We are about to enter 2020. 

It’s time to reflect on your intentions for this new year.

Your intentions must align with who you really are… with your soul. 

So… take time to really think about them.

Once you know your intentions, close your eyes and visualise them.

Your thoughts are very powerful.

So… think about your intentions every day throughout the year. 

And meditate on your intentions.

Support your intentions with your meditation.

It is essential to truly “feel” your intentions in your heart – to embody them – to “vibrate them”.

Each of your cells must be imbued with your intentions.

That is how they will become your reality.


I am really happy to share with you a beautiful Kundalini meditation – “The Mool Mantra Meditation”.

The Mool Mantra will help you to elevate your intentions for this New Year.

Recite the Mool Mantra 11 times a day for 40 days and see what happens in your life. 

(You will find all the explanations below).


And if you need some more guidance during 2020, 3 Soul Coaching spots will be available in January.

So, if you want to let go of a past relationship, heal and embrace your new life with grace and joy, I will be very happy to work with you over the next few months.

I will send you more information about this next week.


The Mool Mantra Meditation

The Mool Mantra gives an experience of the depth of your soul. It is often called the “fate killer”.

Yogi Bhajan often said that there are two teachers—time and space—or a spiritual teacher—and that we can learn our lessons from either. 

While both paths lead to the same destination, time and space, or fate, is often a cruel and painful teacher. This is the commonly traveled path, with all of the associated pain of making mistakes and then having to learn from that pain.

Give yourself a chance. Rather than being buffeted by the harsh winds of time, use the Mool Mantra to begin to change your fate to your destiny which promises to be ultimately fulfilling and satisfying.

Guru Nanak composed this simple, powerful, and universal mantra while traveling throughout Asia in the 1400s. 

This mantra was written in Gurmukhi,  a language similar to Sanskrit in its power to transform. 
Here is a translation:

Ek Ong Kaar  / The One, Universal Creator

Sat Naam  / Truth is His Name

Kartaa Purakh  / The Primal Creative Being

Nirbhau Nirvair  / Beyond Fear, Beyond Vengeance

Akaal Moorat  / The Image of the Undying

Ajoonee Saibhang   / Beyond Birth, Self-Existent

Gur Prasaad   / By Guru’s Grace

Jap!:  / Repeat!:

Aad Sach  / True in the primal beginning

Jugaad Sach   / True throughout the ages

Hai Bhee Sach   / True here and now

Nanak Hosee Bhee Sach  / O Nanak, forever and ever True


How to practice this meditation:

1. Sit in easy pose with a straight spine, close the eyes or look straight ahead and leave the eyes 1/10th open.

2. Put your hands in prayer pose and open the space with the Adi Mantra. Recite 3 times “Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo”.

3. Then place your hands in Gyan Mudra (thumb and index together) on your knees. Gyan Mudra is a powerful mudra (or hand position) practiced for thousands of years by yogis that brings peace, calm, and spiritual progress.

4. Start chanting the Mool Mantra.


Recite the Mool Mantra 11 times a day for 40 days and see what happens in your life. 

Don’t miss a day! 

If you do, gently and lovingly, start over again. Allow yourself to experience, firsthand, the miracle of transformation through the sound current.


I will share a video of this meditation on 1/1/2010 at 11:00 CET.

Please join me on Facebook on January first (click here to join on January 1/1/2020).

It would be lovely to do it altogether.

And please share your intentions with me in the comments below. I would love to know them.

Sat Nam,

Gabrielle – Puranshant Kaur

How I can help you...


“What is your path to a peaceful and joyful YOU after Break-Up”

Take your FREE quiz

Coaching / Women's circles