Mantra: Sat Siri Siri Akal
Sat siree siree akaal, siree akaal mahaa akaal, Mahaa akaal, sat naam, akaal moorat, wahay guroo
The True Great, Great Deathless, Great Deathless beyond Death, Beyond Death, Truth is His name, Deathless form of God, Experience of the Divine
It is said that when we are challenged in life there are three impulses we confront: One is to be alone/to withdraw, another to deny or fantasize about the future, another to live greedily or in scarcity instead of prosperously. This mantra is to help one overcome these tendencies and give courage and caliber. It is known for giving victory in all aspects of life.
The Sat Siri Siri Akal mantra is for the Aquarian Age. It confirms that we are timeless, deathless beings, and that our victory will live on. Let’s find out more.
Sat Siri Siri Akal Mantra Meaning:
The Sat Siri Siri Akal mantra draws upon the fundamental principles of truth, projective prosperity, and infinite deathlessness. In its eternity it brings strength.
It illustrates the innate connection between truthfulness and identity in the Aquarian Age, showing the timeless and unbreakable bond between the two. To truly understand the depth of its meaning, let’s take a look at it line by line:
‘Sat Siri Siri Akal: Truth’ means ‘projective prosperity, greatness, great undying one who knows no death’
‘Siri Akal Maha Akal’ means ‘great undying one who knows no death, infinite who is deathless’
‘Maha Akal Sat Nam’ means ‘infinite who is deathless, truth as identity, identity of all that is’
‘Akal Murat Wahe Guru’ means embodied form, image of the infinite, ecstatic totality of god and existence’
Understanding its meaning allows us to interact with this mantra on a deeper level, bringing us closer to the truth and manifesting its power.
Sat Siri Siri Akal Mantra Benefits:
In Kundalini Yoga it is said that when we face challenges, we face three impulses: to withdraw and be alone, to deny the problem and fantasize about the future, and to live in greed or scarcity, instead of prosperously.
The Sat Siri Siri Akal mantra exists to enable us to overcome these three impulses, to fortify ourselves in the face of adversity, and take solace in our timelessness.
It reminds us that our soul, body, and mind are unified, so when the body and mind cease to exist, the soul is eternal and undying. We are power personified, and we must find strength in this knowledge, and our undying connection to the universe. Other benefits include:
Truthfulness in our communication
Feeling at one with ourselves
A sense of courage in adversity
A calmness and feeling of timelessness
Help to act with integrity
Clearing the mind of distractions of the ego and emotions
Yogi Bhajan called this the mantra for the aquarian age. When we chant it we affirm that we are timeless, deathless beings.
Albums that feature this mantra:
Mata Mandir Singh
The yogic teachings tell us that the most effective time to meditate is between the hours of 3:00 and 6:00 a.m., known as the ambrosial hours. This is when the channels are the clearest and worldly distractions are at their lowest ebb. Yogic practices during this time are called "Sadhana". For me, staying awake is the first priority. So, to keep
The yogic teachings tell us that the most effective time to meditate is between the hours of 3:00 and 6:00 a.m., known as the ambrosial hours. This is when the channels are the clearest and worldly distractions are at their lowest ebb. Yogic practices during this time are called "Sadhana". For me, staying awake is the first priority. So, to keep ourselves, and others awake, we have developed some fairly up-tempo chanting. Apologies for those who like slower music at that time of the morning.