Speech yields the milk, which is the milk of speech itself to him who knows this Upanishad (secret doctrine) of the Sâmans in this wise.
Prapathaka 1. Khanda 13.
1 The syllable Hâu is this world (the earth), the syllable Hâi the air, the syllable Atha the moon, the syllable Iha the self, the syllable Î is Agni, fire.
2 The syllable Û is the sun, the syllable E is the Nihava or invocation, the syllable Auhoi is the Visve Devas, the syllable Hiṅ is Pragâpati, Svara (tone) is breath (prâna), the syllable Yâ is food, the syllable Vâg is Virâg.
3 The thirteenth stobha syllable, viz. the indistinct syllable Huṅ, is the Undefinable (the Highest Brahman).
4 Speech yields the milk, which is the milk of speech itself to him who knows this Upanishad (secret doctrine) of the Sâmans in this wise. He becomes rich in food, and able to eat food,--yea, able to eat food.
The Upanishads translated by Max Müller
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