Last week, you got to download my new 31-minute chant for free (which won’t last long — it goes back to full price this Thursday, so get it here).

This is a beautiful, joyful chant I do every day on my walks. It’s a renewing, inspirational experience that gives me new ideas to share with you.

Along the way, I gained some clarity on the chant itself, which I hope helps you too. I’ve presented it here as a Q&A:

Q. What exactly is a Triple Mantra? What do they mean and how do I pronounce these words?

A. The walking meditation contains three different mantras, hence the name. They’re rhythmic words from a language called Gurbani.

First Mantra: For guidance and protection. Salutation to the Infinite, the Doer, the Creator. It surrounds your magnetic field with protective light.

Aad Gur-ay  Naa-meh: I bow to the Primal Source of Creation.

Ju-gaad Gur-ay Naa-meh: I bow to the Creator woven throughout time.

Sat Gur-ay Naa-meh: I bow to the True Source of Creation.

Si-ree Guroo Dayv eh Naa-meh: I bow to Power.

Second Mantra: Builds intuition.

Aad Sach: True in the beginning.

Joo-gaad sach: True through out all the ages.  

Hai bhee sach: True even now.

Naanak ho-see bhee sach: Nanak confirms Truth shall always exist.

Second Mantra: Builds intuition.

Aad Sach: True in the beginning
Joo-gaad sach: True through out all the ages       
Hai bhee sach: True even now
Naanak ho-see bhee sach: Nanak confirms Truth shall always exist

Third Mantra: Removes blocks, opens the intuitive flow. In #3 changes Bhee to Bhay to remove blocks.

Aad Sach: True in the beginning.

Ju-Gaad Sach: True through all the ages.

Hai Bhay Sach: True even now.

Naa-nak Hosee Bhay Sach: Nanak confirms Truth shall always be true.

Practice reading these words and pronouncing the words. When you walk, allow your intuitive mind to recall the words as you sing along. Better than falling on your face reading the words while you walk.

Q. Do I have to walk for the full 31 minutes? 

A. Nope. No need to do the full 11-block walk if you don’t have time. Do it for 10 minutes on your lunch break and get the same effect.

Q. Do I really need to sing along with the music? 

A. That will give you the full effect. Sing to bless and protect your surroundings. I like to walk in the park and sing along, and if you’re worried about people hearing you, remember this: It’s a gift for them to hear your own personal serenade.

Hope this helps you get the most out of this 31-minute chant. Hope you can join me in the 40-Day Meditation Challenge.

And as I mentioned, this download not going to stay free for long: Download the chant before this Thursday when it goes to full price. And the full album, Meditate Forever, features the original version of this chant, so consider it another companion on your meditation walks.


2 responses to “Q&A: The Joyful Triple Mantra Chant”

  1. shelley Taranjeet kaur says:

    I love your voice and all of your recordings. Thank you so much for sharing your gifts. I appreciate this triple mantra and will sing it with heart as I walk my dogs .

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