Reality, Prosperity and Ecstasy



Meditation to the Aquarian musical affirmation Reality, Prosperity and Ecstasy created by the Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan, recorded by Nirinjan Kaur

POSTURE: Sit in any meditative posture.

MUDRA: Hands are cupped together at the Navel Point.

EYES: Eyes are closed, focused at the tip of the nose.

CHANT: Sing to the musical affirmation Reality, Prosperity and Ecstasy.

COMMENTS: Prosperity never hurts. Contact it through the prosperity song; it shall happen. Prosperity means everything—richness in happiness, in our holiness and in our grace. This meditation is to experience richness in everything.

*This meditation and accompanying comments come from the private notes of Nirinjan Kaur, who served as Yogi Bhajan’s Chief of Staff.

Listen to the musical affirmation by Nirinjan Kaur Khalsa of Espanola NM:

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  1. Christene satyabir kaur says:

    Focus on nose point is this point the moon to activate the pineal and pituitary is this the benefit? What is the dristi benefit to look at chin?

    • Guru Prakash Kaur Khalsa says:

      Sat Nam Satyabir Kaur,
      For this meditation, the eyes should be closed and focused at the tip of the nose.
      Here is some info on the effects of various eye positions in Kundalini Yoga:

      Meditation Focus for the Eyes
      At the Third Eye Point: Closed eyes are gently raised to the Brow Point, at the center of the forehead a little above the eyebrows. This part of the forehead corresponds to the Sixth Chakra. Stimulates the pituitary gland and sushmuna (central nerve channel of the spine).

      At the Tip of the Nose: Eyes are slightly crossed, looking along the nose to the top of its tip.
      Balances the ida, pingala, and sushmuna (left, right and central nerve channels of the spine).
      Stimulates the pineal gland and frontal lobe of the brain; controls the mind.

      At the Tip of the Chin: Closed eyes are rolled downwards to the center of the chin. This location corresponds to the Moon Center. Cooling and calming.

      At the Top of the Head: Closed eyes roll upwards, as if looking through the very top, center of the head. This area is the Crown Chakra, the Tenth Gate.
      Stimulates the pineal gland and the Crown Chakra.

      1/10th Open (9/10th Closed): Eyelids are light and relaxed, leaving a small opening between them. Direction of eye focus may vary as indicated by Yogi Bhajan’s instructions. Calms and develops intuition.

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