With the pressures of the modern world stressing people out, many Kundalini Yoga teachers are choosing to lead special classes dedicated to generating success and prosperity. After one such class with a lively Subagh Kriya and a meditation for prosperity, as well as music filled with mantras for abundance, the students left happy but exhausted. The next week, they came back, one by one, with stories of manifested success.
One had sold her house the very next day, after having it languish on the market for years. Another had finally received a check for hundreds of dollars that she had given up on, but sorely needed. One woman got a new job. One man found $20 in his pocket. The amount varied, but the results were consistent. Success and prosperity were indeed attracted into their lives by the power of Kundalini Yoga.
If you want to use Yogi Bhajan’s techniques to bring a great abundance to your life, consider investing in a good Kundalini Yoga manual, such as Yoga for Prosperity by Siri Kirpal Kaur Khalsa. This will give you a good foundation in Kundalini yoga, showing you the appropriate prosperity kriyas (such as Subagh Kriya) and providing a good reference for the mantras and shabads that you can use to chant your way to success.
Remember that money is green for a reason. Green in the energy of the heart chakra, and when our hearts are open to giving and receiving, that green energy can flow to us more easily. Open your heart in whatever way possible. Try the kriya “Opportunity and Green Energy Set” from Transitions to a Heart-Centered World by Guru Rattana and watch your heart open wider than ever before. When your heart is open and your chakras balanced, the mantras can have a greater impact on your energetic field.
Armed with reference manuals, you can begin to use the power of mantra to bring financial abundance into your life. You can chant the mantra, repeat it silently, or listen to it. Play it on your Ipod while you run. Chant it out loud while you drive. Repeat it silently while waiting for your doctor’s appointment. Play it softly as ambient noise while you sleep, accessing your subconscious.
Make mantra a habit in your normal, daily life. It will quickly become automatic and you will train your brain to have a habit of success. Why not leave the mantra playing in your home all day while you are out working or doing errands? The energy of the sacred words will reverberate and fill your space, making it a money-attracting vortex.
Some mantra meditations are very simple and even in English. Try this beautiful and short mantra for Prosperity and Self Esteem given to us by Yogi Bhajan:
Sit in easy pose. You can hold your hands in gyan mudra or just rest them on your knees. Shut your eyes. Inhale and hold the breath in. Repeat, “I am beautiful, I am blissful, I am bountiful.” Exhale and hold the breath out. Repeat, “Excel, excel, fearless.” Repeat this sequence for 3 minutes.
Sometimes the simplest meditation can bring the most powerful result. We chant “har” for prosperity. This bij (seed) mantra represents the Infinite in it’s creative form. When we chant “har” in Meditation for Prosperity II, Yogi Bhajan said, “It is so powerful in bringing prosperity that more than 11 minutes would be greedy. 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.”
And here are more powerful mantras that you can use to activate greater prosperity today! There are many recorded versions of each, so search around until you find one that really resonates with you.
Har Har Har Har Gobinday
Har Har Har Har Mukunday
Har Har Har Har Udaaray
Har Har Har Har Apaaray
Har Har Har Har Hariang
Har Har Har Har Kariang
Har Har Har Har Nirmaanay
Har Har Har Har Akaamay
Aap Sahaaee Hoa for Relief from Financial Pressures
Ajai Alai for a Prosperous Existence
Na Raagay Na Rangay
Na Roopay Na Raykhay
Ardas Bhaee for Answered Prayers
Ardas Bhaee Amar Das Guru, Amar Das Guru, Ardas Bhaee, Ram Das Guru, Ram Das Guru, Ram Das Guru, Sachee Sahee
Bahota karam likhiaa na jaa-ay.
Vadaa dataa til na tamaay.
Kaytay mange jodh apaar.
Kaythaa ganat nahee veechaar.
Kaytay khap tuteh vikar.
Kaytay lai lai mukar paa-eh.
Kaytay moorakh khaahee khaa-eh.
Kaytiaa dookh bhookh sad maar.
Ay-eh bhe daat tayree daataar
Band khaalasee bhanai hoe.
Hor aakh na sakai koe.
Jay ko khaa-ik akhaan paae.
Oh jaanai jaytee-aa muh khaa-ay.
Aapay jaanay aapay day-eh.
Aakheh se bhe kay-ee kay-eh.
Jis no bakhsay siphat saalaah.
Naanak paatishaahee paatishaah.