence. It is White light mixed with a bit of every color in the Electromagnetic specturm, therefore vibrating with every chakra. This color ray stimulates Transformation, Transfiguration, and Re-Birth into a Higher State of Consciousness.