21 Days Private Abundance Yoga & Meditation Online Retreat

This 21 Days of abundance meditation challenge is available to share with you a spiritual journey that positively influenced the life and consciousness of many. It is a contribution to abundance and collective consciousness. The aim is to discover true happiness and abundance in the life of all.

This process is an opportunity to learn how to devote time to yourself and your personal development each and every day. The goal is to get to know yourself better, to change or clarify your values and intentions.

Daily Assignment, Meditation & Yoga practice

This is what will happen: from day 1, every day you start with a meditation, setting an intention for the day accompanied with a mantra. There will be an assignment to work on and a yoga practice available to intensify and support your journey. The work all together will take approximately 1 to 1,5 hour of your day. Kim Seema Dass Kaur, experienced and certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher and Yoga Lifestyle Coach supports your journey by the exploration of your inner world through yoga technology and expand your understanding of what abundance, flow and energy really mean.

The meditations are audio files from the Chopra Center 21-day Meditation Challenge, recorded by Deepak Chopra, a well-known American doctor, yoga practitioner and speaker of Indian descent. He is a recognized authority in the field of psychophysical well-being and deep personal transformations. The supporting assignments are created to dive deeper into understanding and transformation of your own values and believes. Accompanied with the dynamic yoga sessions – inspired by Kundalini Yoga Technology which focus on movement and breath – you work every day to draw more abundance into several areas of your life: relationships, spirituality, material wealth, health and more.

Rules & Recommendations

  1. If you need to write something down as part of the task, please write it by hand. It is advisable to start a new notebook.
  2. Get into in a calm state and fully focused during your daily tasks and allocate sufficient time for it. It is best to complete the tasks after the meditation.
  3. It is highly recommended to do the meditations, tasks and yoga practice at the beginning of the day because it can really change the course of your day. But if it’s not possible to do so, just fit it around your schedule.
  4. Watch the introduction, practice OM Mantra and grounding meditation found in the videos below.

OM Mantra

Om, symbolically embodies the divine energy (Shakti) and its three main characteristics: creation, preservation, and liberation. The mantra, or vibration, derives from Hinduism and is considered to have high spiritual and creative power. The reality of OM is that it is a cosmic, primordial and the totality of all sounds which initiated the creation of universe. It is scientifically proved that the vibration of divine sound OM (AUM) has long term benefits on the mind, soul and the whole body. 

Why tuning in with OM?
To habitual connect to your higher self before a meditation or yoga practice to open the space for healing and transformation and so receive higher guidance and support on your journey. Chanting of ‘aaaaa’ gives sensation to the nervous system besides chest and stomach, ‘ooooo’ sensation can be felt at throat and the chanting ‘mmmmm’ resonates with the nasal and the brain. Due to the high spiritual and creative power, when AUM is chanted, energy starts moving from abdomen all the way up to the brain.

A short introduction

Grounding meditation

In the video below you find an example of grounding meditation which is recommended to practice and tune in to yourself. Please note that this is an example, it is completely up to you to find out what way works best for you along the way of these 21 days, to tune in to connect to the energy of the earth and tune in to yourself.

By starting this retreat, it is your own responsibility to stay in the process for the next 21 days. Every day after completing the meditation, assignment and (optional) yoga practice, please affirm to yourself in your calendar, notebook or journal: “Day X is done”.