Stop Procrastination SAT NAAM Tapa Yog Karam Kriya

Stop Procrastination, this is the best mantra to do that, to get things done. To keep you focused so that you can finish anything. (Including housework)

Sat Naam, Sat Naam, Sat Naam

 

Sat Naam, Sat Naam, Sat Naam

Wha-hay Gu-roo

How to do it:

You want to do the mantra on one breath.

    • Focus your eyes on the tip of your nose.
    • Stretch your arms out straight in front of the Heart Charka,
    • parallel to the ground,
    • palms together,
    • then open your palms so they face out and
    • only the wrists are touching

Do it for 11 minutes every day.

This kriya develops will power and gives the capacity to understand the elements of your personality. It is used to overcome difficulty in completing projects and doing what you intend. I do it and it works for me, Sat Avtar Kaur

  • It takes 40 days to break a habit
  • 90 days to gain the new habit
  • 120 days and you are the habit
  • 1,000 days you are the Master of it

BOOK: The Mind, Its projections and Multiple Facets - Yogi Bhajan, PhD with Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, PhD- p 170

 

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Seven Wave Sat Nam

Seven Way Sat Nam Mediation is a powerful way to clear out the unwanted habits that linger on after we have made changes. Posture: Sit in easy pose with the spine straight. Place your palms together at the center of your chest with the sides of the thumbs touching your sternum.

Seven Wave Sat Nam Meditation with Sat Dharam Kaur N.D

Focus: With your eyes closed, look up slightly, focusing on the brow point. (the point in between your two eyes)

Breath and Mantra : Inhale deeply through your nose, concentrating on the breath. Exhale as you chant the mantra Sat Nam, vibrating the sound of

Chant 'Sat' in six waves, with a short Nam being the seventh. Sa – a – a – a – a – a – tNam.

On each wave, carry the sound through the chakras, or energy centers, beginning at the

    • base of the spine at the rectum.
    • Continue up to the second center, the genitals;
    • the third center, the navel point;
    • the fourth at the heart;
    • the fifth at the throat;
    • the sixth at the brow point at the forehead;
  • seventh at the top of the head.
     
  • On Nam, let the energy and sound radiate from the seventh center out the top of your head.
  • Repeat.
  • Continue for 15 minutes to 31 minutes.
  • End: Inhale deeply through your nose, gently suspend the breath as you listen to the sound resonate in the silence. Exhale and relax.

Comments: This meditation works to clear the mind of painful thought patterns. Vibrating the sound of Sat Nam in seven waves will lift your energy, clear your mind and open you to a renewed experience of life.

If you can build this meditation to at least 31 minutes per day, the mind will be cleansed just as the ocean waves wash the sandy beach.

This is a bij (seed) mantra meditation.  Bij mantras such as Sat Naam are sounds which can totally rearrange the habit patterns.  We all have habit patterns—we could not function without them.  But sometimes the patterns we have created are not wanted.  You have changed, so you want the patterns to change.  By vibrating the sound current Sat Naam in this manner, you activate the energy of the mind that erases and establishes habits.

This meditation is good as an introduction to Kundalini Yoga.  It will open the mind to new experience.  A long-time student will still meditate in this way, particularly to clear off the effects of a hurried day before beginning another deep meditation.  After chanting this mantra, you will feel calm, relaxed, and mellow.

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Power Mantras Power Kriyas

These are the Power Mantras and Power Kriyas that move a lot of 'junk' out of us. Rather than doing 'this and that mantra' use one of these and go faster. I was doing this and that - when I decided there must be a faster way and I could not find anything in 2007, even though I belonged to an international email group of Kundalini Yogis. No one had an answer for me. These are the ones that I have found and when I find more, they will show up here. Due to Mobilization this page has been split. We now have Power Mantras - Power Kriyas, Page 2

The absolute minimum is 40 days before going to something else.

  • It takes 40 days to change a habit.
  • It takes 90 days to confirm the habit.
  • In 120 days the new habit is who you are.
  • In a 1,000 days you have mastered the new habit.
  • 3 minutes,  Affect the electromagnetic field,
  • 7 minutes,   Brain patterns begin to shift and the magnetic field increases in strength
  • 11 minutes, Begins to change the nerves and the glandular system
  • 22 minutes, The 3 minds balance and begin to work together,
  • 31 minutes, All the cells and rhythms of the body. Endocrine secretions are completely balanced
  • 62 minutes, Stimulates the frontal lobe of the brain; pituitary and pineal glands.
  • 2 1/2 hours, Changes the psyche and magnetic field so that the subconscious mind holds the new pattern

Aad Such, Jugaad Such

Aad Such,

Jugaad Such,

HaiBhay Such,

Naanak Hosee Bhay Such

One day, Yogi Bhajan told his students, "Now suppose something happens (in) your life which you want to move and it's not moving. There is a block, which you want to move, and it's not moveable--- then chant the Aad Sach mantra.

You can do it for 3, 5, 11, 22, minutes a day. I do it every day.

It's a lever. It is the biggest lever available to you among mantras."

August 4, 1975   ~ Yogi Bhajan

Raa Maa Daa Saa

Raa maa daa saa,

Saa say so hung

Yogi Bhajan said this is one of the most powerful mantras known and is extraordinarily effective in dealing with health challenges.

When you want to heal yourself or other this is the mantra to use. It is powerful. It is universal.

It works on many levels; the mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical. You can instill the health trend in your consciousness by injecting this strong healing vibration into your mind. Then your actions and whole being will obey that thought.

In the

words of Yogi Bhajan

, Master of White Tantric and Kundalini Yoga, who openly taught this healing mantra to the Western world,

"

It has worked for three thousand, four hundred years, why should it not work now?

"

Sat Kriya

Sat Kriya is one of the most powerful and complete postures/ mediation's Yogi Bhajan taught. It is an entire Yoga class in one posture.

Sat Kriya and how to do it

Mul Mantra

The Mul Mantra is a Fate killer. This complete mantra has everything in it. It is a technology, a description and a technique. It forms the basis of the consciousness that we wish to develop and that exists in our very soul. The entire Mul Mantra is the highest of all mantras, and it contains in it the root of sound that is the basis for all effective mantras.

Ardas Bahee

Ardas Bhaee, Amar Das Guru

Amar Das Guru, Ardas Bhaee

Ram Das Guru, Ram Das Guru

Ram Das Guru, Sachee Sahee

This is the mantra of answered prayers, of moving beyond difficult situations, and gracefully letting go

Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad

Ek Ong Kaar,

Sat Gur Prasaad,

Sat Gur Prasaad,

Ek Ong Kaar

The mantra is for self-esteem and self-confidence. It can stop anything negative and removes all obstacles.

Nothing matches its power. There is nothing equal to it!

Yogi Bhajan referred to the mantra as the "Eyes of Indra", saying that the body is a temple through which one experiences the Infinite--all knowledge and bliss flow through you.

Sodarshan Chakra Kriya

"Of all the 20 types of yoga, including Kundalini Yoga, this is the highest kriya.

This meditation cuts all darkness. It will give you a new start. It is the simplest kriya, but at the same time the hardest.

It cuts through all barriers of the neurotic or psychotic inside-nature. When a person is in a very bad state, techniques imposed from the outside will not work. The pressure has to be stimulated from within. Tragedy of life is when subconscious releases garbage into the conscious mind. This kriya invokes the Kundalini to give you the necessary vitality and intuition to combat the negative effects of the subconscious mind."

Sodarshan Chakra Kriya

Seven Way Sat Nam

This meditation works to clear the mind of painful thought patterns much as the ocean waves wash the shore. Vibrating the sound of Sat Nam in seven waves will lift your energy, clear your mind and open you to a renewed experience of life.

This is a bij (seed) mantra meditation.  Bij mantras such as Sat Naam are sounds which can totally rearrange the habit patterns.

We all have habit patterns—we could not function without them.  But sometimes the patterns we have created are not wanted.  You have changed, so you want the patterns to change.  By vibrating the sound current Sat Naam in this manner, you activate the energy of the mind that erases and establishes habits.

Seven Wave Sat Nam

 

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Power Mantras Power Kriyas Page 2

These are the Power Mantras and Power Kriyas that move a lot of 'junk' out of us. Rather than doing 'this and that mantra' use one of these and go faster. And, due to Mobilization this is page 2, of Power Mantras and Power Kriyas. The absolute minimum is 40 days before going to something else.

Gobinday Mukunday

Gobinday Mukunday is an excellent mantra for clearing the subconscious. It can heal deeply seated subconscious blocks, as well as balancing the hemispheres of the brain. Mantra practice is an excellent tool, because it gives your mind a positive rhythm and projection to focus on when the negativity of the subconscious starts to rise to the surface.

Chant Gobinday Mukunday for 11 minutes, or consider keeping a looped track playing softly as you sleep at night.

Gobinday

Mukunday

Udaaray

Apaaray

Hariang

Kariang

Nirnamay

Akamay

Language: Gurmukhi - Source: Jaap Sahib - Author: Guru Gobind Singh

Translation:

Sustainer, Liberator, Enlgihtener, Infinite, Destroyer, Creator, Nameless, Desireless "The most precious thing in the human body is the breath. A meditation which cannot bring normalcy and equilibrium to your breathing is useless, because the rate and length of the breathing willdetermine the rate of secretion of your glandular system, and that secretion will give you physical stability.

Physical stability will then give you mental stability, and mental stability will project the radiance of the spirit, the soul in you. And when the spirit becomes radiant and healthy, you will look spiritual." ~ Yogi Bhajan

Aap Sahaee Hoa

Aap Sahaaee Hoaa

Sachay Daa Sachaa Doaa

Har, Har, Har

According to Yogi Bhajan this mantra "...will

totally eliminate enemies and block the impact of animosity forever,

it can give you mental self-control..."

Yogi Bhajan also said that if chanted for 62 minutes, the best time being between three and four AM, it can relieve unbearable financial pressure.

It will give you protection and mental balance.

Dhrib Dhristi

The Bij Mantra, or seed mantra (Sa Ta Na Ma), helps join you with your destiny—the fulfilling life you are meant to live—and signifies the cycle of life.

As a result of mastering this meditation, you will become conscious in thought and action. Your words will have the power to penetrate deeply. Your words will inspire and always represent the truth of a given situation. It is said that you can master this meditation in several sittings if you practice with total devotion. It is also said that when practiced on the eve of the full moon, this meditation has an especially powerful effect.

Sit in easy pose with a straight spine. Rest your wrists on your knees with the palms facing up. Place your hands in Gyan Mudra—catch the tip of your index finger with your thumb and keep the middle, ring, and little fingers straight. Lock the edges of your front teeth together; you may need to move your lower jaw forward to align the upper and lower rows of teeth. Gently focus your eyes on the tip of your nose. Your tongue touches the upper palate in a relaxed way; it should happen automatically after approximately one minute of meditation.

Mentally project the mantra Sa Ta Na Ma (all "a's" are pronounced as the "a" in "father") out from your third eye. Concentrate on creating a powerful projection and internal harmony. The minimum time suggested for this meditation is 15 minutes, and you may build up to 31 minutes. (Then, to master this meditation, you can slowly build your time to 1½ hours at a sitting.) When you finish the meditation, relax, and send out blessings for peace.

Sa – totality, life

Ta – creation, birth

Na – death, transition

Ma – rebirth

Source

Morning Call or Long Ek Ong Kar Sat Nam Siri Wha He-Guru

"One meditation that I find keeps me very balanced is to chant 37-1/2 minutes of Long Ek Ong Kar (Morning Call).

Yogi Bhajan taught us that it takes 37-1/2 minutes to raise the Kundalini energy in the body until the aura vibrates and projects out into the universe.

Long Call or Ek Ong Kar Sat Nam Siri Wahe Guru

Seven Wave Sat Nam

This meditation works to clear the mind of painful thought patterns much as the ocean waves wash the shore. Vibrating the sound of Sat Nam in seven waves will lift your energy, clear your mind and open you to a renewed experience of life.

This is a bij (seed) mantra meditation.  Bij mantras such as Sat Naam are sounds which can totally rearrange the habit patterns.

We all have habit patterns—we could not function without them.  But sometimes the patterns we have created are not wanted.  You have changed, so you want the patterns to change.  By vibrating the sound current Sat Naam in this manner, you activate the energy of the mind that erases and establishes habits.

(Note: Yogi Bhajan gave me this mantra to manage my Grande Mal Seizures, without medication which worked for the last 44 years.)

Seven Wave Sat Nam

Ganpati Kriya

This meditation is said to redeem all negativity of the past and present, smooth out your day-to-day problems and create a positive tomorrow. It will change your luck and allow prosperity to flow.

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose, with a light neck lock.

Eyes: The eyes are 1/10th open. Concentrate at the Third Eye Point.

Mudra: Place the wrists over the knees, hands in Gyan Mudra, with the arms and elbows straight.

Mantra:

Saa-Taa-Naa-Maa

Raa-Maa-Daa-Saa

Saa-Say-So-Hung

Part I

Chant the mantra on a single breath, as you press the fingertips of each hand sequentially (thumb to fore finger, thumb to middle finger, thumb to ring finger, thumb to little finger) with each syllable. Use a monotone voice. Continue for 11 minutes.

Part II

Inhale deeply and hold the breath. Move the body in a slow twist and stretch motion. Move each muscle of the body. Move the head, torso, arms, back, belly and hands. Then exhale powerfully. Repeat this 5 times.

Part III

Immediately sit straight. Look at the Lotus Point, the tip of the nose. Become totally calm, absolutely still. Meditate for 3 minutes.

To End: Inhale and hold the breath for 30 seconds as you physically move and rotate your body as if it is going through spasms. Every muscle must be stretched, squeezed and turned around, from the muscles in your face, head and neck, down to your toes. Exhale. Repeat this 3 more times. Then inhale, sit calmly and concentrate on the tip of your nose for 20 seconds. Exhale, and relax.

Fire Kriya

Beginning in 2008, we entered a 5-year sequence, featuring the tattvas so that we could balance them as we entered the Aquarian Age together. This year we are exploring the Fire Tattva. The Fire Kriya shown below creates tapa (internal "heat") which purifies so that your energy is clear, your body fit, and your eyes bright. In the spring of 1978, Yogi Bhajan said that the Fire Kriya, "is a powerful, absolutely sacred, secret meditation. It will take you as far as you take it."

Posture: Sit straight in a meditative posture with neck lock.

Eyes: Eyes are closed except for small slit to let in some light (99% closed).

Mudra:Reverse Finger Lock—interlace the fingers so that both the fingers and the palms point toward the chest. Keep the fingers as straight as you can; bring the fingers together so that the pads of the fingers are touching.

Right index finger on top; left little finger on bottom, the thumb tips touch lightly. The mudra is held with the elbows at natural shoulder level so that the fingers point toward the body, at the level of the throat, above the heart. The shoulders should feel relaxed as you keep the elbows, forearms and hands parallel to the floor.

Mantra: Inhale deeply and chant four times on the breath in a steady tone: Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Whaa-Hay Guroo.

Finish: Inhale deeply, stretch the arms over your head, shake your hands, exhale, and relax.

In the spring of 1978, Yogi Bhajan said that the Fire Kriya, "is a powerful, absolutely sacred, secret meditation. It will take you as far as you take it."

Fire Kriya - KRI PDF

 

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Kundaini Yoga Mantras Starting with O - R

This section of the Kundalini Yoga Mantras contains all mantras whose first word starts with - O. Starting with Ong and ending with Ray Man Shabad.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.

This CD: Mantras of the Master, Correct Pronunciation - CD - has all the Kundalini Yoga Mantras on it. Find where you can buy it by clicking the Purchase link at the bottom of the page in the footer.

ONG

Ong

The Primal Vibration from which all creativity flows.

ONG KAR NIRANKAR

ONG KAR NIRANKAR,
NIRANKAR ONG

Ong Kar means "God, as He manifests in Creation."

Nirankar means "God without form." Together, the mantra represetns God manifested and formless.

from the BOOK: Kundalini Yoga for Youth and Joy-Yogic Bhajan p 56

ONG NAMO

(Adi Mantra - 2 variations)

ONG NAMO,
GUROO DAYV NAMO

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

Translation: I bow to (or call on) the infinite power of the universe. I call on the teacher within.

ONG - The sound of Infinity as it relates to Creation.
NAMO - I name
GURU - That which takes you from dark to light,
DEV - Unbounded Light of the Highest Consciousness
NAMO - I name" or I identify

This mantra is the one that precedes ALL Kundalini Yoga practice. It tunes one in to the Golden Chain of Teachers gone before you..

The following is a variation of the mantra.

ONG NAMO,
GURU DEV NAMO,
GURU DEV NAMO,
GURU DEVA

This version immerses you in awareness and guidance for your personal situation. Meditation for the Individual

ONG SOHUNG

(and alternative)

Ong Sohung

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

Alternative:

Ong Ongong Ong
Sohang sohang sohang

Translation: Ong means creative consciousness and So hung means I am that, a heart-opening and empowering mantra.

PARAMAYSAREH

Aad pooran
Madh pooran
Ant pooran
Parmaysureh
Parmaysureh ditaa bannaa.
Dukh rog kaa dayraa bannaa.
Anad karahi nar naaree.
Har har prabh kirpaa Dhaaree.

These sacred words are by Guru Arjan Dev, Fifth Guru of the of the Sikhs

PAVAN GURU

(PRAN BANDHA MANTRA)

Pavan pavan pavan pavan
Par para pavan guroo
Pavan guroo wha-hay guroo
Wah-haay guroo pavan guroo

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

Translation: Pavan is the air, the breath, the carrier of the prana or life force. This mantra increases the pranic energy.

Meaning of Mantra:

Pavan - The Divine Breath
Par Para - From Beyond the Beyond
Pavan Guru - The Breath is the Guru
Wahe Guru - the Experience of the Divine

" Whoever recites this mantra becomes absolutely divine, God in action. Pavan is "May the force be with you." This mantra increases the pranic energy. There is no better healing than this."

Source: The Mind book, Its Projections and Multiple Facets by Yogi Bhajan, PhD with Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, PhD

PRANA, APANA, SUSHUMNA

PRANA, APANA, SUSHUMNA
HARI, HARI, HAR,
HARI, HAR,
HARI, HAR, HARI

Prana is the life force,
Apana the eliminating force, and
Sushumna is the Central channel for that force.
This helps draw energy up the spine for healing. Hari and Har are names of God.

 

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PRITVI HAI

Pritivee Hai, Akaash Hai, Guroo Raam Daas Hai

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

Translation: Earth is. Heaven is. Guru Ram Das is.

This mantra connects the energy of the earth and the ethers or havens and balances it with the energy of Guru Ram Das.

ALL THE PROSPERITY MEDITATIONS can be found at Dasvandh. Go to prosperity Meditations at Dasvandh

RA MA

(varation)

RAA MAA

The variation

Raa raa raa raa,
Maa maa maa maa

Chanting this brings balance between the male and female energies within our own psyche.

RA MA DA SA SAY

Raa maa daa saa,
Saa say so hung

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

Listen to a beautiful verions of Ra Ma Da Sa, Sa Say So Hung on the following Youtube.

Translation:
Ra is the sun.
Ma is the moon.
Da is the earth.
Sa is infinity.
Say is Thou
So Hung is I am Thou.

NOTE:  When you chant this - Sit in Easy Pose, or in a chair with feet planted firmly on the ground, with the spine straight.

The mudra (hand position) is most important. The elbows are bent down by the sides, and are tucked comfortably but firmly against the ribs. The forearms are almost perpendicular to the floor, with the hands extended out at a 45 degree angle from the center of the body. Most importantly, the palms are perfectly flat, facing up, hands bent back at the wrists. You should feel a pull in the lowest part of your forearm as you almost hyper-extend your wrist to make the palms flat.

The fingers are kept side by side, except that the thumb is spread from the other four fingers. Eyes: Eyes are closed.

It is important to pull the navel point powerfully on the words So and Hung. NOTE:  that the word Hung is not long and drawn out. Rather, it is clipped off forcefully as you pull in the navel.

Chant one complete cycle of the entire mantra with each breath. Then deeply inhale and repeat.

Mental Focus: You can choose to mentally visualize the person or persons that you are wanting to heal, as you send this energy to them for their well­-being.

Time: Continue chanting for 11 to 31 minutes.

To end the meditation, inhale deeply and hold the breath, as you offer a healing prayer. Visualize the person you wish to heal as being totally healthy, radiant, and strong. Or at Peace if they are dying.

See the person completely engulfed in a healing white light.To complete, inhale deeply, stretch your arms up high, and vigorously shake out your hands and fingers for several seconds. Keep the arms up and hands shaking as you exhale. Repeat two more times and relax.

Yogi Bhajan said this is the most powerful healing mantra he taught. When you want to heal yourself or another, this is the mantra to use.

The Siri Gaitri Mantra, and is one of the most powerful mantras known and is extraordinarily effective in dealing with health challenges. When you want to heal yourself or other this is the mantra to use. It is powerful. It is universal. It works on many levels; the mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical. You can instill the health trend in your consciousness by injecting this strong healing vibration into your mind. Then your actions and whole being will obey that thought.

find p166 BOOK: Kundalini Yoga by Shakta Kaur Khalsa

In the words of Yogi Bhajan, Master of White Tantric and Kundalini Yoga, who openly taught this healing mantra to the Western world,

"It has worked for three thousand, four hundred years, why should it not work now?"

RAM RAM HARI RAM

Ram Ram Hari Ram

Translation:

Ram, Raa is sun, Ma is moon. Together, they are Ram, God's creativity. Hari, Seed of God

Posture and Practice: Sit with a straight spine. Bring your left arm up parallel to the ground, elbow bent, hand in front of your heart center, palm facing the Earth. Stretch your right arm out to the side and bend your elbow at a 90 degree angle with your palm facing forward, your hand in gyan mudra, fingers pointing to the Sky.

Time: 11 to 31 minutes Eyes: Close your eyes. Time: 11 to 31 minutes

End: When you finish, inhale and hold the breath for 20 to 30 seconds.

Relax and exhale. Then inhale and hold the breath again for 20 to 30 seconds.

Then relax the breath and the posture and sit for a few minutes in silence and gratitude, allowing the meditation to integrate into your being.

Director of Training for Kundalini Research Institute: " When you want to open your heart, stand before your soul and realize the intimacy between you and your Infinity, chant this. Listen to the mantra as you chant it. Become completely still and let the subtle structure of the sound shape the lens of your inner eye to see intuitively who you are and the next step to take." - Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, PhD

In Yogi Bhajan's Words: "This is a special Naad that preceded in time the Panj Shabd. "

(Note: Yogi Bhajan is saying that this mantra came even before the mantra Sa Ta Na Ma which is known as the Panj Shabd). It has a distinct structure to each movement of the sound.

The first Ram invokes the creativity and blessing of the universal magnetic field and existence. The second Ram consolidates and protects that magnetic field and creation. The third Ram completes and gives peace through the time of death. The final Hari's are the platform of the four corners that elevates you in consciousness as you journey across the earth.

The first half of the mantra is a relationship in Naad to the infinite and formless existence and nonexistence.

The second half is guidance through the experiences of form and earth. Together the two parts of this mantra are a polarity that takes you beyond polarity to experience and project your original self." - Yogi Bhajan

Meditation taken from Snatam Kaur's new release: Meditations for Transformation: Experience and Project Your Original Self

RAKHE RAKHANAHAR

Rakhay Rakhanahaar aap ubaariun
Gur kee pairee paa-eh kaaj savaariun
Hoaa aap dayaal manho na visaarium
Saadh janaa kai sung bhavajal taariun
Saakat nindak dusht khin maa-eh bidaariun
Tis saahib kee taayk Naanak manai maa-eh
Jis simarat sukh ho-eh sagalay dookh jaa-eh

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

Translation: Oh Savior Lord, save us and take us across. Falling at the feet ofthe Guru, our works are embellished with perfection. You have become kind, merciful and compassionate. We do not forget You from our minds. In the company of the holy, we are carried across the terrifying world ocean. In an instant, You have destroyed the faithless cynics and slanderous enemies. That Lord and Master is my anchor and support. 0 Nanak hold firm in your mind. Remembering Him in meditation, happiness comes and all sorrows and pains simply vanish.

Rakhe Rakhanhaar is one of the seven mantras Yogi Bhajan assigned in 1991 (to help us transition into the Aquarian Age) for our morning sadhana. This is a Shabad of protection against all negative forces which move against one's walk on the path of destiny, both inner and outer.

RAY MAN (Re Man) SHABAD

Ray man eh bidh jog kamaa-o
Singee saach akapat kanthalaa
Dhi-aan Bibhoot charaa-o
Taatee geho aatam bas kar kee
Bhicchhaa naam adhaarang
Baajay param taar tat har ko
Upajai raag rasaarang
Ughatai taan tarang rang
Gi-aan geet bandhaanang
Chak chak rehay dayv daanav mun
Chhak chhak bayom bivaanang
Aatam upadays bhays sanjam ko
Jaap so ajapaa jaapa
Sadaa rehai kanchan see kaayaa
Kaal na kabahoo bayaapai

Translation:

Oh my mind, practice Yoga in this way: Let Truth be your horn, sincerity your necklace, and meditation the ashes you apply on your body.

Catch your burning soul (self) and stop the flames. Let the soul (self) be the alms bowl in which you collect the sweet Naam and this will be the only support you will ever need. The Universe plays its divine music. The sound of reality is shrill, but this is where God is.

When you listen to the reality from this place of awareness the sweet essence of Raag arises. Waves of melodies, emotions, and passions arise and flow through you. Bind yourself with the song of God.

The Universe spins like a potter's wheel and from it fly demons and angels. The sage listens to this and instead of getting caught in either one, the sage drinks the nectar of the heavens and is carried to the heavens in a divine chariot.

Instruct and clothe yourself with self control. Meditate unto infinity until you are meditating without meditating. In this way, your body shall remain forever golden, and death shall never approach you.

Every year a large group gathers near Rishikesh to Chant the Re-Man.

Recitation of a shabad 11,000 time in one week; kind of like a summer solstice, a little like white tantric, perhaps like 3 years of daily mediation gracefully squeeze into 7 days.

We will sit together and continuously chant the Re-Man Shabad for 7 days until 11.000 repartitions have been completed.

Yogi Bhajan said that chanting the Re-Man 11.000 times gives one the "Golden Aura" of Sat Nam Rasayan in India

The secret of this Shabad is that it is a pure Naad Yoga.

The combination and permutation of sound is totally practical in this Shabad. The tongue creates a certain pressure on the upper palate.

This Shabad has the capacity, if man is bewitched by incurable disease, if sung properly through the tongue and mouth, can bring total health.

Each sound must be said exactly correctly. It can lead to perfect state of mental health and surrounding spirit. It is a great Shabad to meditate to especially while in Bound Lotus Kriya.

Source: Go to Bound Lotus for further information

REHIRAS SAHIB

Rehiras Sahip page

Different passages composed by various Sikh Masters. This Bani is recited at sunset. Traditionally, this is the time of day when work is done and one feels tired. This Bani adds energy (raa-hu) to one's being, to one's total concept.

Also, recite it when your worldly wealth is endangered. In Naad (Sound Language), reh means live, and raas means commodity.

Rehiras Sahib helps you when you are physically weak, or weak in money, property and earthly goods.

 

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Mul Mantra in Gurmukhi

The Mul Mantra is known as a Fate Killer. You can chant it for 11 minutes to several hours, just so long as you do it for 40 days minimum. It takes 40 days to break a habit, 90 days to get the new habit and 120 days you are the habit and 1,000 days makes you the Master of the Habit. This is the more familiar version most of chant: Ek ong kaar, Sat naam, Kartaa purakh, Nirbho, Nirvair, Akaal moort, Ajoonee, Saibhang, Gurprasaad. Jap! Aad such, Jugad such, Haibhee such, Naanak hosee bhee such.

ੴ ਸਤਿ ਨਾਮੁ ਕਰਤਾ ਪੁਰਖੁ ਨਿਰਭਉ ਨਿਰਵੈਰੁ ਅਕਾਲ ਮੂਰਤਿ ਅਜੂਨੀ ਸੈਭੰ ਗੁਰ ਪ੍ਰਸਾਦਿ ॥
Ik▫oangkār saṯ nām karṯā purakẖ nirbẖa▫o nirvair akāl mūraṯ ajūnī saibẖaʼn gur parsāḏ.
One Universal Creator God. The Name Is Truth. Creative Being Personified. No Fear. No Hatred. Image Of The Undying, Beyond Birth, Self-Existent. By Guru's Grace ~

॥ ਜਪੁ ॥
Jap.
Chant And Meditate:

ਆਦਿ ਸਚੁ ਜੁਗਾਦਿ ਸਚੁ ॥
Āḏ sacẖ jugāḏ sacẖ.
True In The Primal Beginning. True Throughout The Ages.

ਹੈ ਭੀ ਸਚੁ ਨਾਨਕ ਹੋਸੀ ਭੀ ਸਚੁ ॥੧॥
Hai bẖī sacẖ Nānak hosī bẖī sacẖ. ||1||
True Here And Now. O Nanak, Forever And Ever True. ||1||

 

Mul Mantra Explained by Amandeep Singh, and then his 11 min meditative chant.

In this double video, you will first hear Amandeep Singh's very clear explanation of this most profound kernel of understanding the Creation and our part in it!

Please join us for this wonderfully special 11 min. recitation of the Mul Mantra, the very first part of Japji by Guru Nanak that both explains the Truth of Creation/existence while the sound current--the Naad imparts incredible energy that takes you to the experience of Universal Consciousness. It is by our yogi and research scholar, Amandeep Singh.

Then you will hear his 11 min. recitation of Guru Nanak's Mul Mantra that you may chant with.

And this is how most chant the Mul Mantra:  Snatam Kaur - the Mul Mantra.