This mantra was given by Patanjali, a great Yogi. It is said that over two thousand years ago Patanjali was lecturing students on prophets who would come in the iron age, the age of Kaliyug.
He prophesied Guru Nanak Dev Ji's coming into the world and gave the "Waa Yantee" mantra which describes Wahe Guru. The "Waa Yantee" mantra also predicted the coming of the "Wahe Guru" mantra.
The "Wah Yantee" mantra is known for awakening the intuition. Wha Yantee is one of the mantras on every Aquarian Sadhana CD. According to Yogi Bhajan the practice of this mantra is the culmination of hundreds of years of prayer.
Jag Dut Patee,
Aadak It Whaa-haa,
Brahmaaday Trayshaa Guroo
It Wha-hay 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: Great Macroself, Creative Self. All that is creative through time, all that is the Great One. Three aspects of God: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh. That is Wahe Guru.
Wah Yantee: Patanjali's Song
Teacher: Sada Sat Kaur
Posture: Sit in easy pose or on a chair (hands in lap both feet comfortably on the ground.)
Eyes: Close your eyes and look at your 3rd eye point, or just relax the eyes closed.
Mantra: Wah Yantee Kar Yantee Jag Dut Patee, Aadak It Whaa-Haa Brahmaaday, Trayshaa Guru It Wahe Guru
Translation: All that is creative through time, all that is the Great one. Three aspects of God: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh. that is Wahe Guru.
Time: 7 or 11 minutes
End: Inhale deeply, hold the breath while stretching the arms up and maintaining the hand position. Continuing to stretch, exhale. Repeat 2 times and relax.
Practicing this meditation, she says, the entire creation becomes your friend as the mantra awakens your intuition. The practice of this mantra, given by Rishi Patanjali, is the culmination of thousands of years of prayer.
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