Category archive: Bani

Mantra Means Something which can Control the Mind

Excerpt from Gurdwara Lecture on June 28, 1987 in Espanola, NM, USA by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan We have in Sikh dharma the base is called mool mantar. Normally in our life our mind is not under control and mantra means something which can control the mind. Word mantra means man-tra.  Whatever sets

Aad Guray Nameh

Este mantra está en el Sukhmani Sahib, el cual fue escrito por Guru Arjan Dev Ji. Es un mantra para protección y se recita para invocar energía protectora del universo. Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan enseñó que este mantra debe ser siempre cantado 3 veces seguidas. Este mantra también se canta directamente luego del Adi
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Aad Guray Nameh

This mantra is in Sukhmani Sahib, which was written by Guru Arjan Dev Ji. It is a mantra of protection and is recited to invoke the protective energy of the universe.  Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan taught that this mantra should always be chanted 3 times in a row.  This mantra is also chanted directly
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Wahe Guru – A Trikuti Mantra

Excerpt from June 24, 1987 lecture by Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan Everything is a light.  Everything is a light.  Even the worst person is a light of God.  Best person is light of God.  Between best and the worst, if you lose yourself, you have lost the trip of life.  Just remember that. Because
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How to Walk into the Unknown

This summer I have been immersed in the 19th stanza of a sacred poem, called Japji, given to us by Guru Nanak, a saint and sage of the 15th Century in Northern India. I always feel that the Naad, or the sacred sound current of the Guru, is alive and that it finds us exactly

Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan’s Words on Jaap Sahib

"Jaap Sahib" is Guru Gobind Singh's bani. Guru Gobind Singh became one with God and recited Jaap Sahib. You have to understand: the Sikhs of Guru Gobind Singh were in a position to run at the speed of a horse. What was the miracle that gave them such power? Jaap Sahib.

Bowing Jaap Sahib Instructions

BOWING JAAP SAHIB GURBANI OF GURU GOBIND SINGH POSTURE: Sit on the heels in Rock Pose, with hands on thighs. MANTRA: Recitation of Guru Gobind Singh's Jaap Sahib. MOVEMENT: Begin bowing the forehead to the floor to the Namastang rhythm: With the recitation: Bowing 4 counts, resting 1 with the music. (Consider one cycle
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Bowing Jaap Sahib – Karam Naam Barnat Sumat

"Khalsa Women’s Training Camp in the summer of 1983 was a revolutionary time for women in Sikh Dharma.  For the first time, SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji set the roots of the Khalsa women of the west deep into the identity of Guru Gobind Singh and the path of the spiritual warrior.   What we discovered
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