Meditation for Courage, Prosperity AND to Remove ALL Obstacles

This meditation is powerful and recommended anytime you feel stuck, need to be more grounded, and want to attract prosperity. This is a classic Kundalini Yoga meditation for courage, fearlessness, and a strong aura and radiant body.  This mediation really aids in giving ourselves the strength to deal with our life challenges.
This meditation has 40 sounds, which together balance the 5 tattvas (air, water, fire, earth, and ether), the 7 chakras and the arch line. This mantra can penetrate into anything and help avoid misfortune. It has the power to break through any resistance or obstacles. It is sacred but it is not secret. This meditation was given by Yogi Bhajan to be successful during these challenging times and to deal with the intensity of the energy during the shift to the Aquarian Age.
Prosperity and Presence:
This meditation was also given as a prosperity meditation. There is one basic requirement for prosperity and manifesting ‘You have to be home when the postman comes.’ In other words, you have to be grounded in your body on Planet Earth and not floating around in the ethers. Pumping your navel in this meditation can keep you present. But if you have any propensity for being ungrounded and spaced out while meditating and in life, then do this mediation in archer pose. 5-11 minutes on each side. You will become super present, strong, and magnetic. If you resist the thought, then this meditation in archer pose is for you!
Directions: Before chanting, pick one life challenge that seems impossible to figure out and/or difficult to deal with and place it in your heart while you chant this mantra. Let the energy infuse the situation. While chanting focus on the mantra and its energetic effects. Pumping the navel with each HAR will keep you present in your body, but you can get totally absorbed into the sounds and feel very refreshed afterward. You may be surprised how you feel about your current situation.
Sit in easy pose with the hands in Gyan mudra (thumb and forefinger touching) on the knees, elbows straight. Chant this mantra 11-31 minutes in the morning before starting your day to program your psyche for success and courage, to uplift your spirits, to create an aura of invincibility, and a super strong radiant body.  You may find that 11 minutes is not enough. You want to keep going and get rejuvenated by the sounds. 15 or 22 minutes is good and 31 minutes is very satisfying and empowering.Repeat before each of the eight aspects of the Divine HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR


Pump your navel center with each HAR. Be sure to touch the tip of the tongue to the upper palate when you are making the ‘R’ of HAR and the ‘N’ in the other mantras. The ‘R’ will the be enunciated correctly to stimulate the pineal and pituitary glands and awaken the frontal lobe and neutral mind.

Chant in a monotone, enunciating clearly each syllable. Do not mumble, move your mouth to make the sounds.

HAR is a manifesting mantra. The other eight mantras are aspects of the Divine. Chanting HAR before each aspect pulls that energy into our physical and subtle bodies.

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR GOBINDE—Go bin day–Sustainer

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR MUKUNDE—Moo kun day–Liberator

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR UDARE—Oo dar ay–Enlightener

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR APARE—Uh par ay–Infinite

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR HARING—Har e ung–Destroyer

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR KARING—Car e ung–Creator

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR NIRNAME—Nir na may–Nameless

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR AKAME—A ka may—Desireless

Although many times I experience a myriad of ideas and openings for my challenge during the process it is said it’s best to sit quietly when finished and feel the effects of the meditation in your physical body, aura, and radiant body. Consolidate, contain, and radiate love. Be available for intuitive messages about your current life challenge. They may come directly after the meditation or later in the day. Be available to listen to your soul.

When first learning this mantra you may want to have this screen in view so that you can have eyes nearly closed but open enough to read and enunciate properly and clearly.

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR —Go bin day

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR —Moo kun day

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR —Oo dar ay

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR —Uh par ay

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR —Har e ung

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR —Car e ung

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR —Nir na may

HAR, HAR, HAR, HAR —A ka may

Join us:

I generally put on a soothing alarm to go off after 12 minutes or play a 12-minute song. I then get myself into position in easy pose, hands in Gyan mudra, close eyes take a few deep breaths and then place my challenge in my heart and begin the chanting. Once the alarm goes off, I am sure to continue with the mantra until I finish “Akamay”