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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

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Ha, Aloha, Spirit and the Breath of Life

The sound and syllable of HA occurs in many words that have to do with the breath or air. Hangin air/wind Hininga breathe/breath Ginhawa breathe/breath Hapo out of breath The baybayin for HA is rendered in baybayin mostly as a wavy symbol. Historical renderings of HA: Modern renderings of HA The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. http://www.to-hawaii.com/aloha.php — She explained that most people believe that Aloha...

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

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Pamamaraang Ka and Baybayin

Tessie Obusan developed a research method called Pamamaraang Ka illustrated here by baybayin:   (Click for large view)   Explore a Filipino approach that is also an act of decolonization. In the foreword of the 1994 Pamamaraan: Indigenous Knowledge and Evolving Research Paradigms the editors state that a growing number of Filipino scholars are deeply conscious of the richness of the Philippine culture and are frustrated that much of the distinctive knowledge, oral and tacit knowledge, was not getting into mainstream research. “There are of...

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

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O-U baybayin and the meanings in the sanskrit symbol of Om

A look at the curves of the  baybayin symbol of O-U shows that it looks a lot like the roman numeral “3”. What’s really fun to see is that our baybayin of O-U is very similar to the sanskrit symbol variations for O, AU, U, UH, UU, OO: There’s a likely that our baybayin symbol for O-U is related to these sanskrit versions and may have originated from Sanskrit writing. The baybayin symbol of O-U is also found in the devnagari symbol of Om. and the Bangla symbol of Om. Now take a look at the meaning of the strokes in the...

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