After 40 days of practicing full Subagh Kriya, Nish and I wanted to keep its energy of prosperity circling us, so we continued for another 40 days with 11 minutes of the first ‘Har’ meditation. That’s the only one in the Subagh collection that you can take out of context to practice on its own.
And it’s mega, mega, MEGA.
Seriously, this meditation needs a disclaimer.
After a relatively parched and listless start to the year, a tsunami of beautiful opportunities started to roll in. I was greeted with wave after wave of more writing projects, more illustrating projects, more teaching opportunities, more social events, more EVERYTHING than I think I’ve ever experienced in my life! Like I said, it was all really good stuff that I enjoy doing, and that was the problem (-ish!) – there was nothing I wanted to turn down. So I just said yes to all of it.
By day 20 I was like a humming bird, darting around at superspeed to fit everything in. Fortunately it wasn’t as stressful as it sounds. I am so grateful for my yoga practice (we were doing the Sahibi Kriya To Master Your Domain alongside it) for giving me the strength and feisty nervous system to take everything on. Despite not having much downtime, I found other ways to relax, like in those quiet moments standing on the train platform looking up at the sky, or reading in bed, or sipping tea.
Phewie, Subagh, you are a piece of WORK!
ps Despite riding prosperously high on the first 40 days of Subagh Kriya, Nish didn’t feel the effects of these next 40 days so strongly… But my prosperity is his prosperity!
Sat nam x