Love in Action

Newlove in action 2016Updated: Feb 13Updated: Feb 13
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I experienced incomparable joy as I participated in Love in Action, via live audio stream. The combination of the wonderful host, my experience of the love and presence of everyone around the world, the beautiful chanting, and our dear Gurumayi’s laughter and teachings made me feel so blessed. 
I have treasured every single audio stream satsang that Gurumayi has given us. And yet, I still feel in awe at the realization that Gurumayi loves us so much that she wants us all to be part of the uplifting experience of participating with her in these satsangs originating in Shree Muktananda Ashram. 
Later, as I sat drinking tea, I looked out the window and saw a solitary heart-shaped leaf still clinging to a branch and blowing wildly in the very cold New England winter wind. It seemed to embody the feeling that was still with me from the morning satsang: that I can be loving in all circumstances and even through all kinds of challenges. 
For that insight, and for so many other life-changing teachings, I am eternally grateful. Thank you, Gurumayi. I love you.

a Siddha Yogi from Massachusetts, USA

This was my first experience of participating personally in a satsang via live audio stream. It felt to me as if Gurumayi ji and all the musicians were chanting through my body, as if the whole satsang were happening inside me. I felt lots of energy in my head; it seemed to have no limit, and to expand outward completely. The experience made me speechless!
I thank my beloved Gurumayi ji for her great love.

 a Siddha Yogi from Gandhinagar, India 

I am deeply moved by the divine power of connecting with each other in the Universal Hall. It feels to me as if every time we unite in this way around the world, we are creating new pathways of love.
After the satsang concluded, I made myself a cup of coffee. Suddenly, I was overcome by a deep love for myself. I wrapped my arms around myself and said, "I love you!" As tears streamed down my face, I found myself, very naturally, forgiving all the people in my life by whom I have felt hurt or disappointed. I experienced this natural act of forgiveness as a divine partnership between my mind and heart—forgiveness being the pathway to anchoring my heart in supreme love. So simple, profound, and perfect.
I feel extraordinarily blessed by this gift of Gurumayi’s grace and unwavering love.

a Siddha Yogi from New York, USA

Before I settled down to participate in the Love in Action live audio-stream satsang, I went outside to feed the chickadees. All through the satsang, I could see them flying back and forth to the bird feeder. Those darling, tiny creatures were so sweet and symbolize for me how we are all connected through love. Today I am especially grateful for their playfulness, joy, and surprising strength—because it's extremely cold outside.
Thank you, Gurumayi, for this satsang on "love in action."

a Siddha Yogi from Lion's Head, Canada

While my husband, our one-year-old baby, and I were chanting during the satsang, a soft drizzle began to fall. It was so beautiful, so perfect: nature making herself present with her own "love in action." It made me feel that our Guru´s grace is present everywhere!
It was also the sweetest reminder that all I need to do in order to connect with love is to take a look at nature and there it is—the reminder that supreme love is everywhere.
Thank you, Gurumayi, for such a beautiful Valentine´s Day gift. Thank you for reminding me of your teachings on how to create and strengthen the pathways that connect me to the Heart.

a Siddha Yogi from Veracruz, Mexico

It was wonderful to be in the Universal Hall. I love how that image joins us all together so tangibly.
Gurumayi's words about "love in action" resonated with me, as does the February emphasis on the word move from Gurumayi's Message. Gurumayi's teachings about acting with love are an important reminder for me that the Siddha Yoga practices are not just personal or interior ones, but also manifest outwardly when I share my kindness and love.

a Siddha Yogi from Virginia, USA