This mantra was written by Guru Amar Das. The breathing technique for reciting this mantra is as follows:. Inhale through the nose. The first two breaths are long and deep and then the third inhale is only a half breath. Breath deep and chant "ek ong kar" ek is chanted quickly then "ong" and "kar" are held out longer. Inhale again, then chant "Sat" quickly and then "Nam" holding "Nam" for a long time and when the breath is almost gone then chant "Siri". Then take a half breath and chant "Wahe Guru". Subscribe to our email newsletter and receive exclusive updates on new album releases, Kundalini Yoga teachings, and more! Spirit Voyage Ordering from Spirit Voyage. Click Here.
Long Ek Ong Kar
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Meditation as Medicine , Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa, p. Posture: Sit in easy pose or in a chair with your spine straight. Focus: The eyes are closed and focused at the third-eye point.
It is a fundamental practice of Kundalini Yoga. The sound current of this mantra has incredible power to vibrate the atomic bonds of your being, opening the gates of your individual awareness to that of the divine, erasing energy blocks and opening your structure so the light of your soul can permeate into your life. This mantra was kept secret by the yogis of India because of its power and was one of the very first mantras Yogi Bhajan taught openly when he began teaching Kundalini Yoga in the U. The meaning invokes universal expanded consciousness.
Chanting 2. Of course there are other benefits, but the promise of enlightenment was the carrot that kept me getting up at 4. But what a daily practice of 2. It has been brewing for about a year now, and 40 days of long ek ong kars has really pushed me into the thick of it. Other benefits of 40 days of 2. Well, I learnt a lot about discipline and the nature of time.