Miracle mantra lyrics:
„Guru Guru Wahe Guru
Guru Ram Das Guru.”
- Guru means guide into the light.
- Wahe means exclamation of ecstasy and bliss.
- Ram Das means servant or attendant of Creation.
More important information:
The first part of this Kundalini mantra projects your mind to the source of knowledge and ecstasy. The second part of this pacifying mantra projects your mind to infinity and gives a finite guiding relationship on a practical spiritual level.
Guru Ram Das was the 4th of the Ten Gurus of Sikhism and was given the title of Sikh Guru on 30 August 1574. He was Guru for 7 years.
Known as Jetha, which means the first born, he was a handsome young man. When the Guru grew up he could always be found in the company of religious and spiritual men.
Moreover, as a Guru, one of his principal contributions to Sikh community was organizing the structure of Sikh society.
In addition, Guru was the author of Laava, the 4 sacred hymns of the Sikh Marriage Rites. He was creator and planner of the township of Ramdaspur which became the Sikh holy city of Amritsar. Before he died, he nominated his youngest son as the next Guru of the Sikhs – Guru Arjan Dev.
There are 688 sacred hymns of Guru Ram Dass inserted in Guru Granth Sahib (the central religious text of Sikhism) which have various teachings for Sikhs. Guru Sahib’s Bani is also an important part of Rehras Sahib and Kirtan Sohila which are essential daily prayers of Sikhs.
Chanting Guru Ram Das Mantra benefits:
This miracle mantra of Guru allows us to develop the miracle potential that is in every moment of our life
It is a mantra of relaxation, humility, inner peace, and self-healing. Reciting the mantra daily before the sunrise with pure intentions opens the heart chakra and enter into a space of neutrality and inner peace. Additionally, this mantra dissolves the duality of bad and good, negative or positive, and wrong and right. Using this Sikh mantra in a mantra meditation reconnects your experience of infinity to the infinite, and liberates you in the midst of danger and trail.
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