The Aadays Tisay Aadays Pauris (Pauris 28-31 of Japji)

“Aadays Tisay Aadays Aad Aneel Anaad Anaahat Jug Jug Ayko Vays”.

It is a combination of words with a vibration of tremendous humility.  It is a simply statement of surrender and honor to the Great Divine.  It doesn’t matter what you visualize the Great Divine as.  You can call it God.  You can call it the Universe.  You can call it Mother Nature.  It is the act of surrendering to something higher that creates a vacuum within you.  By giving everything you have to the One, the vacuum created can cause a flood of goodness to come to you.  It’s really irrelevant whether or not what comes to you are “things”.  It can be wealth and abundance, if that’s what you focus upon, but the great wise ones always seemed to crave peace and the ability to ease suffering above all other things.  Let Go and Let God, some traditions say.  Bow and be lifted up.

The sweet energy of gratitude can work miracles.  “I salute Thee, the Primal One, pure, in the beginning, through all time, through all ages–the One.”

Each of the 28th-31st Pauris of Japji ends with these powerful words, and yet each pauri has its own unique vibration. Yogi Bhajan gave teachings on the effects of each of the Pauris of Japji and what repeating them 11 times everyday would bring.

He said the 28th Pauri was the strongest combination of words on the planet.

The 29th Pauri would give you a Shield of Protection.

As for the 30th Pauri, it would make you a saint and a sage.

And the 31st Pauri brings heavenly virtues.

For me, I think of the repeating Aadays Tisay Aadays and ask myself…why is bowing to the One the common thread?  And I find myself thinking that the Power (the strongest combination) and the Presence (protection) bring Wisdom (saint and sage) and Virtue (heaven) and all of these things come to us through humility, respect, gratitude and honoring the Source.

You can chant the Aadays Tisay Aadays mantra on its own, chant each pauri individually, or recite all of Japji as your Spirit moves you.

Fast, slow, tantric and English versions of Japji with text booklet

Musical Japji looped at Pauris

Japji text (Gurmukhi, Transliteration, English)

Musical version

62 minutes of Aadays Tisai Aadays by Snatam Kaur

 

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