Updated: Mar 1, 2018
In Kundalini Yoga, the yoga of awareness, there are tools given to raise prosperity through meditation and mantra chanting.
When you figured out what you want to do with your life, than it's time to match your frequency to one of prosperity and abundance, in order to attract the clientele, the business, the mindset, you are seeking. Read on to learn about two meditations that do exactly that.
Before diving into your Kundalini yoga practice, we tune in by chanting the Adi Mantra 3 times: Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo, which means: I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher within. Tuning in and out is done both in Prayer Pose.
#1 Prosperity Meditation (Har)
Sit in easy pose, your two hands side by side touching one another, palms facing down. Your thumbs need to be interlocked, your left on top of your right thumb - that is the key to this meditation. The mantra Har goes along with this meditation. I will add a link below with the mantra on YouTube.
Once the music starts, you bring your hands in a full circle down, and the two sides of your hands touch, pinky next to pinky, on the sound of har.
On every har your hands lightly bump into each other. The goal is to this meditation for 11 minutes. But if 11 minutes is a lot for you in the beginning, start with 3 minutes and work yourself up to 11 minutes.
Eye focus should be slightly open and focused on the tip of the nose. I usually keep them closed, and focus inward. I mean, have you tried keeping your focus on the tip of your nose for 11 minutes? It's not easy, believe me.
Chant along, or engage in deep, long breaths.
#2 Meditation Gurprasad
This following meditation is called Meditation Gurprasad. It guides you from darkness and negativity to light and positivity. In this meditation, you are collecting your blessings. It is a wonderful way to sit in gratitude and visualize everything that you desire to manifest in this lifetime.
Sit in easy pose. Hands side-by-side cupped together. The song Ek Ong Kar Sat Gurprasad is the mantra that goes along with this meditation. Start with 3 minutes and work yourself up to 11 minutes. Eye focus is again on the tip of your nose or if too difficult, close your eyes during the meditation.
Sing along with mantra or breathe long and deep.
Let's not forget our beloved Oils
The essential oil for our topic at hand is Wild Orange, the oil of Abundance. It shifts our perspective from one of scarcity to one of limitless thinking. An excellent oil for meditation and for devoting yourself to your spirituality, is Sandalwood.
Once you've finished, before getting up and going about the rest of your day, we tune out by chanting the mantra Sat Nam once with one long 'Sat' and one short 'Nam'. Sat Nam means so much as True Identity or Truth is my Identity. According to the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, tuning out should also include the Longtime Sun Mantra. You can just let it play in the background if time is an issue.
Here are some links for your reference:
- 1. Prosperity Meditation (Har)
- 2. Meditation Gurprasad
- Meditation Guidelines for Beginners