Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad Mantra

Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad mantra translation and meaning:


This Sikh mantra is the essence of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib (the Sikh sacred scripture).

Also, this is the mool mantra in Sikhism and is the most important recitation.

It is named the ”mool mantra” because it sums up the existence of God.

Moreover, it is better to practice this powerful Kundalini sacred mantra only when you really are free of negative thoughts towards anyone or anything, as it is about reversing the negative to positive.

Guru Nanak (the founder of Sikhism) taught this mantra to his son, Baba Siri Chand.

The Siri mantra brings its energy to reside in the heart chakra.

Yogi Bhajan referred to the mantra as the “Eyes of Indra,” saying that the body is a temple through which one experiences the Eternal, the Infinite, like all knowledge, wisdom, and bliss flow through you.

Mantra to reverse negative to positive complete lyrics:

”Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad, Sat Gur Prasad Ek Ong Kar.”

Mantra translation and meaning:

”There is one Creator of all Creation. All is a blessing of the One Creator. This realization comes through Guru’s Grace.”

Chanting Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad mantra benefits:

This Kundalini mantra makes the mind so powerful that it removes all hindrances.

If this magical mantra is chanted just five times, it will stop the mind and put it into reverse gear.

One of the main benefits is that it helps to connect us with our higher selves. This connection can help to promote healing on all levels – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. 

This mantra, as used in Kundalini yoga, is a specific quantum technology that uses sound vibration to affect and elevate consciousness, as well as to heal us on all levels.

Through the power of the vibrations of these specific healing sounds and their meanings, we can create positive thoughts, actions, feelings, and manifestations.

Furthermore, the mantra aligns us, our thoughts with that of the ”One Creator.” Hence, it removes all the negative energy inside us, in our hearts.

We are part of everything inside us and outside. And everything, every living being has some part of us, as we all are interconnected. We all came from that one source. Then that hatred, that negativity inside us vanishes.

Tip – recite the mantra in a steady rhythm, meditating through the Ajna chakra and concentrating on the movements of the tongue. On “Ek,” pull in the Navel Point. On syllable “Kar,” release it.

When reciting “Sat Gur,” pull in the entire abdominal region, particularly the diaphragm, lifting everything up toward the ribs and back toward the spine.

On the syllable “Prasad,” release it. Continue this contraction and release with each chanting of this mantra.

Because of the Siri mantra’s great power, Yogi Bhajan recommended first reciting (aloud or mentally) either the Ad Guray Namay or Mul Mantra, Ajai Alai, Jugad Guray Namay, Siri Guru Devay Namay, Sat Guray Namay, to put you into a higher state of consciousness.


This mantra is the only Kundalini mantra that comes with a warning.

Usually, when you recite mantras correctly, you benefit, and when you recite them incorrectly, they don’t have any side effects. However, if you recite this mantra incorrectly, it has a backlash.

This is such a potent and creative mantra that you must watch your actions and thoughts after you recite it.

It needs to be recited with respect, in a place of reverence.

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