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Shubh Divali

Shubh Divali
NewDivali 2016Updated Oct 26Baba Muktananda's Mahasamadhi 2016Updated: Oct 28October 2016
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This rangoli feels so uplifting to me!  I see candles and golden coins, the two swans, and the deep blue sea—all the elements are represented in harmony for this Festival of Lights! The bright light at the center of the image reminds me of the light of the Self, my true essence, which is always ablaze at my own center. 
Thank you, Gurumayi, for this offering of love and beauty!

a Siddha Yogi from California, USA

The rangoli is shimmering with beauty, abundance, and the grace of the Goddess! It stills my mind and quickens the beat of my heart.
Shubh Divali!

a Siddha Yogi from Maryland, USA

Shubh Divali.
Focusing my gaze on the two identical swans in this colorful rangoli created within me the feeling of love and light.
May this light illuminate my path forever.

a Siddha Yogi from Nairobi, Kenya

As I open the Siddha Yoga path website and see the rangoli in honor of Divali, I am inspired by the two swans that seem to be forming the shape of a heart around a red rose representing the core of the heart chakra. Looking at it, I start to feel vibrations at the center of my heart. It’s as if this rangoli is showing me that by practicing the mantra hamsa, I can enter deeper into the core of my heart.

a Siddha Yogi from Ghoti, India

I received wonderful inspiration as I studied this beautiful rangoli. I was reminded to stay centered in the madhya, that I am God and so is everybody around me, and to discover and polish the virtues which are present in their fullness within me.

 a Siddha Yogi from Pune, India