Aad Guray Nameh is a Kundalini Yoga Music cd by Desert Rose. This Sikh chant is known as a projection from the heart, it is also chanted at the opening of Kundalini Yoga sessions as a protection. The Sikh language or Gurumukhi can be easily heard and the pronunciation learnt as a result. The chanting is written in such a way that the listener can easily chant along. This music comes from the sound technology of the Sikh tradition known as the Shabd Guru, the sound teacher. The Aad Guray Nameh album has 4 fundamental Kundalini Yoga chants on it. The CD includes Ra Ma Da Sa, a Sikh chant for healing and well being. The Triple Mantra is also found on the album, which is the mantra for protection and clearing away obstacles. The mantra Sa Re Sa Sa can also be found on the album, a chant used at full moon. It is referred to as the Antar Naad mantra and is a mantra also used to clear blockages along your path.
Summary of the tracks on the album:
Aad Guray Nameh
Sa Re Sa Sa
Ra Ma Da Sa
Mantra is a lifestyle tool which is used to direct the mind, heal the body and raise the energy of our emotions. One can be in the depths of depression or feeling unwell and after chanting sacred words the negative energy can be lifted almost immediately. There is a science behind the practice of the shabd guru. As resonant being, our illness or malaise often can be described as “going out of tune” and when we sing these Ancient languages, we put our body back in tune through raising our frequency. Our negative thoughts, the stress of urban, modern life and negative feelings all hold a vibratory frequency that can be measured. Like two pendulums that swing our of time with each other eventually go into time with each other. This is the science of entrainment. We push the frequency of our bodies into time or tune with the frequency of sacred sound. For example, Aad Guray Nameh can be used to open the heart at a time we are feeling hurt or closed. Each mantra carries a specific energy. Mantra is the language of energy.