New Moon in Sagittarius - The Last New Moon of the Year [Audio + Playlist]

New Moon

“Learn to call on yourself. Learn to be yourself. Learn to vibrate. That's one good thing we can all do. Then God will bless you in every field, whatever your field is.” –Yogi Bhajan

As I have written before, the new moons are often associated with new beginnings. It is a great time to think about the things you want to bring into your life. The things you want to focus on. This is also the last New Moon in the year, and it is a perfect time to start to plant the seeds for the upcoming New Year.

We are fortunate to have Sagittarius and Jupiter helping us with this precious time. Simply put, the planets are on our side to go after all that we have wanted. There is endless possibility in our planets right now! If you want to go deeper in understanding the planets, you can read more HERE and HERE

We can often get caught up in that idea that we can’t do the thing that we want. Others can have it, but we can’t. It can feel impossible to live the life of our dreams. With the power of the New Moon, I am going to do the Kundalini Meditation Gan Puttee Kriya: The Kriya to Make the Impossible Possible. I would love for you to join me.

Journaling Exercise

First lets start with a journaling exercise. Focus on what you want to make happen with the rest of the year. What seeds do you want to plant? What have you been letting the fear stop you? You can listen to this Playlist

I like to have all of my New Moon intentions in their own journal. I write down, in my handwritting, what it is I want to bring forth each New Moon. I then reflect and adjust it each month. I take note of all the progress I have made towards those goals from the previous New Moon. This helps to build my strenght and confidence. We often focus on all that we haven’t done, but this is a good time to focus on what you have done..

 Photo  A Wild Dove

With your crystals, candle and incense lit, start journaling, while listen to the Play List .  Take your time.  Reflect.  Think about what has been standing in your way, and see yourself moving it.  Then start focusing on all that you want to bring in.  You can do this is any way that feels comfortable. This can be lists, descriptions, anything that gets you into the feeling of what you want to bring forth.  Get excited about all that is coming.

How have you been showing up for what you want? What are the things you said you wanted at the beginning of the year and have yet to make happen? Have you been able to take steps towards it? And tke note of the things that you have done. Allow yourself to feel the victories of what you are already done.

 When you are done, take out your Palo Santo or Sage and start cleansing yourself and your crystals. I start with myself and the move onto my crystals, and then back to myself.  Starting  at my feet and swirling in the smoke.  Releasing what isn’t needed and soaking up all the energy that is supporting my growth for the next few months. .

“Prayer is the power of God in you. You don’t have to do prayer to the outside, you do prayer from the inside.” –Yogi Bhajan

Playlist Mantras for Journaling

It will have 3 different Mantras. The first two are explained below and the final will be part of the Kundalini Meditation.

Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo (the Adi Mantra)

I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher within.

Adi Shakti

This devotional mantra (a Bhakti mantra), invokes the primary Creative Power which is manifest as the feminine. It calls upon the Mother Power.

It will help you to be free of the insecurities which block freedom of action. By meditating on it one can obtain a deeper understanding of the constant interplay between the manifest and the unmanifest qualities of the cosmos and consciousness.

Mantra:

Adi Shakti Adi Shakti Adi Shakti, Namo Namo

Sarab Shakti Sarab Shakti Sarab Shakti, Namo Namo

Pritham Bhagvati Pritham Bhagvati Pritham Bhagvati, Namo Namo

Kundalini Mata Shakti Mata Shakti, Namo Namo

Translation:

I bow to the Primal Power.

I bow to the all Encompassing Power and Energy. I bow to that through which God creates.

I bow to the creative power of the kundalini, the Divine Mother Power.

This powerful mantra belongs to all women to call upon any time. She can chant it freely and powerfully at will, any time. (3HO) 

Meditation

START BY TUNING IN (This is all on the recording above)

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with the palms of both hands and fingers are completely touching. The outer edge of the mound of the thumb is pressed into the sternum.

Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo 3 times

I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher within

Ad Guray Nameh Jugad Guray Nameh Sat Guray Nameh Siri Guru Devay Nameh 3 times

I bow to the primal wisdom. I bow to the wisdom through the ages.

I bow to the true wisdom.I bow to the great unseen wisdom.

Gan Puttee Kriya: The Kriya to Make the Impossible Possible

Gan Puttee Kriya will redeem all the negativity of the past and present. It will take away all negative karma of your past, smooth out your day to day problems and create a positive tomorrow.

Part 1

Posture: Sit like a yogi in easy pose with a straight spine. The backs of your hands are resting on your knees with the palms upward.

Eyes: The eyes are nine-tenths dosed.

Mantra: Chant Sa Ta Na Ma   Ra Ma Da Sa   Sa Say So Hung from your heart in a natural, relaxed manner, chanting in a steady relaxed monotone or in the manner of Kirtan Kriya:

 Photo Source 3HO

Photo Source 3HO

SA - your thumb and Jupiter finger touch

TA - your thumb and Saturn finger touch

NA - your thumb and Sun finger touch

MA - your thumb and Mercury finger touch

RA - your thumb and Jupiter finger touch

MA - your thumb and Saturn finger touch

DA - your thumb and Sun finger touch

SA - your thumb and Mercury finger touch

SA - your thumb and Jupiter finger touch

SAY - your thumb and Saturn finger touch

SO - touch your thumb and Sun finger touch

HUNG - your thumb and Mercury finger touch

Time: Start with 11 minutes and slowly work up to 31 minutes practice time.

To finish: Inhale and hold the breath for 20-30 seconds while you move every part of your body. Exhale. Repeat this sequence two more times to circulate the prana to every part of the body. This is for self-healing.

Part 2

Sit in absolute calmness and concentrate on the tip of your nose. Continue for 1 minute.

“Technologically you have to develop two areas: the frontal lobe and the upper palate. The upper palate is developed by jappa. The frontal lobe is developed by meditation.” -Yogi Bhajan

“Gan Puttee is another name for Ganesha, the god of knowledge and writing. He is often represented with a rat at his feet. The rat represents cleverness and the ability to get through any barrier to the solution. This meditation can dissolve any conundrum or blockage in your life.” -Gurucharan Singh Khalsa

 © The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan

This meditation is available in the manual Self Knowledge, p.20, through KRI.

Please note, the energy of the new moon is not just on the actual new moon, so if you can't do it tonight, don't you fret, you have 3 days before and after...

Please note, while it is great to do this with the New Moon, you can really start ANYTIME, so don't make excuses why you can't start TODAY!

Enjoy...Drop me a line and let me know, how it went. I would  love to hear from you! 

If you’re ready to unblock and release patterns that have been holding you back and want a little extra guidance, I would love to see you in New York City in person, or virtually anywhere Schedule a time here. Looking forward to connecting!