I first discovered this mantra in 2008 and fell in love with it. I didn’t know anything about it but it caught my heart straight away!
I started to share the practice in Goddess Yoga classes and workshops and found that I wasn’t the only one to catch the Adi Shakti Fever!
So, finally, I have made the video as promised along with my dear friend Sam from Magical Malas who I first infected with the fever 🙂
To me, Adi Shakti is the quintessential Feminine mantra, it is devotional, it increases confidence, personal power, security, and abundance and
resonates deeply in our hearts and wombs.
“Merge in the Maha Shakti. This is enough to take away your misfortune.
This will carve out of you a woman. Woman needs her own Shakti, not
anybody else will do it… When a woman chants the Kundalini Bhakti
mantra, God clears the way. This is not a religion, it is a reality. Woman is
not born to suffer, and woman needs her own power.”
“When India and Indian women knew this mantra, it dwelt in the land of
milk and honey.”
~ Yogi Bhajan
The chant calls upon the primary Creative Power which is manifest as the Feminine. It calls upon the Divine-Mother Power, reducing personal
insecurities, and therefore is a “Maha Shakti” chant. It is also referred to as the Kundalini Bhakti mantra, which is to say, a mantra of devotion to the
Kundalini, the Mother of all energies, which is the life force stored at the base of the spine. It is said that whenever this meditation is sincerely
practiced, the yogini will find that the security and abundance she needs quickly to arrive in her inner and outer life’s experience of the Feminine
Adi Shakti Mantra
Adi Shakti, Namo Namo,
Sereb Shakti, Namo Namo,
Pritam Bhagvati, Namo Namo,
Kundalini, Mata Shakti, Namo Namo!
Meaning of Adi Shakti Mantra
I bow to the primal power
I bow to the all-encompassing power
I bow to the creative power at the beginning
I bow to the divine mother of all peace
So without further ado here is the video – please join in and share widely with other Yoginis too!