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Sat Nam

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I am a Spiritual Midwife, Mama of two sweet homeschooling girls, Planetary & Folk Herbalist, Wife, Biodynamic farmer, High Priestess & Kundalini Yoga instructor. Many things happen on this sweet journey called life and I have come along way from where I’ve been. I’m starting this blog to share the things I learn along the way that might help you like they have helped me as well as inspire you all in your own lives. In this blog we focus on kundalini yoga, sacred ceremony and natural herbal medicine.

Sat Nam. You’ll hear this mantra used as a greeting, as a part of many kriyas and meditations, and as a closing to class. You’ll find it the “default” mantra, suggested by teachers as the mantra to have playing in your head constantly on each inhale and exhale.

So what is “Sat Nam“? What does it mean?
In very simple terms, Sat means Truth and Nam means Name or Identity. You could translate it as True Name or Truth is my name or true identity. It is simply an acknowledgement that the Great Mystery is who we are.
As a greeting, saying “Sat Nam” is a bit like saying “I recognize the divinity within you”.
The vibration of the mantra itself is important. “Sat” has a vibration that reaches upward through the crown chakra. It is an etheric vibration, as the meaning of “Truth” here correspondingly isn’t tangible but is more etheric.


This mantra is more than what it means in translation. It is an experience. By chanting “Sat Nam” or meditating upon it with your breath, you call into your awareness the state of the vibration of truth. You create an internal experience of what these words represent. Truth, enlightenment, consciousness and above all awareness, comes into your experience.

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