Diese langsame Version des Kundalini Yoga Mantras Jai Te Gang legt viel Gewicht auf Bhakti, d.h. Hingabe und Verehrung. Eintauchen in den Klangstrom des Naad. Verschmelzung mit dem einen Licht.
Jai Te Gang Text
Khag khaṅḍ bihaṅḍaṅ khal dal khaṅḍaṅ ati raṇ maṅḍaṅ bar baṅḍaṅ
Bhuj daṅḍ akhaṅḍaṅ tēj pratschaṅḍaṅ jōti amaṅḍaṅ bhān prabhaṅ
Sukh saṅtā karņaṅ durmati darņaṅ kilbikh harņaṅ asi sarņaṅ
Jä jä jag kāraņ srisţi ubāraņ mam pratipāraņ jä tēgaṅ
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Music composed by Paramjeet Singh
produced by Narayanjot Singh and Paramjeet Singh
Jai Te Gung Bedeutung
The mantra “Jai Te Gang“ was written by the Sikh Warrior Saint Guru Gobind Singh and speaks of a great sword. This might be seen in a methapohric way. Because with this powerful sword you are able to cut through the negativity around you, leaving only light in its path.
Yogi Bhajan recommended to chant this Kundalini Mantra in three positions. Standing, sitting and laying down.
Translation of the Mantra Jai Te Gung:
The sword breaks through and cuts down the demons of the mind and body. This beautiful and powerful weapon adorns the battlefield of life.
It is as an extension of the arm, unbreakable, terribly fast, it’s awesome splendor overshadows even the sun.
It protects the peace and happiness of the saints and destroys any powerful negative energy. It has erased the negativity and guilt that I carry. I seek its refuge.
Praise, praise be to the great doer of the world, savior of the creation, my great protector, praise be to the sword!