Kundaini Yoga Mantras Starting with B

This section of the Kundalini Yoga Mantras contains all mantras whose first word starts with - B. Starting with Bahuta Karam and ending with Dukh Par Har Sukh Gal Lai Jai. For Mantra Pronunciation: on the top Menu at KRI look for: Tools for Students and Teachers, click on it and then choose, The Aquarian Teacher Mantra Pronunciation:on that page.

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Bahuta karam likhiaa na jaa-ay.
VaDaa daataa til na tamaay.
Kaytay mange jodh apaar.
Kaytiaa ganat nahee veechaar.
Kaytay khap tuTeh vaykaar.
Kaytay lai lai mukar paa-eh.
Kaytay moorakh khaahee khaa-eh.
Kaytiaa dookh bhookh sad maar.
Ay-eh bhi daat tayree daataar
Bhand khalaasee bhaaNai ho.
Hor aakh na sakai koi.
Jay ko khaa-ik aakhaN paai.
Oho jaaNai jaytee-aa mu-eh khaa-i.
Aapay jaaNayi aapay day-i.
Aakheh si bhi kayee kayi.
Jis no bakhsay siphat saalaah.
Naanak paatisaahee paatisaaho.

Translation: His Blessings are so very abundant, there can be no written account. The great Giver is so very Generous, He gives all and holds back nothing. Many are the warriors begging at the Door of the Infinite Lord.So many dwell and reflect upon Him, they cannot be counted. Many waste away to death engaged in corruption. Many take and take again, and then deny receiving. Many are the foolish consumers who keep on consuming. So many endure distress, deprivation and constant abuse. Even these are Your Gifts, O great Giver! Liberation from bondage comes by Your Will. No one else has any say in this.

If some fool should presume to speak on this, He shall learn-- how many lashes he shall receive on his face! The Lord Himself knows, He Himself gives. Few, very few are those who acknowledge this. One who, by His Grace, is given to praise and sing of the Lord, O Nanak, he is the king of kings!

"If you recite the twenty-fifth pauri of Jap Ji - 11 times a day, it will bring you prosperity and wealth.

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Basant Kee Vaar The Millionaire Mantra

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I am bountiful, blissful, and beautiful.
Bountiful, blissful, and beautiful I am.

Ek Ong Kaar Sat Gurprasaad

Ek ong kaar sat gurprasaad
Anand bhayaa mayree maa-ay satiguroo mai paa-yaa
Satiguroo taa paa-yaa sehej saytee
Man vajeeaa vaadhaaeeaa
Raag ratan parvaar pareeaa shabd gaavan aaeeaa
Shabdo taa gaavho haree kayraa man jinee vasaa-yaa
Kahai naanak anand hoaa satiguroo mal paaa-yaa

NOTE: This mantra is spelled exactly, in accordance with KRI's International Kundalini Yoga, Teacher Training, Textbook, Level One, Instructor; Copyright 1969-2005.

Translation: The Creator and the Creation are One. I know this by the Grace of the Guru. Oh my mother, I am in Infinite bliss for I have obtained the True Guru (the Word, the Shabd Guru). I have met that True Guru easily, naturally: divine music bursts in my heart. The rhythmic beats are like cosmic jewels and bring all powers through Divine Songs. When God resides in you, the mind is filled by and echoes with divine praise. Nanak proclaims I dwell in supreme bliss for I have merged with the True Guru.

This mantra is for self-esteem and self-confidence. After the affirmation "I am bountiful, blissful, and beautiful" are words from the first part of Anand Sahib--the Song of Bliss--and the mantra Ek Ong Kar Satgur Prasad which elevates the self beyond duality and establishes the flow of spirit.


Last four lines of Jaap Sahib

Chattr chakrkr vartee, Chattr chakrkr bhugatay
Suyumbhav Subhang sarab daa sarab jugtay
Dukaalang pranaasee dayaalang saroopay
Sadaa ung sungay abhangang bibhootay

NOTE: This mantra is spelled exactly, in accordance with KRI's International Kundalini Yoga, Teacher Training, Textbook, Level One, Instructor; Copyright 1969-2005.

Translation: Thou art pervading in all the four directions, the Enjoyer in all the four directions. Thou art self-illumined and united with all. Destroyer of bad times, embodiment of mercy. Thou art ever within us. Thou art the everlasting giver of indestructible power.

The last four lines of Guru Gobind Singh's Jaap Sahib. removes fear, anxiety, depression, and phobias, and brings victory.


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Chaupai Sahib Chaupai Sahib

Chaupai Sahib, Chaupai Sahib is recited for protection, having 29 verses in the numerical order as in Sri Dasam Granth Sahib.

Translated: Bentee Chaupai written by the 10th Sikh Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Message to God: Words of a Guru - Amazing Must Watch!

This hymn was song by Rajinder Singh (UK) Sikh Missionary Society

CHOTAY PAD (A very ancient mantra)

Sat Narayan,
Wha He Guru,
Hari Narayan,
Sat Nam

Narayan is the aspect of Infinity that relates to water, and Hari Narayan is Creative sustenance, which makes the one who chants it intuitively clear or healing.

Sat Narayan by Guruganesha Singh And Snatam Kaur

Dhan Dhan Ram Das Guru 


Dhartee hai,
Akaash Hai,
Guroo Ram Daas Hai

Translation: There is One Creator who has created this Creation. Truth is His name. Ecstatic beyond words is his wisdom and guidance.

Dharti means "earth" and Akash is Ether, and Guru Ram Das is the venerated 4th Sikh Guru. Gurunam Singh's "Dharti Hai"

This mantra connects the Earth and the vastness of the ether and projects it from the heart. It is done with visualization. It makes you present, calls on your highest spirit, keeps you humble and effective on your new ventures, and attracts opportunities for prosperity.

Dukh Parhar Sukh Ghar Lai Jaa-i

Dukh parhar sukh ghar lai jaa-i
Dukh parhar sukh ghar lai jaa-i

The mantra is from the Japji Sahib..and means..we move from pain and sorrow and peace settles over the mind - submitted by Ram Das Bir. it is available on itunes... by Gurunam Singh


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