This Kundalini mantra is a salutation to the Infinite God.
This mantra contains the vibrations of prosperity, peace, connection, and many other qualities and is understood by its impact, even if the meaning of each word is not known by the practitioner.
”Mundaa santokh saram path jholee.
Dhi-ann kee karen bibhoot.
Kinta kaal kuaaree kaa-i-aa.
Jugat dandaa partheet.
Aa-ee pant’hee sagal jamantee.
Man jeetai jag jeet.
Aadays Tisai Aadays Aad Aneel Anaad Anaahat Jug Jug Ayko Vays.”
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Aadays Tisai Aadays mantra meaning:
”Let contentment be your earrings, humility your begging bowl and meditation the ashes you apply to your physical body.
Let the thought of death be the patched coat you wear, chastity your way in the world and faith in the Lord your walking stick.
See the brotherhood and sisterhood of all humankind as the highest order of Yogis;
Overcome your mind, and you shall conquer the world.
All honor to the One, Hail the Primal Being whose attributes cannot be described, Who is without beginning, the Unstruck Sound, and whose form is One through every Age.”
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Chanting this powerful mantra is believed to instill the entire knowledge of the Supreme Consciousness without ever reading a book.
It is the yogi’s humble bowing to the Infinite.
To make the use of a Kundalini mantra more powerful, regardless of how you chant, firstly you can see the mantra as if it is being written as you recite it, and secondly, you can actively listen to it as you chant it.
“If your words have the strength of the Infinite in them and are virtuous, and you value them, you are the greatest of the great. If you do not value your words, you have no real value. Your own word is your value as a human being. Your word is your value.” – Yogi Bhajan
Moreover, chanting mantras (mentally or aloud) benefits the practitioner on multiple levels. Also, proper pronunciation of the mantra helps to stimulate different points of the body with the tongue and upper palate of the mouth. Chanting a mantra, especially in groups, helps to inspire and uplift.
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