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"It's hard to express in words how much the Sadhana has meant to me. Throughout my life, I've always struggled to separate my own emotions from others'. After only the first few days, I distinctly recall feeling my own energy. Feeling alive. Feeling whole. Saying to myself, "Oh, this is what it feels like to be me!" Through the practice, I found my own voice and found the courage to start sharing it with the world. It has set my life on a whole new course.

- Mike


What is Sadhana?

SADHANA: Sanskrit साधन


Sadhana means daily spiritual practice. The idea of Sadhana, is that for even if it is just 15 minutes right when you wake up, you get to think of you and only YOU. Truly, a sadhana can be anything that makes your heart sing. It can be meditation, a morning run or something creative. There is only one rule -- that you commit to it every day, no matter what. However, this guide specifically explains a traditional Kundalini Sadhana practice that I do daily.


It is the foundation of all spiritual endeavors. You can see in almost every spiritual tradition they encourage some kind of devotional morning practice. Sadhana is your personal, individual spiritual effort. It is the main tool you use to work on yourself to achieve the purpose of life. It can be done alone or in a group. Sadhana is whatever you do consistently to clear your own consciousness so you can relate to the infinity within you. Before you face the world each day, do yourself a favor—tune up your nervous system and attune yourself to your highest inner self. To cover all your bases, it will include exercise, meditation, mantra and prayer. Yewwww!

During what are called the “ambrosial hours” (the two and a half hours just before sunrise), when the sun is at a sixty-degree angle to the Earth, the energy you put into your sadhana gets maximum results. That special time is called Amrit Vela, which translates as the Nectar of God. Your world is quieter. The rest of the world is asleep. You are up and there is something about the collective chitta that is peaceful. Still. It’s easier to meditate and concentrate before the hustle and bustle of the day begins. If you absolutely cannot get up early in the morning to do sadhana, then do it some other time! Doing sadhana at any time of the day or night will benefit you. 

Develop a regular sadhana and you take control of your life. Develop a deep sadhana and you open the doors of experience. Commit to meet your higher Self each morning and your decisions and your life become origina and authentic to youl; your life will bear the signature of your Unique Soul; your radiance will express the meaningful intimacy of the Infinite in each moment. Immerse yourself in the joy of victory that comes from starting each day with a powerful sadhana and every challenge becomes opportunity


The Aquarian Sadhana attunes your gunas, your chakras, and your mind to the change of the Age. This is a crazy time, even crazier with COVID and our world requiring a neutral attitude and graceful ability to adapt. The time to do Sadhana is NOW. We will need intuition, stamina, both physical and mental, self-awareness, and a new depth of spiritual experience that can hold our identity in the face of global changes, relentless competition, information overload, and ecological and environmental challenges.

When you give two and a half hours to a spiritual source, your entire day is covered with blessings. And who doesn’t want more blessings?

I beat my EGO every single morning as my first act. My first act of the day is a Victory.

If you can wake up at 4:30 a.m. for the Divine, You can do anything!

“The greatest reward of doing sadhana is that the person becomes incapable of being defeated. Sadhana is a self-victory, and it is a victory over time and space. Getting up is a victory over time, and doing it is a victory over space." 

Outline of a Kundalini Aquarian Sadhana:


  • Read this WHOLE webpage​!

  • Download ZOOM app

  • Set your alarm. Suggestion - 4:10 AM (If you are new to this ,maybe set a few alarms haha)

  • Wake up gently, stretch slowly while you are still in bed.

  • Shower - preferably with a cold shower, purifying your body and preparing it for the day ahead.

(Read more on hydrotherapy. Read more about cold therapy from advocate, the “Iceman” Wim Hof.)

  • Wear comfortable clothes that were not slept in

  • You can even cover your head with any sort of natural cloth or hat.

  • Create a sacred physical space for your daily practice, decorate it with inspiring images, flowers, crystals, or whatever suits you!

  • I sit on a sheepskin. You can also practice on a natural-fiber blanket or yoga mat.

  • Download PDF Kriya/Meditation/Mantra Sheet to print

  • Download Japji Translations



Sadhna begins 4:30 AM with a specific sound current called “Jaap Ji Sahib”

Download Japji Translations

People either sit up and meditate to it or join along in the chant, if they read it or have it memorized.

It takes 25 minutes to finish chanting.

You could spend lifetimes studying this mantra. Find out the effects of the pauris (verses)



Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo (the Adi Mantra)

I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher within.
This mantra is used for “tuning in” to the divine flow and self-knowledge within each of us

Ad Guray Nameh

Jugad Guray Nameh

Sat Guray Nameh

Siri Guru Devay Nameh


I bow to the primal wisdom.

I bow to the wisdom through the ages.

I bow to the true wisdom.

I bow to the great unseen wisdom.

This mantra (also known as the Mangala Charan Mantra) clears the clouds of doubt and opens us to guidance and protection. 



This is our specifically chosen yoga set. Details Below.

Please note that this a very quiet devotional time and the yoga set is not as instructional as a regular class and people follow the Sadhna leader in the exercises to the best of their capacity.



(Deep relaxation for about 7 minutes)



(11 minutes of chosen meditation. Details Below.)



Finally the group gets into chanting a series of 7 chants, designed to attune our mental, emotions and subtle energies to a frequency that allows us to awake, aware, sensitive and strong.

*Morning Call (Long Ek Ong Kars)

*Wah Yantee

*Mul Mantra

*Sat Siri Siri Akaal

*Rakhe Rakhan Har

*Wahe Guru Wahe Jio

*Guru Ram Das Chant

I have listed these 7 mantras, translations and benefits in detail below.



Sing Long Time Sun Blessing:

May the long-time sun shine upon you
All love surround you, And the pure light within you
Guide your way on, Guide your way on, Guide your way on.

Chant "SAT NAM" Together


You can either go back to bed for a post Sadhana nap "lol"

or stay up to journal, make art, play an instrument, walk outside in nature, begin your day or continue in your deep meditative state in any way you want!

The main reason for repeating an action every day for forty days is to ingrain it as a habit, a new discipline.  Through repetition, an internal pattern becomes to take hold.   It’s momentum and flow carry you as you feel the rhythms of your body change and come more aligned.  The practice that was once challenging becomes something to look forward to! 


The main benefits of Sadhana are:

  • COMMITMENT – doing sadhana every morning, setting as a priority “no matter what” says that you want to deepen your personal growth, understanding of life and conscious evolution. You are placing your state of being first and understanding all your experiences in your day are influenced and flow from your mental, emotional and physical state of being. We can set a true state and engage life from there.

  • DISCIPLINE – the mind and ego are wily, trickster and will use all kinds of excuses to try and keep you from creating a disciplined practice of connecting and developing the Self. Committing to Sadhana every single day builds discipline as we learn not to listen to the mind and the ego.

  • EVOLUTION – you’re either changing and growing as a person, or you’re stagnating. Do you want to tap into your inner potential? Morning Sadhana is one way to make sure that every single day is just a little bit better than the last one, no matter what else is going on in your life.

  • FOUNDATION OF SELF – a Sadhana is like tilling a garden and planting a seed. Every day of practice you support an environment for your essence to sprout and blossom. Sadhana helps you find your foundation……your essence and express and grow from there.

40 Days:

Practice every day for 40 days straight. This will break any negative habits that block you from the expansion possible through the kriya or mantra.

90 Days:

Practice every day for 90 days straight. This will establish a new habit in your conscious and subconscious minds based on the effect of the kriya or mantra. It will change you in a very deep way.

120 Days:

Practice every day for 120 days straight. This will confirm the new habit of consciousness created by the kriya or mantra. The positive benefits of the kriya get integrated permanently into your psyche.

1000 Days:

Practice every day for 1000 days straight. This will allow you to master the new habit of consciousness that the kriya or mantra has promised. No matter what the challenge, you can call on this new habit to serve you.

The idea is after true dedication you will level up!

Levels of Sadhana:

  1. Sadhana

  2. Aradhana

  3. Prabhupati

Why 40 Days?


STAGE 1: Cleaning the Subconscious

This stage is when you will be in battle with your EGO. You ego will be strong. The negative mind will also be strong. This is when you need to exercise your WILL. The will of you Soul. Your Mind will be coming up with a million of excuses why you should not wake up. Your alarm clock will go off and then a voice will convince you to go back to sleep.

At first Sadhana seems like a negative activity, something you have to "force" yourself to do. It seems like it comes at the cost of fun, a good nights sleep and requires you to change your life. This is normal to not want to do the practice. But you DO IT ANYWAYS!

"It seems that on a daily basis, when you do sadhana, nothing happens. But you don’t do it out of greed. You do it to conquer your laziness, your ego, your stupidity, with your essence of commitment. That’s all sadhana is. We don’t do it to 'get' anything."

Do it in DEVOTION.



STAGE 2: Connecting to the universal "Self"


After some time, potentially after a few completed 40 day sadhana commitments or even after a few years of developing a relationship to your sadhana practice - the negative feelings about getting up are gone.

As Sadhana becomes Aradhana, only positive feelings are left as a result of your personal experience.

You do your Sadhana Wholeheartedly! The higher mind is available to connect to the Universal Self.

You have had glimpses into infinity and felt a part of that infinite Oneness.

We have experienced the inner self and finally REALLY understand the sacredness and necessity of this practice.

You truly have the ability to look at your patterns and ask yourself how you want to show up in life.

However we can also get stuck at this stage.

The resistance is no longer from whether or not you want to practice - but more from realizing one day you are just going through the motions. You find that sometimes you might fall asleep in the middle of the mantras, the meditation is mechanical, or you move through the poses without conviction or passion. Maybe you chant the words of the mantra but you don't FEEL the mantra.

An example of this stage is when you are climbing a mountain. You make it to a high plateau and you stop to rest and look out at the valley below. However, if you stay here too long you might forget the reason you started the climb was to reach the peak. We might procrastinate climbing to the top because this level is so comfortable. We know the rest of the climb to the peak will be harder, narrower, stepper - but REMEMBER why you committed to Sadhana in the first place! This is an amazing accomplishment to get to this level of commitment and discipline but keep going!

Keep refining your practice and your discipline.


STAGE 3: Mastery of the Universe

Prabhupati literally means "Spouse of God"

Once Aradhana has cleared the subconscious, you enter into Mastery of the Universe! This is a pure state of neutrality.

You have developed the capacity to see the higher perspective of your life. Our motivation is neutral. We are not motivated by any "finite" thing we are only motivated by the infinite.

We stop being attached to our past, material belongings, hopes, so that we can creatively act in the highest consciousness in each moment.

This stage represents the opening of the "Super - Consciousness"

The subconscious mind has merged with the conscious mind and there is no longer any conflict between them!

Everything is experienced in harmony, even if the outward situations "seem" challenging or disastrous.

You feel the pain of the entire cosmos and the joy of the entire universe, yet remain in the neutral and sublime state of the mind.

A person who is true to their Sadahana begins to glow! They literally become a shining light that can guide and hold space for others. A daily Sadhana is necessary for any spiritual teacher.


Those who have reached this divine relationship with Sadhana have a presence that can be felt.

Their presence alone simply reminds people of "god" They embody grace.


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7 Aquarian Mantras

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Connect to the infinite Universe, Oneness



This mantra initiates the kundalini, initiating the relationship between our soul and the Universal Soul. It opens all the chakras. Be sure to apply Neck Lock to let the Kundalini energy rise. This mantra is used as the cornerstone of morning sadhana, and is also called Long Chant, Morning Call, and the Adi Shakti Mantra. This mantra initiates the kundalini, initiating the relationship between the soul and the Universal Soul. It balances all of the chakras. Though it is part of morning sadhana, it can be chanted at any time.

This mantra is known as the Ashtang Mantra for the Aquarian Age. It will open the solar plexus, which in turn will charge the solar centers. The person will get connected with the Cosmic Energy, and thus will be liberated from the cycle of time and karma. This mantra has eight vibrations, and describes the glory of "God". (Or whatever wod YOU use!)


Ek Ong Kaar

One Creator and creation are ONE.

Sat Naam

Truth is His Name, Your truest unique vibrational identity is the ONENESS.

Siri Wahe Guru

Great beyond description. WOW I am in awe of this Infinite Wisdom.


Chant in a 2-1/2 breath cycle, in the following manner and try not to let the pitch fall:

Inhale deeply and as you pull in the navel abruptly, chant Ek. Then Ong Kaar is drawn out. Give equal time to Ong and Kaar. On Ong let the sound resonate in the upper cavity of the head, by closing the back of the throat and vibrating the upper palate, and allowing the sound to come through the nose.

Inhale deeply and as you pull in the navel abruptly, chant Sat. Then Naam is drawn out. Then, just as you get to the end of the breath, add a quick Siree (pronounced S'ree).

Inhale half a breath, pull in the navel abruptly, chant Whaa. Then Hay Guroo (Hay should be relatively short, Guroo is pronounced G'roo and is drawn out, but not too long.)

Our Chosen Kriya + Meditation:

Kriya: TBD

This entire set will make your mind fresh, you'll have grit's. It takes away fear and you'll experience yourself,

you'll 'feel' yourself.

the mind will heal itself.

the body will heal itself.

If you cannot retain these three exercises comfortably for a total of the 3 minutes, then something in you is "dying" AKA not growing!
Do the best you can, for as long as you can :)
You know you need this set when your weight has increased for no apparent reason, you have acquired fat in the area underneath your navel, your liver is not working well, and/or your metabolism is not functioning well.


Options of neck rolls, sufi grids, spinal twists, or cat cow


Squat down on the toes, knees wide apart. Heels are touching, and raised up off the ground. Place the fingertips on the ground between the knees. The face is forward. Inhale as you raise the hips up, keeping the fingertips on the ground, heels up, knees locked. Exhale down, face forward, knees outside of arms. 


*Frog Pose works on opening the flow of energy in the second chakra area of the body, the pelvis and sex organs. It builds your sexual potency and balances the sexual energies. This energy is a very vital energy and again the kidneys play an important role in transforming this energy into Ojas, a vital life fluid that sustains our body. Doing Frog Pose can certainly help you to work with themes connected to the second chakra like your self-esteem, sexuality, creativity and fear. It’s an exercise that can help you tap back into the flow of life.


Raise the arms up to a 60 degree angle. Keep the elbows straight and the shoulders down. Apply Neck Lock. Curl the fingertips on to the pads of the palms at the base of the fingers. Thumbs are stretched back, pointing towards each other.


*Ego Eradicator opens the lungs, consolidates the magnetic field, aura and brings the brain hemispheres to a state of alertness.

In yogic theory, the thumbs represent the ego. By pointing them up to the heavens, we are making a statement that we are going to go beyond the thoughts of the ego and access our higher selves. I also like to think of the arm position as a way to become a funnel, a way to decide what to bring into my experience.


1. Sit in CHILD POSE (Baby Pose) Sitting on heels, forehead is on the ground in front of you, arms are behind you resting at your sides. 3 min.

2. FISH POSE - From CHILD POSE, lean back until you are lying on your back (but still with your heels underneath your buttocks) and do BREATH OF FIRE 3 Minutes.


3. CHAIR POSE (Feet flat on ground, bend over forward trying to keep the back parallel to the ground and grasp your feet from the outside, reaching inside between your knees to do so. In this position, stick your tongue way out and do BREATH OF FIRE through the mouth. (3 Minutes).

4. For the final five minute relaxation, sit in EASY POSE MEDITATION

(Sukhasan) with your arms at shoulder height parallel to the ground, palms down, right arm resting on left while you breathe very, very slowly, SILENTLY MENTALLY CHANTING: HAREE, HAREE, HAREE about 84 times on the INHALATION, and silently mentally chanting: HAR, HAR, HAR, . . . about 84 times on the EXHALATION. (About twelve seconds each).

''HAREE'' calls upon the Creative energy and ''HAR'' is joining the infinite universe within and without.

5. Deep Relaxation (7 min)

Surrender and let the activated and expanded energy integrate and balance.

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This is one of the greatest meditations you can practice. It has considerable transformational powers. The personal identity is rebuilt, giving the individual a new perspective on the Self.

It retrains the mind. According to the tantra shastras, it can purify your past karma and the subconscious impulses that may block you from fulfilling you. It balances all the 27 facets of life and mental projection, and gives you the pranic power of health and healing.

It establishes inner happiness and a state of flow and ecstasy in life. It opens your inner universe to relate, co-create, and complete the external universe. 

Treat the practice with reverence and increase your depth, dimension, caliber, and happiness.

It gives you a new start against all odds.



Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine, and a light Neck Lock.


The eyes are fixed at the tip of the nose. (This meditation is not to be done with the eyes closed.)


a) Block the right nostril with the right thumb. Inhale slowly and deeply through the left nostril. Suspend the breath.

Mentally chant the mantra Wha-Hay Gu-Roo 16 times.

Pull the navel in 1/3 of the way on Wha, 1/3 farther on Hay, and all the way in on Guroo. Repeat this process, mentally chanting the mantra.

b) After the 16 repetitions, unblock the right nostril. Place the right index finger (pinkie finger can also be used) to block off the left nostril, and exhale slowly and deeply through the right nostril.

Continue repeating a) and b).


Continue for 11 - 31 minutes. Master practitioners may extend this practice to 62 minutes, then to 2-1/2 hours a day.


Inhale, hold the breath 5-10 seconds, then exhale. Stretch the arms up and shake every part of your body for 1 minute, so the energy can spread.


Meditation: Sodarshan Chakra Meditation 


“Of all the 20 types of yoga, including Kundalini Yoga, this is the highest Kriya. This meditation cuts through all darkness.

It will give you a new start.

It is the simplest kriya, but at the same time the hardest.

It cuts through all barriers of the neurotic or psychotic inside-nature.

When a person is in a very bad state, techniques imposed from the outside will not work. The pressure has to be stimulated from within.

The tragedy of life is when the subconscious releases garbage into the conscious mind. This kriya invokes the Kundalini to give you the necessary vitality and intuition to combat the negative effects of the subconscious mind.

There is no time, no place, no space, and no condition attached to this mantra. Each garbage point has its own time to clear. If you are going to clean your own garbage, you must estimate and clean it as fast as you can, or as slow as you want."

Download PDF Kriya/Meditation/Mantra Sheet to print



An incredibly ancient mantra, written in Sanskrit by the father of the yoga sutras and the eight-limbed ashtanga path, Patanjali. It is said that over two thousand years ago Patanjali was lecturing students on prophets who would come in the iron age, the age of Kaliyug. 

It comes second of the sadhana chants - relates to the second chakra - the sacral center - for creativity.

This mantra initiates the kundalini, initiating the relationship between our soul and the Universal Soul. It opens all the chakras. Be sure to apply Neck Lock to let tWith this mantra, we strengthen the connection with the infinite self, the part of us beyond the physical world, beyond creation.

Wah Yantee is just such a tool that you can use to plug into the equation: human + Wah Yantee = intuition.


Waah Yantee - Great Macroself

Kar Yantee - Creative Self

Jag Dut Patee - All that is creative through time

Aadak It Waahaa-  All that is the Great One

Brahmaadeh Tresha Guru - Three aspects of God: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh

It Wahe Guru - That is Wahe Guru

sat siri sadhana

Remind yourself you are timeless, beyond death


When we chant this mantra we affirm that we are timeless, deathless beings. It is known for giving victory in all aspects of life.

It is said that when we are challenged in life there are three impulses we confront: One is to be alone/to withdraw, another to deny or fantasize about the future, another to live greedily or in scarcity instead of prosperously.  This mantra is to help one overcome these tendencies and give courage and caliber.

Language: Gurmukhi


Sat Siri Siri Akal:

Truth, Projective Prosperity, Greatness, Great Undying One Who Knows No Death

Siri Akal Maha Akal:

Great Undying One Who Knows No Death, Infinite Who is Deathless

Maha Akal Sat Nam:

Infinite Who is Deathless, Truth as Identity, Identity of All That Is

Akal Murat Wahe Guru:

Embodied Form, Image of the Infinite, Ecstatic Totality of God and Existence

rakha rakhan har sadhana

For protection and strength



This is a mantra of protection against all negative forces, inner and outer, which are blocking us from moving on our true path. It cuts like a sword through every opposing vibration, thought, word, and action.

Rakhay rakhanahaar aap ubaaria-an

Gur kee pairee paa-i kaaj savaari-an

Hoaa aap da-iaal manaho na visaari-an

Saadh janaa kai sang bhavajal taari-an

Saakat nindak dusht khin maa-eh bidaari-an

Tis saahib kee tayk Naanak manai maa-eh

Jis simrat sukh ho-i sagalay dookh jaa-eh


You who is my keeper and sustainer,

Uplifting and elevating my situation.

When I surrender myself at your feet (lotus feet of the Guru,) everything begins to resolve and solve itself!

You have become merciful, kind, and compassionate; and I don't need to figure anything out with my limited mind.

Working through other beings, people in my life, you take us from misfortune - find a way to get me to the shore.

Godless, slanderous enemies—you finish them in timelessness. Listening to your guidance I am unaffected by any animosity or manipulation.

That great Lord is my anchor. By taking refuge in your vast infinity, my mind can surrender to your Will.

Nanak, keep firm in your mind, by meditating and repeating His Name

Whoever becomes aware of this unlimited ocean of peace, all their pain and suffering goes away!

wah yantee sadhana

For creative flow and intuition



An incredibly ancient mantra, written in Sanskrit by the father of the yoga sutras and the eight-limbed ashtanga path, Patanjali. It is said that over two thousand years ago Patanjali was lecturing students on prophets who would come in the iron age, the age of Kaliyug. 

It comes second of the sadhana chants - relates to the second chakra - the sacral center - for creativity.

This mantra initiates the kundalini, initiating the relationship between our soul and the Universal Soul. It opens all the chakras. Be sure to apply Neck Lock to let the energy flow. With this mantra, we strengthen the connection with the infinite self, the part of us beyond the physical world, beyond creation.

Wah Yantee is just such a tool that you can use to plug into the equation: human + Wah Yantee = intuition.


Waah Yantee - Great Macroself

Kar Yantee - Creative Self

Jag Dut Patee - All that is creative through time

Aadak It Waahaa-  All that is the Great One

Brahmaadeh Tresha Guru - Three aspects of God: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh

It Wahe Guru - That is Wahe Guru

mul mantra sadhana

Rewrite your Destiny



The Mul Mantra is known as a Fate Killer.

The Mul Mantra literally translates as the “Root Mantra,” or the mantra from which all other mantras in the Kundalini Yoga tradition are built. It contains the core, essential truth of creation, and its vibration is so powerful that it can change your fate and help you rewrite your destiny.

The Mul mantra is the first section (or verse) of "Japji" (Channeled by Guru Nanak) Japji is the first mantra we listen to to begin our Aquarian Sadhana Practice.


There is only One, existing within everything that exists, which means also inside of you. This may be one of the hardest things for us as human beings to accept. We are spirit in form. And everything and everyone around you is this one and the same spirit. Truly embracing yourself as a divine being, one with the source, is all about self-acceptance, self love. You are not just a part of God, God is nowhere outside of you, you are God.

The Mul Mantra was given to the world by Guru Nanak, an enlightened master who lived over 500 years ago.

Language: Gurmukhi
Source: Siri Guru Granth Sahib



From the Ek (absolute oneness/Spirit), the vibrational Naad (ONG), created all Forms (KAR).


The Ek (Spirit) is our original authentic Identity. Our purest vibrational identity.


The Ek (Spirit Self) does everything and causes everything to be done.


IT (The Spirit Self) experiences No FEAR.


IT is without blame, judgement, revenge or bias.


IT is Eternal, always in a Continuum (is never Born nor Dies)


IT Has no Form (Gives rise to forms but itself has no form)


IT is Self-Sustaining, whole and complete within Itself.


The awareness of “IT” is a precious gift from the Divine Guide within me.


O my mind, Chant this truth repeatedly.


“IT” is the Primal, simple Truth.


“IT” continues to remain True through all the Ages.


“IT” is the Truth Right Now.


O Nanak! This is the unchanging, Eternal Truth.

wahe jio sadhana

To experience Divine bliss



This is a mantra of ecstasy.  Wahe Guru is said to not only be the experience of the divine, but also impart the experience of the divine. Jio is said to impart an affectionate relationship to/with the divine.


Language: Gurmukhi


Wha-hay guroo wha-hay guroowha-hay guroo wha-hay jeeo

Wahe is a statement of awe and ecstasy.
Guru is the one who brings us from darkness to light.
Wahe Guru is an expression of complete ecstatic awe of the Divine.

Wahe Guru

Great Beyond description is the experience of God's Wisdom

Wahe Jio

Great Beyond Description is the experience of God Blessing the Soul

ram das chant sadhana

For humility, grace and healing



This is a mantra of self-healing, humility, relaxation, protective grace, and emotional relief.

It calls on the spirit of Guru Ram Das.

The Guru Ram Das mantra is an ashtang mantra. Ashtang mantras have eight parts. They catalyze the kundalini energy to initiate through your own effort and devotion. The first part of the mantra, Guru Guru Wahe Guru, projects the mind to the Infinite, the source of knowledge and ecstasy. The second part, Guru Ram Das Guru, means “the wisdom that comes as a servant of the Infinite.”

This mantra projects the mind to the Infinite and then brings finite guidance on a practical level.

It opens the Heart Center (4th chakra) so that we can feel and effortlessly radiate universal love. We call on Guru Ram Das in praise of his spiritual guiding light and protective grace.

Language: Gurmukhi


Wha-hay guroo wha-hay guroowha-hay guroo wha-hay jeeo

Wahe is a statement of awe and ecstasy.
Guru is the one who brings us from darkness to light.
Wahe Guru is an expression of complete ecstatic awe of the Divine.

Wahe Guru

Great Beyond description is the experience of God's Wisdom

Wahe Jio

Great Beyond Description is the experience of God Blessing the Soul


Raaj Yog as a very particular state of consciousness. It is living as a yogi on the inside, and as a king on the outside. It is being able to see the unseen, known the unknown and hear the unheard. The throne of Raaj Yog was given to Guru Ram Das because he achieved this state of consciousness. Did he achieve it by leaving the world behind and doing severe yogic practices? No. He achieved it by meditation on the Shabad while living as a husband, father, and son-in-law, who earned his living and served his community. No one knows what personal yoga or meditations Guru Ram Das may have practiced. But the stories are clear that his devotion was unparalleled.

After he became the Guru, he had a particular habit. Travelers would arrive every day to meet with him. In the evening, Guru Ram Das would dress very humbly, and go to where the travelers were resting, to wash their feet. The next day, when the travelers had a chance to meet Guru Ram Das for the first time, they were surprised to find it was the foot-washer they had met the night before, now sitting upon the Guru’s throne.

Stories of Guru Ram Das’s humility and grace circulated far and wide. In time, those stories made it back to the Udhaasee community, the first sect established by Guru Nanak. In the almost four decades that had passed since Guru Nanak’s time, Baba Siri Chand had continued the work his father assigned him. All of the schools of yoga at that time recognized Baba Siri Chand as the greatest yogi. It is said that Baba Siri Chand did not need food, he lived purely on air; and that his skin had a slightly bluish color because he was nourished only by prana. Even though he was old according to time, he did not look any older than a teenage boy. All of the schools of yoga bowed to him.

As the stories of Guru Ram Das reached his ears, Baba Siri Chand became curious. He wanted to see what had happened to the other sect, the Nanak Panthees, that originated with his father, Guru Nanak. Baba Siri Chand set out on foot towards Goindwal. When word reached Guru Ram Das that the revered son of Guru Nanak was on his way to see him, Guru Ram Das did not wait. He, too, set off on foot to meet the great yogi, Baba Siri Chand.

When the two met, Baba Siri Chand saw his father’s likeness in Guru Ram Das. Yet, the yogi questioned Guru Ram Das about his beard. “Why do you have such a long beard?” he asked the Guru. Guru Ram Das knelt down on the ground before Baba Siri Chand. He took his beard in his hands, bent over and began to wipe the dust off of Baba Siri Chand’s feet. “This beard,” he said humbly, “is to clean the feet of great saints like you.”

In that moment, Baba Siri Chand realized why his father had not left him the Guruship. While Baba Siri Chand had tremendous knowledge, and amazing yogic powers, he did not have the sense of devotion and service needed to become Guru.

Humility overcame Baba Siri Chand. As Guru Ram Das rose to his feet, Baba Siri Chand knelt down, “Oh great King, you are superior to me. You stand in my father’s place and have helped me understand why I was overlooked. You are greater than words can express. All those who look upon you shall be liberated.” With that, Baba Siri Chand bowed to Guru Ram Das. It is said that when Baba Siri Chand bowed, all the schools of yoga bowed with him.


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