tasya = of this; that;
vacakaḥ = signifying; connoting; indicating; designating;
praṇavaḥ = the sacred syllable pronounced Ōm (or A-U-M) as a humming sound;
Nowhere in Patañjali’s Yoga Sūtras is Ōm stated plainly. Here, it is only referred to -- praṇavaḥ. But now that you know what praṇavaḥ represents, you can go chant and cultivate your christos/oil (aka your "golden substance within"). A clue to Ōm's relationship with the inner gold, is that when stretched out and slowed down during chanting, it's pronounced as A-U-M, the first two letters (Au) representing Gold on the periodic table. Think this is a weird coincidence? Stick with me :-)
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