What is Naam
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the
Word was God."
Naam is the Word or Logos – the creative Word by which all things
have been made manifest. Naam or Logos is the 22 forces by which
the world was created. They are symbolized by the 22 letters of
the Hebrew alphabet. Naam is not only the language of the heart
and soul, but also it is universally understood by all creatures.
While speech is the language of the physical world, Naam is the
language spoken in Heaven. Humans use Naam to communicate with the
heavens. The word Naam itself is Sanskrit whose literal
translation is word or name. Working with the Word or Naam is the
most secret and powerful practice known to yogis and Kabbalists.
All beginnings, all seeds, all things come from Naam. It is in
fact by Naam, in Naam and through Naam that all things, seen and
unseen, have been created.
The power of Naam has been acknowledged as the direct and true way
from Ancient Egypt and the pharaoh, Akhaneton or Ikhnaton, who
ruled from 1379 to 1362 BC, to St. John the Baptist and Christ, to
the ten Sikh Gurus, beginning with Guru Nanak. In keeping with
this tradition, Naam or Divine Sound Current will be the highest
principle of this Age. All other spiritual practices will soon bow
to the way of Naam, as Naam Yoga is the custodian of the powers of
the rays of the sun, and is aligned with the healing, beneficial
laws of the Cosmic. It is the bringer of love, faith and hope, of
light and enlightenment, of energy and strength. Naam is the
shield of protection and the guardian of the weak and innocent.
Naam is the essence of this world, and the Custodian and Guardian
of Naam Shakti. Naam is the giver of life to the living, the
giver of joy to the sorrowful and the bringer of compassion to the
lost and lonely. Vibrating the WORD is a simple, yet powerful
science, and there is no power more exalted than that of the power
of chanting prayer. As human vice peaks during this Age, and we
are subject to all manner of earthly and physical disturbances,
practice Naam Yoga so that your eyes may be opened, and your
protective shields may be strengthened. It will cause you to stand
eternally in the light, guided and guarded by the luminous beings.
Through Universal Kabbalah, Naam will reveal the mysteries of your
life, as well as the duties and destinies you carried with you
into this incarnation. In turn, you will be able to reach out and
receive love, light and healing, as you embrace the true destiny
of your spiritual path and begin the work that you have been
prepared to do. As soon as you start practicing Naam Yoga, you
will feel the presence of the luminous beings with you at all
times. They are there to provide you with guidance, love and
strength. The Sikh scriptures testify in plain words that during
the four Grand Divisions of time people benefited from the
practice of Naam by sitting at the feet of those who have become
the WORD made flesh. Naam is the Saving Light of this
Age and beyond.