The Reluctant Mermaid

one woman unwilling to swim in the same direction as the others


More Guray Nemeh, less war

There's nothing quite like a 3 1/2 year old chanting a mantra about guidance and protection. It's what the world needs more of don't you think?


Protection and guidance are always with us. It is in our very core. Only we are blind to it at times. To clear the clouds and open ourselves to receive the guidance and protection we use this mantra. We call on the sources of wisdom and teaching that are within us.

Aad Guray Nameh
Jugaad Guray Nameh
Sat Guray Nameh
Siri Guru Dayvay Nameh

Nameh is a reverent invocation, it opens the gates to the guidance.
Guray means the knowledge or teaching itself.
Aad is guidance at the beginning of each action or thought.
Jugaad is guidance through time, both timeless and timely!
Sat is guidance through every experience by remembering the true essence and purpose.
Siri is that great guidance beyond what we know; it is the higher self answering questions we have not even asked.
Guru is the giver of the technology (dispeller of ignorance).
Davay means “transparent,” i.e. non-physical

All together, this protects you completely.

(* Kundalini Yoga: The Flow of Eternal Power, p. 212.)

1 comment:

Schriftstellar said...

I love how she always looks so simultaneously bashful and proud when she finishes performing. :)