A Mantra for Prosperity and New Opportunities:
Har Har Har Har Gobinday
If you read the papers or listen to the news, you’ll confirm that our economy has been in trouble. Housing, banking, unemployment rates, and the value of the dollar seem to be plummeting. Yet if you look around, there are plenty of people living in great abundance and thriving; regardless of what the papers have to say about the state of our world.
Most spiritual practices teach us that we have the power to create the life we truly desire. We have the inner tools to create a new reality for ourselves, live in peace, and control our thoughts and actions. One of the most ancient tools for creating the life you want is the mantra Har Har Har Har Gobinday.
In the Kundalini yoga tradition, Yogi Bhajan taught that this mantra creates wealth, new opportunities, and removes obstacles. Kundalini practitioners consider these teachings actual technologies that affect our brain patterns. By chanting the Har Har Har Har Gobinday mantra 4, 7 or 11 minutes a day, we stimulate the upper palate of the mouth; which in turn stimulates a host of meridian points. These points affect our pituitary and hypothalamus glands releasing hormones that make us feel powerful, happy, fearless, and positive. Sounds like a powerful cocktail to attract abundance if you ask me!
The mantra translates as:
Har – Infinite Divinity.
For pronunciation click here: Har Har Har Har Gobinday These words were written by the 10th Sikh Guru, the Guru Gobind Singh.
“This mantra is to fix the mental to prosperity or power. It will produce
money, it will come. Opportunities will come. Richness will come…” – Yogi Bhajan
“When you chant this mantra with the breath of life, it’s quick, it’s purposeful, and it brings in what you need to bring in…” – Yogi Bhajan
Since Har literally means God, it has been said that Har symbolizes prosperity and creativity, all that “is”.
Once you chant the Har Har Har Har Gobinday mantra a few times, you’ll start to feel the power of it and may even be pleasantly surprised as it runs through your head spontaneously throughout your day. When I’m in fear about money, I chant this mantra and quickly find peace in my heart.
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