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Mantras of Kundalini Yoga


There are many manthras, each of which has its own characteristics, and the influence of the rhythm.
The combination of sounds, resonance and rhythm of the mantra leads to an altered state of consciousness. During the singing of mantras, it is important to clearly pronounce all the words. The overall effect mantras depends on proper feedback on reflex points tongue and oral cavity. Therefore, you should pay close attention to pronunciation and precise movements of language.


  • In the early sessions
    of Kundalini Yoga, as a rule, they sing the Adi Mantra (3 times):

ONG NAMO GURU DEV NAMO


During the singing of the mantra you have to sit with a straight spine, palms of the hands are folded so that the thumbs touching the sternum.




In this mantra is chanted the name of our universal obedience to the higher self or teacher.
Adi
Mantra opens the protective channel for the energy of Kundalini Yoga. ONG – is the creative energy of infinity, it is felt in the forms and actions. This version of the cosmic syllable OM , which is used to refer to God in absolute or unmanifested state. NAMO has the same root as the word namaste , meaning “respectful greetings.” So in India have expressed a respectful greeting, with folded palms and brings to the chest or forehead and made a bow. Together ONG NAMO means “I appeal to the infinite creative consciousness.” Guru – the teacher, or the embodiment of wisdom, which is looking for a man. DEV means “divine” in ethereal hidden meaning. NAMO, terminating mantra confirms deference and humility faithful. In general, GURU DEV NAMO means “I appeal to the divine wisdom.” So you ask your higher self to guide you to use the knowledge and energy emanating from the cosmic Ya

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  • Mul Mantra - is the root mantra of all mantras. This mantra, like a compass, leading us in the right direction, to the Creator. 

EK ONG KAR SAT NAM 

MAP PURKH NIRBHO NIRVER Akal Murat 


Arjuna SEYBHONG GURPRASAD Japa! 


BP DZHUGAD HSA HSA HSA Kheybat 


Nanak HOSHI BI HSA



Mantra means "the Creator of all things one true his name.
He does everything, fearless, without anger, undying, unborn, self-realized, realized the greatness through the Guru, Meditate: He was the truth in the beginning, at all times, and He is the Truth Now. Nanako will always be the truth. "

 

 


  • At the end of the session is usually sung mantra
    Sat Nam 3 times.

CAT NAM (sing CA-AAAAAAAAAT NAM)


This mantra is universal and applies to other types of yoga.
It transmits the sound representation of the Truth itself: CAT - the truth, the reality of what is; US - the name - "identity, identity." A brief translation of the mantra - "I am the truth." 


 Mantra sung in a ratio of 8: 1 or 35: 1, i.e.
singing while CAT 8 or 35 times more than the time we sing. This mantra can be sung to balance mental energy, and smoothing. It gives you a sense of reality. When you chant this mantra, let your mind expand to infinity. 



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