See link to the mantra below
“One who calls himself a true Guru, shall get up early morning and meditate on the Lord’s Name. Make effort regularly to cleanse, bathe and dip in the ambrosial pool. Upon Guru’s instructions, chant Har, Har singing which, all misdeeds, sins and pains shall go away.”
– Guru Ram Das
This Mantra calls upon the healing and protective energy represented by Guru Ram Das
– a Sikh Guru from the 1500s ( see link below about him). Guru Ram Das, was called the Lord of Miracles. The Mantra also connects to a lineage of the spirit Sikh Gurus where Kundalini Yoga originated and renewed for western students by Yogi Bhajan in the 20th Century. One chants with hands in prayer position before ones heart “ONG NAMO GURU DEV NAMO” ( I bow to the teacher within) before beginning and then is connected to the lineage and receive protection.
This is a mantra of the heart center (4th chakra, 4th guru). The heart is the land of forgiveness. When we harbor resentment it locks the energy from coming in or out of our heart center. Chanting this mantra gently opens the heart and allows us to experience the state of forgives for ourselves, and others.
There are four parts. The first part – the first 4 words – Guru Guru Wahe Guru, project your own infinite power out to the universe and 2nd part brings the Infinite energy and wisdom inside. “Gu” means darkness and “Ru” means the light, Guru is the one which takes us from darkness to light.
GURU means teacher and also calling on your own soul as the teacher.
MANTRA: GURU RAM DAS MANTRA
Guru Guru Wahe Guru, Guru Ram Das Guru
Guru – teacher or guide that brings one from the darkness to the light.
Wahe – exclamation of ecstacy like ”WOW!”
Ram Das – literally translates as “God’s Servant”,
but also refers to Guru Ram Das, the Fourth Guru of the Sikhs
This mantra was given to Yogi Bhajan by Guru Ram Das in His astral self. As Guru Ram Das, the fourth Guru of the Sikhs, was known for humility and healing abilities this mantra is also known for its healing qualities and for imparting humility to the one who chants it.
This chant is also designed to heal and activate chakras and is used in Kundalini Yoga Meditation Practice. Each part of this mantra resonates with our 7 chakras.
GURU — 1st chakra, base of spine
GURU — 2nd chakra, sex organ, abdomen
WAHE (hay) — 3rd chakra, navel
GURU — 5th chakra, throat
RAM DAS — 6th chakra, third eye
GURU — 7th chakra, top of head
As you meditate and chant this mantra, feel your own body and soul, your whole self, become part of that infinite energy, that cosmic wisdom.
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Sources of some of this compiled info combined with my own knowing of the mantra from my Kundalini Yoga Training: