This is part 2 of the previous post on Manifesting Prosperity and Abundance.
Today I wanted to share another technique that you can use to increase your prosperity. This is a quick practical meditation that you can do every day. This was originally taught by SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa at the Summer Solstice camp here in Espanola, New Mexico way back in 1996.
I remember him teaching the whole Kriya and feeling great after we were done. Since then, the first part of the Kriya has been widely practiced by many (including myself) to increase prosperity and abundance. I have heard so many stories from people about how after doing this meditation regularly all kinds of prosperity came to them. Practice it on a regular basis and see what happens! You never know until you do it.
We used to do this meditation for 3 minutes every day at the SikhNet office. I just started doing it again at home in the morning and hope to get the whole SikhNet team to do it together too. Why don’t you join me and practice it for a minimum of 40 days!
Watch the video below of Guruka Singh teaching how this meditation is done and explaining how it works.
You can start with the first part of the below kriya (which is the meditation described in the above video) or you can practice the whole kriya which is a five part meditation "set". The exercises in the below set must all be done for the same length of time, either 3 minutes each or 11 minutes each. Part one of the Kriya can be done on it’s own and is the meditation described in the video above. Below is the written instructions for your reference.
“It’s a complete set. This is all called Subagh Kriya. If God has written with His own hands that you shall live under misfortune, then by doing Subagh Kriya you can turn your misfortune into prosperity, fortune, and good luck.”
"To become rich and prosperous with wealth and values, is to have the strength to come through. It means that transmissions from your brain, and the power of your intuition can immediately tell you what to do. You will be in a position to change gears. If you need to go in reverse, you can go in reverse. If you need to go forward, you’ll go forward. This is a very old and simple system." – SSS Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogi ji – Jun 21st 1996
Position: Sit in Easy Pose with a spine straight (sit up straight). Elbows are by the sides, forearms angled up and outward with the fingers at the level of the throat.
The begins with the palms facing down.
Alternately hit the sides fo the hands together. The Mercury (pinky) fingers and the Moon Mounds (located on the bottom of the palms) hit when the palms face up. When the palms hit facing down, the sides of the jupiter (index) fingers touch and the thumbs cross below the hands, with the right thumb under the left. Yogi Bhajan said that the thumbs crossing this way is the key to the meditation.
Eyes: Look at the tip of your nose, through eyes 9/10th closed.
Mantra: Chant the mantra "Har, Har." Alternately strike the Moon area and the Jupiter area as you chant Har with the tip of your tongue, pulling the navel with each Har. Your eyes are focused at the tip of your nose. Chant continuously from the navel, using the tip of the tongue. (This meditation was taught to the rhythm of Tantric Har by Simran Kaur.)
Here is some audio that you can use for this meditation – (click on the "show playlist" option in the player to view the different audio tracks). You can purchase the Tantric Har MP3 download by Simran Kaur
Time: Continue for 3-11 minutes. Yogi Bhajan has said, "You should not do it more than 3 minutes when you are working during the day, or you will become too rich. I am not joking. Doing it for 11 minutes a day is more than enough. Doing it too much will be greed. It stimulates the mind, the moon center, and Jupiter. When Jupiter and the moon come together, there is no way in the world you will not make wealth."
Note: Part One can be done on it’s own for prosperity.
"This meditation stimulates the mind, the moon center and Jupiter. When Jupiter and the moon come together, there is no way in the world you will not create wealth."
Position: Stretch you arms out to the sides and up at a sixty-degree angle. Spread your fingers wide, making them stiff. The palms face forward. Cross your arms in front of your face. Alternate the position of the arms as they cross: first the left arm crosses in front of the right and then the right arm crosses in front of the left.
Continue crossing the arms, keeping the elbows straight and the fingers open and stiff. This movement is also done to the rhythm of Tantric Har by Simran Kaur, but this time you do not chant.
Eyes: The eyes remain closed.
Mantra: Keep in rhythm with the Tantric Har tape, but do not chant this time.
"I’m going to give you a very handy tool, one that you can
use anywhere, and you’ll become rich. To become rich
and prosperous, with wealth and values, is to have the
strength to come through. It means that transmissions
from your brain and the power of your intuition can
immediately tell you what to do."
Position: This is the English mantra. Keep your arms out and up at sixty degrees as in the previous exercise. With your hands, make a fist around your thumb, squeezing your thumb tightly as if you are trying to squeeze all the blood out of it. Move your arms in small backward circles as you continue squeezing your thumb. Your arms are stretched and the elbows stay straight. Chant the mantra “God” powerfully form your navel. One backward circle of the arms equals one repetition of “God.” The speed and rhythm of the chanting is the same as in the previous exercises. Move powerfully so that your entire spine shakes, you may even be lifted slightly up off the ground by the movement.
Position: Bend your arms so that your elbows point to the sides. The forearms are parallel to the floor and the palms face the body around the level of the diaphragm. The right
hand moves up a few inches as the left hand moves down.
The left hand moves up as the right hand moves down. The hands move alternately up and down between the heart and navel. As the hands move, chant "Har Haray Haree, Whahay Guroo" in a deep monotone with one repetition of the mantra approximately every 4 seconds. Chant from your navel.
If you are practicing the exercises for 11 minutes each, then you will chant the mantra out loud for 6 minutes, whisper it strongly for 3 minutes and then whistle it for 2 minutes. If you are practicing the exercises for 3 minutes each, then you will chant the mantra out loud for 1 minute, whisper it strongly for 1 minute, and then whistle it for 1 minute.
Chant: Har haray haree wahay guroo
Position: Bring the arms in front of the chest. Bend the arms at the elbows, palms facing down, rest the right forearm on the left forearm. Keep the arms steady.
Eyes: Close your eyes and breathe long and deep. Keep the spine straight and keep the arms parallel to the ground; don’t let them fall.
Breath: Breathe slowly and deeply so that one breathe takes a full minute. Inhale for 20 seconds, hold for 20 seconds and exhale for 20 seconds. Breathe consciously.