„Pavan Pavan Pavan Pavan
Par Para Pavan Guru
Pavan Guru Wahe Guru
Wahe Guru Pavan Guru.”
Mantra translation in English:
”The air, the air, the air, the air. The Infinity and beyond the Infinity. The air is the Guru. The air is the Guru. Wha! The Guru is beyond description. Wha! The Guru is wonderful. The air is the Guru.”
Pavan Guru mantra description
This Kundalini mantra forges a powerful connection between you as a finite unit magnetic field and the universal, creative magnetic field of energy that we call Supreme Consciousness.
The mantra is the pure pranic energy. There is no better healing method then this mantra. Pavan represents the energy or the prana (which is the life force).
In yoga, the concept of prana is very precise. When we speak of energy (prana), we do not mean the breath, air or oxygen. Scientifically and precisely speaking, prana represents the original life force.
There are three main energetical channels through which this life-energy flows. These channels (also known as nadis in Sanskrit) are ida, pingala and sushumna. Ida, pingala and sushumna meet together at 7 different places. Each meeting place forms an energetic vortex, called chakra.
Reciting Pran Bandha mantra benefits:
The modern mind is distracted, pulled in numerous different directions, and needs a simple method to focus. Thus, ancient mantras serve this purpose most effectively and quietly.
Mantras are also sacred vibrations, and as we know, we are made of pure energy, each vibrating at a different frequency. Kundalini mantras have the power to change that frequency.
Moreover, practicing mantra meditation helps distract the “monkey mind,” making a meditative state easier to attain. When we meditate early in the morning, before sunrise, we gain the additional benefit of the pineal gland’s secretion (third eye), which regulates our metabolism with melatonin (hormone) and gives us a deeper meditative experience.
“Mantras are not small things, Kundalini mantras have power. They are the mind vibration in relationship to the Cosmos. The science of mantra is based on the ancient knowledge that sound (vibration) is a type of energy having power, structure, and a definite predictable effect on the chakras, nadis, and the human mind.” – Yogi Bhajan