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The Ten Points to Harmony and Cohesiveness

1. Understand the proposition

2. Understand the position. That is called the subject.

3. Understand the position of the other side. That is called the object.

4. Understand the point of mutuality. Deal with it with maturity.

5. With data understand the baseline (where you can be hurt and where you cannot be hurt).

6. Have complete information on the subject and be prepared to support your position with
the prevailing market conditions.

7. In conversation be courteous and clean.

8. Understand your real capacity and represent the total identitiy of the company or business,
not individual opinion or objection.

9. Do not forget your entire power lies in negotiation with flawless manners and realism.

10 The other person guaruntees your achievement, and achievement gives you glory, victory,
·confidence, professional success, and harmony. Your position of harmony carries the trust in
the business world.

The Aquarian Business Model

Maturity in business and mutuality of trust.
There should be no territorial fight. Deal on a consignment assignment basis.
The fundamental law is that nothing waits. Therefore, you cannot be late. You have to bind (lock)
the time. If you don~, somebody else wilL That•s how you meet your Wlure.
Business is like a body- every limb is important. The limbs cannot fight each other, but as a
business, the body as a whole can interlock.
You cannot miss the moment of value. When you honor deliverance, that creates mutual trust.
There is always an occasion or opportunity. Either you rise to the occasion or you mil before it.

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Business PrOsperity and
Keys to Success

/1y SIR I S INGH SAHIB BHAI SAHIB HARBHAJAN SINGH KHALSA YOGIJI

January 26, 1985

"One law of business is, your words should be as good as gold."

~e biggest business man on this
planet and for this plane t is God
Himself. He managed to have spring,
summer, winter, fa ll : to create and
re-crea te. The three faculties of God
... " I K -::.a11saaree, ik /1/rnHrllwaree, ik
laa-e dec/lamr" (from the 30th pa uree of
Japji Sahib) : to grow, to give birth; to
main tain, sustain; and, to des troy.

Some times you feel very afra id
when someone dies. But d estroy ing
is a part of business, a lso. If you are
in the fruit business, you ca n ' t keep
the rotten fruit on the sh elf. You
have to d estroy it, you may like it or
not. Some times you have to pay for
destroyin g, as we pay fo r d isposi ng
of a physica l body. It costs about
three thousa nd dolla rs to di spose o f
a huma n body . But ii vou sell it, it' ll
give you about eleven hund red do l-
lars. You have to make a choice about
what vou wan t to do.

We are so commotiona l and emo-
tional in business that we do n' t care
,,·hat is loss and what is ga in . All we
care a bout is •.vhat we are ta lk ing
about. And one very dis turbing thing
in our busine. s is that we th ink on lv
ior today's p rofit and loss. But no;-
mally when we do business in the
business sense , ,.ve take care o f w hat
is ca lled " bus iness for good w ill. "
We create a business a nd we create
good w ill. Bus inesses ca nno t p rofit
the next mi n ute a fte r they open.
Mo s t bu s in e sses s tart s howing a
p rofit in maybe t>vo ye_ars, ten ~ears,
or six vears.

We take monev e ithe r o n loan from
a ba nk o r from relatives o r friends
and we put it together. It's called
"pool money." Likewise, UF ife
praAa is-a--pcohnoney of ou r "sam -
skaras" from our p revious lives.

We have "x" amount of prana ,
that's the pool m oney. Some people
are lucky to ha ve good rich parents.
Some are unfortunate, and ha ve poor
parents. Some people have good
e n vironme nts, some ha ve bad en-
vi ro nments . Sometimes in the mid-
d le of li fe , e nvironments freak o ut.
There are alwa ys ups and downs in
nature. There are ups and down in
business. As God is the business
man, and the proprietor, and the
presiden t oi this planet earth , so is
m o th er nature the exte ns ion of it
... the crea ti vitv of it.

The va lu e is that vou a re honor-
able in vour life. But vou do not con-. .
ce ntr<1te to become a specialis t. You
want to become a professional. Pro-
fessio nalism is not enough. I have
seen so many doctors, so many attor-
neys, when they get in the prime of
the ir lives and the ir career, they freak
o ut. They cannet handle the ir per-
so na l life. They fall apart. You have
no t to overdo things, not to under do
things. Yo u have to aim a t one thing.
Don't become rich . Don't become
happy. Don't become an expert.
Become a -::.pcciali-::.1. Specia lize in :•our
trade of life. Richness w ill come to
: ·ou , security w ill come to yo u,
ha ppiness w ill come to :'ou. Whe n
Pres ide nt Reag<~n wa s s ick, who
o pera ted on him 7 A s pecia l d octo r.
It is th e specia lty w h ich is the a im
to be achieved. Bus iness is a crea tive
se nse. And the kev to richness is to
be s pecialized in that , ,·hich you wan t
to achieve.

When I see you, I see you poo r.
Whe n I see your aura, I see you rich.
Th e greatest problem in your business
li fe is you don: know how saintly
you are, hO\·V powerful you are. You

do no t va lue your own values. That's
the g reatest problem you have. Just
unde rs ta nd o ne thing: I have not
c rea te d you. Your parents have not
c rea te d you . It is the Will of God
' 1hich h as crea te d vou. It is the Will
o f God w hich wi ll sus ta in you and
it is th e W ill o f God which w ill take
you away. Are you going to leave
behind good w ill and business, or
o nly bus iness? That's the only deci-
s ion vou have to make.

We a re a youn g community, a
young nation. We started with no
ca pita I a nd now we have a ll the capi-
t<il . This is how it works. Gapital is
the c rea tive sense of a person and
with the creative proposal you can
ge t any ca pital. You a ll say, "Who
w ill give the m oney?" Take the pro-
posa l, ma ke it viable, make it per-
fect, go to the bank, banker will love
to ta lk to you. Bank will look a t it,
" Who are you?" Firs t he might think
vou Me A rabia n . Then he' ll go
thro ug h a ll that, then he' ll find out
vo u are a Kha lsa, and then he' ll say,
;,Well , I do n ' t think I have a loan for
vo u ." You' ll be rejected outright.
That is your victory. Remember this:
w he n senses are not willing to ac-
commodate concessions, the person
w h can freak out anybod y in sen-
so ry s itua tio ns is a lways victorio us.
It's a law. Explo it as much as pos-
s ib le . When I s ta nd out, the moment
the o the r person s tarts thinking,
" W ho is he," I have already won.
Furthe r is a ma tter of negotia tion.
W hen you freak... out the senses of
accommodatio n o f ra tional and logic
in a ny perso n,you have already won
beca u se the best defense is logic,
rea so n and timing . And when reason
and log ic is alread y gone, timing is

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impact our words have on all aspects of creation, we are

much more inclined to choose words for our communication,

we are much more inclined to choose those words that have

a positive, inspiring, and uplifting effect upon others as

well as upon ourselves.

Finally, there is the aspect of love. Without love

in our communication, there is no hope of uplifting another

human being or feeling that union with Self. This is not

to say, by any means, that all words spoken must be sweet

and flowery. Rather, there must be an underlying feeling

of love coming through us as we communicate. As we learn

to let go of the binding influence of past impressions and

as we grow in the awareness of the totality of all creation,

we automatically grow in love. Once the pain and hurt of

living disconnected from the higher Self leaves the heart,

the heart begins to swell with Divine love. Without this

love in our hearts, our words are simply empty vessels.

But with this Divine love in our communication,

our words carry an irresistible fragranc~ which permeates

everything they touch. Consequently when we speak from

this heart center consciousness, this union with Self, the

scent of Divine love is automatically communicated. We,

in turn, have the power to uplift the spirit and soul of

another human being and transform all of life into joy,

happiness, and light.

To a~perimentally illustrate these concepts, three

meditations on communication have been included at this

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point. The first is for communication with the Self; the

second for effective communication; and, the third is for

positive communication. The author has also included a

simple technique to help individuals center themselves

within three minutes. By so doing, a person can increase

effective communication dramatically.

Kundalini Meditation:

Communication with Self1

General Position: Easy pose

(sitting with legs folded,

close to the body).

Arms and Hands: Extend the

hands straight out in front

of the body parallel to the

ground. Bend the elbows 90

degrees; the forarms:crossed

with the right forearm over

the left. The hands are

grasping the upper arms with

the thumbs and with the fin-

gers rather than hooked

around the arms.

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~: Cross-legged easy pose with spine straight or sitting

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Taught by Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan

Singh Khalsa Yogiji, April 12, 1978.

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