गुणसाधारण्यश्रुतेश्च ॥ ६४ ॥
guṇasādhāraṇyaśruteśca || 64 ||
guṇa-sādhāraṇya-śruteḥ—From the Sruti declaring the feature ‘Om’ as being common to all the Vedas; ca—and.
64. And from the Sruti declaring the syllable ‘Om’ which is a common feature (of the Udgitha Vidya), to be common to all the Vedas.
“Through this does the Vedic Vidya proceed” (Chh. 1. 1. 9). This is said with reference to the syllable ‘Om’, which is common to all the Vedas and all the Upasanas in them. This shows that as the abode of all Vidyas is common, so are the Vidyas that abide in it, and therefore all of them are to be observed.