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Aquarian Sadhana

Please enjoy the following information from the 3HO Foundation about the class including the mantras you'll need to sing/chant along.

Aquarian Sadhana is held every Wednesday and Friday at the ambrosial hours of 6am-8:30am or  4:30am-7am at the Radiant Temple, next door to Bardos Massage and Wellness.

Aquarian Sadhana Schedule:

Mondays are currently in session

6am-6:30am Chanting of the Japji Sahib (Chant of the Soul)

6:30am-7:30am Kundalini Yoga

7:30am-8:30am Aqaurian Sadhana Chants

Wednesdays starting 2023

4:30am-4:50am Chanting of the Japji Sahib (Chant of the Soul)

4:50am-5:40am Kundalini Yoga

5:40am-7:00am Aqaurian Sadhana Chants

We will drink traditional yogi tea after class.

Please enjoy the following information from the 3HO Foundation about the class including the mantras you'll need to sing/chant along.

Preparation for the class:

Please wear a head covering or scarf.  Women should wear hair in a high bun or ponytail at the upper back part of the head, men should pull hair directly at the top or crown of the head. This represents the locations of our crowns using our hair as an antenna. Please wear white or something light-colored for auric protection. It would be helpful to print the following mantras to sing along until you memorize them.  The first 20min of Sadhana we will be chanting the Japji. Feel free to just listen or go to the English-Gurmukhi transliteration Online PDF of Nitmen and the Japji to view online or to print. The Japji is the first 36 Pauri's only.

Please arrive a few minutes early to calm the body and the breath, and prepare for the sacred union and offering of our hearts.

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The Aquarian Sadhana

The Aquarian Sadhana attunes your gunas, your chakras, and your mind to the change of the Age.  We will need intuition, stamina, both physical and mental, self-awareness, and a new depth of spiritual experience that can hold our identity in the face of global changes, relentless competition, information overload, and ecological and environmental challenges.

The Aquarian Sadhana is practiced by Kundalini Yoga communities across the world. Doing sadhana in a group develops group consciousness. A group sadhana practice amplifies the impact of the meditation. It is said that group meditation not only adds to individual effort but multiplies it.

Sadhana can be done as a group or individually. The ideal is to join in a group practice AND cultivate your individual practice as well.

The Aquarian Sadhana Mantras

Morning Call (The Adi Shakti Mantra, Long Ek Ong Kars) - 7 minutes

This mantra initiates the kundalini, initiating the relationship between our soul and the Universal Soul. It opens all the chakras. Be sure to apply Neck Lock to let the Kundalini energy rise.

Ek Ong Kaar - One Creator created this Creation

Sat Naam - Truth is His Name

Siri Wahe Guru - Great beyond description is His Infinite Wisdom

Waah Yantee, Kar Yantee - 7 minutes

With this mantra, we strengthen the connection with the infinite self, the part of us beyond the physical world, beyond creation.

Waah Yantee - Great Macroself

Kar Yantee - Creative Self

Jag Dut Patee - All that is creative through time

Aadak It Waahaa- All that is the Great One

Brahmaadeh Tresha Guru - Three aspects of God: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh

It Wahe Guru - That is Wahe Guru

Mul Mantra - 7 minutes

This mantra gives an experience of the depth and consciousness of your soul. It eradicates deep, longstanding pain and sorrow. It expands creativity and projects us into action in line with our destiny.

Ek Ong Kar - One Creator created this Creation

Sat Nam - Truth is God’s Name

Kartaa Purkh - Doer of everything

Nirbhao - Fearless

Nirvair - Revengeless

Akaal Moorat- Undying

Ajoonee - Unborn

Saibung - Self Illumined

Gur Prasad - It is by Guru’s Grace

Jap! - Repeat and Meditate!

Aad Sach - True in the beginning

Jugaad Sach- True through all the ages

Haibhee Sach - True even now

Nanak Hosee Bhee Sach - Nanak says Truth shall ever be.

Sat Siri, Siri Akal (Mantra for the Aquarian Age) - 7 minutes

With this mantra, we declare that we are timeless, deathless beings and it promotes victory in all aspects of our life.

Sat Siri, Siri Akaal - Great Truth, Great Undying

Siri Akaal, Mahaa Akaal - Great Undying, Great Deathless

Mahaa Akaal, Sat Naam - Great Deathless, Truth is God’s Name

Akaal Moorat, Wahe Guru - Deathless Image of God

Rakhe Rakhan Har - 7 minutes

This is a mantra of protection against all negative forces, inner and outer, which are blocking us from moving on our true path. It cuts like a sword through every opposing vibration, thought, word, and action.

Rakhay rakhanahaar aap ubaaria-an

Gur kee pairee paa-i kaaj savaari-an

Hoaa aap da-iaal manaho na visaari-an

Saadh janaa kai sang bhavajal taari-an

Saakat nindak dusht khin maa-eh bidaari-an

Tis saahib kee tayk Naanak manai maa-eh

Jis simrat sukh ho-i sagalay dookh jaa-eh


Thou who savest, save us all and take us across,

Uplifting and giving the excellence.

You gave us the touch of the lotus feet of the Guru, and all our jobs are done.

You have become merciful, kind, and compassionate; and so our mind does not forget Thee.

In the company of the holy beings, you take us from misfortune and calamities, scandals, and disrepute.

Godless, slanderous enemies—you finish them in timelessness.

That great Lord is my anchor.

Nanak, keep firm in your mind, by meditating and repeating His Name

All happiness comes and all sorrows and pain go away.

Wahe Guru Wahe Jio - 22 minutes

This is a mantra of ecstasy with which we establish ourselves for victory and the right to excel.  Chant sitting in Vir Asan (warrior pose), sitting on the left heel, with the right knee up, right foot flat on the ground, with hands in Prayer Pose. Eyes are focused at the tip of the nose.

Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Jio

Translation: "Wow, God is great!” or “indescribably great is His Infinite, Ultimate Wisdom.”

Guru Ram Das Chant - 5 minutes

This mantra is one of humility. It opens the Heart Center (4th chakra) so that we can feel and effortlessly radiate universal love. We call on Guru Ram Das in praise of his spiritual guiding light and protective grace.

Guru Guru Wahe Guru, Guru Ram Das Guru

The first part (Guru Guru Wahe Guru) projects the mind to the source of knowledge and ecstasy. The second part (Guru Ram Das Guru) means “the wisdom that comes as a servant of the Infinite.”

Sadhana should be practice at the ambrosial hours of the morning between 3:30-7am.  You energy and vitality will increase and your mind will be clear.  This is the practice to give you victory in the Aquarian Age.

All the love and peace, from our hearts to yours,

Wahe Guru

-Kavita Dosjot Kaur-

Jamie LaNeave, CMT

Kundalini Yoga Traditional "Tuning-In" Mantra and Closing Prayer



I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher within.

"Oh transcendental, transparent, “Guru Dev” is transparent. “Dev” means transparent. “Guru” means who brings light into darkness. I bow to you, “Ong Namo,” Oh creative total self."

This mantra is used for “tuning in” to the divine flow and self-knowledge within each of us and linking us to the Golden Chain of wisdom. It is chanted at least three times before practicing Kundalini Yoga.

It is also very useful when we just need to be focused.






I bow to the primal wisdom. (before time began)

I bow to the wisdom through the ages. (When time began)

I bow to the true wisdom.

I bow to the great unseen wisdom.

To clear the clouds of doubt and opens us to guidance and protection. Mangala Charan Mantra can also be included after Adi Mantra when tuning in to a Kundalini Yoga class or personal practice.

The closing song is an Irish Prayer of Light and Love. Learn the short closing prayer here. Find information on how this Irish song found it's way to a Kundalini practice here. Here many different versions of the song here.






Source: Incredible String Band; Irish Blessing

This song has become the blessing used to end the Kundalini Yoga classes. It is used as a closing prayer along with three repetitions of Sat Nam.


Morning Sadhana

Yogi Bhajan

Why do We Get Up for Morning Sadhana?

Wisdom, Commitment, Consistency

Why do we get up for morning sadhana? Because we have to face the whole day, and we cannot face the day without a constant level of energy. People love you for three things only: wisdom, commitment, and consistency.

Wisdom is the intuitive nature that allows you to give the right answer by listening within the question that is asked. For every question there is an answer in it.

Commitment is the ability for your whole self to sustain its status in projected reality of action. Then people can trust you. Otherwise, it is like building a cozy bungalow on the top of a volcano. If you act like an earthquake or volcano, who will build upon you?

Consistency is steadiness through time. Sadhana gives us sensitivity to know, to feel, and to touch. It gives us intuition to touch reality. The methods are three-fold: jappa, tappa, sanjam. Jappa is repetition. Tappa is the heat of central impulsation.  Sanjam is merger through simran—meditation on a very slow, conscious breath.

In your consciousness, you must find a time to ask yourself three questions:

How much am I a part of the I which made me what I am?

During my working day, during my existence, during my awareness, how much of the time have I been aware that I am part of the greatness that I am?

What can I do to extend myself to the greater I AM of which I am a part?

In finding the answers to these questions, you will find your way from the realm of finite ego to the realm of higher consciousness, and you will have the experience of total relaxation into mental happiness and contentment.

Group Sadhana

All for One and One for All

Your body is the temple of God, and your soul is the Divine Guru within.  So, you get up in the morning, meditate, chant the mantras, do the exercises, call on your spirit, regulate the breath, and you get together in group consciousness.  In that way you help each other.  Group consciousness in morning sadhana is to help each other.  If I am trying to sleep, another is not sleeping.  If, in this whole group, one person opens up to God just once, we will all be blessed in his openness. That is what matters.  If one has walked into sadhana with heart and soul in a prayerful mind, we will all benefit. That is the power of the group sadhana.

But, we still have something of the past in us. We bring up worries about who should lead. “Oh, that leader has brought a very good sadhana!  That one has freaked out the sadhana.” The truth is that nobody freaked out the sadhana, and nobody made it beautiful. It is the will of God which prevails through the soul.  When you are a servant, and act as a channel, it prevails through you.

If, in morning sadhana, one cannot curtail the barriers and get to Oneness, I don’t think there is any other time it can happen. All for one, and one for all. That is the principle.

Individual Sadhana

If you must do sadhana by yourself, then while you are chanting, imagine a million others all around you. Hear them all chanting, with you in the middle, not moving at all. Feel that you do not chant physically, and yet are leading the chant and letting the chant lead you. As you imagine this, continue chanting.

©The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan, Aquarian Teacher KRI Teacher Training Level 1 Textbook

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