“There is no better healing than this. The mantra is for pranic energy, to increase the pranic energy.

When this mantra becomes perfected, siddhi, there is no knowledge in the universe which shall not dawn on you.” – Yogi Bhajan.

This is a Sikh mantra, from Guru Nanak’s Japji. Japji Sahib is a Sikh powerful prayer, that appears at the beginning of the holy scripture of the Sikhs – Guru Granth Sahib, the living Guru.

Japji Sahib prayer is thought to be the first composition of Guru Nanak and considered as the faith’s most comprehensive essence in Sikh tradition. Furthermore, the prayer is regarded amongst the most important Bani or ”set of verses” by the Sikhs practitioners.

Pran Bandha mantra lyrics in Gurmukhi:

„Pavan Pavan Pavan Pavan
Par Para Pavan Guru
Pavan Guru Wahe Guru
Wahe Guru Pavan Guru.”

Pavan Guru mantra meaning:

”The air, the air, the air, the air. The Infinity and beyond the Infinity. The air is the Guru. The air is the Guru. Wha! The Guru is beyond description. Wha! The Guru is wonderful. The air is the Guru.”

Chanting Pavan Guru mantra benefits:

This pranic mantra takes you beyond those finite attachments. In addition, this mantra opens the door to another dimension of the Higher Self.

All ancient mantras have equal potency or spiritual power. It is quite incorrect if you state that one sacred mantra is superior to another. Mantras work quietly at a profound layer of the being – at the level of vibration, at the level beyond the atomic structure.

Chanting the mantra for 15 minutes daily can produce a considerable beneficial effect on you. It will help you to calm the monkey mind, settle the thought process and realize the Higher Self. The sound of the mantra produces instant healing vibrations and takes the practitioner to a state of mental stillness. The mantra also purifies the atmosphere.

Moreover, reciting Kundalini mantras, either in your mind or out loud, is a conscious practice of controlling and directing the mind. Sorrow, happiness, regret, and joy are vibratory frequencies in the mind.


Recite the mantra with powerful and sincere intention and in a sacred space. Using the mantra in a mantra meditation deepens your intuition and heightens your sense of inner knowing.