This mantra is from Sikh tradition.
Practicing the mantra balances the functioning of the endocrine system, which normalizes the production of hormones, and that generates a general wellness system.
The benefits of mantra meditation are the same as the benefits of any other type of meditation method.
A mantra is simply used as the anchor to help settle and focus your mind.
By combining the sounds, rhythm, and breathing, mantra meditation practice can concentrate the flow of energy in our mind-body circuit, allowing us to adjust the chemical reactions in our body,
Reciting (aloud or mentally) the sacred sound of the mantra allows us to project ourselves toward a sense of inner satisfaction and a sense of independence. We will not moan over more than what we have, but we’ll be fine just as we are.
More importantly, if you sense there may be a lid or lock in your heart, or simply want greater heart opening to experience more love flowing in your life, do this heart opening meditation.
At the end of the day, the mantra is meant to bring you back to simplicity. We live in such a complex world that it’s easy to get lost in all the details. Ancient mantras can help you circle back to the simplistic approach to life and focus on those things that inspire you and truly make you happy.
Sat Kartar mantra meaning in English:
”God is the Doer.”
This mantra can also be translated as “Doer of the Truth” and, when repeated as an affirmation, will increase the energy flow of the heart.
The word “Sat” in the mantra is first identifying the Soul’s True Sound. “Kartar” literally translates as ”Doer,” and when the two words are mixed, it is to say “Doer, Manifestor, or Walker of the Truth.”
Developing a daily meditation practice helps you to cultivate a more peaceful, present, and balanced lifestyle, which ripples out into every other aspect of your day to day life. Sacred mantras can help bring you back to that present state of mind.