Kundalini Meditation: Blessing

When we learn to bless ourselves, we are able to bless others. The challenge is that negativity from our past, or lack of self-esteem from our childhood can make the thought of blessing ourselves seem impossible.

This meditation helps to clear away duality and sweep away the shadows, so that we can become a clear channel for the Infinite and the clear light of consciousness can shine through. 

To be able to bless all, we need to see God in all—even in ourselves: “If you can’t see God in all, you can’t see God at all.”

This posture is called “Blessing.” This is how the Popes used to bless the people: “May the Jupiter energy as Guru, and the Saturn energy as Guru, be with you.”

Prosperity Hymn

Mudra: Sit in Easy Pose with a very straight spine, chin in, chest out. Bend the elbows into the sides, and bring the hands up so they are about six inches away from each ear. The palms are facing forward, fingers pointing towards the ceiling. Make the hands into fists, and extend the index (Jupiter) and middle (Saturn) fingers straight up, holding them side by side.

Eyes: Closed.

Music: Chant with the recording of Reality, Prosperity, and Ecstasy by Nirinjan Kaur (also called the Prosperity Hymn).


Continue for 8 minutes. To end: inhale and move immediately into Part II.

Humee Hum

Mudra: Stretch the arms overhead, elbows straight, hands in fists. Extend the index and middle fingers straight, and bring the tips of the index and middle fingers together, so they are touching. No other part of the hands touch. Make a triangle with these fingers.

Eyes: Unspecified.

Music: Chant with the recording of Humee Hum Brahm Hum by Nirinjan Kaur.

Make a perfect triangle, and let the Almighty descend. Sing from the navel. We are chanting, "We are we, we are God." The tongue will touch the proper meridian points and create the result if you pronounce it correctly.


Continue for 6 ½ minutes. To end, inhale, hold for 10 seconds. Exhale. Inhale, and immediately move into the next exercise.

Ong Namo

Mudra: Fold the hands in Prayer Pose, palms flat at the heart center.

Music: Chant with the recording of Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo by Nirinjan Kaur. Sing from the navel.

Continue for 1 ½ minutes. To end, inhale, exhale, and relax.

© 3HO. This kriya is courtesy of YB Teachings, LLC.

This meditation is published in The Master’s Touch.

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