In this 11 day mini-sadhana, we’ll explore the powerful mantra “So Purkh”. (Click here for the full words to this mantra!)
This bani, So Purkh, creates a sacred space in which grace prevails so as to allow the greatness of the soul to come forth. It was written by Guru Ram Das, whose vibration exists holding a state of grace and love that heals all realms of the heart and being. The Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, taught that if a woman recites this bani eleven times a day for any man, it has the power to make him a saint and dissolve any negativity between them. He would often give this as a sadhana to women for the men in their lives, but anyone can receive benefit from the sacred sound current. So Purkh is a part of Rehiraas, the evening prayer of the sikhs.
So Purkh attracts the blessing of love into your life by smoothing relationships and creating a resonant field of love. It releases karmas from past relationships and help a woman (or man) raise their vibration to a point of attracting the love they want rather than being limited by past patterns.
Starting on Valentine’s Day, create a field of So Purkh in your home. Leave it playing softly 24/7. Recite it 11 times per day for 11 days. You can do this all at once, or split the recitations up throughout the day. Devote your practice to up to 3 men in your life (living or spirit, known or unknown).
Don’t worry if your pronunciation isn’t perfect…you are gaining benefit from the sound current and as you continue, you will improve.
So Purkh was our first Global Sadhana several years ago, and we’re inspired to offer this practice again, as so often people ask us, “What can I do to attract love into my life?” The So Purkh is one of our most trusted tools to easing relationships, opening a space of love, and helping elevate our partners.
“Woman is the molder of time, the molder of space and of man: the man of tomorrow, the child; the man of today, the husband, and the men of yesterday, the ancestors. The entire society in theory and in reality is based on teh spirit of the woman.” —-Yogi Bhajan