The Kuberakolam is a numerical sequence. It is based on the Hindu god, Kubera, the god of wealth. The kuberakolam is typically drawn with rice flour on the floors of houses in South India (the kolam is a sacred form of painting using rice flour). It is meant to bring good energy into the home and to welcome abundance. Here it is just meaning this particular form of the drawing, shown below.
The magic numbers, in their particular arrangement and in 3 rows and 3 columns are known as the magic square. This order and arrangement creates a frequency. That frequency draws prosperity, good fortune and financial success. Each row and each column (up, down and the main diagnonals) all add up to 72. This is a sacred number and there is a coherence to the entire square in the 72 being represented along all of these lines.
Viewing the magic square and meditating on the numbers is what connects you to the energy of prosperity. I have taken the Kubera number sequence and superimposed in on Frank Chester’s chestahedron. The chestahedron is a represntation of the energy that permeates the heart. It is a vortex. There is a similar vortex giving power to the left ventricle of the heart. Combine the connection with, and clearing of, the heart with the desire to manifest prosperity. The result: manifestation that is in alignment with your highest self. Try meditating on this Kuberakolam each morning as you review or focus on your daily goals, aspirations and intentions.
Kubera also has some specific mantras. Reciting these mantras also are powerful sacred sounds that attract money, abundance, good fortune and success.
Om Shreem Om Hreem Shreem Hreem
Kleem Shreem Kleem Vitteswarawaay Namah
Please share your comments below about how you feel after meditating of focusing on the Kuberakolam, the chestahedron sacred geometrical shape or the Kubera Prosperity Mantras. Here’s to your success and abundance!