Features: Sri Mantra and Ong Sohung.
Baba Sri Chand Chants from Brahm Buta is an offering to all the Yogis who have walked, are walking and will be walking on the path of Dharma.
These Chants have been sanctifying the sacred grounds of Brahm Buta Shrine of Baba Sri Chand for centuries and with the blessings of the divine it shall now sanctify your sacred surroundings, your homes and offices, your loved ones and your sacred path.
About Sri Matra
The different Schools of Yoga came to Baba Sri Chand for guidance and the teachings of the divine wisdom of Yoga. These are the teachings Baba Sri Chand gave them and contain his most subtle essence. It also connects one directly with the healing and protective energy of Baba Sri Chand.
Sri means creative energy; that which creates, sustains and transforms. Matra means a dose. Sri Matra is a spiritual dose to bring that creative energy into our life. The daily recitation of Sri Matra awakens the internal Yogi allowing for divine union.
About Ong Sohung
When Guru Hargobind the 6th Guru, visited Baba Sri Chand in Barth Sahib he brought along his 4 sons and offered his oldest son, Baba Gurditta to be a student of Baba Sri Chand. During that interaction Baba Sri Chand gave the mantra "Ong Sohung" to Baba Gurditta. Baba Gurditta was later appointed as the head of the Udasi Tradition after Baba Sri Chand.
This mantra is a combination of two powerful sounds. Ong in the ancient writings is known as the Beej or the seed. Ong is the soundless sound and is the primal vibration from which all vibrations came into existence. Sohung means I AM THAT. It is the Gurmantra of Baba Sri Chand as given to him by Guru Nanak. It is a mantra of non-duality, a state of being, where all boundaries and limitations end. One becomes All and All becomes One. Ong Sohung when recited together creates the state of Sehaj where an individual begins to flow with the flow of the universe. Where every action becomes effortless.
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