• Gurupurnima 2016
  • Gurupurnima 2016
  • Gurupurnima 2016
  • Gurupurnima 2016
  • Gurupurnima 2016

In Honor of Bhagavan Nityananda’s Lunar Punyatithi

July 30, 2016

He Who Dwells in All
Updated: Jul 28July 2016Updated: Jul 25Gurupurnima 2016Updated: Jul 28Janmadin ki Jay Jay
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 I was thrilled and also surprised to see this excerpt from Baba's book, Bhagawan Nityananda of Ganeshpuri, this morning. I had just finished reading this book for the first time last night.
 
I am so thankful to Gurumayi and Baba for connecting me with Bade Baba through the priceless gift of the Siddha Yoga path. Whenever I remember him, I feel full of bliss and peace. The only true desire in my heart is to become just like him—the very form of eternal bliss. 

a Siddha Yogi from New York, USA

I have been contemplating the word supreme, and this powerful quote helps me to take my understanding to a deeper place, a place within my own heart where I am one with Bade Baba and with the whole universe. What a divine place of protection and perfection!  I am so grateful to the Guru for this experience.

a Siddha Yogi from Hawaii, USA

The first phrase that caught my attention was "The Supreme Being dwells in everyone in equal fullness," and especially the words equal and fullness. The word fullness was so encouraging! It affirmed to me that I, like all other human beings, embody the divinity of my Creator fully, completely, without any inherent limits. How extraordinary!

And the word equal reminded me that this divine fullness is equally present in every one of my fellow human beings, without exception. What a divine inspiration for experiencing the unity across all humanity, and for acknowledging the divine presence—"the inner Self in a visible form"— in each person I encounter, or even think about!

a Siddha Yogi from Oregon, USA