Ever since I participated in A Sweet Surprise
satsang, I've been using the meditation instructions that Gurumayi gave on that day. When I read the Sanskrit definition of Easefully
, my attention was drawn to the fact that my body, mind, and heart have all been at ease at the same time during meditation. This was not the case before; one or the other of them often seemed to be uncomfortable. It is almost as if my entire being has relaxed in the recognition that this Message can take me to the goal.
a Siddha Yogi from Sydney, Australia
As I've reflected on each word of the Siddha Yoga Message for 2015 and studied the words throughout the day, I've felt a deepening into the meaning of the Message for my meditation practice and for my life.
Today, I felt totally in sync with the Message. My daily meditation practice was so natural and easy, and the experience of meditation naturally and easefully spilled over into my awareness throughout the whole day. I felt close to the inner Self and intimately close to the Guru principle as life unfolded in interactions and events.
It was reassuring to remember that meditation is, by its very nature, easeful—something that happens naturally and spontaneously—and that the effect it has on my entire life is also a natural and easeful process.
a Siddha Yogi from Texas, USA
All the definitions of the words in Gurumayi’s Message are illuminating. They have deepened my appreciation of Gurumayi’s intention and will provide delicious food for thought throughout the year. Thank you!
I love the way the word Easefully
is defined here and the way it brings the whole Message together. The definition reinforces the feeling of grace I experience as I repeat the Message as a mantra when I meditate. And it makes me more aware of the natural, effortless way the Message brings me to my heart and instills peace when I remember it during the day.
a Siddha Yogi from Kentucky, USA