MEDITATION — Basic Har Har Har Har GobindayMeditation

(Yoga for Prosperity, Siri Kirpal Kaur Khalsa, pp. 77-78.)

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine or in a chair with your feet flat on the floor.

Focus: Look at the tip of the nose.

Breath: The breath will come naturally. Pull in the navel slightly with each “Har.”

Mantra: 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 Nirnamay

Har Har Har Har Akaamay

Meaning of Mantra: “Har” is one of the aspects of God — the Creative Infinity. The other words are translated respectively, “Sustainer, Liberator, Enlightener, Infinite, Destroyer, Creator, Nameless, Desireless.”

Mudra: The mudra varies according to the outcome. For releasing obstacles and enhancing intuition, use Gyan Mudra with the flat part of the thumb and index finger touching. For enhancing the qualities of purity, patience and piety, use Shuni Mudra with the flat part of the thumb and middle finger touching. For improving health and vitality use Surya Mudra with the flat part of the thumb and ring finger touching. For experiencing wealth, prosperity and friendship, use Buddhi Mudra, with the thumb and the nail tip of the little finger touching.

Time: Continue for 11 or 31 minutes.

End: Inhale, hold ten seconds, then exhale and relax.

Comments: The mantra, “Gobinday, Mukunday, Udaaray, Apaary, Hariang, Kariang, Nirnamay, Akaamay,” is noted for the capacity to break through deep-seated blocks. Combined with “Har,” the creative, “green” aspect of God, this mantra is frequently used as a prosperity meditation.

Remember to pull in the navel slightly with each “Har” and to touch the tongue to the upper palate just above the teeth to make the “r” sound.

Make no excuses for your desire to be prosperous; it is a divine desire that should be given divine expression.” — Yogi Bhajan.

You may chant along with one of the many tapes or CDs from 3HO that have this mantra available…or chant a cappella.

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 Nirnamay

Har Har Har Har Akaamay