Ajai Alai mantra was written by the Warrior Saint Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs and last of the ten human forms Gurus of Sikhism.
The mantra is written in Gurmukhi and is part of Jaap Sahib (the morning prayer of the Sikhs).
This soothing mantra contains the vibrations of connection, peace, prosperity, and many other qualities, and its impact is powerful, even if the meaning of each word is not known.
Additionally, this Sikh mantra is like a laundry list of the Divine’s awesome qualities.
”Ajai Alai Abhai Abai Abhoo Ajoo Anaas Akaas Aganj Abhanj Alakkh Abhakkh Akaal Dyaal Alaykh Abhaykh Anaam Akaam Agaaha Adhaaha Anaathay Pramaathay Ajonee Amonee Na Raagay Na Rangay Na Roopay Na Raykhay Akarmang Abharmang Aganjay Alaykhay.”
Ajai Alai mantra translation and meaning:
Tips – understanding the meaning of the mantra adds another layer of effectiveness to the chanting.
For better results, correct pronunciation of the mantra is necessary.
Ajai Alai – Indestructible, Invincible.
Abhai Abai – Fearless, Unchanging.
Abhoo Ajoo – Unformed, Unborn.
Anaas Akaas – Imperishable, Etheric
Aganj Abhanj – Impenetrable, Unbreakable.
Alakkh Abhakkh – Unseen, Unaffected.
Akaal Dy-aal – Undying, Merciful.
Alaykh Abhaykh – Indescribable, Uncostumed.
Anaam Akaam – Nameless, Desireless.
Agaah Adhaah – Unfathomable, Incorruptible.
Anaathay Pramaathay – Unmastered, Destroyer.
Ajonee Amonee – Beyond birth, Beyond silence.
Na Raagay Na Rangay – Beyond love, Beyond color.
Na Roopay Na Raykhay – Beyond form, Beyond shape.
Akarmang Abharmang – Beyond karma, Beyond doubt.
Aganjay Alaykhay – Unconquerable, Indescribable.
Mantra chanting benefits:
Chanting this Kundalini mantra transforms your own vibration by bringing you into alignment with the qualities and characteristics of the Divine and activating them to turn on inside of you.
When you are one with your spirit, then there’s too much light, positivity, and lightness for the heaviness of sadness and the darkness of anger to remain.
Furthermore, when you recite this mantra with a sincere heart, you have the power to surpass anything. Also, once you chant the mantra correctly, it will give you the power so that whatever you say (only for the good of all) must happen.
Moreover, reciting mantras (aloud or mentally) clears and purifies our subconscious, and the mantra creates a vortex that pulls out the energy of the subconscious that is no longer useful. It pulls out despair, it pulls out grief, it pulls out anger.
In Kundalini yoga, this mantra is practiced to give you great strength to overcome any hindrance and to lift you from depression and anger. It is meant to be practiced whenever you need these healing vibrations.
“Whenever you are in trouble mentally or you are being attacked in one way or another, chant these sacred words and opposition will dissolve in your face.” – Yogi Bhajan
When your own voice embodies words of the Divine, words of inspiration, it becomes the agent that reveals and transforms you into the beautiful being that you are.
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