Before starting this meditation please cover your head, this will give you focus while meditating and is a necessity.

The words of this meditation are:
Pawan, Pawan, Pawan, Pawan, Par Paraa, Pawan Guru, Pawan Guroo, Wha-hay Guroo, Wha-hay Guroo, Pawan Guru

(Pronounced Pavan)

“The breath is the vehicle (pawan) of the Praana. To give reverence to the breathing, Guru said, ‘Pawan Guru.’ The guide, the teacher who has the right to give you all that you need on this planet, is the breath”

“Breath is your guide, your sage, your knowledge. Breath comes from the Par Paraa (beyond the beyond). Your life and its existence are based on breath of life. Create a friendship with it and breathe consciously, mechanically”

“Pawan means carrier of the praana. It is what re-vibrates and reconstructs your cells…Our life is based on the pawan, the carrier of the praana, the praan shakti (power of life). We call it para shakti (power beyond power). This is Pawan Guru.

“Speak it from the navel point, you will have ecstasy. The kriya will be complete if the lips and navel point are pulled at the same time.”
“When this mantra becomes perfected, there is no knowledge in the Universe, which shall not dawn on you. You can be a philosopher, you can be a poet, you can be a scientist, you can tap into the Infinite Library. This is the gift of the sound current. This is the gift. The sound current is a permutation and combination of sound, which creates waves to reach Infinity. And Infinity brings the infinite knowledge” – Yogi Bhajan
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The hand movement are as though you are fanning yourself. Then hit your hands lightly on to your knees, clap, click your fingers and then clap once more.

Please close your eyes and focus on the third eye point. This meditation should be done for 11minutes a day for 40 days.

As the video is only 8minutes long please replay the video and a beep will be heard in the 3rd minute and 13th second. This is to make you aware that 11 minutes is over and you can relax.

This video was filmed at the Peace Prayer day in France, at the 2008 Yoga Festival.

If there are any questions please do not hesitate to ask and feel free to leave comments

Regards
Khalsa Soulja

Duration : 0:8:29


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10 Comments

  1. LostSailorPhoenix
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    I love this…….. … I love this…….. (I am an outsider who has always admired the H3O society) There is a version of this song recorded by Guru Shabad Sing Khalsa. I have owned the cassette and finally was able to purchase the CD. I find it soothing to my soul. It’s just absolutely beautiful.

  2. gutschker
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    Is the music … Is the music recorded or on a CD ?
    Sat Nam and Thanks
    Amrit Bani Kaur

  3. DavidSellCR
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    the w is pronounced … the w is pronounced as a v

    so if you see it written as pawan, it is actually pronounced as pavan.

    Saraswati is pronounced as Sarasvati

  4. teacherlion
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    Is it Pawan or … Is it Pawan or Pavan. I have only heard pavan pavan.

  5. KhalsaSoulja
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    Thanx to you i no … Thanx to you i no longer need to :)
    Satnam

  6. Mrgyn
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    You should tell … You should tell people that they can do this for as long as they want, and 40 days if just when people who have never done any of this kind of stuff usually start to feel blissful.

  7. Mrgyn
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    Waheguru fills my … Waheguru fills my soul with bliss. I cry tears of joy oh Waheguru.

  8. KhalsaSoulja
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    Your very welcome, … Your very welcome, and i don’t believe it has been officially recorded.

  9. SatKirtanKaur
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    This is fab. Thank … This is fab. Thank you. Has this melody been officially recorded? If not, great to have this in the meantime, as a wonderful reminder of the Yoga Festival 2008.

  10. yogini56
    Posted November 17, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    How nice to … How nice to remember this beautiful festival! Sat Nam!

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