☬ The Adi Mantra ☬
Before we begin any Kundalini Yoga practice, we ‘tune in’ by chanting the Adi Mantra, “ONG NAMO GURU DEV NAMO.” The translation of the mantra is based off of what it does.
ONG translates to that infinite creative wisdom, all that is, the fabric of our universe. So when we chant the mantra ONG we are vibrating the pituitary gland, the frontal lobe, the third eye. NAMO translates to I bow in deep reverence or I make myself a vessel for. When we chant NAMO we are vibrating our heart chakra and thymus gland. GURU is properly pronounced /ˈɡo͝odo͞o/ where the tongue must flick the upper palate of the mouth. GU means Darkness, RU means Light, so GURU is that which delivers us from darkness into the Light or from ignorance into knowledge. DEV is like the divine, transparent, unseen. So when we chant GURU DEV the navel comes in and energy projects out, lifting the energy in our body up. The mantra seals with another NAMO.
We chant the Adi Mantra three times to begin a Kundalini Yoga practice. It protects us in the sense of remaining humble and recognizing that there’s a greater intelligent force at work here, we are simply a vessel. It also connects us to the Golden Chain which is the unbroken chain of teacher to student to teacher going back thousands of years to time of origin for these ancient sacred practices. This is an energy field that supports us through our practice, blessing us with wisdom, giving thanks to the teachers that have brought forth these sacred technologies so that we may practice them. Give Thanks & Many Blessings.
SAT NAM WAHE GURU JI
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