Yogi Bhajan – date unknown
Place elbows at your sides with your Jupiter and Saturn (index and middle) fingers stiffly pointing straight up and your thumbs covering the other fingers. With your eyes closed look at your chin from the inside. Whisper the mantra:
Aad Sach, Jugaad Sach, Hai Bhae Sach, Naanak Hosee Bhae Sach.
With the syllable such place the tongue at the back of the upper palate and roll it forward, slightly pulling the navel in.
Up to 31 min.
Make “tiger” claws with hands in front of you. Inhale, twist left, squeeze the claws and the body, exhale center, inhale, twist right, squeeze, exhale center. Do this three times and then relax.
This meditation releases obstacles and provides a clear path for your intentions.
Yogi Bhajan on this mantra:
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 Sach, Jugaad Sach, Hai Bhae Sach, Naanak Hosee Bhae Sach.’ 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 150 years. He 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)Guru Arjun Dev (the fifth Guru of the Sikhs) went to Baba Siri Chand and said, ‘Sahibo, I am writing Sukhmani. I am writing the great situation and combination of words that will give people comfort. I want to produce on this earth everlasting comfort. I have finished the 16th pauri of Sukhmani and now it doesn’t proceed further. I am stuck. Seventeenth (pauri) I am to write, please say something.’ And then Baba Siri Chand said, ‘Well, wait a minute. Guru Nanak gave the Guruship to you folks, and it is your problem to write Gurbani, not mine. I just came to bless you. It doesn’t mean I have to say Gurbani for you. Guru Arjun Dev replied, ‘No, sir, this writing isn’t working for me.’ And there Baba Siri Chand wrote: Aad Sach, Jugaad Sach, Hai Bhae Sach, Naanak Hosee Bhae Sach.” This mantra became the slok of the 17th pauri of Sukhmani Sahib.