The Mantra for Work and Wealth
They say the economy is hurting, but the last I checked, the economy didn’t have feelings. We’re the ones hurting. It does us no good to dwell on the negative, on the housing crisis, on unemployment numbers…even if the more practical would lecture that its just “reality”. We have the power to create a new reality for ourselves, with positive thinking, conscious action and a little tool in our mantra belt called “Har Har Har Har Gobinday.”
According to Yogi Bhajan, this mantra brings wealth in the form of money. Not just generalized abundance, but good old money. It also brings new opportunities. It’s not superstition…this mantra has a measurable effect on changing the mental pattern. By chanting these words, the tongue is hitting the upper palate, which is chock full of meridian points which affect the hormone secreting glands (pituitary, hypothalamus) and create a release of the good-guy hormones. These in turn help you to think more positively and get a handle on your mental projection. Then you can project a better world and attract it to you. It’s an ancient version of the now-popular Law of Attraction concept.
Set the intention for yourself of attracting money and new opportunities and use this mantra to seal the deal. Let us know what amazing things happen as a result!
“Har” is a name for God that symbolizes creative power and prosperity. The words were written by the 10th Sikh Guru, the soldier saint Guru Gobind Singh. Translations never really do mantras justice, as there is a power and meaning within the ancient words that just isn’t quite repeated in a translation, but a simple translation of the words of this mantra is:
You can leave this mantra playing in your home, you can chant it as you drive, or if you want to do a meditation, you can click on the following picture for a complete lesson in a Kundalini Yoga meditation:
(Editor’s Note: There are many great versions of this mantra. Below are some of Spirit Voyage’s favorites.)
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