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The Mantra Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad

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Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad,

Sat Gur Prasad Ek Ong Kar

Translation:

God and We are One.

I know this by the Grace of the True Guru.

I know this by the Grace of the True Guru.

God and We are One.

This mantra, also known as the Siri Mantra or the Magic Mantra, stops anything negative and
removes all obstacles. It brings great intuition. If the mantra is chanted 5 times, it will stop the
mind and put it into reverse gear. It can take you beyond duality and establish the flow of spirit.

It needs to be chanted with reverence. After chanting this mantra, anything you say will be
amplified, so be positive and don’t say anything negative, at least for a while. This mantra can
have a negative backlash if chanted incorrectly. So it’s best to invoke the sacred—chant or
meditate before practicing this mantra.

Kriyas that use this Mantra:

Gutka Kriya
“When your mind is going berserk, apply a gutka. What is a gutka? It is a stopping lever. It is a
lever that can stop you and take the entire weight of the reverse balance. So whenever there is a
reverse balance, if you apply the gutka, it will stop it. When the energy is in reverse and it is
stopped, it will go to the positive and you'll be good again. Isn't that a simple way to fix
yourself?”
-Yogi Bhajan 7/19/82

Meditation with the Magic Mantra (this meditation uses the mantra 'Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur
Prasad' only)
“This mantra is so strong that it elevates the self beyond duality and establishes the flow of the
spirit. This mantra will make the mind so powerful that it will remove all obstacles. We call it the
‘magic mantra’ because its powerful effect happens quickly and lasts a long time. But it has to be
chanted with reverence, in a place of reverence.”
-Yogi Bhajan 4/26/76
Mantra for Positivity: Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur
Prasad
by Ramdesh Kaur | Feb 27, 2012 | Expand Your Intuition, Mantra | 3 comments

The mind is a tricky place. It’s easy to get caught up in a cycle of escalating negativity. The
“what-ifs” are a dangerous creature, and when they mate with the “not good enoughs,” it makes
for vicious offspring. It can be very difficult to stop the mind in its tracks.

The more meditation you are doing, the more often you are cleaning out the subconscious, the
less and less your negative thoughts spin out of control, but even then the mind might grab onto a
negative thought like a dog with a bone and not let go. There is a powerful mantra that can stop
negativity in its tracks and turn your mind onto the positive.

One of the most sacred of all mantras, it should be treated with reverence and respect. Before
chanting it, it is often recommended to chant either the Mul Mantra or the mantra “Aad Guray
Nameh, Jugaad Guray Nameh, Sat Guray Nameh, Siri Guru Devay Nameh” to create a sacred
space and energy around you before you even touch this mantra.

First taught by Guru Nanak to his son Baba Siri Chand, a powerful yogi, it is said to contain the
essence of the entire Siri Guru Granth Sahib (the holy scriptures and living Guru of the
Sikhs). Yogi Bhajan called this mantra “the eyes of Indra”, saying that your body is a temple
through which knowledge and bliss flood to you.

This mantra is the only Kundalini mantra that comes with a warning. This is such a powerful
and creative mantra that you must watch your thoughts and actions after you chant it. You will
be in such a state of manifestation, that your thoughts will accelerate into being. Luckily, the
energy within the mantra itself will help you switch your thoughts to the positive. It takes your
own negative thought, stops it in its tracks and reverses it into positivity. A thought rides into
your consciousness to be processed with “Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad,” and comes out pure with,
“Sat Gur Prasad Ek Ong Kar.”