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Jyota se Jyota Jagao

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The line "Remove the darkness covering my heart, O Sadguru" held special meaning for me as I listened to Jyota se Jyota Jagao and read the translation. For several months it’s been challenging for me to see the light in my heart. Listening to these words, I realized that the light is always there and that my lamp has always been lit, even during this time. This realization gave me hope, and a sense of peace and calm came over me. My Guru is there and always has been! 
 
Thank you, Gurumayi, for your steadfast love and for "lighting my lamp."

a Siddha Yogi from Missouri, USA

I always have a great feeling​ singing this arati. Every time I listen to it, it gives me enthusiasm and my legs want to dance to it. Each line is so beautiful, filling my heart with the sweetness of my beloved Guru's love.
 
Thank you, Gurumayi, for this sweet love!

a Siddha Yogi from Nagpur, India

For me, this is one of the most beautiful texts that the Guru has given us. Singing it makes my heart vibrate with happiness.

a Siddha Yogi from Buenos Aires, Argentina

I noticed that this arati has been posted to play on a continuous loop. So I kept it playing for the last three hours. And now, all of the people's voices around me sound happy and there is laughter in the air. I feel light, happy, and uplifted.

a Siddha Yogi from Sydney, Australia 

Like many Siddha Yogis around the world, my first contact with Siddha Yoga, 25 years ago, was through singing Jyota se Jyota Jagao. I remember the joy that was radiating from the people who were singing.

This arati is so natural, full of life, and happy! It never stops bringing me fresh, dancing joy each time I sing it. 

a Siddha Yogi from Montreal, Canada