Mantra: Teree Meher Daa Bolnaa

April 8, 2021 |

Categories: Music history

Teree Meher Daa Bolnaa
Tudh Aagai Ardasse
Guru Guru Wahe Guru
Guru Ram Das

Aad Guray Nameh
Jugaad Guray Nameh
Sat Guray Nameh
Siri Guru Dayvay Nameh



Oh Guru Ram Das, this is my prayer to you.
May my words be from you and
May my mind be a source of knowledge and ecstasy
That wisdom may come as I act as a servant of the Infinite.

I bow to the Primal Guru
I bow to the Guru throughout the ages
I bow to the Guru that is true here and now
I bow to the Great Guru that will always and forever be.

More Information:

This chant was done by Yogi Bhajan before he lectured.  He tuned into Guru Ram Das & the Golden Chain of Teachers that have passed wisdom down on this planet for centuries. If at any time you would like to tune into this energy, or simply feel the presence of Guru Ram Das & Yogi Bhajan with you, this is a perfect mantra to chant or listen to.

Snatam Kaur wrote about this mantra:

“Yogi Bhajan left his physical body on October 6th, 2004. For many of us, he is even more alive then ever before, as we realize that his teachings live on through each of us. He always said that every thing that he taught came from the grace of Guru Ram Das. Before every lecture he chanted this mantra. It is through this humble relationship of disciple to Guru, that Yogi Bhajan gave us so many tools for transformation and awareness. Back in 1999 Livtar Singh, GuruGanesha Singh and I put this mantra to music, and when I chanted it for first time in the studio, and whenever I have chanted it since, it brings me right back to the image of Yogi Bhajan chanting this with his hands at the heart center, and I feel him with me, connecting me to the Grace of Guru Ram Das. In my travels all over the world, I have seen how devotion to Guru Ram Das brings great healing and miracles in many forms. If you let Guru Ram Das into your heart, it is between you and him as to what happens. But, there will no doubt be healing and grace.”

Listen to Snatam Kaur singing this mantra:

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