Mantran, Meditationer, Musik

Ang Sang Wahe Guru

Ung sung waa-hay guroo
The dynamic, loving energy of the Infinite Source of All
is dancing within my every cell,
and is present in my every limb.
My individual consciousness merges
with the Universal consciousness.


Mantra chanting with Ang Sung Wahe Guru celebrates the realization that there is no piece or part of ourselves, no action, and no life that is not already the living vibration of the Infinite. It is all God. We are one.
Yogi Bhajan said, in The Master’s Touch, that ”…if you have put God outside of you, there’s nothing in you, and that’s why you’re suffering.” He continued, ”You need a reality that Ang Sang Wahe Guru, with every limb, with thirty trillion cells of you which change themselves every seventy-two hours, God is in you.”

This mantra is used to eliminate haunting thoughts, bring peace when there is emotional imbalance, and to counter the phobias and depression that can happen in times of war. It reminds us of the larger connection with the universe and takes us out of limited, defensive thinking.

”This mantra expresses a universal truth. Repeating it creates a thought, which gradually guides the psyche to adjust itself. It re-connects every fragmented projection of the psyche, each separated part of the body, and synchronizes the finite sense of self to the Infinite Oneness. This act of rejoining the separated parts is the quintessential act of healing. Under attack, under war, under the pressures of fear, this meditation keeps us together, conscious, and ready to act. It brings the inner peacefulness that comes only from the touch and scope of spirit.”

– A Commentary by Gurucharan Singh, KRI Director of Training

To really connect with this mantra, sit in easy pose with a straight spine and place your hands in Gyan Mudra (thumb and forefinger touching). Take as much time as you need…try 11 minutes or 31 minutes. Feel your inner guidance, the Source Energy within each cell (the Ang Sang Waheguru), and you will know the appropriate amount of time for YOU to chant.


Here you can find a nice version of the mantra!

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Ett pass som balanserar chakrasystemet

Detta enkla men kraftfulla pass öppnar enligt Kundaliniyogan upp och balanserar flödet av energi i hela chakrasystemet.
Instruktioner i pdf-format




Ordet chakra betyder livshjul och är relaterat till att ett chakra, sett framifrån, ser ut som ett hjul med ett visst antal ekrar eller uppdelningar. Läran om chakran och energier härstammar från Indiens yoga och meditationstraditioner, i Fjärran Östern har man använt sig av läran i över fyratusen år. I mer än tvåtusen år gamla skrifter, sanskrit, från Tibet talas det om chakran. Det här är egentligen inget nytt, fast det är bara de senaste tio till tjugo åren som läran har nått oss här i väster. Man kan likna våra kroppar vid stora energimottagare, vi tar in energi från allt levande som finns runtomkring oss, från djur, växter, även månen och stjärnorna är energigivare. Den mänskliga kroppen har hundratals energicentrer, både större och mindre, men det är de sju största som man refererar till som chakran, dess placering kan du se på bilden. Läs mer här.



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Meditation for the Arcline and to Clear the Karmas

This meditation is for the arcline and to clear the karma that has been stocked up in it. You’ll experience what Wahe Guru actually means.
It’s just a hand of prayer. Remember, the power of Infinity is not outside of you – it is inside of you.
When “I” and Infinity create impact, you’ll become totally divine. Otherwise there’s a duality which keeps you away from reality, and the pain is

Meditation for the arcline (instructions)

Video clip with instructions


In the tradition of Kundalini yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, the human has 10 bodies, not just one. Yogi Bhajan taught that the 6th body is the Arc Line, which is a halo that stretches around your forehead earlobe to earlobe. Women have an extra arc line that runs from nipple to nipple and assists in the bonding with an infant.
Read the full article on Spirit Voyage Blog.

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Breath of Fire

Breath of FireLearn how to do B o F (video)



Breath of fire is one of the foundational breath techniques used in the practice of Kundalini Yoga. It is important to master this breath so that it is done accurately and becomes automatic.

Breath of Fire is rapid, rhythmic, and continuous. It is equal on the inhale and exhale, with no pause between them.
It is always practiced through the nostrils with mouth closed, unless stated otherwise.
Breath of fire is powered from the navel point and solar plexus. To exhale, the air is expelled powerfully through the nose, by pressing the navel point and solar plexus back toward the spine. This feels automatic if you contract the diaphragm rapidly.
To inhale, the upper abdominal muscles relax, the diaphragm extends down, and the breath seems to come in as part of relaxation rather than through effort.
The chest stays relaxed and slightly lifted throughout the breathing cycle.

When done correctly, there should be no rigidity of hands, feet, face, or abdomen.

Breath of fire is not hyperventilation.

There are restrictions for doing breath of fire while pregnant and menstruating.

Benefits of breath of fire:
*Releases toxins and deposits from the lungs, mucous linings, and other cells.
*Expands the lung capacity and increases vital strength.
*Strengthens the nervous system to resist stress.
*Strengthens the navel chakra.
*Repairs the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
*Increases physical endurance and prepares you to act efficiently
*Adjusts the subtle psycho-electromagnetic field of the aura so that the blood becomes energised.
*Reduces addictive impulses for drugs, smoking, and unhealthy foods
*Increases oxygen delivery to the brain, facilitating a focused, intelligent, and neutral state of mind.
*Boosts the immune system and may prevent many diseases.
*Promotes synchronization of the biorhythms of the body’s systems.


Laya Yoga on Ecstasy

Laya Yoga on Ecstacy instructions

Sit in Easy Pose, eyes closed, hands in Gyan Mudra, elbows locked. Sit majestically, as though in the court of a king. Chant ”Wahay Guru for 11 minutes. To finish, inhale and hold your breath for 30 seconds, focusing on the crown of the head. Exhale and relax.

Yogi Bhajan comments:

Ecstacy exists within. It is the Infinite Pool to refresh the heart, giving strength to creating a better self and world. This meditation leads to that experience. So calm, so sleepy, like the merging of a raindrop into a vast, calm lake you reflect all, cleanse all. If you can cross all, you can know the extent of living in yourself, with balanced consciousness, playing with the Infinite.

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Meditation for Shuniya

”Shuniya” or a “zero point”s is where the mind become still and you become the observer. This way you are not the ripple of the waves, but stillness in the depths of the ocean. There is a great meditation that Yogi-Bhajan taught on 3/7/1995 (#LA827) specifically for developing shuniya. Guru Dev, the Master of Sat Nam Rasayan said this meditation, “Is an essential meditation for shuniya.”


Meditation for Shuniya Instructions:

-Arms are in front with the elbows in the rib cage

-The palms are facing up and fingers to the sides like you are receiving.

-Close your eyes and look at the tip of the nose.

-Imagine that your eyes are behind your head and looking down into the tip of your nose.

-Do long deep breathing: inhale deeply, hold, exhale slowly, hold, etc.

-Listen to Singh Kaur’s Guru Ram Das

-Continue meditation for 11 minutes.

To End:

Inhale, close your eyes and put your hands on your chest and squeeze, hold it and exhale.

Inhale, put your hands on your navel point and squeeze, hold it and exhale.

Inhale, put your hands on your sides, squeeze your ribs, hold it and exhale.

Guru Dev Singh the healer talks about how we can heal through understanding out interconnectedness. He also talks about how you can’t have compassion if you have anxiety yourself. It is through becoming completely objective (shuniya) that we can heal others.