This lovely bhajan
awakens so many memories of Baba. "How shall we sing of his greatness? Our speech is overcome with strong devotion." When I came for Baba's darshan
after receiving shaktipat,
there were no words that could express my love and gratitude, but I asked him, "How can I serve you?" Baba looked at me for a moment and then told me to love my own Self a lot.
I've reflected on Baba's words many times over the years, and his words quoted in this bhajan
affirm my understanding. When I see the same Self dwelling in all, and I offer love to that Self in all, I feel I am serving the Guru.
a Siddha Yogi from Massachusetts, USA
Baba did look at me “for a second,” and that brief glance awakened a blazing light within that I saw reflected everywhere. I had never heard of shaktipat
and knew very little about yoga and meditation, but with that glance, the world, myself included, dissolved into shimmering blue light and I experienced divine, unconditional love.
And with that glance, Baba changed the course of my life to one that has been filled with meaning, filled with love.
Thank you, Baba. And thank you to Hari Om Sharan for expressing the profound love and gratitude so many of us feel.
a Siddha Yogi from Florida, USA
What a perfect way to celebrate Baba’s birthday! “An Ecstatic Yogi has Arrived” fills me with gratitude, enthusiasm, and amazement—for Baba’s state and for our great good fortune to be heirs of his legacy.
Thank you, Hari Om Sharan, for expressing Baba’s majesty, greatness, generosity, and boundless energy so vividly. These words so perfectly capture what a supreme gift it is to have a Sadguru
in our lives.
Happy Birthday, Baba!
a Siddha Yogi from California, USA