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(Yoga for Prosperity, p. 58)
Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine.
Focus: Close the eyes and look deep into the navel point.
Breath: Not indicated.
Mantra: Imagine that you are a noble and angelic being, blessing
the universe
and all people, good and bad, even those who hate you. Use the
word bless in your mind, constantly and consistently. Let your
heart open; feel caring and kind.
Mudra: Extend the right arm in front with the arm up at a 45
degree angle. The arm is relaxed and does not need to be
straight. Place the left hand flat on the heart center.
Time: Continue for 9 minutes. Then bless yourself for 2 minutes.
End: Inhale, hold the breath as long as possible and circulate the
blessings throughout your body. Exhale. Repeat this sequence
twice for a total of three times. Relax.
Comments: Practicing this meditation is a noble act. Bless others
and in turn be blessed.


THE HEART (KRI Pilot Manual, p. 428 and Yoga for
Prosperity, pp. 58-59)
vagy ugyanaz: MANTRA FOR PROTECTION: The Mangala
Charn Mantra
Posture: Sit in easy pose with light neck lock (Jalandhar Bandh).
Focus: Focus your eyes at the brow point.

Mantra, Breath and Movement: Chant the Mangala Charn

As you extend the arms up to 60 degrees. Inhale powerfully as the
arms return to the Heart Center and continue, extending them
again as you chant,
Inhale, returning the arms to the Heart Center and chant,
And repeat, chanting,
Project the mind out as you chant. The full extension of the arms
is timed to the chant.
Mudra: Place the palms together at the Heart Center in Prayer
Pose. The thumbs are crossed.
Time: Continue for 11 minutes, adding 5 minutes per day up to
31 minutes, until you perfect it.
End: Inhale, hold briefly, exhale and relax.
Comments: This meditation balances all your ten bodies, brings
wisdom and protection and gives you an enchanting, magnetic
personality, with many unexpected friends. This meditation is
good for opening the heart chakra and sending the energy of love
into the universe, thus creating the green energy that promotes
prosperity. The Mangala Charn Mantra surrounds the magnetic
field with protective light and means:
Aad Guray Nameh I bow to the Primal Wisdom.
Jugaad Guray Nameh I bow to the Wisdom through the Ages.

Sat Guray Nameh I bow to the True Wisdom.

Siree Guroo Dayvay Nameh I bow to the great, unseen Wisdom.
Originally taught by Yogi Bhajan in February 1973.
Comments: You are guided from the primal core and beginning,
through every moment of experience and activity, guided in your
hearts deepest truth and being held by the unseen Infinity of your
highest self.
This is a mantra which clears the clouds of doubt and opens us to
guidance and protections. It surrounds the magnetic field with
protective light and means





Given by Yogi Bhajan - July 9, 1982 - KWTC, Espanola, NM

Mudra: Sit in easy pose with the hands in Giaan Mudra.
With the spine straight, close the eyes and focus at the 3rd eye.
Mantra: Inhale deeply, recite out loud in a monotone the mantra
8 times:
Time: Continue for thirty-one minutes.
Effects: This meditation brings deep relaxation, strength and
mental clarity. It brings the experience of the soul on the spot; it is
soul talk. It enables one to give and keep on giving to a friend. It
can change your entire destiny if you do it honestly. If you do this
meditation for 31 minutes per day for 6 months you will
experience the cosmos before your eyes. If you chant it 2-1/2
hours straight you can command the five tattvas.
If you ever sincerely want to be a yogi, and want to work hard for
it, if you have made up your mind that you really want to be one,
then do this meditation.

STUDENT: How can we develop the capacity to be a friend, to give

endless help?
REPLY: By doing this meditation. That reminds me of the story
about when Guru Arjan as a little boy got up and sat in the lap of
Guru Ram Das, and the Guru said, "Don't be in haste; it's just a
little more time you have to wait.

4. MEDITATION: To Take Away Thoughts You Dont Like

(Fly Like A Butterfly, Shakta Kaur Khalsa, p. 105)
Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine.
Focus: Look into the cup made by your hands.
Breath: Breathe in through the nose. Breathe out through the
mouth in a long, slow, blowing motion, almost like a dry spitting
motion through your puckered lips. Blow that awful thought out
into the cup in your hands!
Mantra: There is no mantra specified. You are to practice this
meditation when you have a thought or a feeling you dont like
and it keeps coming up over and over.
Mudra: Make a cup of the hands with the right hand on top of the
left and the fingers crossing each other. Relax the upper arms by
the sides and place this mudra (hand position) at the level of your
heart. Look only into the cup. Blow out that thought you dont like.
Time: Start with 3 minutes. If you like it, increase your time to 5,
7 or even 11 minutes!
End: To end, breathe in, hold your breath for a few seconds and
then breathe out. Hold the hand position, keep the eyes closed,
breathe through the nose and feel your spine. Starting at the top
of the spine, feel all the way down to the bottom. Feel your spine
like you are feeling a stick in your hand. Them more you can feel
the whole spine all the way to the bottom, the more your

meditation will be able to help you. Then breathe in, breathe out
and relax.
Comments: This meditation is best to do when you have
thoughts that bother you. Do it for a few days in a row and watch
those bad thoughts just disappear. It isnt recommended to do
all the time (like weeks and weeks). Just use it when you
need it.


(Yoga for Prosperity, Siri Kirpal Kaur Khalsa,pp. 68-69.)
Posture: Sitting calmly in any comfortable position, i.e., Easy
Pose or in a chair with a straight spine with a light neck lock
(Jalandhar Bandh).
Focus: The eyes are closed, looking upwards into the third eye
Breath: The breath will come naturally.
Mantra: There is no mantra.
Mudra: Relax the arms out to the sides with the palms facing
forward. Bring alternate hands up to the heart center without
touching the chest. Do not bend the wrists or the hands. Move as
rapidly as possible. Then move directly into the next exercise.
Time: The time is open. This first exercise is a physical warm-up
that may be practiced on its own for 10-15 minutes per day. It is
good for the lymph glands, and, according to yogic tradition, helps
prevent breast cancer, heart attacks and strokes.
End: Inhale, hold the breath for 5-10 seconds, exhale and move
directly into the second exercise.

Posture: Same posture as above.
Focus: The eyes are looking towards the little fingers.
Breath: Each breath cycle takes about 10 seconds.
Mantra: Hariang. Inhale deeply and chant Hariang 8 times per
breath, emphasizing the ng sound. (Hariang means
destroyer. That may not sound so wonderful, but in practice
what it does is destroy those blocks in our psyches that keep us
out of rhythm with the flow of the Universe.)
Mudra: Bring the sides of the hands together, palms up, at the
level of the diaphragm. Keeping the fingers and thumbs relaxed,
spread the fingers slightly and bring the thumbs slightly up and
Time: Continue for 11 minutes. You may gradually increase the
time to 31 minutes.
End: Inhale, hold the breath for 5-10 seconds, exhale and move
directly to the next exercise.
Posture: Same posture as above.
Focus: Look down at a 60 degree angle (2/3rds of the way down).
Breath: Inhale deeply and chant Hariang 16 times per breath.
Each breath cycle should take 13-15 seconds.
Mantra: Hariang.
Mudra: Touch the fingertips together at diaphragm level with the
fingers loosely separated and relaxed. The thumbs remain
extended and separate.

Time: Continue for 31 minutes. It is also fine to practice it for 11

or 62 minutes.
End: Inhale, hold the breath for 5-10 seconds, exhale and relax.
Comments: This is an incredibly powerful meditation. When Yogi
Bhajan first taught it, he suggested teaching it to someone who is
penniless without giving them anything else, then stepping back
and watching what happens.
The meditation enhances intuition so that we can tap
opportunities around us and know when we are going in the right


(Radiance and Victory, p. 75)
Center yourself with three deep inhalations and exhalations (or by
chanting Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo).
Posture: Sit in any meditative posture, i.e., Easy Pose or in a
chair with a straight spine with a light neck lock (Jalandhar
Focus: Focus on the tip of the nose.
Breath: Not specified.
Mantra: Chant out loud: Har Har Har Har.
Then whisper: Har Har Har Har.
(Har is the Creative aspect of the Infinite.)
Mudra: Make fists, thumbs inside, with your thumbs touching the
base of the little finger (Mercury mound). Place your fists in front
of your chest, facing down with your knuckles facing each other

about 1 apart. Arms and wrists are straight and parallel to the
Time: 31 minutes.
End: Inhale deeply, hold your breath for 5 to 10 seconds and
Comments: Several people have reported vast improvement in
their incomes after doing this meditation. For example, Dr.
Guruchander Singh Khalsa states, This meditation is a gift from
God. It works! I have practiced this meditation three times in my
life for 40 days and each time I tripled my income! (as quoted in
Prosperity Paths,; Guru Roop Kaur Khalsa, Ed., #3, Feb. 1994, p.





(Radiance & Victory, p. 61)

Posture: Sit in easy pose or in a chair with a straight spine with a
light neck lock (Jalandhar Bandh).
Focus: No position given.
Mantra: Not specified.
Mudra: Put the heels of the hands together. Then cover the left
fingers with the fingers of the right hand, so that both thumbs
may touch on the center section of the left first finger. Do not let
the thumbs touch the right finger. An air space is naturally created
between the hands. Now, hold the hands out, about 8-10 inches
from the face at the level of the mouth.
Time: You may practice this meditation until you fall asleep.
End: Not specified. You may always inhale, suspend the breath for
5-10 seconds, then relax the posture and breathe normally.

Comments: This is a very beautiful kriya. It will make you relax,

make you feel good and happy, extend your age and make your
face innocently charming. Do not practice it if you have work to
do, but, if you want to relax or feel refreshed after work, it is








(The Masters Touch, pp. 176-177)

Posture: Sit on your heels in Rock Pose with a straight spine.
Focus: The tip of the nose.
Mantra: Aadays Raise the arms up to 60 degrees.
Tisai Bring the arms parallel to the floor.
Aadays Arms up to 60 degrees.
Aad Arms parallel to the floor.
Aneel Repeat the above pattern...
The mantra is spoken in a continuous monotone. Each word is
individually, with a slight pause between each word, except Jugjug

which is run together as one word. Speak from the navel point.
Mudra: Continue keeping the hands and elbows held straight out
firmly, with no bend, fingers pointing straight forward, chin pulled
slightly in and the spine straight. This is done in a precise beat,
done with a projection of strength.
Time: Done in class for about 23 minutes.
End: Inhale deeply, stretch the spine and hold for 10 seconds.
Exhale. Repeat one more time. Relax.
Comments: This Mudra will help you get rid of fear. Fear is the
cause of emotional compensation which is the cause of many
personality imbalances and behavioral problems.
A normal person has anywhere from sixteen to twenty split
personalities. These are personalities we have created to deal with
life. When you are speaking with a person, you dont know just
who you are really talking to. This meditation will help to correct
this problem.
The mantra is a salutation to the Infinite God. It is from the 30 th
Pauri of Japji. Its meaning is:
I salute God again and again. God is primal and pure, with
unknown beginning, Who cannot be destroyed and Who remains
the same through all the ages.
Guru Nanak
With practice, this mantra can give you siddhis, spiritual powers. A
secondary effect of this meditation is that by sitting on your heels,
you can help to clear away any digestive problems.
Proceed with the practice of this meditation slowly. Do not over do
it at first, as it can space you out too much!

(Relax and Renew, pp. 109-111; Gururattan Kaur Khalsa, Ph.D.)

When you want to meditate but dont have time to do a complete
yoga set beforehand, try one or more of the following exercises
before sitting for meditation. End each by inhaling, pulling root
lock (Mulbhand), holding and exhaling (or inhale, exhale and then
pull root lock and hold).
1. Frogs (to stimulate the 1st and 2nd chakras and help you sit):
Squat on the toes, heels raised and touching each other,
arms between legs, fingertips on floor and head up. Raise
buttocks, allowing head to drop and look at knees and repeat
26, 52 or 108 times. (There is a different dynamic when done
slowly or rapidly. When you do a slow frog, inhale squat,
exhale straight legs. When you inhale, chest and head are
up. When you exhale, draw the navel point in and head
moves last. Heels do drop. Move slowly using long deep
breaths.) Follow with forward bend.
2. Forward Bends (to stretch legs, stimulate the life nerve and
navel energy): Sit with legs stretched out in front, bend over
grasping toes and exhale as you pull the heart / head to the
knees, inhale as you come up and continue. (It is more
important to lead with the heart than the head in this
exercise. If you cannot bend your head down to touch your
knees, then think of leading with the heart and bend your
chest down as far as possible to touch your knees / legs.) An
alternate position is to sit with legs spread wide apart,
touching heart / knees to alternate knees for 1-2 minutes.
3. Crow Squats (to stimulate and circulate energy from the 1 st
and 2nd chakras and make sitting easier): Squat, extending
the arms straight ahead (or place hands in Venus Lock on top
of head), and stand, repeating for 26 or 52 times. (Youll be
glad to sit down!)
4. Inverted Camel Lifts (to raise the Kundalini energy up the
spine): On back, bend knees drawing heels to buttocks, feet
flat on the floor. Grasp ankles and arch the pelvis up, lifting
the navel towards the sky on the inhale, returning to first
position on the exhale and continue 26 or 52 times.
5. Triangle Pose (to stimulate the pituitary and relax the spine
and the mind): With feet hip width apart, bend over and
place hands shoulder-width apart, about 3 feet in front of the

feet. Raise buttocks in a triangle, arms and legs perfectly

straight and hold with long deep breathing 3-5 minutes. End
by pulling root lock (Mulbhand) on the held inhale. Follow
with Gurpranam.
6. Gurpranam (to stimulate pituitary and pineal glands and 6 th
& 7th chakras): Sit in Rock Pose and rest forehead on the
floor, stretching the arms out in front, palms together and
hold with long deep breathing for 2-3 minutes.
7. Januirasana (for concentration): sit with the left heel in the
perineum and the right leg stretched forward. Inhale,
stretching arms overhead and exhale as you slowly bend
forward and touch the heart / head to the right knee,
clasping the toes of the right foot with both hands. Breathe
long and deep for 2 minutes and then reverse legs and
repeat. This is a classic meditation facilitator.
8. Yoga Mudra (for moving energy up and opening the spine):
Sit in easy pose, Lotus Pose or Rock Pose and lower the head
to the ground, clasping the hands in Venus Lock on the back,
breathing long and deep for 1-3 minutes.
9. Adha Shakti Chalnee Kriya (to stimulate the 6th and 7th
chakras): Kneel and bring the head to the ground, lifting the
feet and shins up off the ground and balance with the hands
in Venus Lock on the back. Meditate at the Brow Point for 3
To Open the Crown Chakra: A) Right hand in Gyan
Mudra on the right knee, lock left nostril with thumb of left
hand, fingers pointing straight up, Breath of Fire through the
right nostril for 3-5 minutes. Inhale deeply, hold and savor
the space, exhale, relax and meditate. (For a clear, relaxed
mind.) B) Hands in Venus Lock on top of the head, with
Breath of Fire for 3-5 minutes, focusing eyes on the Crown
Chakra, tongue pressing the roof of the mouth.
After any of the facilitators assume or continue in meditation
posture with a perfectly straight spine and a slightly tucked chin
(neck lock). Place the tongue on the roof of the mouth and begin
long deep breathing (4 or fewer breaths per minute). Then begin
your meditation.
3 PERC MEDITCI hat az elektromgneses mezre, a keringsre s a vr stabilitsra.
11 PERC MEDITCI elkezdi megvltoztatni az idegeket s a mirigyrendszert.


22 PERC MEDITCI kiegyenslyozza a hrom elmt (negatv, pozitv, semleges) s azok elkezdenek
31 PERC MEDITCI lehetv teszi, hogy a mirigyek, a lgzs s a koncentrci befolysolja a sejteket s a test
ritmust, a meditci szelleme pedig a 3 gnt s 5 tattvt, s az elme kivettsnek minden rtegt.
62 PERC MEDITCI megvltoztatja az agy szrkellomnyt. A tudatalatti rnykelme s a kls kivetlsek
sszhangba kerlnek.
2,5 RA MEDITCI megvltoztatja a pszich kapcsolatt az t krlvev mgneses mezvel, ezltal az elmt
stabilan az j mintkban tartja az t krlvev Egyetemes Elme.