The deepest background to Anandajay's Teachings is the value and wisdom of ‘the light of being’. Anandajay has expressed the experience of 'the light of being' in mantras before, but he wanted to express its essential qualities more clearly and he therefore composed the Sat-Ananda Mantra.
The Sat-Ananda mantra has been kept very simple because of its essence. At the base, you here gentle sounds of cellos and violins, to dignify the emotional value of this mantra. This is complemented by a simple Indian drum (pakawaj), which symbolizes the earth and physical humanity. Finally, being human gives us the ability to experience the content of Being. Later in the mantra, the drum is briefly complemented by the ringing sound of an Indian hand cymbal (manjeera), for even more mental openness. Against the background of these calm sounds you hear the direct chanting of Anandajay, which is the most important 'instrument' in this mantra. A mantra, that wishes to deepen your contact with the light of your own Being.
Free translation of the mantra: "When the light of the soul shines (freely), you receive a blessing from your innermost being, from which the brilliant essential illuminates everything in your life with joy. Then you know, that is Being, the source of true happiness."
Gives you an essence-expanding healing
The value of this mantra:
Empowers your desire for authenticity
Heals inner alienation
Softens the contact with your soul
Opens you to the connection with the greater
Helps you to be loving in relationship
Calms your heart
Helps you let go of tenacity
Harmonizes your crown chakra and identity chakra
It brings you back into connection with your essence
Helps you get rid of side issues
Gives you comfort in contact with yourself
Frees and harmonizes your breath
The "chanting version" adds to this:
Helps love flow again
Frees your desire for togetherness
The "song version" adds to that:
Gives you more compassion towards yourself
Breaks through persistence and frees you from inauthenticity