Snatam Kaur ,Ek Ong Kar Sat Nam Siri Wahe Guru
Ek (One) Ong (Creator) Kar (Creation)
Sat (Truth) Nam (Name or Identity) Siri (Great)
Wahe (Beyond description, Wow!) Guru , (Teacher)
1) Inhale deeply and chant Ek Ong Kar
Ek is vibrated briefly and powerfully at the Navel Point (not shouted). Ong is chanted in the back of the throat, vibrates the upper palate, and comes out through the nose. Keep the sound continuous as you move without a pause from Ong to Kar. Give equal time to Ong and Kar.
2) Inhale deeply again and chant Sat Nam until you’re almost out of breath, then reach for the Siri, which is brief. Sat is briefly and powerfully chanted at the Navel Point. Nam vibrates at the heart center. Siri is pronounced as if spelled S’ree; it is a short syllable.
3) Inhale a short half breath and chant Wahe Guru. Wahe is broken into two syllables, Wha and Hay. Wha is somewhat aspirated. Hay is extremely short. It becomes part of Guru which is pronounced as G’roo. Remember this is an “ashtang” mantra, in other words, it has eight, count ’em, eight keys, eight syllables, so the “hayg’roo” should be all run together, almost like one syllable.
4) Inhale deeply again to repeat the cycle. Continue for 7, 11, 31, or 62 minutes or 2 ½ hours.
Inhale deeply, hold the breath, and focus at the Brow Point for several seconds, then exhale and relax.
Ek Ong Kar Sat Nam Siri Wahe Guru
The Creator and Creation are One.
This is my true name, who I am.
This experience is beyond all words
and brings indescribable bliss.
Also Known as: Adi Shakti Mantra, Long Ek Ong Kars, Morning Call.
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