Welcome back to the Alphabet learning system for mantras. This one is really one of my favorites Aadays Tisai Aadays.
I spent a working weekend down in my old stomping grounds of the FL Keys. I can’t tell you how much I think of this mantra at times like that. I am grateful and in awe every time I watch the sunset over Mallory Square and reminded that my creator has given us the all that we require.
Basically by practicing this mantra you are asking the universe to place knowledge within you without even knowing the practice or study. You are thanking your Creator and trusting in something outside of your own understanding.
This is very much achieved by being humble and saluting the creator over and over again. You don’t need to know your creators teachings to believe and trust that he/she will install all the knowledge that you require. Trust is a core component to most anything you facilitate in life. You want to be able to trust and to give your trust to others and others need to be able to trust in you without a doubt. It is also important that we never break that trust with others. This mantra will not only help you to trust but it will help you thank your creator for trusting in you to do the right things with others and giving you the knowledge to do so in your lifetime. If you have broken someone’s trust you need to make amends for that and by learning to trust yourself you will also learn to ask forgiveness of others and thus following good yogic principles.
Practice this after your workout, play it just for fun while you are in the house let it stick inside of your memory.
Mantra: Aadays Tisai Aadays
Aadays Tisai Aadays Aad Aneel Anaad Anaahat Jug Jug Ayko Vays
Source: Japji Sahib
Author: Guru Nanak
All honor to the One, Hail the Primal Being whose attributes cannot be described, Who is without beginning, the Unstruck Sound, and whose form is One through every Age.
This mantra is believed to instill the entire knowledge of the Universe without ever reading a book. It is the yogi’s humble bowing to the infinite.
From Yogi Bhajan’s Lecture on Self Reverence 02/26/1996
“In this Slok, he totally completes the human anatomy, excellence, process, projection in the most clear words which one can understand. He says it with absolute clarity, sparing nothing.
Guru Nanak salutes God as a yogi, by using the yogi’s salute: Aadays. Aadays means, “I salute Thou.”
Aadays tisai aadays: I salute Thou. I salute Thou, again and again.
Aad Aneel Anaad Anaahat:
Aad: You are the beginning.
Aad. He describes all dimension of limitlessness.
Jug Jug Ayko Vays:Remains true through all ages, through all time.
-Guru Nanak, Siri Guru Granth Sahib, page 7 (from 30th pauree of Japji Sahib)
God is primal and pure with unknown beginning, Who cannot be destroyed, and Who remains the same in all Ages. Through all time You will remain.” – Yogi Bhajan
Here is the mantra as song beautifully by Snatam Kaur our friends at Spirit Voyage