Adi Mantra
Adi Mantra

Adi Mantra

Adi Mantra Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits, Download

Learn everything about this Kundalini mantra that is known to raise our consciousness to the fullest
The Adi Mantra is one of the most powerful healing chants to invoke our inner capacity for intuition and enlightenment.
Through this mantra, we seek to open ourselves to divine wisdom and raise our consciousness to the fullest.
Adi Mantra is part of the Ancient Chants for Focus & Motivation album.

Lyrics of the Mantra

|| Om Namo Guru Dev Namo ||
|| Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo ||

Meaning of the Mantra

|| Om Namo Guru Dev Namo ||
Meaning :
I embrace the infinite stream of intelligence and wisdom,
And the divine guidance that is forever accessible to me.
For a more thorough explanation of the mantra, look below:
Ong : This is another way of saying the popular “om,” which is thought to constitute the Divine in the form of sound. Ong has the advantage of moving the sound in the mouth from the front all the way to the back.
This vibrates and stimulates various points on the roof of the mouth, which in turn stimulates different parts of the brain, specifically the pituitary gland.
Namo : This is actually the word, namaha, which specifically means “my salutations.” The “aha” in that word can change to an “o” in a Sanskrit linguistic process called sandhi.
This usually happens when certain letters are together, or to create the correct number of syllables for the flow of the mantra.
Dev : This is a shortened way to say Deva. This shortened version of the word is usually found and influenced by the Hindi language. In Sanskrit and Hindi, Deva means, a god, the divine, or an angel.
In this sentence, it is the adjective for the previous word, guru. It describes the teacher as divine and exalted. is a specific teacher who acts as a spiritual leader for a disciple.
Usually the devotees follow the instructions and practices laid out by the teacher in an attempt to achieve heightened spiritual growth or enlightenment.

Variations of the Mantra

This mantra may be called the Kundalini Yoga mantra or the Adi Patanjali Mantra.
The Adi mantra can also have the lyrics - Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo.
But there are no other major variants of this Kundalini mantra. The interpretation of this mantra remains unchanged in terms of mantra meaning.

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Benefits of the Mantra

The Adi Mantra holds several benefits for the mind of both the chanter and the listener.
Listening to this transformative Kundalini mantra along with meditation helps you in the following ways.
Benefit 1 - Rejuvenates mind & body
Practicing this mantra can help the body & mind feel refreshed and rejuvenated
Benefit 2 - Overcome self-doubt
This is a powerful chant for overcoming self-doubt, creative blocks, or despair
Benefit 3 - Liberates you from struggles
With regular practice, one experiences the mind traveling to a higher dimension, granting a feeling of deep liberation from all struggles

History of the Mantra

The Adi mantra finds its roots in the principles of Kundalini Yoga.
The mantra is often chanted as a prayer before any spiritual practice, and also for deep meditation purposes.
The mantra is a way of awakening and amplifying our inner voice – that guides us towards all things that we desire in this lifetime.