Beggar's Bowl

Monday, February 16, 2015

Currency Meditation

Bread. Dough. Dinero. Loot. Funds. Endz. And my favorite word for money...currency. Take a moment to reflect on the word you use for money and how it reflects on your current economic state. Once one becomes mindful of one's relationship with money, one is able to rectify one's relationship with it. It begins with how we hold it (literally and figuratively), the name we give it, our feelings of self-worth and how we express love. I prefer the term currency because prosperity like a current either flows or is obstructed. If our channels are open, energy flows, it is able to be received and transmitted. If there are blockages, the energy stagnates, nothing moves and one gets stuck. It is not easy moving through this blockage yet it is not impossible. Kundalini yoga is a way through this conundrum. Lets begin the New Year by invoking our power to live up to our fullest potential with infinite abundance and boundless prosperity!

Sit in Easy Pose and chant the ADI MANTRA: ONG NA MO GURU DEV NAMO 3xs on 2 breaths. The correct cadence can be found on my album Urban Mantra: VOL I.

Sit with a straight spine, chin in, chest out. Bend the elbows into the sides of the body, and place the palms in front of the diaphragm area, flat and face up. Crisscross the finger area only, left on bottom, right on top. The thumbs will be extended away from the rest of the hand, and point straight ahead. Make sure they are not stretched back so far that they point to the right & left, but are pointing exactly straight ahead.


Har Har Har Har Gobinday

Har Har Har Har Mukunday

Har Har Har Har Udaaray

Har Har Har Har Apaaray

Har Har Har Har Hareeung

Har Har Har Har Kareeung

Har Har Har Har Nirnaamay

Har Har Har Har Akaamay

Gobinday – Sustaining,
Mukunday – Liberating,
Udaaray – Enlightening,
Apaaray – Infinite,
Hareeung – Destroying,
Kareeung – Creating,
Nirnaamay – Nameless,
Akaamay - Desireless

FOCUS: Eyes closed turn inward and upward.

TIME: 23-1/2 minutes.

TO CLOSE: Sit in silence and become thoughtless for 40 seconds. Then inhale, place the palms flat against the heart, pressure as hard as you can against the heart and squeeze the entire body, getting rid of all the sickness, disease, potential. Hold 17 seconds. Exhale. Repeat 3 times total, inhaling & holding between 15-17 seconds per inhale. Relax.


This mantra fixes the mind to prosperity and power. It contains the eight facets of the Self. Har is the original force of Creativity. The four repetitions of Har give power to all aspects and provide the power to break down the barriers of the past. It converts fear into the domination to use and expand the reserve energy of the Navel Point. It invokes guidance and sustenance; all powers come to serve your true purpose. 

TO FINISH: Recite the Warrior Healers Affirmations in GYAN MUDRA, your index finger pressed against your thumbs. Or in BUDDHA MUDRA one hand resting in the other with the thumbs touching.

TO CLOSE: Rub your hands together, bring them to prayer pose and chant SAT NAM (Truth is my Identity) on one breath 3 times. Bring your hands up to your forehead and bow bringing your hands and head to the floor. This seals the work in your frontal lobe. 

So there it is R & B Yogis! You can choose to do it once or for 40 days. The choice is yours. Know that, as with any practice, the more disciplined you are the deeper you will go. And when you do the deep work on prosperity, one realizes that abundance is connected to your feelings self-worth inherited through lifetimes of karma and reinforced by your family and society. 

Begin the New Year loving your Self with this meditation then be generous with your love and you will see your life abound with prosperity. 

Sat Nam,
Mama Luz 

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