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Success and the SpiritSuccess And The Spirit

An Aquarian Path to Abundance



Want to know the secret of abundance? Be You.

Yogi Bhajan, the Master of Kundalini Yoga, had a unique perspective on how to achieve success. It’s all within you; in fact, there is only you. Here are the three keys to Success and the Spirit:

One—know who you are

Two—allow everything to come to you

Three—give it away

With more than 40 kriyas and meditations, Success and the Spirit gives you the practical techniques you need to become more peaceful, more bountiful, more joyous and more giving. Be you—and more!

“Like a candle emits light, a human emits prosperity.” – Yogi Bhajan






Table of Contents

Foreword from the Editor: Self-Created People

Introduction: The Story of How I Became Rich by Yogi Bhajan


Chapter One: Like the Fragrance of a Rose

Chapter Two: The Purpose of Life

Chapter Three: Inner Calling, Outer Calling

Chapter Four: The Breath of Life Is a Gift to Share

Chapter Five: Trust God to Work for You

Chapter Six: Develop Your Cross-Reference

Chapter Seven: Know Your Defects

Chapter Eight: Apply the Wisdom

Chapter Nine: Get Rid of Your “Couldn’t”

Chapter Ten: Understand Your Psyche

Chapter Eleven: Ten Sacred Secrets of Success

Chapter Twelve: Kindness Brings Prosperity

Chapter Thirteen: Success in Business

Chapter Fourteen: The Law of the Journey of the Soul

Chapter Fifteen: Prepare Yourself to Serve the Age of Aquarius


Table of Kriyas, Meditations & Shabads

Part One: Expanding Your Identity

Bring Prosperity to Your Life
Let the Self Take Care of Things
Subagh Kriya
Three Minute Har
Experience Your Own Soul Blessing You with Prosperity
Iccha Kriya
Self-Containment and Expansion



Part Two: Clearing the Blocks

Get Rid of Your “Couldn’t”
Develop Your Cross-Reference
Purify the Subconscious
Receiving the Virtues
Our Pattern, Personality and Projection
Mudras with the Prosperity Mantra
Meditation for Mental Clarity And Purity
Mahan Kaal Kriya


Part Three: Refining the Mind and Developing Intuition

Shiv Karni Kriya with Ik Acharee Chand Shabad
For Wealth and Intuitive Opportunity
Trigger the Positive Mind
One-Minute Breath
I, My Mind, We, Thou, Thee
Meditation to Deliver Contentment
Attitude of Gratitude


Part Four: The Power of the Word

Activate the Power of Communication
Excel, Excel, Fearless
25th Pauri of Japji Sahib with Mudra
Bahuta Karam: The 25th Pauri of Japji Sahib
Jap Man Satinaam, Sadaa Satinaam
Sookay Haray Kee-Ay Khin Maahay
Reality, Prosperity and Ecstasy

Part Five : Manifesting Success and Serving Others

Feel Your Abundance
Guru Nanak’s Treasure Meditation
Jupiter Kriya to Build Business Intuition
Richness Will Come
Mantra to Be a Millionaire
You Are a Spiritual Being with Unlimited Potential
Touch Others
Meditation for Interdependence








About Yogi Bhajan

In the late 1960s, the West was going through a revolution of consciousness. The young people of the time had a longing to touch Divinity. An Indian Kundalini Yoga Master who would come to be known as “Yogi Bhajan,” answered their call and traveled to the West in 1968. For the first time in recorded history, he openly taught Kundalini Yoga, a very old and sacred science for awakening God-consciousness within the individual. He often said that he had come to the West “to create teachers, not to gain students.”

Yogi Bhajan was not only a Master of Kundalini Yoga, but he was also a Sikh. As thousands of people flocked to study yoga with him, a smaller group of his students became fascinated by the Sikh tradition. One by one, through his inspiration and example, they began to adopt the Sikh way of life, Sikh Dharma.

Through his personal efforts, Sikh Dharma was officially recognized as a religion in the United States in 1971. That same year, in recognition of his extraordinary impact of spreading the universal message of Sikh Dharma, he was given the title Siri Singh Sahib, Chief Religious and Administrative Authority for the Western Hemisphere and given the responsibility to create a Sikh Ministry in the West. He was later honored with the title, Bhai Sahib, in 1974.

Founded in compassion, and a commitment to sharing teachings that would help free people from their pain and confusion, Yogi Bhajan carried out his mission for nearly 40 years. Under his spiritual guidance, ashrams, yoga centers, Gurdwaras and communities sprang up all over the world. He was also a pioneer in the interfaith movement and a friend and mentor to public leaders everywhere.

From 1968 until his death on October 6, 2004, Yogi Bhajan traveled, taught, and inspired millions around the world. His work had such far-reaching impact that after his death, a special bipartisan Joint Resolution was issued by the United States Congress honoring his life and work. He taught that God lives in everyone and everything. And that to experience the Divine is the privileged, right and ultimate aim of every human life.





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