4 Mantras to Help Depression by Gurunam Singh

Gurunam Singh

Depression can feel like a miserable cloud that covers all the light in your life.  It can be the heaviest weight to bear and the hopelessness that grips you can make it seem like nothing will help.  Mantras can help and do help.  All you have to do is listen and allow the energy of the mantra to penetrate your being.  Work up to chanting along.  These four mantras are powerful tools that help depression.  Gurunam Singh is a talented musician whose work inspires and uplifts Kundalini yogis all over the world.

Try these 4 mantras to help depression by Gurunam Singh:


Dhan Siri Guru Gobind Singh

This powerful mantra invokes the blessings of Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Guru of the Sikhs.  Guru Gobind Singh was a magnificent being who gave a sense of self-respect and greatness to those who were weary, disenfranchised, and suffering.  He taught that each and every once of us is royal and magnificent and calling upon him strengthens your own self-worth and Radiant Body.

Gurunam Singh, in this powerful mantra on the album “Change“, combines a mantra that calls upon Guru Gobind Singh with the mantra “Hey Gobinda, Hey Gopal”, which is a mantra that eases suffering.  The refrain “Gobinda, Gobinda” reminds us to look upon what is beautiful in creation again.

This powerful song will inspire and elevate you, connect you to the strength of Guru Gobind Singh, and remind you to look around at the beauty in life.

Dukh Par Har

Dukh Par Har is a mantra that literally brings you from pain to peace.  If you find yourself thinking something negative over and over again, stop your thoughts in their tracks by singing this mantra.  Replace the painful thoughts within you with this powerful mantra that will bring you peace and ease your heart.

Gurunam’s version of this mantra is driving and insistent, pulling you back onto your feet and into peace.

Jai Te Gang

Jai Te Gang is a mantra that removes negativity.  Sometimes depression is caused by a cloud of negativity in your environment.  Slice through this negativity with the power of the sword!  This mantra invokes the sword of righteousness and defends you in the etheric realms.

Gurunam Singh’s version is a crowd-pleasing favorite.  The energy will sweep you up and empower you to make the changes in your life you need to make to move from depression to grace.

Guru Ram Das

This powerful mantra is for healing and relief.  Calling upon Guru Ram Das, the 4th Guru of the Sikhs, often called the Lord of Miracles, brings his love and grace into your heart.  His blessed energy can bring relief to any heart.  When things are too much for you to handle…call upon Guru Ram Das and let him work a miracle in your life.

Gurunam’s version of Guru Ram Das, accompanied by Simrit Kaur, is smooth and deep.  It will cradle your spirit and give you the space to heal.

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Ramdesh Kaur, MA, is an IKYTA Certified Kundalini Yoga teacher trained by Gurmukh. She writes extensively on yoga, spirituality and mantra. She hosts the show "Spirit Voyage Radio with Ramdesh" on Unity FM, one of the Top 100 Itunes Podcasts, and leads Spirit Voyage's 40 Day Global Sadhanas, which bring together 20,000 meditators from 65 countries. Before working with Spirit Voyage, she was the residential Kundalini yoga teacher at Parmarth Niketan in Rishikesh, India in the Himalyan foothills, and has a Master's Degree from the Courtauld Institute in London. She is the author of "Yoga and Mantras for a Whole Heart" with Karan Khalsa and has three best selling guided meditation CDs "Journey into Stillness", "Relaxation Meditations", and "Stress Relief Meditations" (with crystal singing bowl master Ashana) all available on Spirit Voyage, ITunes and Amazon. She teaches at festivals internationally and leads powerful personal creativity retreats in Mexico with her partner Harnam Singh, an accomplished mantra musician. www.ramdesh.com

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