Prosperity and Wealth

Meditation: Prosperity and Wealth

  • Mantra: Bahota Karam
  • Posture:

    Sit in easy pose with a straight spine.  Hands rest on the knees in gyan mudra.

  • Time: 11 Repititions
  • Eyes: Eyes are closed.
  • Teacher's Notes & More Information:

    Guru Nanak wrote the long, sacred poem of Japji Sahib in verses.  Each verse has its own unique beauty and power.  Over the centuries, yogis have focused on individual pauris of Japji Sahib, singing or reciting them individually, like an affirmation or mantra.


    The first few lines of the 25th Pauri translate as:

    "The blessings of the Divine are so abundant,
    there can be no written account of them.
    The Great Giver does not hold back anything."


    This focus on Divine abundance is chanted in repition to invoke prosperity and abundance in our own lives.   Prosperity is a state of mind.  As we focus on prosperity and abundance, we begin to see where it already exists in our lives.  As we recognize our prosperity, we begin to attract more prosperity into our lives

  • Complete Mantra:

    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.

  • Language: Gurmukhi