(Infinity and Me, p. 51)
Posture: Sit in a comfortable meditative posture with your spine straight.
Focus: Not indicated.
Breath: Will come naturally.
Mantra: Aad such, Jugaad such, haiBHAY such,
Nanak Hosee BHAY such.
Meaning of Mantra: True in the beginning, True throughout the ages, True at this moment, Nanak says this Truth
shall ever be.
Mudra: Not indicated.
Time: Not indicated.
End: Not indicated. Inhale, hold the breath briefly, exhale and relax.
Comments: One day Yogi Bhajan told his students, “now suppose something happens (in) your life which you want to move and it’s not moving. There is a block, which you want to move, and it’s not moveable...then chant “Aad such, jugaad such, hai bhay such,nanaak hose such.” It’s a lever. It is the biggest lever available to you among mantras.” (8/14/91)
“Baba Siri Chand was the eldest son of Guru Nanak (the first Guru of the Sikhs). He was a very detached yogi and lived for one hundred and fifty years. Did nothing but good. His strength is not only miracles, but spontaneous. We have this mantra of his and if you do that, anything which is stopped in your life, it shall flow. There is no power like it on earth. In some circumstances I have seen it make the impossible to become possible very fast.” (7/28/94). All that is stopped shall move.
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