The mantra Ajai Alai was written by the Warrior Saint (and poet) Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Guru Gobind Singh became Guru on November 24, 1675 at the age of nine, following the martyrdom of his father, the ninth Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. It is part of the daily prayer in Sikhism called Jaap Sahib. This Sikh mantra mantra is a compilation of divine attributes of the Supreme Creator. The album was inspired by a visit to Mauritius while listening to the chant in a meditation session at an Ashram. It was released on a South African Tour in June 2017. This Gurumukhi mantra is known as a mantra of power, real inner power, inner strength and will power. Ajai Alai or mantra of power, is also known to dissolve anger and lift one out of depression. Gurumukhi literally means ” from the mouth of the guru” and was only written by the second Sikh, after Guru Nanak and his contemporaries , the first Sikh Saint. Written languages were reserved for the powerful, the wealthy and the high castes. The language is precise phonetic script, it impacts on every aspect of the body, the glands, the endocrine system, the mind and ultimately the soul. Through chanting in the language of the Guru, or Guru Nanak, one adopts the consciousness of the guru and one moves form darkness/ignorance to light/awakening. The Jaap Sahib is the Sacred text of the Sikh religion. Ajai Alai is a rhythmical and poetic mantra which lulls one into the most beautiful elevated state of consciousness and connection to the Divine. Some of the words of Ajai Alai are translated as invincible, indestructible, fearless and unchanging. All of the qualities are attributes of God but can also be described as soul qualities. Beyond form, beyond shape, indescribable, all referring to the qualities we know to be Godlike yet also part of our own immortal self/soul. Soul consciousness inspired by these sacred names can heal one of the limited body consciousness that pervades society today. Soul consciousness is one of the powerful mechanisms to heal our society of all illusion of difference and body consciousness.