Kundaini Yoga Mantras Starting with T
This section of the Kundalini Yoga Mantras contains all mantras whose first word starts with - T - Starting with Tav Prasaad Svaiye and ending with the Triple Mantra.
For Mantra Pronunciation:
Teree Meher Daa Bolnaa
Oh Guru Ram Das, this is my prayer to you.
May my words be from you and may my mind be a source of knowledge and
ectasy that wisdom may come as I act as a servant of the infinite.
I bow to the Primal Guru
I bow to the Guru throughout the ages
I bow to the Guru that is true here and now
I bow to the Great Guru that will always and forever be.
This chant was done by Yogi Bhajan before he lectured.
Thir ghar baisaho harijan pi-aaray
Stay steady in your own home, O dear servant of the Lord. The Ture Guru (teacher aspect of the Universal) has arranged your affairs. (pause and meditate on this). The Supreme Lord has slain the wicked and the evil. The Creator has preserved the honor of his sevant. The emperors and kings are all made subject to the one, Who drinks in the Supreme Essence of the Ambrosial Naam (name, identity or Essential Vibration). Fearlessly, mediate on the Supreme Lord. Joining the Society of the Saints, this Gift is bestowed. Entering the Sanctuary of God, the Inner-Knower, Nanak grasps the support of God, the Master.
These double vowels indicate that the sound is of slightly longer duration than the the quick single vowels, but the sound itself remains the same
This hymn can be found in the text of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh scriptures. In the full Bir, which is the original format, this song is on page 201; and in the 8 volume set, it is in Volume 2, page 669.
This is a song that was composed by the fifth Sikh Guru in the 1600's in northwest India. His name is Guru Arjan. When unrest strikes us, why not try reciting his prayer? If you do, your deep pain, anxiety, insecurity and worry can be changed! I got this mantra from Siri-Gian Kaur Khalsa's website. She has some interesting points on the page. www.soulanswer.com/steadiness.html
Aad guray nameh, jugaad guray nameh,
Translation: I bow to (or call on) the primal wisdom. I bow to (or call on) the wisdom through the ages. I bow to (or call on) the true wisdom. I bow to (or call on) the great transparent wisdom Within. True in the beginning. True throughout the ages. True at this moment Nanak says this Truth shall ever be.
This mantra clears the karma of the past present and future. Clears all types of mental, psychic, and physical obstacles in ones daily life. It protects against accidents, cuts through opposing vibrations, thoughts, words and actions. It strengthens your mind and magnetic field and keeps negativity away. Reprograms our mind so that we can operate from the Neutral Mind--so that we can move out of duality into the dance of universal polarities.MANTRAS OF THE MASTER-CD
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