This mantra (also known as Ik Acharee Chand mantra) is from Guru Gobind Singh’s Jaap Sahib (morning prayer of the Sikhs), which rouses the soul and the self.
This amazing mantra brings great sensitivity to the Being and gives the capacity to be able to compute what people are really saying automatically.
Ajai Alai mantra meaning on syllables:
- Ajai Alai means Invincible. Indestructible.
- Abhai Abai means Fearless. Unchanging.
- Abhoo Ajoo means Unformed. Unborn.
- Anaas Akaas means Imperishable. Etheric.
- Aganj Abhanj means Unbreakable. Impenetrable.
- Alakkh Abhakkh means Unseen. Unaffected.
- Akaal Dy-aal meansUndying. Merciful.
- Alaykh Abhaykh – Indescribable. Uncostumed.
- Anaam Akaam means Nameless. Desireless.
- Agaah Adhaah means Unfathomable. Incorruptible.
- Anaa-thay Pramaa-thay means Unmastered. Destroyer.
- Ajonee Amonee means Beyond birth. Beyond silence.
- Na Raagay Na Rangay means Beyond love. Beyond color.
- Na Roopay Na Raykhay means Beyond form. Beyond shape.
- Akarmang Abharmang means Beyond karma. Beyond doubt.
- Aganjay Alaykhay means Unconquerable. Indescribable.
Practicing Ik Acharee Chand mantra benefits:
All Kundalini mantras have a meaning; most are expressions of oneness and unity with the Higher Self.
Nevertheless, the effect of the daily practice of the mantra comes from more than just its meaning. Each precise sound (vibration) causes the tongue to stimulate exact points in the mouth. These points instantly trigger a response in the brain.
Once you chant this mantra correctly, it will give you the power that everything you say must happen. When you chant this soothing mantra you have the power to exceed anything.
Its a mantra of Power, real inner power. Real will power and inner strength. Also, this mantra is known to dissolve anger and lifts one up out of depression (note – there is an epidemic of depression worldwide).
“Whenever you are in trouble mentally or you are being attacked (mentally or physically) in one way or another recite these words and opposition will dissolve in your face.” – Yogi Bhajan’s quote.
Develop a regular sadhana (spiritual practice) and you take control of your life. Sadhana is whatever you do regularly to clear your own consciousness so you can relate to the Higher Self within you. Develop a profound sadhana and you open the doors of experience.